Beware: The AIM Triangle is NOT the Rhetorical Triangle!
Imagine you have been asked to prepare a presentation with speaker's notes on the Rhetorical Triangle covered in the Unit 2 Course Materials for the following group of students:
Audience: Fifty students who have neither seen the Course Materials nor read the readings for this unit.
Topics: The Rhetorical Triangle, the speaker, the audience, the situation
Rhetorical Triangle: The dynamic relationship among the speaker, the audience, and the situation is known as the Rhetorical Triangle. The rhetorical triangle is comprised of three primary elements: the speaker, the audience, and the situation. The shape and form of a presentation is driven by these three primary elements.
? The Speaker: The actual individual speaking
? The Audience: Who will actually be attending in addition to those who may not be present but will be influenced by or have access to the content of the presentation
? The Situation: The purpose of the presentation as well as the location and the social/cultural backdrop of the presentation.
Create a PowerPoint presentation with speaker's notes that will relay the key points of the Rhetorical Triangle to students who do not know anything about the rhetorical triangle.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 9, 2019, 7:14 pm ad1c9bdddf
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The presentation overs the Rhetorical Triangle in detail. The presentation is aimed at an audience who do not know anything about Rhetorical triangle.