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Random Robin Facts
Logos, Pathos, Ethos
What are Appeals? (the judges will also accept “the triangle”)
This is sticking in the author’s “craw”… it compels the author to convey a message.
What is Exigence?
I am influenced by your message.
Who is the Audience?
A piece of text containing hyperbole
What is a vehicle fueled by a device?
Rhetorically analyze this Jeopardy game. Include all aspects of the analysis.
Response is inclusive of appeals, devices,
purpose, exigence, author, and audience.
Curt Lemon dies this way.
What is by stepping on a land mine?
What is another word for carry?
One criterion of
“How to Tell a True War Story”
What is “a true war story….”?
O’Brien purposely omits the nouns that the pronouns stand for.
What is antecedent?
The voluntary vs. involuntary theme carries itself throughout both O’Brien vignettes in this way.
Open for interpretation… (judges discretion)
This is a theme.
What is something that weaves itself throughout an entire text?
This is one of our ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS for 1Q.
“Is TRUTH real?”
“Is truth a simple game or a complex tenet of humanity?”
“How does truth affect American society and ideology?”
This is how proximity affects a tragedy.
What is the closer you are, the more likely
you are to feel empathy?
The primary difference between “Goodnight Saigon” and TTC.
“Goodnight Saigon” utilizes poetry and music as a vehicle / TTC utilizes text and the art of storytelling as a vehicle.
TTC is not real.
Defend this perspective.
Did you follow the prompt?
The judges are listening!
This is beautiful, yet catastrophic at the same time.
What is sublime?
What is a statement that is contradictory, yet makes sense nonetheless?
Perceivable by sound.
What is something that is concrete?
A relationship with two parts with different perspectives that is inseparable.
What is a dichotomy?
Explain how the prefixes “a” and “an/anti” differ AND provide example.
Show the difference between
negation and opposites
Mr. Robin attended this university – TWICE!
What is DePaul?
Mr. Robin’s girlfriend’s name is…
What is Robin?
Mr. Robin loves this kind of music.
What is hi-octane piano rock?
If Mr. Robin were a superhero, he’d be...
Who is Robin?
Mr. Robin will end class with this expression.
What is “peace, love, recycle” OR in a squeaky voice “have a good day, Mr. Robin!”?
Create a scenario in which you utilize
the author / audience model. Go through
all of the steps, including the rhetorical
triangle, AND make sure that you utilize
either a rhetorical device as fuel for the
vehicle OR a brief analysis on tragedy.
subject to interpretation