The Apple Watch What are potential repercussions of
The Apple Watch What are potential repercussions of the following capability of the new Apple Watch? Todays objective: The student will be able to craft a rhetorical prcis after annotating a rhetorical analysis prompt. Todays objective: The student will be able to craft a rhetorical prcis after annotating
a rhetorical analysis prompt. Please create the following chart on a piece of paper: I. What do each of the following characters embody? Character Name? Rev. Wilson X Governor
X Chillingworth Hibbins X Pearl Hester X
Dimmesdale X II. Symbols III. Scaffold Scenes Adj./ What do they embody? Attitude toward other character/important plot points AP Rhetorical Analysis
Objective: The student will be able to craft a rhetorical prcis after annotating a rhetorical analysis prompt. Schedule
Warm-up (10 minutes) Finish analyzing essays for Welty (10) Take prcis notes for Welty (10) BAT and annotate Banneker essay (15) Write rhetorical prcis for Banneker (20) Talk about parts of a strong essay (10) Look at first essay (10) Label parts of the essay (5) Read the rest of the essays and discuss (20) Prcis Formula
1) Name of author, type of document, (date) Title argues (a description of the authors major purpose). 2) A couple of rhetorical terms and, in brief, how they function to convey meaning. 3) Describe the organization, or structure of the speech, and explain why it is particularly effective for this audience 4) Writing with (two tone words), authors name appeals to (a description of the two audiences and why the message appeals to them). Rhetorical Prcis example for Eudora Weltys One Writers Beginnings
1) In Eudora Weltys autobiographical essay One Writers Beginnings(1984), she argues that her love for writing began with her love of reading and that two powerful female role models influenced her to become a voracious reader. 2) Using figurative language, repetition, and powerful diction, Welty crafts a vivid description of the formative influences that inspired her to create her own world of words. 3) By juxtaposing the severe Mrs. Calloway and her own mother, Welty shows that inspiration can take both a positive and negative form. 4) Writing with a reflective nostalgia, Welty appeals to her public of aspiring writers and also to hopeful students of literature everywhere.
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Another Banneker Prcis 1)Benjamin Bannekers persuasive letter (1791) asserts that slavery is an injustice that Thomas Jefferson should work to eradicate. 2) Banneker uses emotional diction and structured metaphors which juxtapose the condition of the slaves with the colonial opposition to a state of servitude under England. 3) Bannekers command of parallelism and Biblical allusion further force Jefferson to visualize the injustice of slavery and persuade the secretary that he should free his slaves. 4) Writing with reverence, Bannekers eloquent appeal not only reminds Jefferson of Gods watchful eyes but serves in contemporary times to remind Americans of our own shameful past.
Ps. A structural metaphor is Definition A structural metaphor is a conventional metaphor in which one concept is understood and expressed in terms of another structured, sharply defined concept. Here are some examples of the argument-as-war structural metaphor: Your claims are indefensible. He attacked every weak point in my argument. His criticisms were right on target. I demolished his argument. Lets now write an essay!
Here is one possible formula: I. Introduction -Thesis is at the end of the paragraph -The rhetorical prcis will be introduced block-day II. Body Paragraphs 1-3 (organized by strategy in chronological order) -Topic sentence -Context -Concrete detail (integrated quote) -Commentary (1:3 ratio) -Context -Concrete detail (integrated quote)
-Commentary (1:3 ratio) -Conclusion/transition III. Conclusion Chronological Order I. Intro paragraph: You may use our prcis or just start with an extended observation followed by a thesis. II. Body paragraph: Analysis of all devices and appeals in the first 1/3 of the essay III. Body paragraph: Analysis of all devices and appeals in the middle of the essay IV. Body paragraph: A discussion of the end of the essay including an analysis of the conclusion. V. Conclusion: Restate your thesis (OR bring your last paragraph to the end of the
essay to make a concluding statement) 2013s AP graders advice for the Rhetorical Analysis Prompt The analysis question, provides an opportunity for students to demonstrate their practical understanding of rhetorical analysis. Like the synthesis question, the analysis question requires students to integrate reading and writing skills. Rhetorical reading entails comprehending both the meaning and purpose of an authors argument and its intended audience(s), and students are asked to demonstrate rhetorical comprehension of a text by explaining how the authors rhetorical decisions promote or hinder successful accomplishment of the purpose.
In short, rhetorical analysis means explaining not only what writers are saying but also why and how they are saying it. Rhetorical Analysis = How, Why, So What HOW? What techniques doe the writer choose to present the material? WHY ? Are the choices effective and appropriate for the intended audience? SO WHAT? What is accomplished or created?
Speaker Rhetorical devices/ strategies/ E,P, and L (how?) Audience (why?) Purpose (so what?) In his letter to Thomas Jefferson (1791), Benjamin Banneker argues that slavery is morally wrong and
that America needs to change this vile tradition. He uses juxtaposition to compare free men to slaves and uses allusion to the Bible and Americans religion to appeal to Jeffersons conscience, while also intelligently using parallel syntax and polysyndeton to highlight free mens and slaves similar attitudes toward freedom. With desperation and passion, Banneker stresses that slavery should be abolished in hopes that whites and blacks could all be free, both in 1791 and in the future. Banneker starts off his essay entreating Jefferson to reflect on Americas struggle for independence from the arms and
tyranny of the British Crown. Benjamin logically asserts that if the colonists had a right to freedom, then slaves should also have the same right. He uses the phrase, State of Servitude to compare the colonists to slaves, purposefully capitalizing the words in order to emphasize this connection. Benjamin also alludes to Heaven because he wants Jefferson to realize that the slaves truly are deserving of freedom and tranquility which was mercifully received from Heaven. Slaves were taught the grace of God even back in 1791, and Banneker utilizes this to prove that slaves were allowed to receive the blessing of Heaven just like Americans were. Banneker very astutely remarks that Jefferson understands the
injustice of the state of slavery, continuing with his assertion that the colonists could understand the right and need for freedom. However, he now accuses Jefferson of his scandalous decree by alluding to the Declaration itself, where Jefferson himself wrote that, all men are created equal. This allusion very effectively points to the mistaken mindset of the colonists who refuse to acknowledge slaves right for freedom. Banneker impressively uses Jeffersons own knowledge and feelings against slavery, which establishes ethos, or his credibility, not through his own knowledge, but through Jeffersons. This witty use of ethos only strengthens Bannekers argument because it effectively convinces all readers, including Jefferson, that slavery is logically wrong.
In addition, Banneker asserts that slavery is morally wrong through polysyndeton combined with strong adjectives with the purpose of appealing to all readers consciences. Banneker writes a long-winded sentence explaining the colonists realization of their rights for freedom and confirming their belief in Gods equal and impartial distribution of these precious rights. Since most people value freedom, it is natural to assume the readers of Bannekers letter also value these rights of liberty and free possession. Therefore, Bannekers long statement about mankinds natural longing for freedom is extremely effective when it is juxtaposed, after a semicolon, with his clear description of the agony, under groaning captivity and cruel oppression the colonists had inflicted upon the slaves. This statement by Banneker strongly convicts the reader, Jefferson especially and other colonists of the time period, the slaves light to light, face to face with the
readers morals and sense of sympathy for the slaves. Banneker in the next paragraph again appeals to the readers kindness and benevolence when he asks the readers to put [their] souls in [the slaves] stead both alluding to the Bible and evoking more sympathy for the slaves condition. Bannekers astute essay to Mr. Jefferson was extremely effective at depicting the abject conditions of the slaves while confronting the colonists mindset on slavery at the same time it appeals to the minds of future readers to understand past conditions and influence future events because of Bannekers influential words.
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