Horrors Of Puppy Mills Peer Review

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For the five parts of the introduction, the speaker started with the attention getting device that served at both one of his language devices and a pathos requirement. He told the audience to imagine what puppy mills are, giving vivid and sad descriptions. Then he moved on to the thesis saying “Puppy mills, as defined by the human society of the United States, are mass dog breeding operations that take place in shockingly poor conditions”. He then stated his credibility statement by saying that he is a dog lover and that he has done research on this topic, which he then turned it around to the audience, talking about how the topic is relevant to them because the audience filled out a questionnaire about having pets. Lastly he gave a small preview of what he was going to talk about in the speech, which shows that his organizational pattern is a problem-solution about puppy mills.

As I said, in his attention getting device, he used imagery to paint a picture to the audience about what these puppy mills look like and what conditions dogs have to live in. He also used two different types of rhythm. The first one has a lot of alliteration with the letter “P” by saying “puppy mill breeders produce puppies for profit”. The other one has a bit of parallelism by listing the first through third offenses and their consequences. The speaker also used ethos, pathos, and logos. Two ways he used ethos is by giving out full detail about one of his sources and by stating legislation that he proposes that is a combination of many other proposals. Two ways he used pathos is by beginning his speech with the imagery of puppy mills as well as by listing the diseases and (if surviving the diseases) what the dogs have to live with accompanied by pictures to add more impact. Lastly, two ways he used logos is by stating the two ways to fix this problem. The first way is by listing the first, second, and third offenses and their consequences. The other use of logos is by telling the audien View More »

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