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Daily Learning Target: I can apply the six parts of the persuasive speech as well as ethos, pathos, and logos in order to create and compose a persuasive speech using relevant evidence from a variety of sources.

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Daily Learning Target: I can apply the six parts of the persuasive speech as well as ethos, pathos, and logos in order to create and compose a persuasive speech using relevant evidence from a variety of sources.

Monday, January 28, 2013Bell Ringer: Use your knowledge of Aristotle’s persuasive appeals (logos, ethos, and pathos) and the six parts of the persuasive speech to answer the Bell ringer questions. You will use your clicker.

essential questions with a partner respond to the following questions
Essential Questions: With a partner respond to the following questions.
  • Why is it important to incorporate Aristotle's persuasive techniques (ethos, pathos, and logos) in persuasive writing?
  • What are the six parts of the persuasive speech? Define each part.
six parts of the persuasive speech
Six Parts of the Persuasive Speech
  • Exordium-introduction (hook)
  • Narration- background
  • Partition- thesis
  • Confirmation- (claim, evidence, and commentary)
  • Refutation- opposition
  • Conclusion- Sum up and leave the listener wanting more
tips for writing the first draft
Tips for Writing the First Draft
  • Use your graphic organizer and research notes to complete an index card for each claim.
  • On your index card, write down the facts that pertain to your claim. Remember, your claim must be supported with evidence.
  • After you have filled out your index card, begin writing the first draft of your paper.
remember
Remember….
  • Hook the listener in the exordium. Use a rhetorical question, quote, or an allusion. You may use your cell phone if you need to further research this part.
  • The narration must have a brief background about your topic.
  • The partition is your thesis or “I believe…” statement.
  • The confirmation includes your three claims, the evidence, and your commentary.
  • In the refutation, make sure you include the opposition. How would someone who opposes your belief statement respond to your claims?
  • The conclusion sums up your paper. Restate the belief statement or thesis and leave the audience with a quote, question, or an allusion.
  • Make sure you know where ethos, pathos, and logos is used.
exit slip
Exit Slip
  • Label the parts of your first draft with the six parts of the persuasive speech.