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Rhetorical Arts Integration

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James Bunker

on 18 January 2018

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Transcript of Rhetorical Arts Integration

Integrating Rhetoric, Writing, and Speech
INTEGRATION
Theme
Emphasis
How Do We Do This?
Portfolios & Assignments
Instruction
Assessment
THEME
CIVIC ENGAGEMENT
ENGAGED CITIZENS
Involved in Issues & Seek Information
Communicate Responsibly to Make a Difference
Committed to Causes Greater than Themselves
Contribute to the Common Good
Well Informed and Thoughtful
"Civic engagement means working to make a difference in the civic life of our communities and developing the combination of knowledge, skills, values and motivation to make that difference. It means promoting the quality of life in a community, through both political and non-political processes."
EMPHASIS
Writing and Speech
Argumentation Genre
COURSE SCHEDULE
HOW DO WE ACHIEVE ACHIEVE THIS


Rhetorical Background
Informative Portfolio
Persuasive Portfolio
Collaborative Portfolio
Assignments
Areas of Instruction
Assessment
Rhetorical Background
What is Rhetoric?
Art of winning the soul by discourse
All available means of persuasion
Art of speaking well
Instrumental form of language
Art and study of human communication
Mode for altering reality
Influence behavior through strategic symbol usage
RHETORIC HAS FIVE BASIC FEATURES
Persuasive
Symbolic
Involves and responds to an audience
Establishes what is probably true
Analytic and inventive
THE THREE APPEALS
Ethos
Pathos
Logos
Ethics
Emotion
Logic
Combine to persuade audiences
Aristotle
Rhetorical Appeals
FIVE PARTS OF THE RHETORICAL SITUATION
Rhetor
Text
Audience
Exigence
Constraints
Each of these elements must be examined to determine the most effective way to approach a rhetorical situation
Fitting Response
FIVE CANONS OF RHETORIC

JESUIT RHETORICAL TRADITION
The Good Person Writing and Speaking Well
for the
COMMON GOOD
COMMUNICATION APPREHENSION
INFORMATIVE PORTFOLIO
ASSIGNMENTS
TOPICS
PRECIS PAPER
RHETORICAL ANALYSIS PAPER
Write a 3-4 page rhetorical analysis of one stakeholder
Cite three primary and two scholarly sources
Proper A.P.A. form
Informative Speech
INSTRUCTION
Argument Genre
Arrangement
Introductions and Conclusions
Evidence
A.P.A. and Oral Citations
Outlining Fundamentals
Peer Review
Basic Speech Techniques
Speech Organization
Argument Structure
Outlines and Podiums
ASSESSMENT
PERSUASIVE PORTFOLIO
ASSIGNMENTS
Annotated Bibliography
Argument Paper
Persuasive Speech
INSTRUCTION
Annotated Bibs
How to Write Argument Essays
Argument Structure
Counter Arguments
Synthesis
Revision
Topical Sentence Outlines
Speech Delivery
Visual Aids
Persuasive Organizational Patterns
Keyword Outlines/ Note cards
No Podium
ASSESSMENT
COLLABORATIVE PORTFOLIO
ASSIGNMENTS
Portfolio Overview
Conflict Analysis Paper
Collaborative Presentation
INSTRUCTION
How to Work in Groups
Stakeholder Identification
Revision
Delivery, Language, Style
Presentational Technology
Opportunity
Discuss Outlines with Groups
Discuss Graphics & Visual Evidence
Visual Rhetoric
ASSESSMENT
Topic Selection Worksheets
Precis Paper
Rhetorical Analysis
Informative Speech
RHETORICAL ARTS
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