1,2,3-Eyes on Me 1, 2 eyes on you Hocus Pocus- Everybody Focus Winner, Winner Chicken Dinner All the single ladies All the single ladies What the fox say? "Ring-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding! Guess what?- Its gonna be me Do you want to build a snowman? It doesn't have to be a snowman Who let the dogs out- who, who, who, who, who Will the real Slim Shady please stand up, please stand up It's Friday, Friday- gotta get down on Friday Never gonna give you up- never gonna let you down
Call & Response Examples
Create a call & response for the class, then vote on your selection, we will use this for this unit.
What is our learning target for today?
Rhetorical Devices are used to make arguments more persuasive. Rhetorical devices can be used in speeches, essays, and other forms of writing. Rhetorical devices help to create interest and engage readers.
Understanding Rhetorical Devices
Rhetoric: the art of speaking or writing effectively Ethos: An appeal to the credibility of the speaker or writer. Pathos: An appeal to the emotions of the audience. Logos: An appeal to logic and reason.
The term 'rhetoric' comes from the Greek word 'rhetorikos', which means 'orator'. The two most famous Roman rhetoricians were Cicero and Quintilian. Rhetorical devices are often used by politicians, lawyers, and public speakers.
Work together in pairs: Explain one way in which you could use a rhetorical device to influence your peers in your debate.