Sojourner Truth's use of rhetoric and structure

In this lesson, we will continue to explore the way in which abolitionist Sojourner Truth used rhetorical devices to frame her argument. Building upon our knowledge of logos, we will consider how Truth used particular language to emphasise the injustices she identified to the audience.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.What is injustice?

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Q2.Sojourner Truth was an:

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Q3.As an abolitionist, Truth fought for:

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Q4.Sojourner Truth fought for which TWO of these?

Select two (2) boxes

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Q5.Anecdotes are:

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Q6.Truth built ethos with her audience by being:

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Q7.Truth highlights injustice with (choose THREE):

Select three (3) boxes

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Quiz:

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.What is injustice?

1/7

Q2.Sojourner Truth was an:

2/7

Q3.As an abolitionist, Truth fought for:

3/7

Q4.Sojourner Truth fought for which TWO of these?

Select two (2) boxes

4/7

Q5.Anecdotes are:

5/7

Q6.Truth built ethos with her audience by being:

6/7

Q7.Truth highlights injustice with (choose THREE):

Select three (3) boxes

7/7

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Injustice: Pankhurst & Sojourner Truth

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Q1.What is injustice?

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Q2.Sojourner Truth opens her speech with:

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Q3.Truth uses a tricolon to demonstrate that she is:

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Q4.Truth's anecdote of her enslaved children is:

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Q5.The final exclamatory sentence prompts the audience to:

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Q6.It was difficult for women to speak out because they had:

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Injustice: Pankhurst & Sojourner Truth

Complete the questions below:

Q1.What is injustice?

1/6

Q2.Sojourner Truth opens her speech with:

2/6

Q3.Truth uses a tricolon to demonstrate that she is:

3/6

Q4.Truth's anecdote of her enslaved children is:

4/6

Q5.The final exclamatory sentence prompts the audience to:

5/6

Q6.It was difficult for women to speak out because they had:

6/6

Lesson summary: Sojourner Truth's use of rhetoric and structure

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