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Rhetoric Quiz

English 2- Mrs. Reitz

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What is the defination for the term "Exigence?" What cause the author/speaker to make the argument. What need, or lack, or issue, does the author seem compelled to address.
What is the defination for the term "Audience?" For whom is the writer writing? With whom will the writer's words resonate?
What is the definatoin for the term "Purpose?" What does the author want his/her audience to do?... What action?
What is the defination for the term "Logos?" An appeal to the audience's logical, rational, reasonable side.
What is the defination for the term "Pathos?" An appeal to the audience's emotions.
What is the defination for the term "Ethos?" An appeal to the credebility of the author.
What is persuasion? A personal belief or judgment that is not founded on proof or certainty
Created by: htailor23