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* Wikipedia Search
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eLEARNING

LANGUAGE

* punctuation
* linking logically
* paragraphing
* skim and scan
* spelling tips

LITERARY TERMS

NEWS

* ABC (USA)
* BBC News (UK)
* CNN (USA)
* Google News
* Newseum
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SydMornHerald
* The Age (Vic)
* The Australian
* TheTimes (UK)
* TheWest (WA)
* WashingtonPost
(USA)

PLAGIARISM

REFERENCE SITES

TODAY

Persuasive Techniques and Vocabulary Worksheet

Techniques of Persuasion:

Define the following terms using your yellow Writer's Craft book or a dictionary.

 

Concrete Example (noun) -

 

 

Sensory Detail -

 

 

Similes -

 

 

Aphorisms -

 

 

Allusion -

 

 

Rhetorical Question -

 

 

Analogies -

 

 

Metaphors -

 

 

Vivid/Active Verbs -

 

 

Anecdote -

 

 

Repetition -

 

 

Irony -

 

 

Personification -

 

 

Exaggeration -

 

 

Loaded Words -

 

 

Imagery -

 

 

Alliteration -

 

 

Parallelism -

 

 

Humor -

 

 

Inductive Reasoning-

 

 

Deductive Reasoning-

 

 

 

Types of Persuasive Appeals:

 

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