ENG 100

Report
Week Four
Write six (6) short paragraphs (not 3.8) describing
times in the recent past when you’ve used
language (1) to inform, (2) to convince, (3) to
persuade, (4) to explore, (5) to make decisions,
and (6) to meditate and pray. Be sure to write at
least one paragraph for each of these six
purposes.
Using your textbook, read Chapter Two , “ Arguments
Based on Emotion: Pathos,” pages 38-50. Also read
and comment on the red exercises on pages 42, 44,
and 49. Mark the text and/or take notes as you read.
Complete Reading Response Journal.
Using the magazine you were supposed to bring to
class, complete # 2 on page 51 in class, upon
completion of reading. Be prepared to discuss in
class tomorrow.
For HOMEWORK, complete #4 on page 51.
Complete the activity on page
43 of your textbook.
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“You can
trust your
car to the
man who
wears the
star.”
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between
me and my
Calvins?
Nothing!”
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Anti-litter
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Using your textbook, read Chapter Three
, “ Arguments Based on Character:
Ethos,” pages 52-67. Mark the text
and/or take notes as you read.
Complete Reading Response Journal.
For HOMEWORK: Complete #3 on page
68.
Write a response to the following
prompt, paying careful attention
to the instructions:
Using ethos appeals ONLY, explain
why you deserve an A in ENG
100.
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Oprah Winfrey,
TV Celebrity
What public arguments,
campaigns, or products
might benefit from
his/her endorsement?
What public arguments,
campaigns, or products
might not?
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
What public arguments,
campaigns, or products
might benefit from
his/her endorsement?
What public arguments,
campaigns, or products
might not?
Margaret Cho,
comedian
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Kate Winslet,
Actress
What public arguments,
campaigns, or products
might benefit from
his/her endorsement?
What public arguments,
campaigns, or products
might not?
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
What public arguments,
campaigns, or products
might benefit from
his/her endorsement?
What public arguments,
campaigns, or products
might not?
Colin Powell,
Former chair of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff and Secretary of State in the
George W. Bush administration
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Sarah Palin,
Former governor of Alaska
and Republican vicepresidential candidate
What public arguments,
campaigns, or products
might benefit from
his/her endorsement?
What public arguments,
campaigns, or products
might not?


What public
arguments,
campaigns, or
products might
benefit from his/her
endorsement?
What public
arguments,
campaigns, or
products might not?
Dave Chappelle,
Humorist and Comedian
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
Jeff Gordon,
NASCAR Champion
What public arguments,
campaigns, or products
might benefit from
his/her endorsement?
What public arguments,
campaigns, or products
might not?


What public
arguments,
campaigns, or
products might
benefit from his/her
endorsement?
What public
arguments,
campaigns, or
products might not?
Nancy Pelosi,
Speaker of the U.S. House of
Representatives
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Bill O’Reilly,
TV News Commentator
What public arguments,
campaigns, or products
might benefit from
his/her endorsement?
What public arguments,
campaigns, or products
might not?


What public
arguments,
campaigns, or
products might
benefit from his/her
endorsement?
What public
arguments,
campaigns, or
products might not?
Marge Simpson,
Sensible wife and mother
on The Simpsons
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
Jon Stewart,
Host of The Daily Show
On Comedy Central
What public arguments,
campaigns, or products
might benefit from
his/her endorsement?
What public arguments,
campaigns, or products
might not?

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