Do-Now: Persuasive Devices
Examine the chart of Persuasive Devices:
Answer the following questions:
Last Name(s) - Include your partner's name if you are working with a partner.
In general, persuasive devices are:
facts and statistics.
used in advertising.
According to the chart, the "Repetition - Rule of Three" probably means:
Look under Repetition, in the first box of the chart.
don't break the rules.
three people in charge.
use three similar phrases.
there are three rules in persuasion.
According to the chart, "alliteration" probably means:
design for an illiterate audience.
design for a literate audience.
use repeated vowel sounds.
use repeated consonant sounds.
According to the chart, "rhetorical questions" probably:
have an obvious answer.
have a positive answer.
have a negative answer.
are for home-owners only.
According to the chart, the phrase, "Maybe she's born with it - maybe it's Mabelline" is:
Look carefully - this exact phrase in on the chart in the last box on the right.
a non-rhetorical question.
a play on words.
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