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English 101, week 2

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English 101
Melissa Rack
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Lauren Price on Sunday September 25, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to English 101 at University of Tennessee - Knoxville taught by Melissa Rack in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 2 views. For similar materials see English 101 in English at University of Tennessee - Knoxville.

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Date Created: 09/25/16
Friday, August 26 Medoza’s Article Audience: patriotic people, anti-immigration people, those politically inclined Wants to influence audience’s emotions He thinks you should change your mind and not expect assimilation, accept other’s differences Defines outsiders by how they’re treated, use of logos He tries to rile you up if you’re someone who agrees with his ideas Jones-Correa’s Article Audience: natural born citizens, people who can identify with feeling like an outsider, educated people. Both authors have similar audiences He also wants to change your beliefs/feelings about immigrants Monday, August 29 Logos: Appeal to logic -Facts, statistics, expert testimony, historical facts, studies, claims, reasons, even using the words: “the fact is” -In Mendoza’s article, sometimes it only appeals to some people but can still be an appeal to logos. He quotes Martin Luther King Jr., refers back to his previous statements “by knowing this is true”. Group Work: 1. Identifying purpose: what does the writer want the audience to feel/think/do? 2. Identifying audience: What are three characteristics of the audience for this text? Cicero’s Three Levels of Persuasion: -Seeking to influence audience to change 1. Their emotions (mood) 2. Their beliefs (opinion) 3. Their behaviors (actions) English 101 Lecture 5 8/31/16 Pathos: The persuasive appeal to emotion Jones­Correa: “our” and “we”, “families”, “feel”, “grudgingly… tolerated” He wants is to sympathize with them and feel like they are part of our community, wants us to feel like we need to do something to change this Mendoza: uses lots of adjectives, immigrants of yesteryear, makes you feel patriotic,  grasps your attention. Reject assimilation, citizens are all the same not culturally but morally, everyone is  equal. Mutuality ­ independence/ multicultural attitudes. Wants us to be able to trust  them and stop having stereotypical thoughts about them. 


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