Unit Three Review Stations (1)

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Unit Three Review Stations: 1. McDonald’s article a. Claim b. How does the author support his claim? Define each. i. Scientific research ii. Personal examples iii. Statistics iv. Expert opinion c. Provide an example of the support that you chose. 2. The Newsroom a. Claim b. Support c. 2-3 rhetorical devices 3. Martin Luther King, Jr. “I Have a Dream” 4. Analogy 5. Testimonial and Transfer a. Method: Associate with other people or groups that already have high trust and credibility. Also show your differences and how you are unique. How you are perhaps better in some ways than those high credibility people. How perhaps they are like you more than you are like them. How you have helped them and how they now admire you. b. Examples: i. AS I was saying to the President, it is so important that we bring our forces together. He agreed, of course and we will be taking it forward next week. ii. Ladies and Gentlemen, I’d like to introduce my good friend Brad Pitt. Brad and I go way back and he’s kindly come here c. Identify each device 6. The Onion a. Bias and tone Station 1: Bias and Tone
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“All Of the Child’s Fondest Memories Were Times When Dad Was Trying to Make Up for Things” ALAMEDA, CA—Thinking back on the moments that brought him the most joy in his life, local 13-year-old Adam Poole reportedly spent Tuesday afternoon reminiscing about several of his fondest memories, all of which were instances when his father was trying to make up for something. “It was so awesome when Dad took me to a Giants game, just me and him out there in the bleachers—that was the best,” said Poole, referring to an outing prompted entirely by his father’s guilt over missing his son’s first soccer match. “And one time he picked my brother and me up after school and took us to the arcade [after losing his temper and launching into a string of profanities in front of the two small children]. He gave us a bunch of quarters and said we could play whatever we wanted and kept telling us we were good kids. That was such a fun day.” Poole
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