Appeals By:jUliana ONTIVEROS

Appeal: something an author uses to make a subject interesting

Ethos: the appeal of credibility/worthiness

Pathos: an appeak to create emotion

Logos: an appeal of evidence and statistics

Scare Tactics: a strategy to create fear into the audience

Anaphora: intentional repetition of a word/phrase

Patriotism: to show the love and strong feeling that someone holds for something

Sarcasm: the use of irony to mock (what my parents get from me everyday)

Rhetoric: effective/persuasive writing

Rhetorical question: a question that doesn't intend to have an answer

Persuasion: a way to persuade a person

Connotative: the feeling of a word or phrase

Dennotative: the real meaning of a word or phrase (dictionary meaning)

Figurative language: like simile, metaphors, and puns

Loaded language: strong and emotional implications

Explicit language:fully and clearly words or phrases

Implicit language: what is implied in the word or phrase

Alllusion:an expression designed to call something to mind without mentioning it explicitly

Tone: the general character or attitude of a place, piece of writing, situation

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