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1

From the p____ of v___ of a ... (ethos)

From the point of view of a ... (ethos)

2

We l___ in a w____ where ... (ethos)

We live in a world where ... (ethos)

3

On a n_______ s____, this means that ... (logos)

On a national scale, this means that ... (logos)

4

E___________, ... (logos)

Economically, ... (logos)

5

S____________, the e_______ speaks for i_____, as ... (logos)

Statistically, the evidence speaks for itself, as ... (logos)

6

The i___________ for the f_____ are c____: ... (pathos)

The implications for the future are clear: ... (pathos)

7

The e______ of [person] s____ us that ... (pathos)

The example of [person] shows us that ... (pathos)

8

In l____ of this, only o__ c_________ is p_______: ... (pathos)

In light of this, only one conclusion is possible: ... (pathos)

9

What is another word for 'good'?

Beneficial

10

What is another word for 'bad'?

Harmful

11

What is another word for 'not OK'?

Disgraceful

12

What is another word for 'important'?

Essential

13

What is another word for 'not important'?

Unnecessary

14

What is another word for 'do'?

Implement

15

What is another word for 'not do'?

Oppose

16

What is another word for 'show'?

Demonstrate

17

What is another word for 'think about'?

Imagine

18

What is another word for 'teenagers'?

Adolescents

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What are the ethos mature viewpoint phrases?

- From the point of view of a ...
- We live in a world where ...

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What are the logos mature viewpoint phrases?

- On a national scale, this means that ...
- Economically, ...
- Statistically, the evidence speaks for itself, as ...

21

What are the SHARE techniques?

- Statistics and facts
- Hyperbole
- Anecdote
- Rhetoric (rhetorical questions, tricolons and imperatives)
- Expert quotations
Emotive language

- Antithesis
- Language patterns

22

What is '30% of students prefer English to Maths
1 in 10 lawyers take English as an A level' an example of?

Statistics and facts

23

What is 'The story of our own Headmaster Mr Martin can show you the power of English…' an example of?

Anecdote

24

What is 'Could English help you achieve your goals?' an example of?

Rhetorical question

25

What is 'English helps confidence, motivation and results' an example of?

Tricolon

26

What is 'Change the way you think about English' an example of?

Imperative

27

What is 'Professor Stephen Gill of Leeds University agrees: he says that “English is preparation for life.”' an example of?

Expert quotations

28

What is 'Imagine the confusion and disappointment that some children feel when they get their exam results' an example of?

Emotive language

29

What are
‘This is not a problem for today; it is a problem for the future’

and

‘Education should be the road freedom, not the doorway to a prison.’
examples of?

Antithesis

30

What is 'A monument to hope, to freedom and to a better world' an example of?

Language patterns