non-fiction idea

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objective

not influenced by personal feelings or opinions in considering and representing facts

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the judge was very objective with giving the sentence

subjective

based on or influenced by personal feelings, tastes, or opinions

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the kids were very subjective with there taste

bias

prejudice in favor of or against one thing, person, or group compared with another

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the kid was very biased

Credible/ Valid

believable/ having a sound basis in logic or fact

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the text was very valid

Counterargument

argument or reasoning put forward to oppose an idea or theory developed in another argument

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the person had a valid counterarguement

Fallacy

a mistaken belief, esp. one based on unsound argument

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he thought he knew something but it was just fallacy

Tone

the general attitude of a piece of writing

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the author had a very pleasant tone in the story

Theme

an idea that pervades a work of literature

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the boy learned a lot from the theme

Point of View

a particular attitude or way of considering a matter

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he read from the narrators point of view

Emotional Appeal

attempt to persuade the reader through and appeal to emotions, morals, or values

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the cover of the book had great emotional appeal it made me divide to read the book

Logical Appeal

attempt to persuade the reader based on statistics and facts; reasoning

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he used logical appeal to peruade the reader

Rhetorical Question

asked in order to produce an effect or to make a statement rather than to elicit information

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he asked a rhetorical question to prove his point