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The modes of persuasion, often referred to as ethical strategies or rhetorical appeals, are devices in rhetoric that classify the speaker's appeal to the audience . They are: ethos, pathos, and logos, and the less used kairos. Aristotle's Rhetoric describes the modes of persuasion thus: Persuasion is clearly a sort of ...

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Mar 11, 2013 ... There are three types of rhetorical appeals, or persuasive strategies, used in arguments to support claims and respond to opposing arguments. A good argument will generally use a combination of all three appeals to make its case.

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Rhetorical Strategies. As you plan your essay, you will want to think about the rhetorical strategies by which you will present your ideas and evidence to readers. These strategies, sometimes called rhetorical modes or techniques, help a writer organize evidence, connect facts into a sequence, and provide clusters of  ...

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AP Rhetorical Devices List. Anecdote. A brief story or tale told by a character in a piece of literature. Perspective. A character's view of the situation or events in the story. Aphorism. A concise statement designed to make a point or illustrate a commonly held belief. The writings of Benjamin Franklin contain many aphorisms , ...

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Rhetorical Strategies. Print. Please read the following sentences, and think about the message(s) each one is giving you. Imagine that you don't know anything about the person who is making the statements other than what you read. Treat each example separately. I think solar panels are a wonderful technology, don't you ...

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Rhetorical startegies give writers patterns or models to develop paragraphs and essays.

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Analyzing rhetoric focuses on the "how" and "why" of persuasion rather than what specific things people say or write in order to be persuasive. One way of breaking down the components of a rhetorical strategy is to use the Rhetorical Triangle. This model puts into a generalized framework the interactions among various ...

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DIVISION/CLASSIFICATION COMPARISON/CONTRAST DEFINITION. (1) RHETORICAL STRATEGIES: "He who does not study rhetoric will be a victim of it ." (graffito found on a wall in Greece from the 6th century BC). RHETORIC: Aristotle defined rhetoric (in his famous book, Rhetoric) as the art, faculty, or " ability, in each ...

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Questions to ask about Rhetorical Strategies. 1. What is the tone of the text? Do you react at an emotional level as you read? Does this reaction change at all throughout the text? 2. In what mode does the writer develop his/her ideas? Narration? Description? Definition? Comparison? Analogy? Cause and Effect? Example?