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Aristotle's Rhetorical Triangle

Ethos, Logos, and Pathos are the primary focus of this lesson. Also covered are argumentative arrays, evidence, and types of argumentative structures. Without the information in this presentation, the other prezis will make no sense.
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Transcript of Aristotle's Rhetorical Triangle

Ethos: Credibility
Knowledgable
Virtuous
Experienced
Credentialed
Good-Willed
Logos: Logic
Anger
Desire
Humor
Patriotism
Pride
Indignant
Resentment
Contentment
Fear
Wonder
Shame
Affection
Disgust
Aversion
Attraction
Shock
Safe
Important
Useful
Anticipation
Joy
Love
Hate
Satisfaction
Envy
Anxiety
Dissapointment
Sad
Happy
The Rhetorical Triangle
Action
Stop Action
To Think
To Understand
To Believe
To Feel
But Only to the Occasion
Issue
Audience
Positive Feelings
Negative Feelings
"When I was in Vietnam..."
.."since overtraining is a common problem..."
"What allows the cells to perform this function are the chloroplasts..."
"When I was growing up, my parents went through a rough divorce..."
"One out of three people generally believe that..."
When Schoupenhauer said: "Those who can't: Teach," he was actually a professor talking smack on a more succesful professor..."
"I must admit, I have limited experience in..."
"Since I had to follow my heart, I decided to risk..."
"I understood that I would lose, but I had to morally..."
"When I donated my kidney..."
"In school, I had the hardest time in English class, but after..."
"In my nine years of teaching..."
"I earned my diploma in 1998"
"After earning National Board Certification..."
"When I won MVP for the season..."
"I have a drivers licence!"
"Even though it goes against my ideals, I still have to admit..."
"The actual decision has no effect on me, but I do know that it will adversely affect..."
"I understand how you feel, but I am concerned about what will happen to you if you decide to..."
Giving statistics to persuade a five year old...
Trust me, I'm a doctor! Now hand me that baking sheet and spatula.
Loaded Words
Extreme Evidence
Disturbing Details
Biased Information
Rhetoric is not a replacement for action, but prepares the hearts and minds of people to take the desired action.
Pathos: Evoking Emotion
The Three Appeals
"It would be the American thing to do..."
"Think about it, money, fame, love, and power. All can be yours if you simply..."
"If you do it, you'll end up getting killed or even worse!"
Disgust
Guilt
"And because you were too selfish to give money, they all ended up starving."
Some statements can be more than one appeal.
"When I lost my leg in the war, I learned who my friends really were."
Ethos & Pathos!
They all are used to make people:
Words can command and persuade people to take
Words can convince people to
If you have questions, ask Mr. Abuel!
A lot of pathos can be found on Maslow's Heirarchy of needs!
Every Persuasive Occasion
has Three Elements
1-Speaker
2-Message
3 -Audience
Every Speaker Needs To Establish...
Every Message Should be Structured Around...
Example/Proof -> Conclusion
y so x
"Mr.Abuel killed a student, so he should go to jail."
"Killing is wrong, so Mr. Abuel should go to jail."
Premise/Reason -> Conclusion
z so x
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