The Ethos in the passage could be: “The effect of Technology on children is complicated, with both benefits and costs”, “Whether Technology hurts or helps your children depends on depends on the kind of technology that has been used and its frequency of usage”.
The pathos used in the article are: “Book Reading is like a scuba diving in which the driver is submerged in a quiet, slow paced and visually restricted”, “Using internet is like jet skiing in which there is reader is exposed to a lot of information and he has to focus on a few.
The Logos used in the passage could be like: studies have shown that reading of the text on uninterrupted basis would result in faster, better and complete understanding and learning of the text or the information that is being read.
All the Rhetorical Tools have been used in the passage. The writer has compared his concept with that of the usage of the metaphors and the similes. The above mentioned are the details on the Ethos, Pathos and Logos that have been utilized.
Through the subject and the reading of the material over it, it could be really be stressed out that the way in which children used to think in the past has completely changed its way in the recent present. All this could be attributed to the development and advancement of the Technology. Children today are aware of all the subjects and topics. This is due to the only reason that they are getting the vast pool of the information and data on the various subjects and topics. This is through their access over the television, internet and various other technological tools and sources. Above all there is no security on the kind of information and data that is to be revealed or not. Children have access to each and every topic. It may prove to be detrimental in future as whatever they would read would try to implement or experiment on which may not be correct for certain ideas. Therefore in the nutshell it could be easily stressed out that Technology has been fruitful in the way that there has been a great source and means of accessing the information. On the same time this information is so diverse and has no limitation that finding out the correct one that could be beneficial is difficult for the children. They cannot differentiate on useful and irrelevant data, facts and information (Dentan & Edo, 2008).