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INTRODUCTION TO RHETORICS AND:

INTRODUCTION TO RHETORICS AND ENGLISH 11 – BY: MR. ELMI

Objective :

Objective Students will be able to identify examples of ethos, logos, and pathos in a Martin Luther King speech and explain effectiveness of those devices given the intended audience.

Task Direction Step 1 :

Task Direction Step 1 With your elbow partner, you will visit my website on the Rhetoric Unit: elmirhetoric.weebly.com .

Task Direction Step 2 :

Task Direction Step 2 Go to the Unit Resources Section and click on either Pathos Ethos Logos Explanation 1 or 2. Read through the explanation. Take notes on each rhetorical device using your graphic organizer.

Norms:

Norms Discuss and d ecide Give reasons for your suggestions

Time:

Time You have 15 minutes for this assignment.

ETHOS:

ETHOS

Ethos:

Ethos In your own words, how does Ethos appeal to the audience? (Clarifying) How can you effectively develop Ethos? (Elaborating) What are some characteristics that might take away from a person ’ s ethos? Give examples. (Reason and evidence)

LOGOS:

LOGOS

Logos:

Logos In your own words, how does Logos appeal to the audience? (Clarifying) What types of evidence do you need to create logos? (Elaborating) Under what circumstance would logos be absolutely necessary in winning an argument? Why? (Hypothetical)

PATHOS:

PATHOS

Pathos:

Pathos In your own words, how does Pathos appeal to the audience? (Clarifying) Why is appealing to a person ’ s emotion sometimes easier than appealing to a person ’ s logic? (Reason and evidence) What kind of audience might be most susceptible (most easily convinced) using this device? Why?(Perspectives)

Analyzing Rhetorical Devices:

Analyzing Rhetorical Devices What power do words hold? How can the power of words be used for positive or negative outcomes?

Rhetoric Recap:

Rhetoric Recap Ethos Logos Pathos Video

So What?:

So What? Now that we know these things, what do we do with this knowledge? With your elbow partner, go back to the Rhetoric Unit Website. In the resources section, go to the Ad Practice. Choose 1 out of the 5 political ads and analyze for evidence that shows Ethos, Logos, and/or Pathos. Share your analysis on Socrative: Room ELMI1532

Rhetoric and Speeches:

Rhetoric and Speeches How does speakers use rhetoric in their speeches? Listen to this clip of Martin Luther King ’ s “ I Have a Dream ” by clicking on the image. What rhetorical device is he using here? Is it effective? Why/why not? Answer your question on Socrative.

“I Have a Dream”:

“ I Have a Dream ” With your assigned groups, read the excerpt provided for your “ I Have a Dream ” speech. (You may also listen to the audio clip provided in the Unit Resources section of the Rhetoric Unit website.) Using your Graphic Organizer, analyze the rhetorical devices that King uses in the excerpt.

Exit Ticket:

Exit Ticket What have you learned about our Essential Questions so far? What power do words hold? How can the power of words be used for positive or negative outcomes?

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