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AP language and composition Rhetoric:
rhetorical mode
rhetorical purpose
rhetorical techniques
forensic arguments
Exposition, description, narration, argumentation, The flexib…
the reason for the speaker's remarks; or a definition of the…
the devices used in effective or persuasive language
arguments about the past
rhetorical mode
Exposition, description, narration, argumentation, The flexib…
rhetorical purpose
the reason for the speaker's remarks; or a definition of the…
20 terms
Composition of Language Rhetoric
Alliteration
Allusion
Anaphora
Antimetabole
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
A reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary wo…
Repetition of a word or words at the beginning of successive…
Repetition of words in reverse order
Alliteration
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
Allusion
A reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary wo…
36 terms
11AP Language and Composition Rhetoric
connotations
rhetoric
rhetoric
rhetoric
what people associate with the word
facilitates conversation and debate; a way of thinking about…
a thoughtful, reflective activity leading to effective commun…
the benefits of this is it gives tools to resolve conflict wi…
connotations
what people associate with the word
rhetoric
facilitates conversation and debate; a way of thinking about…
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AP Language/Composition Rhetorical Terms Set 1
Abstract
Ad Hominem
Allegory
Alliteration
Refers to language that describes concepts rather than concre…
In an argument, this is an attack on the person rather than t…
A narrative that functions on a symbolic level
Reputation of initial consonant sounds
Abstract
Refers to language that describes concepts rather than concre…
Ad Hominem
In an argument, this is an attack on the person rather than t…
24 terms
AP Language/Composition Rhetorical Analysis Set 2
call to action
cacophony
carpe diem
characterization
Writing that urges people to action or promotes change
harsh and discordant sounds in a line or passage in a literar…
meaning "seize the day" is a Latin phrase that has become the…
techniques a writer uses to create and reveal fictional perso…
call to action
Writing that urges people to action or promotes change
cacophony
harsh and discordant sounds in a line or passage in a literar…
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Language of Composition Rhetorical Terms
Audience
Concession
Connotation
Context
The listener, viewer, or reader of a text.
An acknowledgment that an opposing argument may be true or re…
Meanings or associations that readers have with a word beyond…
The circumstances, atmosphere, attitudes, and events surround…
Audience
The listener, viewer, or reader of a text.
Concession
An acknowledgment that an opposing argument may be true or re…
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Language and Composition Rhetorical Devices
Ad hominem
Allegory
Alliteration
assonance
Latin for "against the man." When a writer personally attacks…
A story or visual image with a second distict meaning partial…
the repetition of the same sounds--usually initial consonants…
the repetition of identical or similar vowel sounds in the sy…
Ad hominem
Latin for "against the man." When a writer personally attacks…
Allegory
A story or visual image with a second distict meaning partial…
21 terms
AP Language and Composition Rhetorical Terms Set 3
extended metaphor
Figurative language
Figures of Speech
Foreshawdowing
a sustained comparison, often referred to as a conceit. The e…
language that contains figures of speech, such as similes and…
expressions, such as similes, metaphors, and personifications…
the use of a hint or a clue to suggest a larger event that oc…
extended metaphor
a sustained comparison, often referred to as a conceit. The e…
Figurative language
language that contains figures of speech, such as similes and…
10 terms
AP Language and Composition Rhetorical Terms Set #6
Antiphrasis
Anacoluthon
Enumeratio
Antanagoge
A figurative speech in a phrase or word that is opposite of i…
A syntactic interruption or deviation, an abrupt change in a…
The listing of details.
