She describes prosocial emotions practically by using great methods, happy embarrassment and vicarious pride. To explain each emotion, she organizes structure well to provide the map of her thoughts to readers. Also, this clear structure helps McGonigal’s text flow smoothly so that readers could follow her points easily. When readers look for certain concepts from her passage, they could easily find them because of her organized structure. Not only clear structure, she brings many different experts’ quotations to prove her arguments as logical information.
Iliana Vega Messerschmidt ENC 1101 11 March 2016 Surveillance and Privacy: Government Security: An Annotated Bibliography Eyre, William. The Real ID Act. El Paso: LFB Scholarly Publishing LC, 2011. Print. “The Real” written by Eyre to inform readers of the real ID act and other surveillance laws based on the US Government.
I found her to be very eloquent and expressive when she spoke. Jordan used statements such as “We the people” to connect with her audience. She very often used the word “I” to show her credibility and her true views on the issue. It is obvious that Jordan is well educated, and it shows through her diction and her choice of words.
Throughout her essay, Dillard informs her readers that the hardships they encounter may seem like Goliath before David, but that persistence is better than perfection. The argument Dillard is making throughout Push It is that one can accomplish something worthwhile by pushing the boundaries that have been set for them and that they set for themselves. She does this by changing the syntax, tone, and punctuation of her essay. Changing minor details allows Dillard to maintain the reader’s attention due to them consistently anticipating the next change. Writing using her own syntax technique puts an emphasis on what Dillard wants the reader to pay specific attention to throughout her essays.
Additionally, strong leaders must create a culture that encourages professional growth and allows staff to ask questions and challenge the process. Unfortunately, for Sally Vasquez, this was not the kind of environment in which she worked. Instead of serving as a trusted mediator and assisting Sally with her concerns, Mrs. Pelfrey further exacerbated them. She clearly took sides with the other teachers, leaving Sally to fear for her
He talks about how the internet can influence us on how we vote in this upcoming election and how it can be taken and used to “spy” on what we are doing in our day to day life. The rhetorical devices that he has used in his article really help to build credibility and trust among the readers. He uses some of these devices to instill fear of the unknown to gain more interest. The rhetorical devices that he uses the most are Appeal to Fear, Allusion, Appeal to Authority, and Logical Reasoning. These four main devices thrust forward his point in the manipulation that the Internet can cause.
Therefore, I seek to apply this knowledge when I conducted this interview. I felt that I managed to build a good rapport with my interviewee as he felt comfortable in sharing his stories with me. Overall, this ensures that the interview went smoothly. Besides building rapport, the social worker’s interview style is important. A social work interview should consist primarily of open-ended questions as it encourages clients to elaborate on their responses.
Flamenbaum, D.Rohlinger, & J. Goodwin, I hope to examine their strategic choices for the development of the march using two conceptual tools. The first conceptual tool that will investigate the Millions Moms March strategic formation is how the movement made and pressed their claim. In pages’ xi-xxxii in their book Social Movements, Protest, and Contention, Volume 37: Strategies for Social Change, Maney et al. (2012) examine the role of strategies and the implementation into social movements. Dees, the founder of The Million Moms March pressed their claim and development by using emotions as a strategy to gain support and head way for the initial protest.
(Boston Globe 3) It makes sense then why the author used logos and ethos claims more than a few scattered pathos claims: in order to establish her intellectual ability with her audience and earn the respect of the reader. With this in mind, it’s understandable why Kingsbury generally avoids using pathos arguments; arguments that undermine the rhetor’s authority. It is clear that Kingsbury knows her audience, and uses that knowledge to persuade them
Persuasion could be my strongest motive because it gives you a reason to connect to the reader. When attending to persuade someone I can use facts and logic from my point of view. I believe this is my strongest motive because I would know what to say when someone has the opposing idea of a topic. Also this is not an option so writer can use evidence in straightforward way to get a point across to the reader this can include strategy for one to trust the writer and his perspective on the
Thank you Tiffany I wish you the best of your endeavors. Hi Tiffany, There are so many innovative ways we can use technology to better our experiences as educators. We can use technology to support diversity among many methods in which can be used. I love observing my students exploring with technology with many learning subjects. This experience helps them to become better communicators and