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      ...
Question 1“A new study found that cases of autismhave increased; approximately 1 of every88 children are affected by the c...
Question 2 “People are wasting time arguing over    whether the hoodie is to blame for Trayvon Martin’s death. We need to ...
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...
Question 8“Have the time of your life on a Caribbean                  cruise.”Which type of appeal is being used in this  ...
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 ...
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 g...
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....
Question 4“Republicans claim to have high moral standards, but really, they’re cheating             scoundrels.” Which typ...
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    •  ...
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.   Logic...
Answers – Logical Fallacies1.   False cause/effect2.   Hasty generalization3.   Either/or4.   Name-calling/ hasty generali...
Answers – Propaganda1.   Bandwagon2.   Fear appeal3.   Slogan/repetition4.   Doublespeak/euphemism5.   Rumor/Innuendo6.   ...
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Persuasion/Propaganda Quiz

  1. 1. Persuasion and Propaganda QuizDon’t panic. Just do your best.
  2. 2. Persuasion, Objective, and Subjective Writing
  3. 3. Your word bank for this portion: • Logic • Credibility • Emotion • Objective • Subjective
  4. 4. 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.
  5. 5. 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.
  6. 6. Question 3Which type of appeal is being used in this advertisement?
  7. 7. Question 4Which type of appeal is being used in this advertisement?
  8. 8. Question 5Which type ofappeal is being used in thisadvertisement?
  9. 9. Question 6Which type ofappeal is being used in thisadvertisement?
  10. 10. 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?
  11. 11. Question 8“Have the time of your life on a Caribbean cruise.”Which type of appeal is being used in this advertisement?
  12. 12. 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?
  13. 13. Question 10“CNN—the most trusted name in news.” Which type of appeal is used in this advertisement?
  14. 14. Logical Fallacies
  15. 15. Your word bank for this portion: • Name-calling • Either/Or • False Cause/Effect • Hasty generalization • Loaded language
  16. 16. Question 1“Thanks to Obama, gas prices have skyrocketed.”Which type of logical fallacy is this?
  17. 17. Question 2Which type of logical fallacy is this?
  18. 18. 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?
  19. 19. Question 4“Republicans claim to have high moral standards, but really, they’re cheating scoundrels.” Which type of logical fallacy is this?
  20. 20. Question 5“Imposing this law would be a death sentence for the American Dream.”Which type of logical fallacy is this?
  21. 21. Propaganda Techniques
  22. 22. Your word bank for this portion: • Fear appeal • Rumor/Innuendo • Slogan/Repetition • Bandwagon • Doublespeak/Euphemism
  23. 23. Question 1Which propaganda technique is being used?
  24. 24. Question 2Which propaganda technique is being used?
  25. 25. Question 3Which propaganda technique is being used?
  26. 26. Question 4Which propaganda technique is being used?
  27. 27. Question 5Which propagandatechnique is beingused?
  28. 28. Question 6Which propagandatechnique is beingused?
  29. 29. Question 7Which propagandatechnique is beingused?
  30. 30. Answers – Persuasion, Objective, and Subjective Writing1. Objective 1. Logical2. Subjective 2. Logical3. Credibility 3. Emotional4. Emotional 4. Emotional and Logical5. Credibilility 5. Credibility
  31. 31. Answers – Logical Fallacies1. False cause/effect2. Hasty generalization3. Either/or4. Name-calling/ hasty generalization5. Loaded language
  32. 32. Answers – Propaganda1. Bandwagon2. Fear appeal3. Slogan/repetition4. Doublespeak/euphemism5. Rumor/Innuendo6. Bandwagon7. Fear appeal

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