Places a criticism and complements together to lessen the imp…
Antiphrasis
A figurative speech in a phrase or word that is opposite of i…
Anacoluthon
A syntactic interruption or deviation, an abrupt change in a…
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AP Language and Composition Set #7 Rhetorical Terms
Farce
Anachronism
Foil
Parable
A type of comedy based on a far-fetched humor situation, comb…
1. Something that belongs to another time; 2. A person who se…
A character who provides a contrast to another character, thu…
Usually short and simple fictitious story that illustrates a…
Farce
A type of comedy based on a far-fetched humor situation, comb…
Anachronism
1. Something that belongs to another time; 2. A person who se…
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Set #1 AP Language and Compositions Rhetorical Terms
Antithesis
Parallelism
Chiasmus
Parenthesis
Establishes a clear, contrasting relationship between two ide…
Several parts of a sentence or several sentences are expresse…
"reverse parallelism," since the 2nd part of a grammatical co…
a word/phrase/whole sentence inserted in the middle of anothe…
Antithesis
Establishes a clear, contrasting relationship between two ide…
Parallelism
Several parts of a sentence or several sentences are expresse…
108 terms
AP Language and Composition Rhetoric Terms
Alliteration
Allusion
Analogy
Anaphora
The repetition of the same sound or letter at the beginning o…
An indirect reference, often to another text or an historic e…
An extended comparison between two seemingly dissimilar things.
The repetition of words at the beginning of successive clauses.
Alliteration
The repetition of the same sound or letter at the beginning o…
Allusion
An indirect reference, often to another text or an historic e…
33 terms
AP Language and Composition Rhetoric Terms
allusion
anadiplosis
anaphora
antimetabole/chiasmus
a casual reference to a person, place, even, or other passage…
repeating the last word or phrase of a clause at the beginnin…
the intentional repeating of beginning clauses in order to cr…
a word or phrase state on way, then repeated in reverse order
allusion
a casual reference to a person, place, even, or other passage…
anadiplosis
repeating the last word or phrase of a clause at the beginnin…
21 terms
Rhetorical terms -- Language of Composition
audience
concession
connotation
context
The listener, viewer, or reader of a text
An acknowledgment that an opposing argument may be true or re…
Meanings or associations that readers have with a word beyond…
The circumstances, atmosphere, attitudes, and events surround…
audience
The listener, viewer, or reader of a text
concession
An acknowledgment that an opposing argument may be true or re…
21 terms
Language of Composition Rhetorical Terms
Audience
Concession
Connotation
Context
The listener, viewer, or reader of a text.
An acknowledgment that an opposing argument may be true or re…
Meanings or associations that readers have with a word beyond…
The circumstances, atmosphere, attitudes, and events surround…
Audience
The listener, viewer, or reader of a text.
Concession
An acknowledgment that an opposing argument may be true or re…
21 terms
Language of Composition Rhetorical Terms
Audience
Concession
Connotation
Context
The listener, viewer, or reader of a text.
An acknowledgment that an opposing argument may be true or re…
Meanings or associations that readers have with a word beyond…
The circumstances, atmosphere, attitudes, and events surround…
Audience
The listener, viewer, or reader of a text.
Concession
An acknowledgment that an opposing argument may be true or re…
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AP LANGUAGE & COMPOSITION Rhetorical Terms Review Set 1 Language Devices
Synecdoche
Colloquial
Litotes
Metonymy
a figure of speech that employs the use of a part for the who…
the characteristic of writing that seeks the effect of inform…
a figure of understatement in which an affirmative is express…
a figure of speech in which one word or phrase is substituted…
Synecdoche
a figure of speech that employs the use of a part for the who…
Colloquial
the characteristic of writing that seeks the effect of inform…
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AP LANGUAGE & COMPOSITION Rhetorical Terms Review Set 4 Language Devices
Assonance
Periphrasis
Tautology
Oxymoron
the repetition of similar vowel sounds in the stressed syllab…
substitution of a descriptive word or phrase for a proper nam…
unnecessary repetition of an idea, in different words; to rep…
a figure of speech in which contradictory terms or ideas are…
Assonance
the repetition of similar vowel sounds in the stressed syllab…
Periphrasis
substitution of a descriptive word or phrase for a proper nam…
33 terms
AP Language & Composition Rhetorical Devices
alliteration
allusion
anaphora
antimetabole
Repetition of the same sound beginning several words or sylla…
Brief reference to a person, event, or place (real or fictiti…
Repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of successive…
Repetition of words in reverse order.
