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Rhetorical Transaction

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  1. Rhetorical Transaction Exigence Rhetorical Situation Audience Purpose Logos Appeals Ethos Pathos Organization/Structure/Form Figurative Language Imagery Syntax Diction Surface Features

  2. Rhetorical Modes: Patterns of Development 8 major patterns • Narration • Description • Process Analysis • Exemplification • Comparison & Contrast • Classification & Division • Definition • Causal Analysis Author’s Purpose Organize individual paragraphs or sections Organize entire text

  3. Narration • Tells story; recounts events; personal • Chronological (detail, pov, dialogue) • Craft story to support thesis • Often used as a way to enter topics • Draws a reader in

  4. Description • Paints a picture with senses; details • Establishes mood/atmosphere • Empathy; connection to text

  5. Process Analysis • Explains how something works • Clear and logical • Proper transitions • Concise verbs

  6. Exemplification/Illustration • Provides a series of examples • “Let me give you an example…” • Aristotle = Induction = series of examples lead to general conclusion

  7. Comparison & Contrast • Analyze information • Similarities & differences • Subject by subject • Point by point

  8. Classification & Division • What goes together & why • Categories….to help readers see relationships between seemingly unrelated things

  9. Definition • Established common ground • Identifies areas of conflict

  10. Causal Analysis • Cause leads to an effect • Effect that results from a cause • Needs logic • “Why” in the title

  11. Rhetorical Transaction Exigence Rhetorical Situation Audience Purpose Logos Appeals Ethos Pathos Organization/Structure/Form Figurative Language Imagery Syntax Diction Surface Features

  12. Definition: a literary technique which encompasses the attitudestoward the subject and toward the audienceimplied in a literary work Tone Examples: formal, informal, intimate, solemn, somber, playful, serious, ironic, guilty, sarcastic, condescending…

  13. “Shooting an Elephant”George Orwell Read and annotate the story Identify any Patterns of Development as well as elements of the Rhetorical Transaction within the text.