Gandhi: Rhetoric as a tool to encourage peace

In this lesson, we will continue to study Gandhi's Quit India speech, and understand how he managed to empower an audience that may not have been or felt empowered at the time. We will consider how Gandhi outlined a clear purpose within his speech, and explore how this was key to creating a strong sense of ethos with the crowd.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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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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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!

Q1.To empower means (select two answers):

Select two (2) boxes

1/5

Q2.The name Mahatma means:

2/5

Q3.Gandhi believed in:

3/5

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

4/5

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

5/5

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Rhetoric and motivation: Gandhi

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Q1.Vital means (select two answers):

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Q2.The name Mahatma means:

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Q3.Ahimsa means:

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Q4.Gandhi thought that this was holding back change in India:

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Q5.Gandhi reading Carlyle’s French Revolution and mentioning it in his speech builds:

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Rhetoric and motivation: Gandhi

Complete the questions below:

Q1.Vital means (select two answers):

Select two (2) boxes

1/5

Q2.The name Mahatma means:

2/5

Q3.Ahimsa means:

3/5

Q4.Gandhi thought that this was holding back change in India:

4/5

Q5.Gandhi reading Carlyle’s French Revolution and mentioning it in his speech builds:

5/5

Lesson summary: Gandhi: Rhetoric as a tool to encourage peace

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