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10th Grade EnglishThursday 17 Oct. 2013
  • AGENDA
  • Journal on Rhetorical Strategies
  • Mini-lesson on IDing Rhetorical Strategies
  • ID Rhetorical Strategies in Brutuss Speech
  • Vocabulary Charades
  • HOMEWORK
  • STUDY ACT III VOCABULARY FOR 20 MINUTES TONIGHT.
  • Act III Comprehension and Vocab Test on Tuesday,
    10/22

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Learning Targets
  1. I can list at least 3 strategies for ethos, 3
    strategies for pathos, and 3 strategies for
    logos.
  2. I can identify a moment in Brutuss speech where
    he appeals to ethos, appeals to pathos, or
    appeals to logos.
  3. I can explain why the set of lines demonstrates
    an appeal to ethos, pathos, and/or logos.
  4. I can identify other rhetorical strategies in
    Brutuss speech, and explain what effect they
    have on the crowd.

3
Journals
  • Please put todays date on the first line
  • 17 Oct. 2013
  • Label this Journal Strategies for Ethos, Pathos
    and Logos

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LOGOSDefinition
  • Logos
  • An appeal to logic and reason
  • Example
  • School uniforms should be required because it
    would then be easier for staff to recognize
    intruders.

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LOGOS
  • Strategies
  • Evidence
  • Examples and illustrations
  • Facts, statistics
  • Precedents, laws
  • Organization
  • Process
  • Comparison/contrast
  • Division/classification
  • Cause/effect
  • Definition, description

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PATHOSDefinition
  • Pathos
  • An appeal to emotional reaction
  • Example
  • School uniforms should be required because it
    alleviates students fear of looking different
    and being picked on because of their clothes.
  • Suzy Jo McGuillicutty retells the story of when
    she was made fun of and beaten up because she
    wore the same blouse two days in a row. Sobbing,
    she conjures up painful memories of not fitting
    in.

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PATHOS
  • Strategies
  • Inspiring feeling/empathy/sympathy
  • Anger, pride, guilt, love, shame, hope, etc.
  • Awareness of opposition
  • Awareness of audience's cultural and emotional
    background
  • Race, age, sex, physical characteristics, habits
  • Economic or educational level
  • Religious or political affiliation
  • Ethnicity, country of birth, citizenship,
    location
  • Awareness of audience concerns
  • Needs, values, beliefs of groups audience
    belongs to

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ETHOSDefinition
  • Ethos
  • An appeal based on your own credibility.
  • Example
  • In my own observations as a student teacher in
    the Clark County School District in Las Vegas,
    NV, I discovered that on uniform days, behavior
    referrals decreased to nearly none, whereas on
    dress free days, referrals spiked to as much as
    ten times as many.

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ETHOS
  • Strategies
  • Credibility (common sense)
  • Familiarity with subject
  • Awareness of broad perspective
  • Character (virtue)
  • Respect others' values
  • Value welfare of others
  • Show integrity, trustworthiness, open-mindedness
  • Confidence (good will)
  • Show self-understanding
  • Understand audiences needs
  • Treat audience as equal

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Evaluate Brutuss funeral speech
  • Which methods of persuasion does he use?
  • Logos, pathos, ethos?
  • Why?
  • Within these methods, what rhetorical/literary
    devices are used to support his argument?
  • Verbal Irony speaker says one thing but means
    the exact opposite
  • Rhetorical Questions a question asked to produce
    an effect, not to elicit a response
  • Connotation an idea or feeling that a word
    invokes in addition to its literal meaning
    (10.19.11 if needed)
  • Repetition repeating a word or phrase to produce
    an effect
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