The author sets the mood in a happy way when a calamity should be miserable. The poet uses similes to make the tone more joyful. “Dogs barked and the children sprouted like dandelions on my lawn,” is a perfect example which compares the dogs and children to dandelions. It means that they appeared very quickly just like how dandelions grow really fast. Dandelions are also known to be happy flowers so this sets the mood in a more soothing and calming place.
What make this opinion credible is that people may disagree. 7. It makes the evidence persuasive by making the audience feel empathy for animals and they are smart, more like us than we imagined, by saying they have emotion. 8. I think very well because Rifkin uses scientific facts, which sound very accurate.
“For god sake” is a phrase which prickles the readers feelings- it is sharp, strong and full of raw emotions. Morpurgo has added this to show how some had a lot of gratitude for horses. It is a painful way to say goodbye though and Morpurgo has pressed upon the fact that just because a horse, like Topthorn, is beautiful doesn’t mean it will survive the harrows of a merciless war. The significance of Topthorn is highlighted when the vet officer expresses the unpleasant truth. The vet officer leaves a harsh mental image in the reader’s mind which instantly creates deep sympathy.
This documentary explores how the harmful living conditions may be causing orcas to lash out violently toward their trainers. It is much believed that the captive environment has to do with these uncomfortable, devastating consequences of many Sea World trainers faced. (blackfishmovie.com) A main focus of this film has lead towards an explanation for what actually happened, and hopefully a negative response from the
This further demonstrates there is a sense of understanding, admiration and fearful respect that Australian feel towards nature. Furthermore it is the unique natural environment of Australia which provides them with a variety of activities which fulfils their needs of entertainment. Similarly in Australia nature has also fulfilled people’s emotional
Although communication has many forms to it, haptic communication (ways in which people and other animals communicate and interact via the sense of touch) has the most impact because of the nuances of physical contact people may share with each other. This may be as small as a facial expressions to big gestures like hugs or handshakes. Additionally, this is evident in the valuable moments that people have wherein the experience itself is priceless. The happiness that parents have when their
Swift’s repetitive creation of his extreme mental images, which appeal to one’s senses, gives the reader a false opinion about him, but subsequently becomes beneficial to his overall essay. The use of imagery in “A Modest Proposal” definitely is exceptionally vivid, and as a result, stirs up an emotional response in the reader (pathos). Swift’s intention to using imagery in his essay is to not only get dramatic reactions from his readers, but to also persuade them so much that they are agreeing with his point of view. In his essay, he offers many different descriptive images in which portray the dehumanization of children and women using words such as “breeders,” “flesh,” “carcass,” and “meat”(1026-1027). One of the disturbing images that Swift creates for his audience dehumanizes children by referring to them as pigs which would be roasted then worn as fancy gloves for females, and as boots for men.
Comparing two non-fiction texts Text A is an informative RSPCA website article, particularly aimed at adults or people interested in animals, such as farmers. The website is informing people about how the RSPCA would like abattoirs to have CCTV installed to be aware of how animals are treated before and during slaughter. The perspective of the author is from somebody who works for the RSPCA so you would assume they are keen to support the welfare of animals. Text B is a leaflet which uses persuasive language, encouraging people to stop eating meat. The audience for this leaflet would mainly be meat-eaters, as vegetarians would not need encouragement to be something they are already.
Compassion can be a very strong emotion, because she also showed compassion for the animals, it makes the reader support her wanting to get all dogs and cats to be neutered even more. The use of compassion really shows that the writer is human and has human emotions, making the reader relate to her, as opposed to just stating that they are dying and that is sad. Susie O’Brien uses different persuasive language techniques including but not limited to photos, evidence and appealing to our sense of compassion. All these techniques combine to make a very persuasive article about compulsory pet neutering. With the combination of pictures making us doubt their fate, the facts to show us what is happening behind the scene and appealing to our compassion makes this piece very persuasive and
Having access to places such as day centres and community events also promotes the social well-being of the individual as humans are naturally social animals and interaction promotes our sense of self-worth and belonging. It may involve group activities so individuals interact with others, can make new friends or learn life skills, which in turn helps to enhance independence and confidence.This also contributes to the awareness that there are people out there who can and are willing to help. When individuals are made aware that they have a wide range of choices of services and facilities, as in the case of those who are in their road to recovery (physical or mental) and have choices in terms of the forms of treatments available, they feel empowered when they are encouraged to explore