air and rebut A, Buy me a cell phone, Mom. Everyoneelse in the 5th grade has one. B. saying something over and over C. att...
bandwagonA. uses someone famous or importantto sell an idea B. attacking the person, rather thantheir idea C. Buy me a cel...
name calling  A. uses someone famous or important to sell an idea  B. saying something over and over  C. All straight A st...
repetition  A. All straight A students are nerds.  B. You should do something because everyone else is.  C. saying somethi...
bandwagon A. All straight A students are nerds. B. You should do something becauseeveryone else is. C. All members of one ...
repetition A. attacking the person, rather thantheir idea B. You should do something becauseeveryone else is. C. Buy me a ...
name calling A. presenting a positive idea or feeling tomake you feel that way about something else. B. Dont listen to Mr....
All straight A students        are nerds.A. repetitionB. name callingC. stereotypingD. association saying something over  ...
All across the beautiful, fragrant fields Americans are  using Stink-Free deodorant!A. name callingB. associationC. bandwa...
presenting a positive idea or  feeling to make you feel that    way about something elseA. associationB. bandwagonC. repet...
I believe kids should study everyday.My opponent says kids should spendall day watching television and playingvideo games....
attacking the person,rather than their idea A. association B. stereotyping C. bandwagon D. name calling  You should do som...
Eli and Peyton Manning say,  "Eat your Oreos! Theyll    give you super speed!"A. endorsementB. associationC. air and rebut...
Head on! Apply directly to   forehead. Head on! Applydirectly to forehead. Head on!A. bandwagonB. repetitionC. association...
Head on! Apply directly toforehead. Head on! Applydirectly to forehead. Headon! → bandwagon  A. True      B. Falseuses som...
saying something over andover → stereotyping  A. True       B. FalseEli and Peyton Manning say,"Eat your Oreos! Theyllgive...
Buy me a cell phone,Mom. Everyone else inthe 5th grade has one.→ bandwagon  A. True     B. FalseYou should do somethingbec...
presenting a positive idea orfeeling to make you feelthat way about somethingelse. → name calling   A. True       B. False...
telling the other sidespoint of view, then tellingwhy its wrong→ name calling  A. True       B. FalseDont listen to Mr. Me...
All members of one groupare just alike.→ stereotyping  A. True     B. Falseattacking the person,rather than their idea→ re...
All across the beautiful,fragrant fields Americansare using Stink-Freedeodorant! → name calling  A. True        B. FalseI ...
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  1. 1. air and rebut A, Buy me a cell phone, Mom. Everyoneelse in the 5th grade has one. B. saying something over and over C. attacking the person, rather thantheir idea D. telling the other sides point ofview, then telling why its wrong association A. All straight A students are nerds. B. All across the beautiful, fragrantfields Americans are using Stink-Freedeoderant! C. attacking the person, rather thantheir idea D. All members of one group are justalike
  2. 2. bandwagonA. uses someone famous or importantto sell an idea B. attacking the person, rather thantheir idea C. Buy me a cell phone, Mom. Everyoneelse in the 5th grade has one. D. All members of one group are justalike. associationA. You should do something becauseeveryone else is. B. uses someone famous or important tosell an idea C. presenting a positive idea or feelingto make you feel that way aboutsomething else. D. attacking the person, rather thantheir idea
  3. 3. name calling A. uses someone famous or important to sell an idea B. saying something over and over C. All straight A students are nerds. D. attacking the person, rather than their idea endorsementA. All members of one group are justalike. B. uses someone famous or important tosell an idea C. attacking the person, rather thantheir ideaD. saying something over and over
  4. 4. repetition A. All straight A students are nerds. B. You should do something because everyone else is. C. saying something over and over D. attacking the person, rather than their idea endorsementA. Buy me a cell phone, Mom. Everyone else in the 5th grade has one.B. Eli and Peyton Manning say, "Eat your Oreos! Theyll give you super speed!"C. telling the other sides point of view, then telling why its wrongD. All across the beautiful, fragrant fields Americans are using Stink-Free deoderant!
  5. 5. bandwagon A. All straight A students are nerds. B. You should do something becauseeveryone else is. C. All members of one group are justalike. D. saying something over and over air and rebut A. I believe kids should study everyday. My opponent says kids should spend all day watching television and playing video games. If kids dont study, how will they ever learn? B. Buy me a cell phone, Mom. Everyone else in the 5th grade has one. C. You should do something because everyone else is. D. presenting a positive idea or feeling to make you feel that way about something else.
