The rhetorical triangle is a trilateral element of oral and written presentations. The rhetorical triangle is comprised up of a unique juxtaposition originating from Greek terminology. The purpose of the following elements as described by Greek philosopher Aristotle is to categorize the art of persuasion and appeal into three fundamental components.
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The rhetorical triangle is a trilateral element of oral and written presentations. The rhetorical triangle is comprised up of a unique juxtaposition originating from Greek terminology. The purpose of the following elements as described by Greek philosopher Aristotle is to categorize the art of persuasion and appeal into three fundamental components such as:
? Logos/Writer-Logical reasoning- which "refers to the internal consistency of the message--the clarity of the claim, the logic of its reasons, and the effectiveness of its supporting evidence. The impact of logos on an audience is sometimes called the argument's logical appeal." (Rampage, and Bean, 1998). This component is usually based on the method of providing substantial evidence, statistics, and/or references to support your claim in an effort to maintain your position on a certain issue. Once evidence and/or facts are provided and evaluated an individual may draw his/her own conclusion based on inductive and deductive reasoning in which case a hypothesis is determined after all pertinent information is received, appropriately assessed and verified. In some cases the logical mode of reasoning is often based on what can be proven scientifically, for instance, if you wanted to explain the growing problem in domestic violence, in order to be persuasive aside from the prevalent case studies, one must provide adequate documentation to prove how much this epidemic has grown over the course of the years and what solutions would be used to alleviate the problem.
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? Ethos/Context-Ethical appeal-refers to the speaker/writers reputability and his/her ability to engage the audience to gravitate to one side or the other. For example; Benjamin Zander has an interactive form of presenting that captivates audiences all over the world. Watching his unique style of presenting you will notices that he maintains ...
Presentation of the Rhetorical Triangle
Imagine you have been asked to prepare a presentation on the Rhetorical Triangle for the following group of students:
Audience: Fifty students who have neither seen the classroom materials nor read the readings for this unit.
Topics: The rhetorical triangle, the speaker, the audience, the topic/setting
Hint: Rhetorical Triangle: The dynamic relationship among the speaker, the audience, and the topic/setting is known as the Rhetorical Triangle. The rhetorical triangle is comprised of three primary elements: the speaker, the audience, and the topic/setting. The shape and form of the rhetorical act or 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 Topic/Setting: Remember that the setting includes both the physical place and the social/cultural backdrop of the content and presentation.
Create a simple 5-6-slide PowerPoint presentation that will relay the key points to to this audience.View Full Posting Details