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2 Rhetoric is the art of discourse, an art that aims to improve the facility of speakers or writers who attempt to inform, persuade, or motivate particular audiences in specific situations.

3 Its best known definition comes from Aristotle, who considers it a counterpart of both logic and politics.

4 From ancient Greece to the late 19th century, it was a central part of Western education, filling the need to train public speakers and writers to move audiences to action.

5 A speaker, writer, or artist supports the probability of a message by logical, ethical, and emotional proofs.

6 Some form of logos, ethos, and pathos is present in every possible public presentation that exists.

7 ethos: Aristotle’s theory of character and how the character and credibility of a speaker, literary text, or picture can influence an audience to consider him/her to be believable.

8 pathos: the use of emotional appeals to alter the audience's judgment.

9 logos: the use of reasoning, either inductive or deductive, to construct an argument.

10 Australia MY DADDY BOUGHT ME A WAR LOAN BOND DID YOURS?

11 Australia WILL YOUO FINGHT NOW OR WAIT FOR THIS

12 Australia WHICH PICTURE WOULD YOUR FATHER LIKE TO SHOW HIS FRIENDS?

13 Australia THE TRUMPET CALLS

14 England THE HUN AND THE HOME

15 England RED CROSS OR IRON CROSS

16 England WHO’S ABSENT? IS IT YOU?

17 England YOUR COUNTRY’S CALL ISN’T THIS WORTH FIGHTING FOR? ENLIST NOW

18 England THE ARMY ISN’T ALL WORK

19 England TAKE UP THE SWORD OF JUSTICE

20 England WOMEN OF BRITAIN SAY – GO!

21 England NATIONAL SERVICE WOMEN’S LAND ARMY

22 England THE KITCHEN IS THE VICTORY EAT LESS BREAD

23 England MEN OF BRITAIN! WILL YOU STAND THIS? ENLIST NOW

24 France French Naval League for the development of the navy and of the mercantile marine recognized as an established public service.

25 France MMMmmm…

26 France Day of Paris 14 jvillet 1915 In favor of works of war The City Hall

27 France The day Serbian

28 France Journee du Poliu – Day of Poilu is a warmly informal term for a French World War I infantryman, meaning, literally, hairy one. Organized by the parliament

29 France The Liberated Regions Day. After victory, to work!! Help us.

30 France One last effort and we will

31 France 14 July 1916 Day of Paris In favor of works of war

32 France Great national event

33 France A l’meprunt national societe generale

34 Germany thanks from the Kaiser and the people for army and fleet

35 Germany Husdauem power and energy

36 Germany

37 Germany …your country

38 Russia

39 Russia kootiepalunio

40 Russia Emperor and the merchant Kiritherra

41 Russia

42 Propaganda Poster ProjectPropaganda Poster Project Kantorek’s letter is littered with meaningless phrases of patriotic zeal, calling them “Iron Youth” and praising their great courage. Paul and his friends remember how they once respected Kantorek. Now, they loathe him. In calling Paul and his friends “Iron Youth,” Kantorek suggests that they are young, impassive, and strong. Yet Paul and his friends feel raw, and they yearn for their old lives, when they felt young. Now, combat has aged them beyond their years. Paul and his friends feel that older men such as Kantorek have betrayed their trust and sent them to die for empty and useless ideals.

43 With a partner you are going to create piece of propaganda in support or against of some modern issue. Ultimately you will present your piece of propaganda to the rest of class.


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