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AP Vocab 4: Rhetoric
Admonition
Allegory
Allusion
Anachronism
cautionary advice about something imminent; a firm rebut....w…
form of metaphor, but through action; an abstract/spiritual m…
Instance of an indirect reference; historical, mythological,…
Something that's out of chronological time; something referen…
Admonition
cautionary advice about something imminent; a firm rebut....w…
Allegory
form of metaphor, but through action; an abstract/spiritual m…
36 terms
AP Rhetoric
What is the initial definition of rhet…
What is the "unsavory (and undeserved)…
What is rhetor
How did quintilian define rhetor?
The art that humans use to process all the messages we send a…
its negative sense,describing something that has stylee but n…
A speaker or writer or listener
A Good person speaking well
What is the initial definition of rhet…
The art that humans use to process all the messages we send a…
What is the "unsavory (and undeserved)…
its negative sense,describing something that has stylee but n…
18 terms
AP Introduction to Rhetoric
SOAPSTone
rhetorical situation
exigence
kairos
acronym for Subject, Occasion, Audience, Purpose, Speaker, To…
the relationship between the occasion, context, purpose, audi…
a need or problem that requires rhetorical conversation; "an…
a speaker's ideal timing in a given rhetorical situation
SOAPSTone
acronym for Subject, Occasion, Audience, Purpose, Speaker, To…
rhetorical situation
the relationship between the occasion, context, purpose, audi…
20 terms
AP Chapter 1 Introduction to Rhetoric
Aristotelian or Rhetorical Triangle
Audience
Concession
Connotation
a diagram that illustrates the interrelationships among the s…
the listener, viewer, or reader of a text
acknowledgement that an opposing argument may be true or reas…
meanings or associations that readers have with a word beyond…
Aristotelian or Rhetorical Triangle
a diagram that illustrates the interrelationships among the s…
Audience
the listener, viewer, or reader of a text
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ap rhetoric
abstract
allegory
alliteration
allusion
refers to language that describes concepts rather than concre…
an extended narrative in prose or verse in which characters,…
repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words that…
a reference to a well-known person, place, or thing from lite…
abstract
refers to language that describes concepts rather than concre…
allegory
an extended narrative in prose or verse in which characters,…
30 terms
AP rhetoric
rhetoric
exigence
concession
ethos
the art of persuasive speaking or writing; sometimes has nega…
the context in which an argument is made; the situation, incl…
a rhetorical move in which you acknowledge the validity of a…
a rhetorical/persuasive move in which the credibility of the…
rhetoric
the art of persuasive speaking or writing; sometimes has nega…
exigence
the context in which an argument is made; the situation, incl…
120 terms
AP Language Rhetoric and Argument
fallacy
logos
pathos
ethos
an error in reasoning
an appeal to logic
an appeal to emotions
an appeal to author's credibility
fallacy
an error in reasoning
logos
an appeal to logic
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AP Rhetoric
anachronism
antithesis
catharsis
eponymous
a person, event, or element in a work of lit. that fails to c…
using parallel structure, it is a rhetorical device placing t…
cleansing of emotion, an audience experiences living vicariou…
a term for the title character of a work of lit.
anachronism
a person, event, or element in a work of lit. that fails to c…
antithesis
using parallel structure, it is a rhetorical device placing t…
24 terms
AP Lang: Vocab of Rhetoric
context
audience
author
speaker
Where and when the text was written, i.e. The historical/poli…
The specific group of people that the author is addressing; t…
The person who wrote the text; his/her perspective/cultural l…
The person telling the story. ... WARNING: this is not always t…
context
Where and when the text was written, i.e. The historical/poli…
audience
The specific group of people that the author is addressing; t…
AP Rhetoric
Kairos
Audience
Decorum
Logos
The opportune occasion for speech. Closing linked with Audien…
All rhetorically oriented discourse is composed in light f wh…
The appropriateness of style to subject. refers to audience a…
Appeal to reason
Kairos
The opportune occasion for speech. Closing linked with Audien…
Audience
All rhetorically oriented discourse is composed in light f wh…
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AP rhetoric
Alliteration
Assonance
Anadiplosis
Anaphora
Repetition of the initial consonant sounds beginning several…
Repetition of the same vowel sounds in words close to each ot…
...
