LEQ: How does a speaker use persuasive techniques?
Here is the link to the video we watched in class today: Birke Baehr: What's wrong with our food system.
Watch the video. Then, complete your Persuasion Map as follows.
Goal - To get his audience to change their mind about food
Reason #1 - Logos
- facts/examples - What facts or examples does he use in his logical argument? Find three facts or examples and explain in your own words.
Reason #2 - Ethos
- facts/examples - What information does he give us that makes him trustworthy, reliable, or credible? Find three facts or examples and explain in your words.
Reason #3 - Pathos
- facts/examples - What does he share with us that makes us connect to him emotionally? What stories or personal information? Find three facts or examples and explain in your own words.
On Monday, you will use your observation notes to explain --
- How does Birke use rhetoric?
- Is it vital to use all three means of rhetoric?
- How is persuasion organized?
Additionally, be ready to use specific vocabulary in your explanations.
WWK to date: primary source, secondary source, persuasion, rhetoric, logos, ethos, pathos
If you were not in class for the persuasion lesson for page 35 in your ISN book, or if you forgot to take notes during the lesson, here it is.
LEQ: What can Aristotle and Joshua Bell teach us about persuasion?