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KFC 3/ 26/ 14. What, in your opinion, was the most powerful part of your reading last night? Why? Remember to give specific examples from the text. Mr. DeGrazia 12 th Grade World Lit. The Book thief. Rhetoric. Today we are going to discuss the three main types of rhetoric.

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Kfc 3 26 14

KFC 3/26/14

  • What, in your opinion, was the most powerful part of your reading last night? Why? Remember to give specific examples from the text.


Mr degrazia 12 th grade world lit

Mr. DeGrazia

12th Grade World Lit.

The Book thief


Rhetoric

Rhetoric

  • Today we are going to discuss the three main types of rhetoric.

  • Have your notebooks and pens out, because you will need to take notes on this.


Rhetorical devices

Rhetorical Devices

  • Ethos – moral character

  • Pathos – emotions

  • Logos – logic and reason


Partner reading

Partner Reading:”

  • You are your partner are going to read “The Idiot and the Coatman.

  • As you read, you are going to identify different types of rhetoric used and add these to your graphic organizer.


Reflection

Reflection

  • What examples of rhetoric did you find. Describe the example and explain what type of rhetoric it is.


Reflection1

Reflection

  • On page 401, Frau Diller spits at Hans’ feet and calls him a ‘… dirty Jew lover.” In the context of this novel, is this an example of rhetoric? If so, what is the author trying to persuade you to?


Reflection2

Reflection

  • On page 403, it says the Gestapo had come for Rudy.

  • Why do you think they are coming for him? Based on your prediction, do you think there is any type of rhetoric involved in this plot development?


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