...
Alliteration
Repetition of the initial consonant sounds beginning several…
Assonance
Repetition of the same vowel sounds in words close to each ot…
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AP Rhetorical
Abstract
Aesthetic
Allegory
Alliteration
Not related to the concrete properties of an object; pertaini…
Pertaining to the value of art for its own sake or for form
Narrative form in which characters and actions have meanings…
The repetition of initial consonant sounds or any vowel sound…
Abstract
Not related to the concrete properties of an object; pertaini…
Aesthetic
Pertaining to the value of art for its own sake or for form
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AP Lang Rhetoric and Rhetorical
Allegory
Allusion
Analogy
Anaphora
A symbol, figure, action, or imagery that conveys hidden mean…
An expression designed to call something to mind without expl…
A comparison between two things based on the nature
The use of a word to replace a word used earlier in a sentenc…
Allegory
A symbol, figure, action, or imagery that conveys hidden mean…
Allusion
An expression designed to call something to mind without expl…
18 terms
AP Review: Rhetoric
What does Aristotle's triangle describe?
What is the simple definition of rheto…
What should rhetoric never be?
How have people traditionally thought…
the interaction between the speaker, subject, audience
persuasion
manipulation
form of manipulation
What does Aristotle's triangle describe?
the interaction between the speaker, subject, audience
What is the simple definition of rheto…
persuasion
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AP Rhetoric 3
Inference/infer
Invective
Irony
Juxtaposition
To draw a reasonable conclusion from the information presented.
An emotionally violent, verbal denunciation or attack using s…
The contrast between what is stated explicitly and what is re…
When two words, phrases, images, ideas are placed close toget…
Inference/infer
To draw a reasonable conclusion from the information presented.
Invective
An emotionally violent, verbal denunciation or attack using s…
33 terms
AP Language Rhetoric
analogy
alliteration
hyperbole
invective
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
An extreme exaggeration to express strong emotion, make a poi…
abusive language used to insult another person or organization
analogy
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
alliteration
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
90 terms
AP rhetoric
Active voice
Alliteration
Anadiplosis
Analysis
The doer of the action is the subject and the receiver of the…
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning or in the…
The repetition of the last word of a clause at the beginning…
Closely examining elements in a text, such as its subject, st…
Active voice
The doer of the action is the subject and the receiver of the…
Alliteration
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning or in the…
29 terms
AP como rhetoric
Chiasmus
Antithesis
Analepsis
Parallelism
Love the life you live, live the life you love
Easy on the eyes, hard on the heart
How I met your mother flashback
Like Father like son
Chiasmus
Love the life you live, live the life you love
Antithesis
Easy on the eyes, hard on the heart
AP Lang- Rhetoric
Rhetorical Definition and Purpose
The Rhetorical Triangle
Exigence
Inartistic vs. Artistic Proofs
The analysis of language choices; how a text becomes artistic…
Sorry for the picture, feel free to look in notes for somethi…
An issue that causes someone to speak?
