Ethos, Pathos, Logos
Rhetorical Devices
Famous Speakers
Figurative Language
100

The appeal to credibility and trustworthiness. 

What is Ethos?

100

A short, meaningful story in order to relate to the audience

What is an Anecdote? 

100

Speaker who used rhetoric to speak about his dream. 

Who was Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.?

100

A comparison between to alike or unlike things

What is a Metaphor?

200

"68% of dogs live longer when spayed or neutered" 

What is logos?

200

A question that does not require answers

What is a rhetorical question?

200
Speaker who gave the "Gettysburg Address"

Who is Abraham Lincoln?

200

Giving non-human things humanlike characteristics

What is personification?

300

The Budweiser advertisements with the puppy 

What is Pathos?

300

Repeating of words or phrases for emphasis

What is repetition?

300

Speaker who used rhetoric to get the government to "tear down this wall."

Who was Ronald Reagan?

300

An extreme exaggeration

What is a hyperbole?
400

"Michelin, because so much is riding on your tires." 

What is Pathos?

400

Repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of a sentence.

What is Anaphora?

400

The baseball player who gave his farewell address.

Who was Lou Gherig?
400

"My heart is there in the coffin with Caesar, and I must pause til it come back to me."

What is a hyperbole and/or personification?

500

Seatbelt advertisement: "98% of people click, 5% of car accidents don't"

What is logos and pathos?
500

Repetition of a word or phrase at the end of a statement.

What is Antistrophe?

500

Women's right activist who spoke about the need for a change.

Who was Susan B. Anthony?

500

"Men have fled to brutish beasts."

What is a metaphor?

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