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Rhetoric Intro Wiki

  1. 1. Rhetoric the art of using language
  2. 2. Aristotle
  3. 3. Aristotle Three modes of persuasion.
  4. 4. 1. Ethos 2. Pathos 3. Logos
  5. 5. 1. Ethos someone‟s character or credibility
  6. 6. How you establish Ethos -Applying to Eastside or Cambridge - Defend yourself to a teacher - The way you dress, present, identify yourself
  7. 7. A writer/speaker is establishing their Ethos when they… - list their credentials - talk about their experiences - talk about their behavior
  8. 8. Ethos in Letter from a Birmingham Jail
  9. 9. Two types of Ethos- we’ll call them explicit and tacit * Explicit= Ethos that the writer or speaker verbally tells you of. * Tacit= Ethos that the writer or speaker does not directly talk about.
  10. 10. 2. Pathos appealing to emotions
  11. 11. How you’re familiar with Pathos -Depict consequences - Puppy-Dog face - Guilt
  12. 12. How does the word Pathos relate to the word pathetic?
  13. 13. A writer/speaker is drawing on pathos when they… -paint an emotionally charged image -use „emotive‟ or „tonal‟ words - imply that you should feel a certain way
  14. 14. Pathos in FDR’s Declaration of War
  15. 15. 3. Logos appealing to logic
  16. 16. How you’re familiar with Logos -Fake statistics in Florida Writes - Inquiring “how come?” “why?” - If… then…
  17. 17. A writer/speaker is drawing on logos, or logic, when they… - use numbers or statistics - cite research - describe hypothetical situations/ logical comparisons
  18. 18. Logos in article on technology

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