If you are taking the AP test TOMORROW, I encourage you to use the resources in Classroom to study. Or, you can always do your own search for study material.
You need to use this time to work on your English project. Srsly.
Daily Archives: May 9, 2016
Today we will be peer editing your papers. You will need a paper copy of your paper for this activity. Please go to the 2-203 lab and print.
If you do not have your paragraphs written, please go to that section of the room and get those paragraphs written. You will be peer editing later.
Sit in groups of 4.
Pass your paper to the right for each step.
When you are finished, begin working on editing your paper.
In order to effectively persuade someone to fund your business proposal, you need to use the rhetorical triangle, made up of ethos, pathos, and logos. If this sounds familiar from Content Reading, fantastic!
First, let’s begin with the basics in this video from Shmoop.
Quick practice- With a partner, convince me to buy a certain kind of car using the three sides of the Rhetorical Triangle.
Now, let’s look at a longer, more in-depth explanation of persuasive techniques. We will use these devices to write business proposals.