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Persuasion and Fahrenheit 451. RHETORICAL DEVICES IN PERSUASION - Arguments. Appeals: to logic through reasoning to emotion to ethical arguments/beliefs through personal anecdotes (stories) through research , evidence through analogy (comparison). Responding in Writing.

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rhetorical devices in persuasion arguments
RHETORICAL DEVICES IN PERSUASION - Arguments

Appeals:

  • to logic through reasoning
  • to emotion
  • to ethical arguments/beliefs
  • through personal anecdotes (stories)
  • throughresearch, evidence
  • throughanalogy (comparison)
responding in writing
Responding in Writing

Directions:

  • Find corresponding quote and page number
  • Cite the argument being used
number 1 page 7
Number 1:Page 7
  • From Clarisse we learn how people feel about firefighters. How can this be used in persuasion?
number 2 page 7
Number 2:Page 7
  • What is significant about Montag’s childhood memory? How can it be used as persuasion?
number 3 page 9
Number 3:Page 9
  • How is Clarisse’s uncle connected to the theme of the story? How can this be used as persuasion?
number 4 page 13
Number 4:Page 13
  • What is wrong with Mildred? How can this be used as persuasion?
number 5 page 33
Number 5:Page 33
  • How are the firefighters described? How can this be used as persuasion?
number 6 page 39 and 40
Number 6:Page 39 and 40
  • What is the significance of Mrs. Blake’s death? How can this be used as persuasion?
number 7 page 51
Number 7:Page 51
  • Notice the contrast between Montag’s reaction to Mrs. Blake’s death and Mildred’s - how can this be used as persuasion?
number 8 page 57 and 58
Number 8:Page 57 and 58
  • Notice Beatty’s description of society - how can this be used as persuasion?
number 9 page 73
Number 9:Page 73
  • What has gone unnoticed for years? How can this be used as persuasion?
number 10 page 83 86
Number 10:Page 83 - 86
  • What three things does society need? How can this be used as persuasion?
number 11 page 87
Number 11:Page 87
  • What has happened to actors and historians? How can this be used as persuasion?
number 12 page 101
Number 12:Page 101
  • How do the women feel about their marriages and children? How can this be used as persuasion?
number 13 page 106
Number 13:Page 106
  • How are Beatty’s quotes significant? How can this be used as persuasion?
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RAFT

R= Role

A= Audience

F= Format 

T= Topic

S= Strong Verbs

respond in writing
Respond in Writing
  • Fahrenheit 451 quotes use page numbers √
  • List the arguments √
  • Tell me how Montag was persuaded to change from a person who does not ask questions to a thinker (or from a fool to the opposite of a fool).