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Student Presentation: The Rhetorical Situation
Transcript of Student Presentation: The Rhetorical Situation
What Constitutes a Rhetorical Situation?
call to attention
AUDIENCE: Who you are writing to shapes your writing
Slideshows (e.g. PowerPoint)
Microblogs (e.g. Twitter)
Stance: Attitude informs your writing.
Kunka, Jennifer. “Understanding Writing: The
Rhetorical Situation.” Purdue University Writing
Lab, 2000. Powerpoint
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Who you are affects how you write:
Your reason for writing informs your writing.
Where and when your writing will be read shapes the way your writing is received.