(As according to Aristotle) ... Inartistic- Quoting what others…
Rhetorical Definition and Purpose
The analysis of language choices; how a text becomes artistic…
The Rhetorical Triangle
Sorry for the picture, feel free to look in notes for somethi…
AP Lang Rhetoric Terms
abstract
ad homimen
allegory
alliteration
that which is intangible, not of the physical world
distorts the argument by attacking the opponents character, s…
a form of extended metaphor in which characters and/or story…
repetition of initial constant sound
abstract
that which is intangible, not of the physical world
ad homimen
distorts the argument by attacking the opponents character, s…
42 terms
11 AP Rhetoric Terms
Rhetoric
Audience
Context
Purpose
The study of persuasive, effective language; "Available means…
One's listener or readership; Those to whom a speech or piece…
The occasion or the time and place it was written or spoken
A goal that the speaker or writer wants to achieve
Rhetoric
The study of persuasive, effective language; "Available means…
Audience
One's listener or readership; Those to whom a speech or piece…
AP Language Rhetoric Vocabulary
allusion
audience
bias
claim
an indirect reference, often to another text or an historic e…
one's listener or readership; those to whom a speech or piece…
prejudice or predisposition toward one side of a subject or i…
an assertion, usually supported by evidence
allusion
an indirect reference, often to another text or an historic e…
audience
one's listener or readership; those to whom a speech or piece…
AP LANG RHETORIC TERMS
Rhetoric
Rhetorical Triangle
Discourse
Analysis
Art of communication... Refers to the entire process of written…
+context and purpose
"Conversation" between the text and the reader... Discussion on…
Breaking down/deconstructing of parts to examine how they cre…
Rhetoric
Art of communication... Refers to the entire process of written…
Rhetorical Triangle
+context and purpose
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AP Lang Rhetoric Term
ambiguity
analogy
anadiplosis
anaphora
multiple meanings intentional or unintentional ... Kids make goo…
a similarity between two different things or the relationship…
"doubling back" our doubt it our passion, our passion is our…
the repetition of a word or phrase at beginning of successive…
ambiguity
multiple meanings intentional or unintentional ... Kids make goo…
analogy
a similarity between two different things or the relationship…
120 terms
AP Language Rhetoric and Argument
fallacy
logos
pathos
ethos
an error in reasoning
an appeal to logic
an appeal to emotions
an appeal to author's credibility
fallacy
an error in reasoning
logos
an appeal to logic
39 terms
mvhs AP Lang Rhetoric
hyperbole
metaphor
aporia
parataxis
exaggeration
implied comparison of two unlike things
expression of doubt
a list of clauses without conjunctions
hyperbole
exaggeration
metaphor
implied comparison of two unlike things
AP Lang Rhetoric Terms
rhetoric
rhetorical purpose
diction
thesis
the art of persuasive writing and speaking
what the writer wants the audience to think/feel/do
the writer's word choice/use
main idea/the writer's point
rhetoric
the art of persuasive writing and speaking
rhetorical purpose
what the writer wants the audience to think/feel/do
28 terms
AP Rhetorical Devices
antithesis
anaphora
asyndeton
alliteration
Juxtaposition of contrasting words or ideas (often, although…
Repetition of the same word or group of words at the beginnin…
The omission of conjunctions between clauses, often resulting…
Repetition of the same letter or sound within nearby words. M…
antithesis
Juxtaposition of contrasting words or ideas (often, although…
anaphora
Repetition of the same word or group of words at the beginnin…
40 terms
AP English - Rhetoric Terms
narrative
description
definition
classification
telling a story
describing something
explaining the meaning of something
putting something into a category
narrative
telling a story
description
describing something
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AP Rhetoric Terms
audience
concession
connotation
context
the listener, viewer, or reader of a text
an acknowledgement that an opposing argument may be true or r…
meanings or associations that readers have with a word beyond…
circumstances, atmosphere, attitudes, and events surrounding…
audience
the listener, viewer, or reader of a text
concession
an acknowledgement that an opposing argument may be true or r…
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Rhetoric and Rhetorical Strategies (AP Lang)
appeal to fear
appeal to authority
unwarranted emotional appeals
bandwagon technique
fear is one of the most effective methods of controlling others
associated with fear, human beings seem reluctant to oppose a…
even unrestrained joy (the mania of a crowd) can persuade and…
everyone else is doing it; why not you, too? If you think oth…
appeal to fear
fear is one of the most effective methods of controlling others
appeal to authority
associated with fear, human beings seem reluctant to oppose a…
64 terms
AP English Rhetorical Terms
Tone
Deductive
Inductive
Premise
The general character or attitude of a piece of writing
Top Down, Starts with thesis/hypothesis and then is proven
Goes from General to Specific: Starts with a question and the…
Put forward as a truth but is opinion.
