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Evaluating Speakers 1

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Brittany Meador

on 20 January 2014

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Transcript of Evaluating Speakers 1

Group Practice 1
Watch the assigned video clip and complete the graphic organizer as a group.
Words to Know
Evaluate:
to judge the value of something in a careful & thoughtful way
Point of View:
a position or opinion about something
Reasoning:
thinking about something in a logical way
Evidence:
facts that show something is true
Rhetoric:
language that is intended to influence people
Rhetorical
Devices
Learning Target
I can
evaluate
a speaker's
point of view
,
reasoning
, and use of
evidence
and
rhetoric
.
Evaluating Speakers:
Part 1

This Means I Can:
Directions: Rewrite the learning target in your own words.
Analogy
A comparison between two things


In this example, car accidents are being compared to the actions of an angry teenage girl.
Anecdote
A very short story used to illustrate a point.

In this clip, the janitor uses his personal story to persuade Rudy to not quit the team.
Diction
Speaker's word choice
Did you count how many times Kid President said the word "Awesome"? His word choice inspired me to be awesome. Now, what about you?!
Figurative Language
Imagery, simile, metaphor, alliteration, personification, onomatopoeia, hyperbole are all examples of figurative language.
The coach's vivid description of a bloody Civil War battlefield is an example of imagery. That imagery helped bring the team together.
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