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Arts and Humanities
Fleming Final: The Art of Rhetoric Focus
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What rhetorical strategies does an orator or writer employ to create ethos?
By speaking confidently, by being an expert/authority on a topic, by discussing a topic of good morals, and showing a credible and trustworthy character.
What rhetorical strategies does an orator or writer employ to create pathos?
By using imagery, simile, metaphor and vivid language to stir emotions, like anger, guilt, and/or joy in the audience to persuade them to take action.
What rhetorical strategies does an orator or writer employ to create logos?
By using facts, statistics, numbers, dates, and/or concrete evidence to support their claim.
What does ethos stand for?
Ethics- credibility-trustworthy character
What does pathos stand for?
Emotions; path to the heart (examples: joy, happiness, anger, sadness, guilt);
What does logos stand for?
Logic and reason
What is a rhetorical question?
A question that makes people think and can be unanswered.
Who created the 3 appeals?
What do you call the person delivering the speech?
Orator or speaker
The speaker delivers the speech to whom?
The speaker organizes the speech to convince the audience by presenting which writing genre?
An argument hopes to accomplish something and has a claim also called what?
The thesis and purpose.
Besides a valid claim/thesis and reasons, what else is vital to an argument? HINT (the other side)
What is parallel structure?
Using the same sentence structure to point out a similarity for ideas.
What is an apostrophe?
Directly addressing an absent or imaginary person or an abstract concept as if it were present or could reply.
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