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What's the (Rhetorical) Situation?
Watch your (Rhetorical) Language
Don't Take that Tone with me!
Write or Wrong?
100

"A neuroscientist from Princeton recommends eating only 2 meals a day."

What is Ethos?

100

Define Exigence

What is the motivation/event that pushes the writer/speaker to write their article/speech?

100

The difference between Simile and Metaphor

What is

Simile: compares 2 unlike things using "as" or "like"

Metaphor: compares 2 unlike things without "as" or "like"?

100

Identify the tone:

"“Ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country!” 

What is enthusiastic, empowering, encouraging, inspiring?

100

This is the major claim of an essay, and must be specific and arguable.

What is the Thesis?

200

"You could save $10 if you purchase this hairdryer today!"

What is Logos?

200

Name the three parts of the rhetorical triangle

What are the speaker, audience, and message?

200

The term for placing two contrasting ideas in the same phrase

What is juxtaposition/antithesis?

200

Define Diction

What is word choice?

200

True or False: You must have a counterclaim in your synthesis and argumentative essays

What is False?

(Remember, only add this if you have time AFTER you are completely finished writing!)

300

"The World Wildlife Foundation will use your donation to save the poor endangered animals!"

What are Ethos and Pathos?

300

Define Context

What is the event and setting surrounding the speech/writing?

300

The difference between alliteration, anaphora, and epistrophe

What are:

-Alliteration: repetition of first letter (sick sad Steve)

-Anaphora: repetition of first word

-Epistrophe: repetition of last word?

300
The difference between Tone and Mood

What are

Tone: the emotions created by the speaker

Mood: the resulting feeling of the audience 

300

Define TAG

What are Title, Author, Genre?

400

Construct a sentence using Logos and Pathos

Student response

400

The aim or goal of a speaker

What is the Purpose?

400

Give an example of imagery related to nature

What are: color words (yellow, green, red) plant/flower/animal vocabulary?

400

Daily Double!


The difference between Denotation and Connotation

400

Identify the 3 parts of an introduction paragraph

What are the TAG, Background Information, and Thesis Statement?

500

Give the alternative names for Ethos, Logos, and Pathos (-ic(al) appeal)

What are ethical, logical, and pathetic appeals?


500

Name 2 instances where you would use the rhetorical situation/triangle

What are:

- Background info for Rhetorical Analysis Essay

-Context for Synthesis Essay

-When scanning the reading for Multiple Choice Qs?

500

The difference between Asyndeton and Polysyndeton

What are

Asyndeton: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Polysyndeton: Monday, and Tuesday, and Wednesday, and Thursday, and Friday

500

Define DIDLS

Diction, Imagery, Details, Language, Syntax

500

Define the 4 parts of an evidence chain

Claim: A specific opinion/stance on the subject

Context: Who, what, when, where, why related to the evidence

Evidence: "insert quote that supports your claim"

Analysis: 3+ sentences explaining how the evidence supports the claim

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