In rhetoric, loaded word are words that try to influence an audience by using pathos; the appeal to emotion. Such wording is also known as language persuasive techniques. Loaded words have strong emotional suggestions and involve strong positive or negative reactions that surpass their literal or actual meaning. They are strictly connected to moral values which lead to value judgments and likely will stimulate specific
"It will probably rain tomorrow,” Margie said, “but the picnic will not be cancelled since the park has a shelter.” It will probably rain tomorrow, Margie said. But, the picnic will not be cancelled, since the park has a shelter. “It will probably rain tomorrow”, Margie said. “But the picnic will not be cancelled since the park has a shelter”.
The first attempt and success to climb Mt. Everest occured in 1953. Since then, almost 4,000 people have been able to scale the mountain, but over 230 people have not been able to climb it successfully. There is a chance of accident or death when climbing this mountain or any dangerous activity. All people should should have the right to rescue services even if they knowingly put themselves at risk because there is always a chance of an accident happening, rangers are there to save people in danger, and there are rescue vehicles being produced to be used in case of an emergency.
Dear Representatives, I come to you in hopes that you will consider doing work to improve our local park, James Park. James Park use to be a beautiful place where many community activities were held, such as concerts, fairs, neighborhood gatherings, and picnics. Not only is it not a place for community activities, but it also it is a hazard. We, the concerned citizens, urge you to look into ways to improve James Park.
Okay, so I just had a can of SoBe Adrenaline Rush, and I’m waiting for the kick to kick in. I mean, I’m not tired, but I’m not any more awake than I was earlier. Maybe I need some actual adrenaline to kick-start the artificial adrenaline? The drink itself wasn’t that bad, though. Tasted kinda like grapefruit soda.
Purpose: This persuasive speech was designed to inspire the audience (Trisha) to kill Bert a selfish and ignorant man with whom she is trapped on a deserted island. Audience and Context: The audience of my persuasive speech, is Trisha a middle class 39-year-old woman from a Christian family who loves Christmas and her son. Trisha is hearing this speech while stranded on a deserted island with only two men. Due to her being trapped with these men, she needs to make a decision immediately which will affect which techniques will strongly influence her decision.
Persuasive Language Analysis “Support Child Labour”, is an advertisement, which like the title states is one stating to support Child Labour. The point of view bought forth by the author(s) of the advertisement is one, which views child labour as something, which deserves to be looked highly upon. Using a serene yet unconcerned tone, this advertisement attempts to persuade its viewers to support Child Labour. This advertisement is one that appeared on the ABC’s program “The Gruen Transfer.” The advertisement is a fragment of a segment where advertising agencies attempt to “sell the unsellable’.
Persuasive Prose Analysis After carefully reading the text many times I say that the topic of the text “Think: The teen brain, drugs & psychosis” is health and it is about the effects that drugs have on the brain of teenagers. The genre of the text is article in a magazine that has as a purpose to advertise medical cover. The readers would possible be members of Momentum Health, magazine subscribers and parents as the text uses phrases as ‘protect your child’ referring to parents, and ‘benefit guide’ refers to the subscribers of the magazine that I imply that they might receive the monthly Magazine issue as well as the term ‘medical scheme cover’ is referring to the members of the medical aid that sponsor the magazine. The title “Think: The teen brain, drugs &
Alexys, I love the topic you chose for your persuasive speech. It is evident in your tone that this is a subject that you care about. 1. Speech Introduction - The information you presented in your introduction was very informative. If I had to give a suggestion I would say to use the example of the 12 year old child coming into the office with her mom as the introduction.
Hello, Dr. Satterlee! I've done everything correctly. Unfortunately, I was having computer issues due the server storm we suffered in our area and every time I tried to submit the Discussion Board Thread, it kept submitting the saved draft. However, that's not your problem, but a loss on my part. On the other hand, please accept my apologies, for not responding sooner.