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As you settle into your seats…. Make a name tag/name tent. Use the sheet of blank paper given and a marker from the front of the room (sample on front table). Write your name clearly so Ms. Haseltine can see it! *Don’t destroy the tags/tents- I’ll collect them for future use*  .

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as you settle into your seats
As you settle into your seats…
  • Make a name tag/name tent.
  • Use the sheet of blank paper given and a marker from the front of the room (sample on front table).
  • Write your name clearly so Ms. Haseltine can see it!

*Don’t destroy the tags/tents- I’ll collect them for future use* 

daily vocab
Daily Vocab
  • Define the following with a DICTIONARY!
  • Tone
  • Diction
  • Ethos
  • Logos
  • Pathos
  • Enthymeme

*You will need to keep these words/definitions*

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Tone: style of manner of expression in speaking or writing

  • Diction: choice of words
  • Ethos: an appeal to character, to demonstrate credibility and trustworthiness
  • Logos: appeal to reason by offering clear, rational ideas
  • Pathos: appeal to emotion
  • Enthymeme: unstated—but implied—point the author makes
next we will discuss for content
Next…We will discuss for content
  • Get out your annotated article from last class and start thinking about the following question:
    • “What do you think about the costs and benefits of junior year as they relate to you personally?”
      • Pick a passage/line from the article to support your thinking.
introduction to rhetoric using the available means
Introduction to Rhetoric: Using the “Available Means”
  • Objective: Be able to define rhetoric
    • Take notes!
  • In a small group, arrange the cards labeled “audience,” “speaker” and “subject” in an order that demonstrates how you think these words are related.
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Rhetoric: the art of persuasive and effective speaking and writing

  • Audience, subject, speaker are key elements
aristotle s rhetorical triangle
Aristotle’s Rhetorical Triangle!

Interaction among subject, speaker, and audience determines the language and structure of the argument.

course goals
Course Goals:

By the end of this course, you should be able to:

  • Analyze the arguments presented by others (in other words, be able to understand how another writer creates his/her argument)
  • Write persuasively and effectively yourself
seriously corny rhetoric rap
Seriously Corny Rhetoric Rap
  • www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2Dtmhk6vJw
  • Write down one thing learned about “rhetoric” while you watch
looking at the article through a different lens
Looking at the article through a different lens…
  • Please take out “High School’s Worst Year”

STEP 1:

With your group, decide what is the “enthymeme” or the unstated point that the author is trying to make.

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STEP 2:

Who do you think the audience is?

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STEP 3:

How does the author try and convince the audience of her point of view? What writing techniques do you see?

(You do not have a lot of formal names for what this author is doing yet, but do your best to describe the techniques anyway.)

step 4 sum it up create a thesis statement
STEP 4: Sum it up…Create a thesis statement!
  • By _((insert technique(s))_________,

Kaufman tries to convince____________ that

__(Insert your argument)_______________.

in summary
In Summary:
  • Rhetoric: the art of persuasive and effective speaking and writing
  • Thinking about the Rhetorical Triangle will help you to analyze arguments and create your own
  • We will work this year analyze the techniques others use to create their arguments (this is where annotating comes in!), and then, of course, work to create our own.