Basics
Appeals
Five Canons
Parts of Arrangement
Surprise Me
100

The Art of Persuasion

Rhetoric

100

The names of the three rhetorical appeals.

logos, ethos, pathos

100

The name for coming up with what you have to say. 

Invention

100

The hook

exordium

100

The language Ms. Fredrikson speaks.

German.

200

The Three Rhetorical Appeals

Logos, Ethos, Pathos

200
The appeal to reason.

Logos

200

The name for remembering what you're presenting.

Memory.

200

The introductory context.

Narratio.

300

Quintillian's Definition of Rhetoric

A good man speaking well.

300

Goodwill, good morals, and good sense are necessary to make this appeal. 

Ethos

300

The name for organizing your ideas well.

Arrangement.

300

The conclusion.

Peroratio.

300
The common topics of invention.

definition, comparison, relationship, circumstance, testimony

400

Aristotle's Definition of Rhetoric

The faculty of observing in any given case the available means of persuasion.

400

stories, images, shared artifacts, and shared values are ways to make this appeal

pathos

400

The name for how you present your information to your audience.

Delivery.
400

The two components of a partitio.

thesis and enumeration

400

The name for the alphabetized list of sources at the end of a paper. 

Bibliography

500

Someone who uses rhetoric to manipulate others.

Sophist.

500

The name for the canon that has to do with how you phrase what you have to say. 

Elocution.

500

The part in which you give your supporting arguments AND the part in which you address opposing arguments. 

Confirmatio AND Refutatio

500

Ms. Fredrikson's brother's name.

Charlie

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