- hard evidence gives numbers
- hard evidence gives numbers and satistics why
- constructive argument doesn’t give any back up evidence
- hard evidence gives reason why and evidence to follow claim
- constructive argument doesn’t give reason why or any evidence to follow claim
- constructive argument doesn’t give any back up evidence to support claim just a statement
I can do a rhetorical paper about politics the things that are happening with police brutality, I can write about things that are passionate about when it comes to art and the art community and how much it brings people together. how music is healing how art is healing. and how much it impacts our world
“But the most important kind of love is the kind we most often neglect: self love. I gave that up in my desperate search for love from you, and I lost sight of who I am and what makes me happy. So instead of sitting around waiting for a text from you that will probably never come, I’m choosing myself every day. To wake up and remind myself that I am strong, and worthy of being loved the way I wanted to love you. Someday, I will get that kind of love from another person, someone capable of allowing me to love them.” I read this tiny article about love and how we are all affected by someone in that way and tend to forgot a lot about self love and nurturing ourselves. Wanting and feeling like we need validation from others or someone to love us to feel loved. when really we need to love and take care our ourselves first and really learn how to do so. It is very hard and can be harder at different points in our live. but I thought this article was very interesting because it caught my attention and I saw myself doing the same things when it came to relationships. Loving someone because they love you is not love.
Abby’s audio essay showed us about her puppy she got, I loved the pictures and how she narrated her story. It was cute and something I liked listening too, and also easy to follow along, her slides flowed very well and it all made sense. I know she has editing to do but for a rough draft I think she has an excellent start.
In jaspers rough draft it shows how he learned to be a DJ and what he did to pursue his art by buying everything he needed to make that come true and how he will do it in the future. I think his start is great and has a great rough draft. maybe more color and clearer pictures. other than that both of their drafts were really good.
ethos: explains why cats act so weird to show owners and explain why cats do what they do, explaining a cats point of view in a way.
pathos: apealing to audience emotion for pets and loving animals, and relating to pet owners.
logos: Speaker is probably a pet owner himself so a lot of what he is saying is true and audience can back it up as well by being pet owners too.
Alisha Mwantza response got my attention because she thinks the same as me personal or not, students can contract their opinion on how qualified someone is and you can hear or understand how they are when they talk and see if they’re trust worthy or not. And you can always look up and see how long someone has been researching or working in the topic they’re speaking about.