James' use of rhetoric for change

A writer who uses rhetoric with advice and warning, Lennie James writes with a particular style to appeal to his audience in a unique and personal approach within his open letter on a topic that became more important with every second that passed. This lesson covers knife crime. If this is a sensitive topic to you, we recommend checking with a trusted adult before starting or doing the lesson with a trusted adult nearby.

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Q1.A short, interesting story to encourage pathos is called :

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Q3.Michelle Obama uses this to give herself advice:

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Q6.Obama writes this letter to:

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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

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Q1.A short, interesting story to encourage pathos is called :

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Q2.Chronological means:

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Q3.Michelle Obama uses this to give herself advice:

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Q4.Imperatives are:

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Q5.Tenacious means to be:

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Q6.Obama writes this letter to:

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Change: Lennie James

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Q1.‘Don’t throw your life away: be better than that.’ This is an example of (select two answers):

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Q2.'We should be ashamed. I am’ This is an example of (select two answers):

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Q3.An open letter is (select two answers):

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Q4.The main purpose of James' open letter is to (select two answers):

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Q5.At the start of the open letter, it is really important to James to build:

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Change: Lennie James

Complete the questions below:

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Q1.‘Don’t throw your life away: be better than that.’ This is an example of (select two answers):

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Q2.'We should be ashamed. I am’ This is an example of (select two answers):

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Q3.An open letter is (select two answers):

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Q4.The main purpose of James' open letter is to (select two answers):

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Q5.At the start of the open letter, it is really important to James to build:

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Lesson summary: James' use of rhetoric for change

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