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Persuasion and Propaganda

Introduction, identification, use, and analysis of rhetorical appeals in argument and propaganda in history and modern day. 


Collection Content

  • Online Writing Lab presented by Excelsior College
    Rhetorical styles > Argument > Modes of Persuasion. Clearly defines Pathos, Logos, and Ethos.
  • Guide to Teaching with Alfre Woodard's Sourjourner Truth Reading
    After learning definitions, this is an activity in which students can practice identifying modes of persuasion. Each... More
  • It's No Laughing Matter: Analyzing Political Cartoons
    Includes a cartoon analysis guide and persuasive techniques used in political cartoons. Practice analyzing a static... More
  • Mind over Media: Analyzing Contemporary Propaganda
    Practical lesson plans using the interactive website The website hosts various definitions, history,... More
  • Teaching about Propaganda: An Examination of the Historical Roots of Media Literacy
    Highlighted selections of journal article about how media literacy relates to propaganda. Table 1, Page 4 has a chart of... More
  • Captain Marvel: Propaganda? YouTube video
    38mins. Great resource explaining modern movies and the role of military propaganda. Sometimes under the guise of... More