New Video: "Elements to Know for the SAT Essay Pt.4 – Common Rhetorical Tricks and Logical Fallacies"
Notes for Elements to Know for the SAT Essay Pt.4 – Common Rhetorical Tricks and Logical Fallacies Video What We’re Covering Here:
How to prepare for the SAT Essay by knowing the instructions, and ethos, pathos, and logos.
What those instructions mean.
Learning how to find and cite to ethos, pathos, and logos (and what those things are).
Learning how to find and define rhetorical tricks (pathos), especially those that make unwarranted assumptions or present irrelevant, or misleading information as ethos – logical fallacies.
“Bare Bones” – meaning no “essay done in real time” – you can find those in my other SAT essay videos.
A few other relevant “fun facts.” Whatever else comes up as I’m recording this.
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Who’d Like This:
High school and college students studying for the SAT and ACT and plan to take the essay section.
Source Material For this Video:
The free College Board SAT sample tests (link below).
My general knowledge and what I could access/verify using Google.
Links for References/Links to Relevant Topics:
Free, Full-Length, Official College Board SAT Practice Tests.
(This video uses the essay from Practice Test 5). A Few
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