alliteration
Repetition of the same sound beginning several words or sylla…
allusion
Brief reference to a person, event, or place (real or fictiti…
AP LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITION - RHETORIC
Rhetoric
Narration
Description
Process analysis
Is the art of speaking or writing effectively. It is all the…
Telling a story
Similar to narration, but focuses on imagery
Explaining how something works, how to do something, etc
Rhetoric
Is the art of speaking or writing effectively. It is all the…
Narration
Telling a story
33 terms
AP Language and Composition Rhetoric Terms
allusion
anadiplosis
anaphora
antimetabole/chiasmus
a casual reference to a person, place, even, or other passage…
repeating the last word or phrase of a clause at the beginnin…
the intentional repeating of beginning clauses in order to cr…
a word or phrase state on way, then repeated in reverse order
allusion
a casual reference to a person, place, even, or other passage…
anadiplosis
repeating the last word or phrase of a clause at the beginnin…
25 terms
AP English Language Composition Rhetorical Terms Set 4
Idiom
Image
Imagery
Induction
an expression whose meaning cannot be taken literally
a verbal approximation of a sensory impression, concept, emot…
total effect of related sensory images in the work
the process that moves from a given series of specifics to a…
Idiom
an expression whose meaning cannot be taken literally
Image
a verbal approximation of a sensory impression, concept, emot…
85 terms
AP Language and Composition Rhetoric Terms
Alliteration
Allusion
Analogy
Anaphora
The repetition of the same sound or letter at the beginning o…
An indirect reference, often to another text or an historic e…
An extended comparison between two seemingly dissimilar things.
The repetition of words at the beginning of successive clause…
Alliteration
The repetition of the same sound or letter at the beginning o…
Allusion
An indirect reference, often to another text or an historic e…
24 terms
AP English Language Composition Rhetorical Terms Set 5
pacing
parable
parallelism
parody
the movement of a literary piece from one point or section to…
a story that operates on more than one level and usually teac…
the arrangement of parts of a sentence, sentences, paragraphs…
a comic imitation of a work that ridicules the original; can…
pacing
the movement of a literary piece from one point or section to…
parable
a story that operates on more than one level and usually teac…
25 terms
AP English Language/Composition Rhetorical Terms Set 3
Elegy
Ellipsis
emotional appeal
Epic
a poem that deals solemnly with death
omission of a word or words necessary to complete constructio…
exploits readers' feelings of pity or fear to make a case; dr…
Long/serious narritive poem about a hero and companions, ofte…
Elegy
a poem that deals solemnly with death
Ellipsis
omission of a word or words necessary to complete constructio…
303 terms
AP Language and Composition Rhetorical Definitions
Prewriting
Proof-reading
Editing
Logical Appeal/Logos
What one does before writing in order to prepare to write (re…
Correcting grammar and punctuation during the writing process
The adding and deleting necessary for development, clarity et…
An implied comparison resulting when one thing is directly ca…
Prewriting
What one does before writing in order to prepare to write (re…
Proof-reading
Correcting grammar and punctuation during the writing process
55 terms
AP Language and Composition Rhetorical Terms
Diction
Syntax
Metaphor
Simile
The choice and use of words and phrases in speech or writing…
The arrangement of words and phrases to create well-formed se…
A figure of speech which makes an implied or hidden compariso…
A figure of speech which makes a comparison, showing similari…
Diction
The choice and use of words and phrases in speech or writing…
Syntax
The arrangement of words and phrases to create well-formed se…
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AP English Language Composition Rhetorical Terms Set 6
Sarcasm
Satire
Setting
Simile
A comic technique that ridicules through caustic language.
mode of writing based on ridicule, criticizes the foibles and…
time and place of a work
indirect comparison that uses the words like or as to link di…
Sarcasm
A comic technique that ridicules through caustic language.
