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The Rhetoric

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Alexa Gallegos

on 26 November 2013

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Transcript of The Rhetoric

Rhetorical Theory
Canons of Rhetoric
Integration
Tradition: Rhetorical
Context: Public/Retorical
Approach to Knowing: Positive and Interpretive
Assumptions of
The Rhetoric
Effective public speakers must consider their audience.
Effective public speakers use a number of proofs in their presentations.
Effective public speakers must consider their audience.
Integration of reasoning in speech
Arrangement
Organization of speech
by Alex Reyes,
Brianna Callado,
Julian Herrera
Alexa Gallegos

Rhetoric
Communication as a "practical art"
Public Speaking and its functions in society
Aristotle's Definition
The available means of persuasion
Communication is a transactional process
"Speaker-audience relationship must be acknowledged
Audience analysis- A process of evaluating an audience and its background.
Aristotle's point of view
Effective public speakers use a number of proofs in their presentations.
Invention
Style
Use of language in speech
Delivery
Effective delivery eliminates anxiety
Syllogisms
3 tiered argument
Set of propositions related to one another by drawing a conclusion form major and minor premises'.
A B
Types of Rhetoric
B c
Therefore, A C
Logical Consistency
Heurism
Test of Time
Structure of speech, Aristotle believed canons were certain guidelines that needed to be followed to have a compelling speech.
Deliberative
Also called political speech
Associated with the future
What an audience will do or think as a result.
Epideicitc Rhetoric
Ceremonial speaking
related to praising or blaming
Usual focused on social issues
Critique
Forensic Rhetoric
Establishing a fact
rhetoric in justice
prompting feelings of guilt or innocence from an audience
Found in the courtroom
Rhetorical Tradition
Aristotle
Son of Physician
Plato was his Mentor
Differences between Plato & Aristotle
Sophists
Public Speakers
Memory
Storing information in the
speaker's mind
When do you think public speaking is important?
Which canon do you find most important when giving a speech?
When giving a speech, what feedback can you get from your audience? (negative or positive)

When Camille starts crying in the middle of her speech, what proof is being presented?

When Camille brings up statistics on drunk driving, what proof is being presented?

When Camille explains how she personally was affected by someone drunk driving, what proof is being presented?
Following the three tiered argument make up your own that follows the argument structure.
In your groups
Which of the following is NOT an assumption?

A. A speaker must speak loud and clear when presenting.
B. Effective public speakers must consider their audience.
C. Effective public speakers use a number of proofs in their presentations.
Connect the related
A. Forensic


B. Epideictic


C. Deliberative
1. Someone giving a eulogy

2. An attorney in a court room

3. The president giving a speech
Tips for Public Speaking
1. Know your material.
2. Practice. Practice. Practice!
3. Relax
4. Transform nervous energy into enthusiasm.
5. Body language/ eye contact
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