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Rhetorical Analysis in Everyday Life
For this discussion, you will apply the rhetorical concepts you learned about to your own life. Below are three short TED-Ed videos which provide a bit more depth on rhetorical analysis and the art of persuasion. After you have watched each video, please respond to the following questions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3klMM9BkW5o&feature=emb_title
Paragraph (or bullet point) 1: Discuss the most important or interesting point you think the educator made about rhetoric in the video “How to Use Rhetoric to Get What You Want.” Cite a specific example using quotation marks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2dEuMFR8kw&feature=emb_title
Paragraph (or bullet point) 2: Discuss the most important or interesting point you think the educator made about rhetoric in the video “What Aristotle and Joshua Bell Can Teach Us about Persuasion.” Cite a specific example using quotation marks. Another TED Talk Video
Critical Response #1
Please fill out this chart based on the 4 articles you were asked to read in 2.7 Essay #1 Articles. Also, be sure you have reviewed the “T-GAP” and “Ethos, Pathos, Logos” handouts before reading the articles. You can download this chart and save it to your home computer, your Google Drive, or a flash drive. Just be sure that you are not submitting a blank chart and that you save your work. Because some graphics and charts do not display on Canvas correctly using Word, you must submit this assignment as a PDF. If you are using Word, simply re-save the document as a PDF before uploading. If using Google Drive, export the document as a PDF before uploading. Your score for this assignment will be credit/no-credit based on percentage of completion. For example, if you only fill out half the charts, you would receive a 5/10. For each blank in the chart, try to include examples with page numbers from the articles. This exercise will directly prepare you to write Essay #1, so the more effort you put into it, the easier that writing process will be.