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Copy of Aristotle's Rhetorical Triangle

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Stacy Roeming

on 27 August 2014

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Transcript of Copy of Aristotle's Rhetorical Triangle

Aristotle's Rhetorical Triangle
(Ethos)
(pathos)
(logos)
How can I find the best logic to state my case?
How can I appeal to the reader's values? emotions?
It is incredibly important to know
your audience when you make
emotional appeals.
Otherwise, the effect may be lost
We see examples of Pathos every day on television.
How can you, as authors, build this trust
in your readers?
And all of the materials and techniques used to make it...
The Viewers
What seems like a logical argument might not be very sound...
BEWARE!!!
SPEAKER
SUBJECT
AUDIENCE
Am I knowledgeable? Do I communicate well? How can I present myself as credible? Worthy of listening to? Somebody to dance with?
anecdotes
believable observations
surveys
researched data
appeals to authorities
written sources
distinguish fact from opinion
sources my audience will trust
recent data
typical - not extreme - examples
PURPOSE
CONTEXT
historic
social
cultural
economic
(Construct Rhetorical Techniques Based on Audience & Purpose)
Common Core ELA Standards>>Writing>>Grades 11-12
1. Write arguments to support claims in an analysis of substantive topics or texts, using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence
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