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Ap language and composition lesson: april 10, 2020

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Identify and describe components of the rhetorical situation: the exigence, ... for additional information and examples, click here.
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AP Language and CompositionLesson: April 10, 2020Objectives:1. Identify and describe components of the rhetorical situation: the exigence, audience, writer,purpose, context, and message.2. Explain how writers’ choices reflect the components of the rhetorical situation.Before you beginWhat you need:● Your work from yesterday● Patrick Henry’s speech○ Click the link to access “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death.”Lesson:● Today you will continue to analyze Patrick Henry’s “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death.”● You will be asked to identify and explain rhetorical devices such as Aristotle’s appeals,allusions, figurative language, and antithesis.● Click the link to access “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death.”Lesson - continuedImportant Terms1. Aristotle’s appeals: logos, ethos, pathos● If you need a refresher, click here.2. Allusion: A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumably commonly known, such as an event, book,myth, place, or work of art. Allusions can be historical, liter...