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Argument
TheGreeks
Rhetoric
RhetoricThe ways we convince people to do, think,or say what we want
The Tree of Rhetoric
The Tree of RhetoricLogos
The Tree of Rhetoric              PathosLogos
The Tree of Rhetoric              PathosLogos                       Ethos
Logical
LogosSyllogism:All students want to LearnBrenda is a StudentBrenda Wants to Learn
Logos                        Commonplace--Audience alreadyEnthymeme:                        believes thisAll students want...
LogosDeductive Reasoning: Reasoning from PrinciplesWe all know that freedom is better thanslavery, so a freer school syste...
LogosCause/Effect:If we start school later, Students will learn more
The Tree of Rhetoric              Pathos
Emotional
PathosHow we appeal to the feelings of our audience in order tomove them.
EmotionalFear, Discrimination, RevengeLove, C harity, Brotherhood
EmotionalUse of Figurative Speech: metaphors, rhetorical questions,parallelism
Is Pathos more or less       Effective/Fairthan Logos in Argumenation?
The Tree of Rhetoric                       Ethos
Credibility
CredibilityPersuading by convincing the audience that the speaker isworth listening to
CredibilityTrustworthiness
CredibilityTrustworthinessSimilarity
CredibilityTrustworthinessSimilaritySpecial Knowledge
CredibilityTrustworthinessSimilaritySpecial KnowledgeExpert Knowledge
CredibilityTrustworthinessSimilaritySpecial KnowledgeExpert Knowledge:I want to convince the principal to let students wea...
The Tree of Rhetoric              LogicalEmotional                        Credibility
Classical GreekOratory
Classical OrationIntroduction (Exordium):beginning the web, draw interestNarration (Narratio): factual info,define the pro...
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  1. 1. Argument
  2. 2. TheGreeks
  3. 3. Rhetoric
  4. 4. RhetoricThe ways we convince people to do, think,or say what we want
  5. 5. The Tree of Rhetoric
  6. 6. The Tree of RhetoricLogos
  7. 7. The Tree of Rhetoric PathosLogos
  8. 8. The Tree of Rhetoric PathosLogos Ethos
  9. 9. Logical
  10. 10. LogosSyllogism:All students want to LearnBrenda is a StudentBrenda Wants to Learn
  11. 11. Logos Commonplace--Audience alreadyEnthymeme: believes thisAll students want to LearnBrenda is a StudentBrenda Wants to Learn
  12. 12. LogosDeductive Reasoning: Reasoning from PrinciplesWe all know that freedom is better thanslavery, so a freer school system is clearlybetter for allInductive Reasoning: Reasoning from ExperienceIn every school system we studied, those withlater start times had better attendance andTest Scores
  13. 13. LogosCause/Effect:If we start school later, Students will learn more
  14. 14. The Tree of Rhetoric Pathos
  15. 15. Emotional
  16. 16. PathosHow we appeal to the feelings of our audience in order tomove them.
  17. 17. EmotionalFear, Discrimination, RevengeLove, C harity, Brotherhood
  18. 18. EmotionalUse of Figurative Speech: metaphors, rhetorical questions,parallelism
  19. 19. Is Pathos more or less Effective/Fairthan Logos in Argumenation?
  20. 20. The Tree of Rhetoric Ethos
  21. 21. Credibility
  22. 22. CredibilityPersuading by convincing the audience that the speaker isworth listening to
  23. 23. CredibilityTrustworthiness
  24. 24. CredibilityTrustworthinessSimilarity
  25. 25. CredibilityTrustworthinessSimilaritySpecial Knowledge
  26. 26. CredibilityTrustworthinessSimilaritySpecial KnowledgeExpert Knowledge
  27. 27. CredibilityTrustworthinessSimilaritySpecial KnowledgeExpert Knowledge:I want to convince the principal to let students wearpolitical messages on their t-shirts. Which ethos issuesshould I consider?
  28. 28. The Tree of Rhetoric LogicalEmotional Credibility
  29. 29. Classical GreekOratory
  30. 30. Classical OrationIntroduction (Exordium):beginning the web, draw interestNarration (Narratio): factual info,define the problemConfirmation (Confirmatio): detailabout the arguments, the nuts andbolts of your caseRefutation (Refutatio): addressescounter-arguments, consideraudienceConclusion (Peroratio): satisfyingclose

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