Tone
The general character or attitude of a piece of writing
Deductive
Top Down, Starts with thesis/hypothesis and then is proven
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AP Review Quiz #2- Rhetoric
paradox
juxtaposition
parallelism
alliteration
A statement or proposition that seems self-contradictory or a…
Placement of two things closely together to emphasize compari…
Phrases or sentences of a similar construction/meaning placed…
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
paradox
A statement or proposition that seems self-contradictory or a…
juxtaposition
Placement of two things closely together to emphasize compari…
AP Rhetoric terms #3
Propoganda
Name-calling
Glittering generalities
Plain folks appeal
That which is to be known
Labeling with bad connotation
Name-calling in reverse; positive connotation
Notion one is like everyone else
Propoganda
That which is to be known
Name-calling
Labeling with bad connotation
AP Rhetoric Words
Anaphora
Epistrophe (also called antistrophe)
Anadiplosis
Conduplicatio
the repetition of the same word or words at the beginning of…
forms the counterpart to anaphora, because the repetition of…
repeats the last word of one phrase, clause, or sentence at o…
resembles anadiplosis in the repetition of a preceding word,…
Anaphora
the repetition of the same word or words at the beginning of…
Epistrophe (also called antistrophe)
forms the counterpart to anaphora, because the repetition of…
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AP Rhetorical Literary Devices
Repetition
Analogies
Opposites Attract
Lessons Learned
-Parallelism... -Anaphora... -Alliteration... -Consonance... -Assonance... -…
(COMPARISONS)... -Simile... -Metaphor... -Extended Metaphor... -Symbolism
-Antithesis (Juxtaposition)... -Oxymoron... -Paradox... -Chiasmus... -Inn…
(THEMES)... -Fable... -Parable... -Allegory... -Symbolism
Repetition
-Parallelism... -Anaphora... -Alliteration... -Consonance... -Assonance... -…
Analogies
(COMPARISONS)... -Simile... -Metaphor... -Extended Metaphor... -Symbolism
AP Lit Rhetoric #3
anachronism
cliche
conceit
conundrum
an error of chronology or timeline in a literary piece. In ot…
an expression that has been overused to the extent that it lo…
two vastly different objects are likened together with the he…
a question asked for amusement, typically one with a pun in i…
anachronism
an error of chronology or timeline in a literary piece. In ot…
cliche
an expression that has been overused to the extent that it lo…
10 terms
AP Rhetoric Terms
antistrophe
syllepsis
asyndeton
rhetorical situation
repetition of the same word or phrase at the end of successiv…
a word repeated with different meanings each time
lack of conjunctions between coordinate phrases, clauses, or…
the circumstances in which you communicate (time period, loca…
antistrophe
repetition of the same word or phrase at the end of successiv…
syllepsis
a word repeated with different meanings each time
71 terms
AP Rhetoric Vocabulary
Ad Hominem
Allegory
Allusion
Ambiguity
An argument or reaction directed against a person rather than…
A story poem or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a h…
Reference to something an author assumes the reader will reco…
Word, phrase or statement which contains more than one meaning
Ad Hominem
An argument or reaction directed against a person rather than…
Allegory
A story poem or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a h…
AP Rhetoric Terms *Rhetorical Terms*
Ambiguity
Anaphora
Anastrophe
Antithesis
A statement with two or more meanings that may result in unce…
Greek for "carrying back"; it is the repetition of the same w…
Normal word order is reversed or rearranged; it is a form of…
The rhetorical contrast of ideas by means of parallel or bala…
Ambiguity
A statement with two or more meanings that may result in unce…
Anaphora
Greek for "carrying back"; it is the repetition of the same w…
18 terms
AP LANG vocab: Rhetoric
The art of effective communication, es…
An attempt to influence the way people…
A reasoned attempt to resolve two or m…
-Subject/topic -Audience -Speaker -(pa…
Rhetoric
Persuasion
Argumentation
