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    Persuasion/Propaganda Quiz Persuasion/Propaganda Quiz Presentation Transcript

    • Persuasion and Propaganda QuizDon’t panic. Just do your best.
    • Persuasion, Objective, and Subjective Writing
    • Your word bank for this portion: • Logic • Credibility • Emotion • Objective • Subjective
    • Question 1“A new study found that cases of autismhave increased; approximately 1 of every88 children are affected by the condition.”This is an example of _________ writing.
    • Question 2 “People are wasting time arguing over whether the hoodie is to blame for Trayvon Martin’s death. We need to stop and take a look at our nation’s gun laws, instead.”This is an example of _________ writing.
    • Question 3Which type of appeal is being used in this advertisement?
    • Question 4Which type of appeal is being used in this advertisement?
    • Question 5Which type ofappeal is being used in thisadvertisement?
    • Question 6Which type ofappeal is being used in thisadvertisement?
    • Question 7 “Seventy-five percent of customers had noticeably softer skin in just two weeks!”Which type of appeal is being used in this advertisement?
    • Question 8“Have the time of your life on a Caribbean cruise.”Which type of appeal is being used in this advertisement?
    • Question 9“For just two dollars a day—less than the cost of a cup of coffee—you can provide a week’s worth of food for this rescued animal.” Which two appeals are used in this advertisement?
    • Question 10“CNN—the most trusted name in news.” Which type of appeal is used in this advertisement?
    • Logical Fallacies
    • Your word bank for this portion: • Name-calling • Either/Or • False Cause/Effect • Hasty generalization • Loaded language
    • Question 1“Thanks to Obama, gas prices have skyrocketed.”Which type of logical fallacy is this?
    • Question 2Which type of logical fallacy is this?
    • Question 3“Support your country’s war—save gas by joining a car club. If you don’t, you ride with Hitler.” Which type of logical fallacy is this?
    • Question 4“Republicans claim to have high moral standards, but really, they’re cheating scoundrels.” Which type of logical fallacy is this?
    • Question 5“Imposing this law would be a death sentence for the American Dream.”Which type of logical fallacy is this?
    • Propaganda Techniques
    • Your word bank for this portion: • Fear appeal • Rumor/Innuendo • Slogan/Repetition • Bandwagon • Doublespeak/Euphemism
    • Question 1Which propaganda technique is being used?
    • Question 2Which propaganda technique is being used?
    • Question 3Which propaganda technique is being used?
    • Question 4Which propaganda technique is being used?
    • Question 5Which propagandatechnique is beingused?
    • Question 6Which propagandatechnique is beingused?
    • Question 7Which propagandatechnique is beingused?
    • Answers – Persuasion, Objective, and Subjective Writing1. Objective 1. Logical2. Subjective 2. Logical3. Credibility 3. Emotional4. Emotional 4. Emotional and Logical5. Credibilility 5. Credibility
    • Answers – Logical Fallacies1. False cause/effect2. Hasty generalization3. Either/or4. Name-calling/ hasty generalization5. Loaded language
    • Answers – Propaganda1. Bandwagon2. Fear appeal3. Slogan/repetition4. Doublespeak/euphemism5. Rumor/Innuendo6. Bandwagon7. Fear appeal