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Student Presentation: The Rhetorical Situation

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Transcript of Student Presentation: The Rhetorical Situation

THE RHETORICAL SITUATION
What Constitutes a Rhetorical Situation?
Author/Artist
Audience
Purpose
Genre/Medium
Stance
Context

Author/Artist
Purpose

to educate
to persuade
to educate
call to attention
to shock

AUDIENCE: Who you are writing to shapes your writing
Interests
Occupation
Gender
Education
Ethnicity
Age



GENRE
Letters
Lists
Proposals
Short stories
Essays
Analyses
Songs
Slideshows (e.g. PowerPoint)
Microblogs (e.g. Twitter)


MEDIUM/GENRE
GENRE:

Letters
Lists
Proposals
Short stories
Essays
Analyses
Songs
Slideshows
(e.g. PowerPoint)
Microblogs
(e.g. Twitter)

CONTEXT


Political Climate
Cultural Climate
Location
Current Events
Stance: Attitude informs your writing.


Argumentative
Humorous
Serious
Academic
Formal
Casual

Kunka, Jennifer. “Understanding Writing: The
Rhetorical Situation.” Purdue University Writing
Lab, 2000. Powerpoint

"About YourDictionary." YourDictionary, n.d. Web. 19
September 2013. <http:/
www.yourdictionary.com/about.html>.

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download/134991>



BIBLIOGRAPHY
Who you are affects how you write:

Gender
Ethnicity
Education
Occupation
Age
Experience
Interests
History
Your reason for writing informs your writing.
MEDIUM

Print
Digital
Clay
Oil
Wood
Where and when your writing will be read shapes the way your writing is received.
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