E2 Taskcard By morgan smith

A persuasive divice is a technique that is used in a pesific manner which alters the opinion of others on the topic.

We use persuasive devices to make people think what we think or do what we want them to do.

The topic for this is Tae Kwon Do and why we should learn it.

Repetition: using words multiple times. Tae Kwon Do is one of many martial arts. Like many martial arts it teaches ancient fighting techniques to people who want to learn martial arts.

Evidence: statements or facts that help prove a point. People who learn martial arts can fight better and they will feel good about themselves.

Pun: a joke that uses wordplay. If you want to learn Tae Kwon Do then say haya to your local club manager today.

Rhetorical questions: questions that are added to draw attention to the topic. A question that doesn't need to be answered or the answer is obvious. Don't you want to feel good about yourself.

Reason and logic: statements, facts, figures, rules and laws that are used in steps to persuade a reader to agree or disagree. At some point in your life you are going to defend yourself somehow.

Graphs and diagrams: pictures that illustrate data or facts.

Exaggeration: making something sound bigger then it actually is. Tae Kwon Do is the centre of everything!

Emotional appeals: statements that change the mood of the audience. You don't want to be a sad couch potato who does nothing all day.

Inclusive language: language that includes or doesn't offend anyone. Any one can learn Tae Kwon Do.

Emotive language: language that evokes emotional responses. If you do learn Tae Kwon Do you will have so much fun, make new friends and so much more!


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