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Damaris Hackett

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Why might a writer choose to use satire

to enetain people during dificult times

Which sentence uses words with negative connotations

Marty lives in a shack on the side of Mt. Bank.

The city streets in the summer are crowded and sticky.

Which example from Top of the Food Chain is an appeal to pathos

Picture if you can, gentlemen, a naked little two-year-old boy so black with flies and mosquitoes it looks like he's wearing long johns . . .

The people are all huddled there in their running shorts, looking pretty miserable, and one after another the roofs keep falling in . . .

. . . the villagers in a panic over the threat of the plague and the stream of nonstop hysterical reports from the interior - people were turning black, swelling up and bursting . . .

What type of writing is often censored because it deals with sensitive and controversial issues

Satire

What is a realistic story that is told to illustrate a moral or religious lesson

paradeeznuts

What is the effect of having an unreliable narrator in Top of the Food Chain

It leads the reader to question the narrator's views.

something about asking questions about the narrator views

What term from Andrew jacksons message to congress on Indian removal has the most positive connotation

Its savage hunters. That's the actual answer.

How is satire used in top of the food chain

To indirectly criticize the use of pesticides

With which statement would Carolyn Cole author of Witness to the Tragedy most likely agree

The victims of Hurricane Katrina did not receive enough respect.

The public's attention on New Orleans drifted away far too soon.

Which story is an example of a fable

A hare loses a race to a tortoise because he is overconfident, and he learns an important lesson as a result.

A lion learns that even those smaller than him are important when a mouse saves his life.

Of these events in Top of the Food Chain which happens first

A species of wasp that eats caterpillars is killed off-apex

How does the narrator in Top of the Food Chain first try to control the insect population of Borneo

He sprays DDT.

Which type of appeal primarily uses facts statistics and common sense

Logos

Which example most clearly uses pathos to make an appeal

An account of a tornado sweeping through a small town

What best describes the effect of having an unreliable narrator in Top of the Food Chain

It leads the reader to question his views on the subject.

What makes Top of the Food Chain an example of satire

It criticizes the government's use of pesticides.

Which type of appeal primarily focuses on connecting with the emotions of the audience

pathos

Which aspect of the story is an example of logos in Top of the Food Chain

The narrator gives information about the sequence of events that happened in the story.

Which example most clearly uses ethos to make an appeal

a survey that shows 78% of parents want longer school days

Which sentence best contrasts two things

Running on a treadmill is much easier than running outdoors.

Air travel is much more expensive than bus travel.

Four out of five doctors agree that honey and cinnamon tablets are effective against the common cold which type of audience appeal does the statement show

Answer this question… Four out of five doctors agree that honey and cinnamon tablets are effective against the common cold. Which type of audience appeal does the statement show?

A. Rational B. Logical C. Pathos
In what way is t c Boyles top of the food chain an example of satire

It makes a point without directly stating it.

What type of appeal is used in this sentence

Statistics show that Ms. Navarro's students consistently score highest in the district on the state-mandated tests.

What statement accurately describes the conditions of the Superdome during the storm according to the National Geographic video

There was little or no food, water, or sanitation in the Superdome.

Which type of appeal is the author primarily using in the excerpt from top of the food chain

Pathos

What evidence from the text leads yo to believe the main character of top of the food chain in an unreliable narrator

Below

which term from the Andrew Jackson’s message to congress β€œon Indian removal” has the most negative connotation

Mine was "Benevolent Policy" on apex.

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Having an unreliable narrator in "Top of the Food Chain" leads the reader to

Question his views - Apex cuhh

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