Joshua Chanea Mr.Pace HCP 9 January 13 2023 2023 Mini Project Have you ever tried presenting, but couldn't find the right words to convey your message to convince people of your topic? Well these two famous people used a rhetorical strategy called “Pathos” to convince and motivate people for the better. Today, we will be going more in depth of the use of one of the rhetorical strategies, pathos, and see the difference between how Steve Jobs and Martin Luther King Jr. uses it. First and foremost, the CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs. Mr. Jobs uses many examples of ethos, pathos, and logos to convey his message.
For someone without arms and legs, Nick Vujicic doesn’t go a day without counting his blessings and inspiring the people around him. During his Ted Talk, Nick repeatedly uses pathos, and explains how he personally overcame hopelessness to help show others that it’s possible. Throughout Nick’s speech, he uses emotions to help get his point across.
Heinrichs writes about different ways to use ethos, logos, and pathos so that persuading others can be more effective. One of Heinrichs’s strategies that can clearly be seen across his novel are the numerous real life examples he provides. He does this to help readers even more. By supplying readers with many cases throughout the book, he is able to prove that his game plan for winning a crowd work in real life. In chapter 4, he teaches the big
I will speak about three main points throughout the entirety of the night. My first point is how technology is potentially lifesaving. My second point is that though there are few, some can live without gadgets. My third and final point of the night will be about how we can thank technology for helping to build the world we live in today. Let’s start by getting into the 1st point of tonight’s speech.
However, he takes the less usual side of things and turns it into a life guide. That is the biggest "head fake" of them all. Throughout the entire speech the audience is amazed at how positive, cheerful, and upbeat he is but that's the beauty of it. It allows the audience to feel inspired but at the end they realize what the speech is truly about.
Carr is effective in his argument by sharing his fears and personal experiences to have an effect on the audience utilizing pathos and ethos. Not only does he include his own experience, but he also includes other people’s point of views. He goes on to support his claim of how technology
However, Bryson’s use of pathos is to excite and entertain the audience. “To begin with, for you to be here now trillions of
In conclusion, Dana Gioia applies vocabulary and rhetorical appeals to actively influence his audience to agree to his argument. Furthermore, connecting his audience to the subject and inspiring them to help his issues and understand his
The main media’s used are social media and television which are the main focus of chapter 9. Shirky’s article “Why I Just Asked My Students To Put Their Laptops Away” begins to talk about a way that people investigate and draw conclusions about the intersection of technology and everyday life. While Elavia writes about how reality shows are viewer driven rather producer or network driven. One thing social media and television have in common is how much of an impact they have on today. Everywhere you look there are ‘perfect’ images being displayed representing unrealistic goals.
Humans’ actions and thoughts are complex, many people spend their lives researching why people act in certain ways. In the TED Talk ‘Why we do what we do’, Tony Robbins, motivational speaker and life coach, helps people understand the reasons behind their actions in order to show how they can reach their full potential and use it to help and understand others. The rhetorical and speaking strategies used in his speech aided him in his effort to reach his audience. The ethos and pathos were very strong and bolstered his message, but his attempt at being logical did not improve the quality of his speech, and affected the extent his audience will take his message to heart.
The document analyses a video presentation about Google Photos. This presentation uses “Credibility”, “Concreteness” and “Emotions” to increase clarity and belief. The “Story” MTS principle, has the capability to communicate idea interestingly but is the least used. Henceforth, the document discusses the key MTS principles with the most important one being “Credibility”. The presentation focuses on the belief in the idea of “Google Photos”.
How Simon Sinek Persuade Audiences that the Secret to Success is a Reason Why In the TED talk, How Great Leaders Inspire Action, the presenter, Simon Sinek, a “leadership expert,” claims that all great leaders and innovators have one thing in common, they all have a reason why they do what they do. He convinces the audience that his claim is correct through a relatively balanced use of the three Aristotelian appeals: pathos, logos, and ethos. He gives specific facts and examples, to show his audience how his claim has worked for history’s greatest individuals and organizations. Finally, he uses rhetorical devices such as amplification and parallelism to strengthen his argument.
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