I Will Fight No More Forever Emotional Appeals Speakers and...

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I Will Fight No More Forever” Emotional Appeals Speakers and writers who want to move an audience to feel a certain way use emotional appeals . Emotional appeals consist of language and anecdotes that arouse strong feelings. In his speech, Chief Joseph uses emotional appeals to appease his captor, General Miles, and to arouse in him feelings of sympathy and sorrow. As you read the speech, use the chart below to analyze the emotional appeals in Chief Joseph’s speech. List examples of emotional appeals in the left-hand column . Do this through a direct quote . A direct quote is when you take small chunks of support word for word from a source. A direct quote is normally no more than two or three short sentences. Identify what you want to take from the text and then place it inside quotations marks (“…”). Once you have your quote, in the right-hand column, explain what
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  • Fall '17
  • Eric Williams
  • Feeling, Appeal to emotion, Nez Perce, Chief Joseph, Nez Perce War, Chief Looking Glass, I Will Fight No More Forever

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