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Unformatted text preview: affect a readers emotions. Consider how you may give an anecdote or relay facts to strengthen your argument. II) ETHOS: Use your own expertise on a subject to argue about an issue. Please read the essay Why Take Food Seriously? on p. 779 in your textbook to see an example of how a writer relates information on personal expertise. Consider an area of personal expertise that will lend weight to your argument. III) LOGOS: Use facts such as statistics or surveys to primarily argue about your chosen issue. Please read the article Ready-to-Bake Chocolate Chip Cookies on p. 843 in your textbook to read how one writer uses facts and evidence to make an argument. Consider using tables, charts or other visual data to strengthen your argument....
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