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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.

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

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