Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding Introducing Pathos, Ethos, and Logos - Section 2: Instructional Input


I have the students attempt to offer suggestions for examples they believe are accurate, instead of just telling them my examples alone, because I am hopeful that this will help them to more quickly develop the clarity and conceptualization that they need in order to really master this information and its application. Having them get in there and get their hands dirty provides them the room they need in order to really figure out for themselves what each concept IS and IS NOT. This clarification will certainly help the kids as we move forward and begin to apply these understandings more. 

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Introducing Pathos, Ethos, and Logos

Unit 7: Advertising, Bias, and Propaganda
Lesson 3 of 13

Objective: Students will take interactive notes about pathos, ethos, and logos.

Big Idea: What Does P.E.L. Stand For?

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English / Language Arts, argument, Practice, pathos, ethos, logos, note taking, advertising, demographics, propaganda
  50 minutes
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