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I think this claim is more persuasive since i am

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I think this claim is more persuasive since I am trying to persuade everyone how this would benefit the whole community.
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3 Running Head: Unit 4 Assignment Part II : Next, describe how you will use the appeals of logos, ethos, and pathos to make your argument more compelling to your audience . You can review the Writing Center resource on the appeals here: " The Three Appeals of Argumentative Writing " I will use logos to describe to the audience the statistics of being homeless as well as what it would take to get a lab started. Research will need to be done on funding, non-profit, and volunteering to get the whole process started. Ethos to show about the research that has been done about this topic already, and how many communities have already been successful in organizing, funding, and putting together their own computer labs in their community shelter. As far as pathos goes, there a great number of related articles that show the tremendous secuess that has been made by communities who already have a lab in their homeless shelters. There are testimonials about how these labs have helped them find a job, and start to earn enough money to get them in a decent living situation and turn things around, which should really appeal to the audience. Part III : Identify the parts of your argument based on the Toulmin Model. For more on the Toulmin Model, review the following Writing Center resources: Toulmin Model of Argument “ Podcast ” and “ Transcript How to Support an Argument and Avoid Logical Fallacies Claim :
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  • Spring '18
  • Rhetoric, Writing Center, Writing Center resources, Avoid Logical Fallacies

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