School’s Out for Summer-how effective is it? In Anna Quindlen’s essay, “School’s Out for Summer,” summer lunch programs have helped contribute to the battle against child hunger in America. The writer effectively uses ethos, logos, and pathos to persuade the reader that the problem exists. Moreover, its effectiveness is rather successful in conveying the importance and the presence of this issue. The writer effectively uses logos to persuade the author the problem exists. The writer uses logos in the essay by implementing statistics and data on the topic of food hunger. She writes,”But only three million children are getting lunches through the federal lunch program.” In addition, she uses logic to further arguments. She compares the
In her essay, Is Forgiving Student Loan Debt a Good Idea?, Kayla Webley, an education correspondent for Time magazine argues the thought of reducing the debt from student loans. Webley, for the most part is successful in arguing her claim, through her use of Ethos, Logos, and Pathos. Webley, effectively pushes her argument through her strong use of Logos, and Ethos, however, lacks in her ability to fully connect emotionally through Pathos. The author starts off her argumentative essay by summarizing recent issues and events surrounding the topic of her debate, to connect logically and bring her audience to a level of similar understanding about the matter.
School’s out, Food’s out Do you ever wonder or worry about your kids not eating in the summer time? In Anna Quindlen’s essay, “School’s Out for Summer” she discusses not the issue that few people have with their children over the summer but that actually a lot of parents have to worry about. She talks about the need for food in the summer for children. Usually when you read an essay they discuss topics about, somethings like children forgetting about what they learned in school or about how children need to be more active in the summer time.
Think of the Children in America Summer is the time when most kids enjoy their free time out of school, and for some kids, summer is the time where they’re not so lucky food-wise. Anna Quindlen, the author of the essay “School’s Out for Summer,” stated that children often were not able to receive the appropriate nutrition during summer because sometimes families do not have enough money to provide nutritious meals as they are served in school. The essay proves, with factual evidence, that, although most people tend to deny the problem, starvation occurs as well in the mighty country of America. Quindlen explained that “During the rest of the [school] year fifteen million students get free or cut-rate lunches at school... but only three million children are getting lunches though the federal summer lunch program.”
In the first text, its talks about the success of the Apollo 11 moon landing were something that was used by many writers to go on forward on stating their opinions by using different types of rhetorical strategies. The text “Man’s First Step on Moon”, a news article by the London times, “In Event of Moon Disaster”, a prepared speech to be spoken by President Nixon written by William Safire, “The 16th of July in 1969, A symbol of Man’s Greatness”, a commentary by Ayn Rand who is a philosopher and a cartoon by Herblock, named “Transported were all made for the sole purpose to celebrate the fact that the landing was a success. All of the 4 texts show different ways by using ethos, logos or pathos. To start off, in the first text “ Man takes
The author used a "logical appeal." The readers can found this appeal in this subtract paper from Fulbright; from the attempting of the author in the use of logos to persuade the audience in his logical on views that he understand was the malfunction of Congress to create boundaries in the United States ' participation in the Vietnam War. The readers can’t recognize when the author isn’t succeeding in the description of ideas and start using sarcastic comparison that drag the readers to a rational view of passion idea of this criticism paper. Logos is a kind of rhetoric logic idea that is being made, but whether or not makes sense to the readers. Logos it can be an define as the authors attempts to influence the audience by making a rational
“There is more than one way to burn a book. And the world is full of people running about with lit matches” (Bradbury, 1979, Coda). Molly Guptill Manning would argue that censoring a book is equivalent to burning it to ashes. Manning uses her own book, When Books Went to War, to convey an argument against Title V, an amendment to the 1944 Soldier Voting Bill created by Robert A. Taft that “placed restrictions on amusements distributed to the servicemen, including books, so long as they were provided by the government and made some reference to politics” (Manning, 2014, p. 135). The eighth chapter titled: “Censorship and FDR’s F---th T—m”, chronicles the proposal of Title V, its consequences, and its ultimate elimination.
Logos is the appeal to the audience’s logic or thinking of constructing a well-reasoned argument. It includes: facts, research, and statistics. For instance, "And what have we to oppose to them? Shall we try argument? Have we anything new to offer on the subject?
In the United States there are many children and adults that go hungry, due to financial problems. With the economy and how high cost of living is, it’s hard to provide, food for the family. The results of hunger on children in America are not having the right nutrition, can have serious implication for a child’s physical and mental health. Also food insecurity is harmful to all people, but it is particularly devastating to children.
Couple examples of logos was when Skloot’s mentions, “According to Howard Jones and other gynecologic oncologists I talked with, the correct diagnosis wouldn’t have changed the way Henrietta’s cancer was treated”(Skloot 172) and “In 1928 a German virologist named Harald zur Hausen discovered a new strain of a sexually transmitted virus called Human Papilloma Virus 18 (HPV-18).'' (Skloot 212) She uses reliable sources and discreetly informs the reader that she isn’t saying things out of thin air but instead she uses proper sources to validate her points in her novel. She uses logos by discussing scientific information and explanations, as well as the degree of Henrietta’s impact on
“A group of big-city mayors released a study showing that in 2000, requests for food assistance from families increased almost 20 percent, more than at any time in the last decade. In Quindlen's essay “Schools Out for Summer” she addresses many of the food struggles happening not only in other places but right under our noses. During school months it's much less of a problem because of the students going to school and the food programs. So the question is how many kids during the summer are getting the necessary amount of food. “Fifteen million students get free or cut-rate lunches at school, and many get breakfast, too”.
The use of Logos, Pathos and Ethos in writings is a way to persuade the reader, it is away to help the writer have better communication with his audience, mainly in speeches, text, advertisement and many others. Logos appeals to reason based on logic, this involves statistics and facts to help the writer support their claim, which makes it more believable, and it shows the writer has knowledge of the claim they are making which makes the reader believe what the writer is saying is valid and also true. For example if I stated that Taylor Swift was more popular in 2015 than her best friend Selena Gomez was because she had more followers than her and now she is not I should have the statistic to show that so that my audience believe it’s true.
YOUR TITLE GOES HERE Anna Quindlen’s essay,School’s Out for Summer manifested the effect that summer break has on hungry children in America. She is effective in the use of persuasion as well as her superb use of real world situations. It supplies exemplary representation of hunger from different perspectives. Quindlen’s essay distinctly explains how and why it is so difficult for kids to be well fed throughout the summer months ,she includes examples that correlate to her argument as well as convincing reasons to support her claims. The main point Quindlen returns to is why it is so difficult for people to feed their children and how the children suffer.
In America? Schools Out for Summer an essay by Anna Quindlen was written for the sole purpose to inform people of the issues of child hunger in America. Anna begins the essay with the feedback from a PSA regarding child hunger, in which of most of the participants said “Not here. Not in America. If there was, we would know about it.”
In the speech “How to Use Paper Towels” by Joe Smith used logos to explain and demonstrate a faster and more environmentally friendly way to use paper towels. This speech was given in April of 2012 while presenting at a TED talk. The audience of this presentation was mostly CEO’s and highly educated people. Joe Smith used logos in this speech to show that there is a more efficient and productive way to use paper towels. Joe Smith used logos in “How to use Paper Towels”.