The argument will provoke readers to think about the meanings of “awesome” and “suck”. It will cause them to reflect these two words on their own life, to wonder if they are awesome, or if they suck. In order to prove his main argument; the author relies on sub-arguments that combine together to produces the main argument. He first starts by defining what he means by the words “awesome” and “suck”. Then goes on to explain how they are used in the daily lives.
In the theory of rhetoric, logos, ethos and pathos are the three factors that make a speech convincing and ‘successful’. Logos refers to the part in the speech which appeals to the logical side of the audience. This is usually done through the way the speech is structured, and the
b. Monroe Motivated Sequence People tend to look for a solution; whenever they feel a want or need, they will search for a way to satisfy it,when they confronted with a problem that disturbs their normal orientation (Alan Monroe 1969). Derived by following those normal processes of human thinking Monroe create a sequence name The Motivated Sequence, it motivates an audience to respond affirmatively to the speaker’s purpose .The sequence contains five distinct steps. 1. Attention First and foremost, for deliver the speech speaker need to gain the attention of the audience since if we do not have their attention we can not persuade the audience ,speaker can grabs the audience’s attention and orients them to the issue use a humorous or dramatic story, a question, a quotation, a startling statement, etc. For example, in a speech designed to get the audience to concerning about the obesity from unhealthy food ,Jamie Oliver open the speech by using a dramatic opening “Sadly, in the next 18 minutes when I do our chat, four Americans that are alive will be dead from the food that they eat.” Jamie grabs the audience attention by questioning how in short time four people can die from the food they eat.
People can be good at many things, and sometimes they are the best at those things. I believe that Ray Bradbury, focused on multiple craft moves in The Veldt such as dialogue, personification, and flashbacks to show that he can be one of the best, when it comes to adding craft moves into his writing. He made the writing more interesting and described and showed the moments in different ways. He also used many different craft moves throughout the story, but I think that these three, dialogue, personification, and flashbacks are the most important, and I believe that without these craft moves the story wouldn’t have as big of an impact on the reader as it did with them. Ray Bradbury used dialogue to show how the characters are feeling at that exact moment, and is shown throughout the story to show interactions between characters in that moment in time.
Then, the audience is the last key term. The rhetor makes the audience itself a key term to easily identify and relate with the audience using pathos and logos that was discussed earlier. Using the audience as a key term is an resourceful way to grab their attention. He uses this to not only talk to the Americans, but also to sympathize, relate, and grieve with them. This may allow the reader to recognize the use of key terms in speeches to effectively reach an audience.
If you choose to bring up constraints that benefit you have a good chance at winning an argument. All four elements of a rhetorical situation are equally as important as each other, although some are more complicated. Without just one of these constituents the discourse would make little to no sense or would completely not happen at all. Rhetorical discourses are a great opportunity to hear others opinions on controversial topics as well as speak your own
Through the attempt of writing these personal essays, with the help of my teacher and the materials made available to me, I can affirmatively say that I feel more confident as a writer and as an editor. I say that because I feel self-aware to an extent to be able to see the major flaws in my personal essays and being able to edit them to produce better quality writings. A significant development in my writing was to acknowledge the “Show not tell” phrase and implement it in my personal essays. This particular rule has helped me out majorly focus on deploying the five essential human senses which include sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste. Deploying this sensory language has further enabled me to “show” my audience what I intend to communicate to them.
According to Walter Fisher, storytelling is a perfect example of human nature. The easiest way to comprehend human communication is through storytelling. He believes that as long as a story being used to communicate is interesting and exciting to the receiver, facts and evidence fall wayside in favor of a compelling story. Per this theory, advertising is composed of an intention to persuade through entertaining storytelling rather than a rational collection of facts and arguments. Most aspects of advertising fall easily into this paradigm.
Persuasive message means to convince the receiver to change his ideas and opt the ideas or changes which the communicator wants. When the person is in thoughtful way his reply to the message depends on the merits of message and when the persons is in mindlessly way takes the decision how attractive the speakers speaks or the he communicate his message and also reaction of the receiver is important. Elements of persuasive message: 1. Understand the audience: The communicator should identify the decision maker and make him a centre of influence. The communicator should know the what the audience know about what his communicating?