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Rhetorical Devices (persuasive techniques)

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Rhetorical Devices (persuasive techniques)
Lesson Objectives
To understand, use and recognise rhetorical devices in speech.
Identify the rhetorical device:
1. Lords, ladies and gentleman.
Maoam
Challenge!
You are desperate to go to a party at a friend's house. Your parent is adamant that, following your late arrival home after the last party, you are not allowed to go. Your task is to persuade your parent to change their mind using as many techniques as you can.
Who hates wearing school uniform?
Think of
3
rhetorical devices to persuade us that uniform is an
excellent
idea.
2. Hello, hello, hello.
3. It's as simple as black and white.
Listing/rule of 3 and alliteration
Repetition
Simile
e.g. 95% of students who wear a uniform achieve better grades by the time they leave school.
Practise the conversation you would have in pairs.
Those who use the most rhetorical devices will win the
MAOAM
sweets and
VIVOs
!
Plenary - Feedback
what have we learned?
To use rhetorical devices in speech to persuade.
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