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fallacies

Open Posted By: highheaven1 Date: 19/02/2021 Graduate Coursework Writing

 Instructions Description: For the Full of Fallacies assignment, you will create an advertisement that is full of fallacies (CO1). You may find a list of fallacies under "What are some logical fallacies?" in the Lesson and Logical fallacy definitions. The intention of the advertisement is to manipulate the audience using any number of logical fallacies (CO2). To complete the assignment, you will need to complete, Part I: Advertisement and Part II: Explanation. Part I: Advertisement The advertisement will include the following: State intended product or position (what are you selling). 30 seconds long (video or audio). Does not need to have any visual elements (for audio). Use at least 2 logical fallacies intended on manipulating the audience (minimum). Possible Formats: Audio (radio advertisement) or video (visual media advertisement). Part II: Explanation In addition to the advertisement, you will provide a brief explanation, after the advertisement, of why you chose specific logical fallacies and why they might be successful in manipulating the audience. Multimedia: If you chose the video option, you can use embedded video recorder to record and submit your advertisement. If you chose the audio option, you can use the embedded audio recorded or upload an MP3.  

Category: Accounting & Finance Subjects: Behavioral Finance Deadline: 12 Hours Budget: $120 - $180 Pages: 2-3 Pages (Short Assignment)

Attachment 1

Full of Fallacies Rubric

Rubric EXEMPLARY Accomplished Developing Beginning

Part I: Position Stated

(20%)

Student demonstrates command of the topic throughout the entire video by providing a clearly defined purpose.

Student demonstrates command of the topic throughout the majority of the video by providing a well-defined defined purpose.

Student demonstrates good command of the topic throughout some of the video but offers an inconsistent purpose.

Student demonstrates a fair command of the topic throughout little of the video by providing a conflicted purpose.

Part I: Video Length

(20%)

Video was the appropriate length per the assignment instructions.

Video was 85% of the required length per the assignment instructions.

Video was 60% of the required length per the assignment instructions.

Video was 50% of the required length per the assignment instructions.

Part I: Logical Fallacies

(20%)

Two logical fallacies were used effectively to manipulate the audience.

Two logical fallacies were ineffectively used to manipulate the audience.

One logical fallacy was used appropriately to manipulate the audience.

One logical fallacy was ineffectively used to manipulate the audience.

Part II: Explanation

(40%)

Student demonstrates a clear and thorough explanation of why the logical fallacies were used to manipulate the audience.

Student provided an adequate explanation of why the logical fallacies were used to manipulate the audience.

Student inconsistently explained why logical fallacies were used to manipulate the audience.

Student poorly explained why logical fallacies were used to manipulate the audience.