Satire
mode of writing based on ridicule, criticizes the foibles and…
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AP Language and Composition: Introduction to Rhetoric
Audience
Concession
Connotation
Context
The listener, viewer, or reader of a text. Most texts are lik…
An acknowledgment that an opposing argument may be true or re…
Meanings or associations that readers have with a word beyond…
The circumstances, atmosphere, attitudes, and events surround…
Audience
The listener, viewer, or reader of a text. Most texts are lik…
Concession
An acknowledgment that an opposing argument may be true or re…
33 terms
AP Language and Composition Rhetoric Terms
allusion
anadiplosis
anaphora
antimetabole/chiasmus
a casual reference to a person, place, even, or other passage…
repeating the last word or phrase of a clause at the beginnin…
the intentional repeating of beginning clauses in order to cr…
a word or phrase state on way, then repeated in reverse order
allusion
a casual reference to a person, place, even, or other passage…
anadiplosis
repeating the last word or phrase of a clause at the beginnin…
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AP Language and Composition: Rhetoric Terms
1. Ad hominem argument
2. Allegory
3. Alliteration
4. Allusion
lal
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1. Ad hominem argument
lal
2. Allegory
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Language of Composition and Rhetorical Devices
SOAPS
Rhetoric
Ethos
Pathos
Subject, Occasion, Audience, Purpose, and Speaker
the faculty of observing in any given case the available mean…
authors credibility
authors use of emotion
SOAPS
Subject, Occasion, Audience, Purpose, and Speaker
Rhetoric
the faculty of observing in any given case the available mean…
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Language and Composition Rhetorical Terms
Allegory
Allusion
Anachronism
Anaphora
a story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a…
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
a thing belonging or appropriate to a period other than that…
the repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of succes…
Allegory
a story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a…
Allusion
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
21 terms
AP Language and Composition Rhetoric Quiz
Aristotelian Triangle/Rhetorical Trian…
Audience
Concession
Connotation
A diagram used to illustrate the interrelationship among the…
The listener, viewer, or reader of a text. Most texts are lik…
An acknowledgement that an opposing argument may be true or r…
An idea or feeling that a word invokes in addition to its lit…
Aristotelian Triangle/Rhetorical Trian…
A diagram used to illustrate the interrelationship among the…
Audience
The listener, viewer, or reader of a text. Most texts are lik…
60 terms
AP Language & Composition Rhetorical Devices
Sentential Adverb
Asyndeton
Polysyndeton
Understatement
a single word or short phrase, usually interrupting normal sy…
consists of omitting conjunctions between words, phrases, or…
the use of a conjunction between each word, phrase, or clause…
deliberately expresses an idea as less important than it actu…
Sentential Adverb
a single word or short phrase, usually interrupting normal sy…
Asyndeton
consists of omitting conjunctions between words, phrases, or…
27 terms
AP Language and Composition [Rhetorical]
pathos
logos
ethos
periodic sentence
appeal to emotion
appeal to reason
appeal to credibility
details first, then main clause
pathos
appeal to emotion
logos
appeal to reason
145 terms
The language of Composition rhetorical glossary
audience
concession
connotation
context
the listener, viewer, or reader of a text. Most texts are lik…
an acknowledgment that an opposing argument may be true or re…
meanings or associations that readers have with a word beyond…
the circumstances, atmosphere, attitudes, and events surround…
audience
the listener, viewer, or reader of a text. Most texts are lik…
concession
an acknowledgment that an opposing argument may be true or re…
56 terms
AP Language and Composition -Rhetorical Devices
Analogy
Anecdote
Antecedent
Apostrophe
A comparison to a directly parallel case.
A brief recounting of a relevant episode.
The word, phrase, or clause referred to by a pronoun.
A figure of speech that directly addresses an absent or imagi…
Analogy
A comparison to a directly parallel case.
Anecdote
A brief recounting of a relevant episode.
33 terms
AP Language and Composition Rhetoric Terms
allusion
anadiplosis
anaphora
antimetabole/chiasmus
a casual reference to a person, place, even, or other passage…
repeating the last word or phrase of a clause at the beginnin…
the intentional repeating of beginning clauses in order to cr…
a word or phrase state on way, then repeated in reverse order
allusion
a casual reference to a person, place, even, or other passage…
anadiplosis
repeating the last word or phrase of a clause at the beginnin…
21 terms
The Language of Composition- Rhetorical 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…
The circumstances, atmosphere, attitudes, and events surround…
Audience
The listener, viewer, or reader of a text
Concession
An acknowledgement that an opposing argument may be true or r…
21 terms
Rhetorical Terms (The Language of Composition)
audience
concession
connotation
context
The listener, viewer, or reader of a text.... (Most texts are li…
An acknowledgement that an opposing argument may be true or r…
Meanings or associations that readers have with a word beyond…
The circumstances, atmosphere, attitudes, and events surround…
audience
The listener, viewer, or reader of a text.... (Most texts are li…
concession
An acknowledgement that an opposing argument may be true or r…
13 terms
AP Language and Composition: Rhetoric Quiz
What is Aristotle's definition of rhet…
Why is the study of rhetoric important?
