Presentation on theme: "American Realism UNIT GOAL: Write an expository essay that evaluates how REALIST artists and author’s effectively use ethos, pathos, and/or logos to communicate."— Presentation transcript:
American Realism UNIT GOAL: Write an expository essay that evaluates how REALIST artists and author’s effectively use ethos, pathos, and/or logos to communicate and support and their ideas about (in)justice. Background paragraph on Realism Gallery Walk on ideas about American (in)justice. American Realism by Gary Q. Arpin The Rhetorical Triangle: Ethos, Pathos, Logos
…with “Liberty” and “Justice” for ALL? OBJECTIVE: By completing CORNELL NOTES on Gary Q. Arpin’s essay, “The Rise of Realism,” students will be able to explain American writers response to the Civil War, describe the basic characteristics of realism, and evaluate the views of naturalist writers.
2.3 B. “The Rise of Realism” by Gary Arpin Essential Question: According to Gary Arpin, what historical conditions gave rise to Realism as a literary movement? How and when did American writers and poets respond to the Civil War? What are the basic characteristics of realism? What did naturalist writers believe? SUMMARY:
…with “Liberty” and “Justice” for ALL? OBJECTIVE: By completing notes on Rhetorical Triangle students will be able to define the strategies used by writers to communicate their views and opinions on (IN)Justice.
Rhetorical Devices or Persuasive Strategies LOGICAL APPEALS a.k.a. LOGOS EMOTIONAL APPEALS a.k.a. PATHOS ETHICAL APPEALS a.k.a. ETHOS Using facts and logic to convince audience. Using emotions to convince the audience. Establish credibility and appeal to your readers’ ethics and/ or moral values. For example: A snickers bar is 280 calories. 4 out 5 doctors agree that eating one daily is not very healthy. For example: Your donation will help this puppy find a safe loving home and have a chance at a bright future. For example: Believe me, I have been through your struggle and I know what it is like to be unemployed.
“Am I not a man and a brother?” By Josiah Wedgwood What argument is being made about justice by the image? ____ suggests ____ because ____. ____ argues ____. For example, ___. ___ considers ___ to ___ because ___. Find an example of: Ethos: What makes the argument credible? Pathos: What emotions does the image inspire? How does the image inspire such emotions? Logos: What Logical argument is being made by the image? (facts, statistics, rhetorical questions, etc.) Evaluate: What do you think made the image the most recognizable and emblematic of the Abolitionist movement?