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Journal. Kairos : When will you tell the person ? ( What’s going on before/after you tell them?) Audience: Who are you telling? What’s their age or other important details? Decorum: What language will you use, or how will you phrase this news?.

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Journal

  • Kairos: When will you tell the person? (What’s going on before/after you tell them?)
  • Audience: Who are you telling? What’s their age or other important details?
  • Decorum: What language will you use, or how will you phrase this news?

You have been given the task of relaying sad news to someone—their beloved family pet has died.

Write a scene, letter or dialogue showing your use and understanding of kairos, audience and decorum.

with this in mind
With this in mind…
  • Rhetoric:
    • Content
    • Form
  • When presenting rhetoric, consider:
    • Kairos
    • Audience
    • Decorum

(We will continue to delve deeper into these subjects as the year progresses!)

classwork we re going to listen to excerpts from popular speeches
Classwork:We’re going to listen to excerpts from popular speeches!
  • As you listen to each excerpt, take note of things that stand out to you as an example of “good rhetoric”
  • Try and identify the speaker or the audience of the speech
  • When might this speech have been given?
  • Can you identify any examples of “decorum” in the speech just from listening to it?
1 teddy roosevelt duties of american citizenship january 26 1883 buffalo new york to ny assembly
#1Teddy Roosevelt“Duties of American Citizenship”January 26, 1883; Buffalo, New York to NY Assembly