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What are the 3 appeals

Ethos, pathos, logos

2

Informative

Storytelling to create a virtual experience and immerse people in the important of issues

3

Persuasive

Initiating action built on informing people

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What are the 5 canons of rhetoric?

1. Invention
2. Arrangements
3. Style
4. Memory
5. Delivery

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What canon is research, logic, and argument?

Invention

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What canon involves how to go about the introduction and connect with what audience already knows?

Arrangement

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What is the important strategy to follow when dealing with the arrangement?

Address their most important topic first, and complex comes later. Create a foundation of knowledge for the audience.

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What canon deals with language, colour, and sentences?

Style

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What canon deals with preparing argument in your mind?

memory

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What canon deals with timing, movement, gesture, etc.

Delivery

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Who said, " the duty and office of rhetoric is to apply reason, to imagination, for the better moving of the will"

Francis Bacon

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The hand analogy of logic and rhetoric goes as follows:

logic is a closed fist, rhetoric is an open hand, sharing of knowledge is in everything that you say

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How is rhetoric possible?

With an element of choice

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How is argument crafting represented in a circle?

The core is the claim, the middle layer is the data and the outer layer is the argument

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3 aspects of delivery

Oral, physical, coordination with tools