J-E-L-L-0! : A RHETORICAL ANALYSIS In my recent study of a 1980’s advertisement for Jell-O, I was intrigued by the use of sharing a brand new recipe for “moister, fruitier Rainbow Cake.” This particular advertisement was very effective because it reached out to two audiences, children and adults, while maintaining appeal on all three levels of proofs: pathos, ethos and logos. The recipe appealed to adults, especially those who bake, by providing an improvement upon what seemed to be a favorite. Having the recipe in full view rather than hidden within the box of Jell-O lends a hand to impulse shopping thus promoting sales. This is clearly a very clever use of ethos: appealing to the audience based upon the company’s stable reputation of providing delicious and rather healthy treats.
The many spices mixed with the cognac make this pie Thanksgiving worthy. I made the pie for a friend's birthday a couple of weeks ago and got lots of quiet eaters! People loved how smooth and flavorful it is. Yum! The leaves around the edge, of course, taste the same as the rest of the crust, but they give the edge polish and heightens expectations.
The commercial encourages you to buy and enjoy Bud Light because they are realistic thinkers. The commercial leaves you with Bud Light on your mind. You would not be able to explain the commercial without mentioning Bud Light. They used an everyday example so no one can possibly get offended and they censored the words so that is appropriate for television. Next what I interpret from the commercial was it was made to entertain by making you laugh.
Only due to the fact that Jessie's father was a chef. With that, the group had decided that Jessie would lead the lab. “Since my father is a chef at a bakery, I’ve been cooking for as long as I can remember. This lab was a piece of cake for me.” Jessie laughed during the interview with our reporters. While the cake was in the oven, Group A's
If parents are able to control were and who their children were drinking with I think this would be a major benefit to our society. One more benefit to lowing the drinking age is that it would keep kids from getting in trouble with the law. First, kid’s wont get under age tickets anymore because they would just drink with there parents consent. This in my opinion is better for everybody because kids are going to do whatever they want anyways. Lowering the drinking age will help because it will keep children from hiding and sneaking around all the time to drink alcohol when they already do it
Andrea Wagner Mrs. Goetz English 96: College Prep English II 20 September 2013 Gain Original with Clean boost vs. Baking soda liquid detergent with Oxi Freshness!! In their advertisement, Gain Original with Clean Boost, they use the baking soda liquid detergent with Oxi in their ad to show just how good their product is and how well it works. Their goal is to target families that may have busy kids and jobs. By using the strategies family fun, put downs and facts, Gain is able to successfully create a well-played commercial for their ad to catch their intended viewer’s eye! First, Gain focuses on the family fun factor of their advertisement.
We want our customer to feel good about life and themselves and what better way to do so by giving them a heavenly treat serve fresh to savor the cravings. Business Concept The purpose of this pastry business is to sale the best tasting cakes and pastries in the area. Not only will the pastries be good and fresh but health for those people that take the healthier approach in life. The goal of the business is to share flavors to everyone and branch off to those all over. By starting off small, I have faith in this business that our profit will maximize as our name is exposed enabling us to open more locations.
I think if I have a doubt then it is better to be safe than sorry, maybe monitor the child and gather more information but if the child is in significant danger then report it to the safeguarding board immediately. Parents will have had a copy of the child protection policy which states that information regarding every child will be disclosed if it is deemed that any child is in significant harm/danger. This gives me the right to report any kind of abuse to the safeguarding board without the parents/carers permission. It is important to follow the right steps whilst reporting a case of abuse or a suspected case, we need to gather the correct information: When a child/young person discloses information to me. I do not promise to keep secrets.
Spanking helps to teach our kids right from wrong and what path they should follow, if the spanking is a negative treatment that stops them from doing things like, fighting, stealing, lying and any other negative behaviour that will make them not want to do it anymore. It will teach them that the consequences of that behaviour are good and they won’t do it anymore, so child spanking is not abusive it is teaching and instructing. Spanking long term consequences can cause increased aggressiveness in children which is what you would see in an abusive
We have to show our limits and guide our children in positive behavior so that we can avoid spanking or any other form of corporate punishment. As to me, hitting or spanking our children is not the best way to influence them in being well behaved. They would behave better if we don’t spank them just punish them in other ways of talk to them. Article 2 Patti Bokony & Teri Patrick, Spanking: What the Experts Say ; TIPS 07-B1 Summary Spanking is a form of corporate punishment, as it may not be as harsh as punching, kicking or burning. It is still considered some form or child abuse.