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Copyright © 2011, Terry Hudson
Aristotle: “Rhetoric is the observance of all available means of persuasion.” - The Rhetorica Copyright © 2011, Terry Hudson
Invention Logos Ethos Pathos Arrangement Style Delivery Memoria Copyright © 2011, Terry Hudson
Argument and Persuasion (p. 7) Argument – uses evidence and reason to get agreement (conviction) Persuasion – moves others from conviction to action (action) Or, we “we may want to reserve the term persuasion” for changing opinions through both reason and other techniques (conviction and action) Copyright © 2011, Terry Hudson
Inform Convince Persuade Explore Make Decisions Meditate Pray Copyright © 2011, Terry Hudson
Past – Forensic Future – Deliberative Present - Epideictic (Ceremonial) Copyright © 2011, Terry Hudson
Fact - Did something happen? Definition - What is its nature? Evaluation & Causality- What is its quality? Proposal - What actions should be taken? Copyright © 2011, Terry Hudson
Pathos – emotional Ethos – writer’s authority and character Logos - logical Copyright © 2011, Terry Hudson
Message (Logical) Audience/Readers (Emotional) Speaker/Writer (Ethical) Copyright © 2011, Terry Hudson
Emotion to build bridges Emotion to sustain an argument Humor Copyright © 2011, Terry Hudson
Authority – intelligence Trustworthiness Good will Copyright © 2011, Terry Hudson
Inartistic – hard facts and evidence Statistics Surveys and Polls Testimony Examples (Not listed by text) Copyright © 2011, Terry Hudson
Artistic – reason and common sense Deductive Syllogism and Enthymeme Toulmin argument Structures Analogies (similies and metaphors) Precedent Copyright © 2011, Terry Hudson
PERSUASION. the claim The purpose of persuasive writing is to convince others to think the way we do or bring about some kind of action. Persuasive text.
AN INTRODUCTION TO ARGUMENT AND RHETORIC AP LANGUAGE & COMPOSITION.
Ethos, Pathos, and Logos. Ethos ethos (Credibility), or ethical appeal- means convincing by the character of the author. We tend to believe people whom.
Chapter 1: Everything Is an Argument. Our text is based on the following presumption: an argument can be any text (whether written, spoken, or visual)
The Three Argument Appeals, Aristotle’s Methods of Convincing Logos Pathos Ethos.
Persuasive Writing Techniques. Take a Stance or Statement of Opinion A persuasive essay is used to convince a person or audience to see things your way.
EMOTIONAL APPEALS IN PERSUASIVE WRITING How writers and advertisers use your feelings to get you to agree with them.
A Lesson on Rhetorical Devices: Ethos, Pathos, Logos 10 th Literature/Composition.
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A Look at Rhetoric From the past to the present. Classical Definition Rhetoric is the “art of enchanting the soul.” – Plato.
December 8, 2011 What are three reasons that Old Major lists in his speech for wanting to overthrow Farmer Jones?
Elements of an Argument. Rhetorical Triangle pathos audience speaker ethos message logos.
The 3 Appeals: in order to persuade an audience, a writer or speaker will appeal to the logical, emotional, or ethical sensibilities of the audience.
Nonfiction. What is Nonfiction? Written works intended to give facts, or true accounts of real things and events. Written works intended to give facts,
ARGUMENT & PERSUASIVE TECHNIQUES From: Holt Literature 8 th Grade.
SPEAKING PURSUASIVELY 15 © 2011 The McGraw-Hill Companies. All rights reserved.
Argumentative Writing Part 1: Types of Argument. Argument and Persuasion Argument: To discover a version of the truth using evidence and reason. Argument:
+ The Art of Persuasion: Intro to Rhetorical Analysis.
If this is a lecture on Rhetoric, do I have to come up with answers? (A short lesson on the power of the written and spoken word, and images)
Argument Writing “Argument literacy is fundamental to being educated… Because argument is not standard in most school curricula, only 20% of those who.
So many terms….what do they all mean? Based on a powerpoint obtained from Stacy Kupchella, South Warren Middle School Argumentative vs. Persuasive Vs.
Argumentative /Persuasive Reading & writing Reading an Argument Considering Rhetorical Context (Author,Audience,Date/Place of Publication)
Directions: Look at the white board Find your name and table assignment Pick up a small (personal) whiteboard and a dry erase marker from table in front.
HL Paper 1 Issues/Problems/pull my hair out mistakes.
Revision Day 2: Please pull out Steve Tuttle’s “Make. It. Stop.” Article and let’s use that as an example for today’s discussion. Argument II 2014.
Essential Questions for English 12: Literature of Justice 1. How does an author convey the truth within the context of his or her fiction? How do you.
Emotional Appeals in Persuasive Writing How writers and advertisers use your feelings to get you to agree with them.
Facts, reason, and evidence. Rhetoric = how something is said art of persuasive communication Argument = what is said Claims followed by evidence.
Arguments: Claims and evidence Facts, reason, and evidence.
What is Rhetoric? Rhetoric is the Art of Persuasive Language Writers and speakers use Rhetoric to convince readers and listeners to do something or.
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