Besides, I am most satisfied with my summary and response. Before the time I began the essay, I was allowed to find the article that I loved, which made me very interested in writing this essay. Then I repeated the article I found in my own words, which is the process of writing the summary. I not only showed my own opinion but also shared many interesting experiences in my response. According to the test, I am a person who likes sharing.
By the use of these techniques, we are able to evaluate the validity, how genuine the findings are and the completeness of the procedures we have used. From this study we conducted, we assure the truthfulness of every component in every aspect. We’ve made sure that our participants are real online sellers through testing their identity from other persons. Conducting early research about possible answers that we may get from our participants are also applied so that we can see if they are believable sources of
The article concludes with Gonchar’s summary of the two excerpts and main points they consider. The fact that Gonchar remains unbiased helps strengthen his reasoning and build reliability by showing readers that he fully intends to show both sides and allows the audience to decide what is correct. By using two different examples with explanation after each one, the article flows freely and is easier to
By welcoming the customer and offering him/her a seat, I was utilizing the principle of reciprocity. By exposing the unique features of my product, I was utilizing the principle of scarcity. By referring them to the unique qualities everybody looks out for in the product, and the endorsement we have had, I was utilizing the principles of authority and consensus respectively. By giving the customer a guarantee, I was utilizing the principle of commitment and consistency. Finally, by asking questions with a smiling face to know a little bit more about my customer, I was utilizing the principle of
This really captures the audience 's emotions as well as appealing to their logic. In regards to rhetorical strategies, Sklar is successful in appealing to the audiences ethos and logos, as well as having a substantial amount of credible sources. This “formula” serves for an excellent article and one that I, as a member of the audience enjoyed gaining factual information
Connor, you did a wonderful job on your essay. It appears that you grasped the material and for the most part you articulate your ideas in a clear, concise manner. The examples you provided in the second paragraph helped to strengthen your argument. One suggestion I have is to work of varying your syntax. It will help will the flow of your essay.
The Toulmin method is effective for critical readers, writers, and thinkers. When we come across any arguments or commercials, we can analyze each part of the argument by utilizing this method. In doing so, we can effectively pinpoint where each argument is strong, and where it is weak-- then we can make our decisions based on this. As critical writers, the Toulmin method assists us in creating a powerful argument. Taking all of this into consideration, we can weave all parts of this method into our arguments and can be satisfied that our argument must be
It grabs attention to the readers, because it tell us exactly what to expect on the study. According to Coughlan et al.2007, you have to check if the title is clear, accurate and unambiguous. The report title gives us the purpose of the study. (Botma et al, 2010:305) the title reflects the nature of the
My goal would be to ensure clear and concise communication for the client in the case that I would need to report harm to self, harm to others, or court requested information. I feel that these are tools essential to my work with clients, even if an agency does not adhere to them, promote them, or teach their employees the dignity and worth of a client. I have decided to implement the statement of confidentiality at the beginning of all my sessions with clients by creating my own form and giving a signed copy to my clients to resolve my ethical dilemma, even though this is optional at my field placement. I am comfortable with the decision that I made because I have seen it has made an enormous difference with my rapport and trust with a client. Clients are now comfortable to express and delve deeper as I have been able to uphold integrity and their worth as a person by being fully informed.
McGonigal builds up her explanations more sufficiently by using logos appeal again when she talks about vicarious pride. In doing so, she provides readers with reliable data and diverse information. Firstly, she suggests her points that “It’s no surprise that mentoring our friends and family in gameplay makes us happy and brings us closer together” (McGonigal 87). Then, she refers to Paul Ekman, a pioneering emotions researcher and an expert on the phenomenon of naches. Ekman explains that “this particular emotion is also likely an evolved mechanism, designed to enhance group survival” (McGonigal 87).
An audience was brought into being through the need of answers and the article fulfilled its duty to inform the reader about ADHD. The word choice reinforces that the audience was meant to be an average member of society and it allows most people to comprehend the material with ease. The use of visual rhetoric reinforced the text and provided a clearer understanding of the article. Credibility is difficult to establish; yet, the CDC effortlessly demonstrated itself as a dependable source while applying logos and pathos to bring the passage to an accomplished informational text. Overall, this article achieves its rhetorical effectiveness and has demonstrated to be a reliable source of information regarding
When people read the quote they can understand the central theme and message clearly. The peer group that reviewed my visual argument also thought that the quote and image were excellent at presenting the message of the visual argument. The techniques I used were to present clear, concise imaging that have straight forward diction that the reader could understand. I wanted the reader to understand the position brought forward as clearly as possible. This always the to form an opinion that is either similar or opposite to my own.