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Cards in this guide (20)
Which of the following terms best describes the period of the 1920s

Essay

What are the components of a rhetorical argument

ethos, logos, and pathos

How can you forward time on tamagotchi v5

press B(diagrams below) hold A and C until the date flashes, change the time with A and B

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sorry about the diagrams, they're a bit screwy

What city in Illinois has the lowest school test scores

Chicago schools have the lowest test scores.)~:

How do you know if some one is telling the truth

They're telling the truth if they look to the right. When they look right, it means they're remembering something like a memory. If they look to the left, they're pretending.

If they get sweaty, fidget, don't look comfortable, or do something with their hair like brush it back or something, they're usually lying.

If they get over defensive about something, they're most likely lying.

What was Hypatia's most memorable contribution

She was known for mathematics, philosophy, and astronomy in ancient Egypt.

The author of this essay hopes that the essay he wrote will cause England to adopt celery as its national vegetable

false

A planet or moon does when they move in a circular pathway around something else

An orbit.

What would you be doing as a critical reader of an op-ed piece if you were looking for any potential bias the writer may have and the level of knowledge or expertise the writer may have on the topic

The full question with choices was:

Which of the following would you be looking for as a critical reader with an eye toward ethos in an op-ed piece?

A) The writer's use of emotion to attempt to persuade the reader
B) The argument the writer makes and the strength of that argument
C) Any potential bias the writer may have and the level of knowledge or expertise the writer may have on the topic
D) None of the above.

The answer would be: C) Any potential bias the writer may have and the level of knowledge or expertise the writer may have on the topic

Ethos... = Writer or persona. You are looking for bias toward the subject. That's the writer.

Consider the excerpt below from British Prime Minister Tony Blair's speech following the 911 tragedy ethos pathos or logos

pathos

Which of the following statements best demonstrates how to make a stand in an op ed piece that provides a solution

None of the above.

What rules for writing an op-ed piece does the rewrite best demonstrate in the original rewritten two paragraphs that were drawn from an op-ed piece SEE Discuss

The rewrite used examples and facts.

Who is someone that spends a lot of time in church

Pastor

What is something you need to do while reading an op-ed piece

Take everything written as objective fact.

Which season do plants have their greatest increase in size

A winter

B spring

C summer

D fall

What 1899 statement established America's right to trade with China without interference from European nations

This trade relationship was called the Open Door Policy. It enabled the United States to trade with the East without having to pay royalties or tariffs to European countries.

Is not necessary when writing an op ed piece of your own

discussing all opposing viewpoints

What has the author William H Reading written

William H. Reading has written:

'Nebraska timber industry' -- subject(s): Forest products industry, Lumber trade, Mills and mill-work, Statistics

'Minnesota timber industry' -- subject(s): Forest products industry, Lumber trade, Statistics, Timber

Why is it necessary to be to a critical reader when reading an op ed piece

All of the above

Which of the following sentences would be the best thesis statement for an essay

for a variety of reasons, cotton is arguably the most important fabric known to umankind

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