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Persuasive Techniques

Persuasive Techniques

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Published by: Alejita Delgado on Jun 03, 2012
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PERSUASIVE TECHNIQUES
GROUP DISCUSSIONVISUAL PERSUASIVE TECHNIQUES
Image-Who or what is the image?-How is it related to the issue?
Focus-What is our attention drawn to in the picture? Is itbecause of size?, position?, language?-Why is this element important?
 
Emphasis and purpose-What is the main subject of the picture?-What attribute or characteristic of this subject isbeing emphasized?-For what purpose?-How are we as an audience meant to feel?-How does this link to the contention of the writtenpiece?
 
TASK ONE: Match the persuasive technique tothe definition.
 
Alliteration
 
words liUsing ke
‘we’, ‘you’, ‘our’ and‘us’ to make your audience think you
are talking only to them.
 
Groups of Three
 
When you pick holes in your opposition’s
argument so that your point of viewsounds better.
 
Emotive language
 
To go over the top and make thingssound better or worse than they are.
 
Repetition
 
When three adjectives or phrases areused together to make them stand out.
 

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