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Persuasive Techniques

Author: Burdette Heather
Keywords: , , , , , , online teaching

0. Opinion
1. Fact
2. Plain Folks
3. Appeal to emotions
4. Advertisement
5. Editorial
6. Testimonials
7. Bias
8. Relevance
9. Name Calling
10. Glittering Generalities
11. Appeal to Prestige
12. Accuracy
13. Redundant
14. Bandwagon
15. Viewpoint

0. Information is factual and up-to-date
1. Giving only the good qualities using positive language
2. Using people with whom the audience can identify
3. Public notice to sell a product or announce an event
4. Using the words of a celebrity or spokesperson
5. A belief or judgment that cannot be verified
6. Connects to the audience%27s feelings, such as patriotism
7. Information relates to the main idea
8. Information that is repetitive
9. An author%27s unique perspective on a topic
10. Using a person whose lifestyle appeals to the audience
11. Can be veritified or proven
12. Creating the desitre to join a goup; making one feel left out
13. Author shares a personal viewpoint in letter form
14. Creating a negative attitude using slanted language
15. An author%27s writing reveals his/her opinion about a conflict.