What are the 3 rhetorical appeals?
What are rhetorical appeals?
the faculty of observing in any given case the available mean…
it is part of our job as informed citizens and consumers to u…
logos, ethos, pathos
attempts by a speaker to persuade an audience by saying thing…
What is Aristotle's definition of rhet…
the faculty of observing in any given case the available mean…
Why is the study of rhetoric important?
it is part of our job as informed citizens and consumers to u…
98 terms
The language of Composition rhetorical glossary
audience
concession
connotation
context
the listener, viewer, or reader of a text. Most texts are lik…
an acknowledgment that an opposing argument may be true or re…
meanings or associations that readers have with a word beyond…
the circumstances, atmosphere, attitudes, and events surround…
audience
the listener, viewer, or reader of a text. Most texts are lik…
concession
an acknowledgment that an opposing argument may be true or re…
10 terms
AP LANGUAGE & COMPOSITION Rhetorical Terms Review Set 3 Syntax Strategies
Anadiplosis
Antanaclasis
Anthithesis
Chiasmus
repetition of the last word of one clause at the beginning of…
using the same word in two different meanings - repetition of…
the juxtaposition of contrasting ideas, often in parallel str…
reversal or crossing of grammatical structures in successive…
Anadiplosis
repetition of the last word of one clause at the beginning of…
Antanaclasis
using the same word in two different meanings - repetition of…
28 terms
AP Language & Composition: Rhetorical Devices
Alliteration
Analogy
Anaphora
Antithesis
Figure of emphasis that occurs through the repetition of init…
A kind of extended metaphor or long simile in which an explic…
Figure of repetition that occurs when the first word or set o…
Figure of balance in which two contrasting ideas are intentio…
Alliteration
Figure of emphasis that occurs through the repetition of init…
Analogy
A kind of extended metaphor or long simile in which an explic…
11 terms
AP LANGUAGE & COMPOSITION Rhetorical Terms Review Set 2 Syntax Devices
Polysyndeton
Anaphora
Loose (Cumulative) Sentence
Periodic Sentence
sentence style that uses many conjunctions to slow the rhythm…
a repetition of the same word or group of words at the beginn…
A type of sentence in which the main idea (independent clause…
The opposite of loose sentence, a sentence that presents its…
Polysyndeton
sentence style that uses many conjunctions to slow the rhythm…
Anaphora
a repetition of the same word or group of words at the beginn…
125 terms
A.P. Language and Composition Rhetorical Terms
Abstract
Ad Hominem
Allegory
Alliteration
refers to language that describes concepts rather than concre…
In an argument, this is an attack on the person rather than o…
an extended narrative in prose or verse in which characters,…
repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words that…
Abstract
refers to language that describes concepts rather than concre…
Ad Hominem
In an argument, this is an attack on the person rather than o…
20 terms
AP Language and Composition: Rhetorical Schemes
Parallelism
Isocolon
Antithesis
Anastrophe
--similarity of structure in a pair of series of related word…
--similarity not only of structure but of length
--the juxtaposition of contrasting ideas, often in parallel s…
--inversion of the natural or usual word order
Parallelism
--similarity of structure in a pair of series of related word…
Isocolon
--similarity not only of structure but of length
25 terms
AP Language and Composition Rhetorical Terms
Allusion
Analogy
Anaphora
Anecdote
- brief reference to a person, event, or place, real or ficti…
- A similarity or comparison between two different things or…
- repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of successi…
- a short entertaining account of some happening, frequently…
Allusion
- brief reference to a person, event, or place, real or ficti…
Analogy
- A similarity or comparison between two different things or…
20 terms
Rhetorical Terms AP Language & Composition
allegory
alliteration
allusion
analogy
The device of using character and/or story elements symbolica…
The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds…
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
A similarity or comparison between two different things or th…
allegory
The device of using character and/or story elements symbolica…
alliteration
The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds…
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