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Rhetorical Analysis

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Jessica Torres

on 16 April 2015

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Transcript of Rhetorical Analysis

English, duh!
Examples:
Fear, pity, flattery, spite, wishful thinking
Rhetorical Analysis
Part I
Purpose
Logos
Commentary
DIDLS

Pathos
Ethos -
SOAPS -
Tone
Audience
Effect
Reason
Facts
Statistics
Reasoning
compelling to the reader´s logic
(numbers, reality, 2+2=4)
Credibility
The author uses his background to make his opinion seem credible, and convince the audience
Knowledge + experience + boasting about it= credibility
"I know what I am talking about", I am expert in this area
More than
HALF
your essay should be commentary.
The writer uses emotions to captivate the audience
Figurative Language
Metaphor
"I am no different from you I too have suffered, I too have felt poverty and political injustice, elect me."
Simile
Rhetorical Question
Allusion
Hyperbole
Personification
Overall feeling of the text
HEAVILY marked by diction and author´s emotions while writing the passage
"The son of DIDLS"

Diction
"The choice and use of words and phrases in speech or writing."
Speaker
Occasion
Audience
Purpose
Subject
Writer's Intent
From this example...
This shows that...
By this, the author...
The intended effect of this...
Intended reader
Explain?
Inform?
"Dr. Sanchez prescribed Epinephrine to a patient with cardiac arrest and his patient survived. Therefore, epinephrine is a good medicine for patients undergoing cardiac arrest."
Anger?
Persuade?
CREDIBILITY
Diction
Imagery
Details
Language
Syntax
How is the reader's opinion changed?
"Mrs. Cano explained SOAPS to mean Speaker, Occasion, Audience, Purpose, and Subject. Therefore, I know that is what it stands for."
Beliefs
Emotional Appeal
WHO?
WHAT?
WHY?
HOW?
Who is the author speaking to?
What is the author talking about?
What reaction does the author expect from his audience?
How does the author express/support his argument or statement?
LEAVE ANY OF US OUT... NO THOROUGH ANALYSIS!!
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C
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language"
Not colorful, yet descriptive
Close relative of Imagery
Long sentences
How sentences are made to generate a specific effect
"sentence structure"
Syntax
Details
Further, and more depth full explanation of the subject
The type of words the author uses, not how he writes them, but the words.
Formal, clinical or jargon
Language
Imagery
Words= Thoughts
Rhetorical Strategies
"The fresh and juicy orange was very cold and sweet"
"Sizzling,red,aromatic, sensual and delicious bacon"
"The girl ran her hands on a soft satin fabric"
Parallelism
Appeals to our
physical senses
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http://prezi.com/tmkiemxlc9-a/visual-analysis/
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