  6. 6. repetition A. attacking the person, rather thantheir idea B. You should do something becauseeveryone else is. C. Buy me a cell phone, Mom. Everyoneelse in the 5th grade has one. D. Head on! Apply directly to forehead.Head on! Apply directly to forehead.Head on! stereotyping A. All straight A students are nerds. B. attacking the person, rather thantheir idea C. saying something over and over D. You should do something becauseeveryone else is.
  7. 7. name calling A. presenting a positive idea or feeling tomake you feel that way about something else. B. Dont listen to Mr. Meanie when he saysplaying in the streets is dangerous. Hes just amean man who doesnt want you to have anyfun! C. telling the other sides point of view, thentelling why its wrong D. Eli and Peyton Manning say, "Eat yourOreos! Theyll give you super speed!" stereotypingA. uses someone famous or important tosell an ideaB. saying something over and overC. attacking the person, rather than theirideaD. All members of one group are justalike.
  8. 8. All straight A students are nerds.A. repetitionB. name callingC. stereotypingD. association saying something over and overA. bandwagonB. repetitionC. stereotypingD. association
  9. 9. All across the beautiful, fragrant fields Americans are using Stink-Free deodorant!A. name callingB. associationC. bandwagonD. repetitiontelling the other sides point ofview, then telling why its wrongA. air and rebutB. bandwagonC. associationD. endorsement
  10. 10. presenting a positive idea or feeling to make you feel that way about something elseA. associationB. bandwagonC. repetitionD. name calling uses someone famous orimportant to sell an idea A. air and rebut B. bandwagon C. endorsement D. stereotyping
  11. 11. I believe kids should study everyday.My opponent says kids should spendall day watching television and playingvideo games. If kids dont study, howwill they ever learn?A. air and rebutB. endorsementC. repetitionD. bandwagonDont listen to Mr. Meanie when hesays playing in the streets isdangerous. Hes just a mean man whodoesnt want you to have any fun!A. bandwagonB. associationC. name callingD. stereotyping
  12. 12. attacking the person,rather than their idea A. association B. stereotyping C. bandwagon D. name calling You should do something because everyone else is.A. repetitionB. associationC. endorsementD. bandwagon
  13. 13. Eli and Peyton Manning say, "Eat your Oreos! Theyll give you super speed!"A. endorsementB. associationC. air and rebutD. bandwagon Buy me a cell phone, Mom. Everyone else in the 5th grade has one.A. bandwagonB. endorsementC. associationD. repetition
  14. 14. Head on! Apply directly to forehead. Head on! Applydirectly to forehead. Head on!A. bandwagonB. repetitionC. associationD. stereotyping All members of one group are just alike.A. name callingB. stereotypingC. endorsementD. repetition
  15. 15. Head on! Apply directly toforehead. Head on! Applydirectly to forehead. Headon! → bandwagon A. True B. Falseuses someone famous orimportant to sell an idea→ stereotyping A. True B. False
  16. 16. saying something over andover → stereotyping A. True B. FalseEli and Peyton Manning say,"Eat your Oreos! Theyllgive you super speed!"→ endorsement A. True B. False
  17. 17. Buy me a cell phone,Mom. Everyone else inthe 5th grade has one.→ bandwagon A. True B. FalseYou should do somethingbecause everyone else is.→ repetition A. True B. False
  18. 18. presenting a positive idea orfeeling to make you feelthat way about somethingelse. → name calling A. True B. FalseAll straight A studentsare nerds.→ stereotyping A. True B. False
  19. 19. telling the other sidespoint of view, then tellingwhy its wrong→ name calling A. True B. FalseDont listen to Mr. Meaniewhen he says playing in thestreets is dangerous. Hesjust a mean man whodoesnt want you to haveany fun! → air and rebut A. True B. False
  20. 20. All members of one groupare just alike.→ stereotyping A. True B. Falseattacking the person,rather than their idea→ repetition A. True B. False
  21. 21. All across the beautiful,fragrant fields Americansare using Stink-Freedeodorant! → name calling A. True B. FalseI believe kids should studyeveryday. My opponent says kidsshould spend all day watchingtelevision and playing videogames. If kids dont study, howwill they ever learn?→ air and rebut A. True B. False

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