Gandhi: Reading and analysis of rhetoric for motivation

In this lesson, we will learn about Mahatma Gandhi, a peaceful protestor who believed all living things should be equal. We will think about how his reputation as a peacekeeper is emphasised within his speech and how this may have influenced his audience. We will explore how Gandhi used the leading principles of Ahimsa to deliver his incredible Quit India speech, and how his use of language changed Indian history.

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Q1.Churchill uses _________ language of an appendix to highlight the impossible situation the British forces faced.

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Q2.Churchill says that the _____ of the British Army were at Dunkirk during the week of the evacuation.

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Q3.Patriotic means:

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Q4.Prosaic means if something is:

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Q5.Churchill pays tribute to the British troops by saying that they are superior to (select two answers):

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Q6.In the closing of his speech, Churchill uses this repeatedly to reinforce a high level of morale:

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

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Question 5

Question 6

Q1.Churchill uses _________ language of an appendix to highlight the impossible situation the British forces faced.

1/6

Q2.Churchill says that the _____ of the British Army were at Dunkirk during the week of the evacuation.

2/6

Q3.Patriotic means:

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Q4.Prosaic means if something is:

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Q5.Churchill pays tribute to the British troops by saying that they are superior to (select two answers):

Select two (2) boxes

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Q6.In the closing of his speech, Churchill uses this repeatedly to reinforce a high level of morale:

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Rhetoric and motivation: Gandhi

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Q1.To empower means (select two answers):

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Q2.The name Mahatma means:

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Q3.Gandhi believed in:

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Q4.His Quit India speech left those that listened feeling:

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Q5.Gandhi's famous 'Quit India' speech demanded:

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Rhetoric and motivation: Gandhi

Complete the questions below:

Question 1

Question 2

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Q1.To empower means (select two answers):

Select two (2) boxes

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Q2.The name Mahatma means:

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Q3.Gandhi believed in:

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Q4.His Quit India speech left those that listened feeling:

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Q5.Gandhi's famous 'Quit India' speech demanded:

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