Aristotilian Triangle (Rhetorical Triangle)
The art of effective communication, es…
Rhetoric
An attempt to influence the way people…
Persuasion
46 terms
AP ENGLISH EXAM RHETORIC
rhetoric
what does SOAPS stand for
what are the three rhetoric appeal
ethos
the art of persuasion
subject, occasion, audience, purpose, speak
ethos, pathos, logos
appeals to credibility
rhetoric
the art of persuasion
what does SOAPS stand for
subject, occasion, audience, purpose, speak
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AP Lang Rhetoric Devices
absolute
adage
ad hominem
allegory
a word free from limitations or qualifications (ex. best, all…
a familiar proverb or wise saying containing truth based on e…
directed to or appealing to feeling or prejudices instead of…
a literary work in which characters, objects, or actions repr…
absolute
a word free from limitations or qualifications (ex. best, all…
adage
a familiar proverb or wise saying containing truth based on e…
25 terms
Rhetoric Terms AP
Rhetoric
Context
Purpose
Reasons
The faculty of observing in any given case the available mean…
The occasion, time, and place it was written or spoken.
Goal that the speaker or writer wants to achieve.
Facts, logic
Rhetoric
The faculty of observing in any given case the available mean…
Context
The occasion, time, and place it was written or spoken.
30 terms
AP Rhetoric terms
Pathos
understatement
paradox
ad hominem
a rhetorical/persuasive move in which the emotions of the aud…
the presentation of something as being smaller, less extreme,…
a statement that seems to be contradictory but actually prese…
a logical fallacy in which you respond to an argument by atta…
Pathos
a rhetorical/persuasive move in which the emotions of the aud…
understatement
the presentation of something as being smaller, less extreme,…
23 terms
AP rhetoric terms
Anadiplosis
Polysyndeton
Allusions
Antithesis
Repetition of the last word of the preceding clause. The word…
Stylistic device in which several coordinating conjunctions a…
-expression designed to call something to mind without mentio…
Figure of speech in which an opposition or contrast of ideas…
Anadiplosis
Repetition of the last word of the preceding clause. The word…
Polysyndeton
Stylistic device in which several coordinating conjunctions a…
28 terms
Key AP Rhetoric Terms
Induction
Infer
Irony
Jargon
general conclusions drawn from a collection of smaller relate…
come to conclusion based on facts
opposite of what is expected verbally/situationally is what o…
specialized language of a trade, profession or similar group
Induction
general conclusions drawn from a collection of smaller relate…
Infer
come to conclusion based on facts
12 terms
AP Rhetoric 5
Satire
Semantics
Syllogism
Symbol/Symbolism
A work that targets human vices and follies or social institu…
The branch of linguistics that studies the meaning of words,…
From the Greek for "reckoning together, " a syllogism (or syl…
Generally, anything that represents itself and stands for som…
Satire
A work that targets human vices and follies or social institu…
Semantics
The branch of linguistics that studies the meaning of words,…
88 terms
Francisco AP Rhetoric Terms
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Ambiguity
A device that uses story elements to give abstract meaning ab…
The repetition of sounds. Usually of initial consonant sound
A direct or indirect reference to something commonly known
Having multiple meanings
Allegory
A device that uses story elements to give abstract meaning ab…
Alliteration
The repetition of sounds. Usually of initial consonant sound
AP Lang Rhetoric Terms
Ad hominem
Ad populum (bandwagon appeal)
Allegory
Alliteration
Fallacy of switching the argument from the issue at hand to t…
Fallacy; basically the "But, Dad, everyone's doing it!" appeal
Literary work that portrays abstract ideas concretely. Charac…
Repetition of same consonant sound at the beginning of severa…
Ad hominem
Fallacy of switching the argument from the issue at hand to t…
Ad populum (bandwagon appeal)
Fallacy; basically the "But, Dad, everyone's doing it!" appeal
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