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compositions are

POWERFUL

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compositions
communicate

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compositions

ESTABLISH RELATIONSHIPS

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know your
audience

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APPEAL TO

YOUR AUDIENCE

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ETHOS

APPEAL TO TRUST

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PATHOS

APPEAL TO EMOTIONS

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LOGOS

APPEAL TO REASON

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compose with

AUTHORITY

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KEEP

YOUR AUDIENCEENGAGED

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English Composition I: Why and How We Compose

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Great composers use ethos, pathos, and logos to establish authority and a connection with their audience.

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Transcript of "English Composition I: Why and How We Compose"

  1. 1. compositions are POWERFUL Image by JD Hancock
  2. 2. compositions communicate Image by JD Hancock
  3. 3. compositions ESTABLISH RELATIONSHIPS Image by JD Hancock
  4. 4. know your audience Image by PatLokia
  5. 5. APPEAL TO YOUR AUDIENCE Image by blprnt_van
  6. 6. ETHOS APPEAL TO TRUST Image by JD Hancock
  7. 7. PATHOS APPEAL TO EMOTIONS Image by JD Hancock
  8. 8. LOGOS APPEAL TO REASON Image by JD Hancock
  9. 9. compose with AUTHORITY Image by W_Minshull
  10. 10. KEEP YOUR AUDIENCEENGAGED Image by PatLokia
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