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THE ARRANGEMENT OF RHETORIC THE CLASSICAL MODEL AP English Language Mr. Gallegos
Vocabulary Quiz Please pick up a copy of the vocabulary quiz from the front table and begin working silently. If you talk, you will receive a zero. Also, please pick up a copy of “The Classical Model” packet from the front table. When you finish your quiz, please read the front page of the packet. Be sure to submit your rhetorical appeals analysis essay.
Learning Objectives Content Objective: Students will be able to identify the essential components of the classical model and analyze the use of ethos, pathos, and logos within the model. Language Objective: Students will read the selection by Sandra Day O’Conner and Roy Romer and answer the questions in complete sentences.
Key Vocabulary Ethos is an appeal to character by demonstrating that the speaker is trustworthy and credible. Ethos often stresses shared values between the speaker and the audience. Logos is an appeal to logic or reason by offering clear and rational ideas to back up your thesis, or claim.
Key Vocabulary Pathos is an appeal to emotion. An argument should never be based solely on pathos. Figurative language, personal anecdotes, and vivid images are commonly used. The introduction is used to introduce the reader to the subject. The narration provides factual information and background knowledge on the subject.
Key Vocabulary The confirmation includes the development of proof needed to make the writer’s case. The refutation address the counterargument and serves as a bridge between the writer’s proof and the conclusion. The conclusion brings the essay to a close and appeals to pathos and reminds the reader of the ethos.
Exit Ticket Please think about the following question and then write down your thoughts. What did you learn today that has implications for your writing? Why is the organization of an argument so important?