Writing an effective speech using rhetoric

In this lesson, we will focus on writing speeches. Drawing upon spectacular speakers of the past, we will explore how rhetoric is used to build instant trust with a crowd. We will use this inspiration to create our own professional speeches, to secure our powers of persuasion for any scenario.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.When writing articles, we should withhold our:

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Q2.An example of anaphora is:

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Q3.A headline is useful for:

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Q4.Close down counterarguments with:

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Q5.When planning to write an opinion article, it is important that you plan (select two answers):

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Q6.Fundamental means:

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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.When writing articles, we should withhold our:

1/6

Q2.An example of anaphora is:

2/6

Q3.A headline is useful for:

3/6

Q4.Close down counterarguments with:

4/6

Q5.When planning to write an opinion article, it is important that you plan (select two answers):

Select two (2) boxes

5/6

Q6.Fundamental means:

6/6

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Writing rhetoric: key features of rhetorical speech writing

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Q1.Ethos is vital to speeches because:

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Q2.Hypophora is:

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Q3.Some of the best rhetoric speakers in history were:

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Q4.Napoleon was confident in his speech through the use of:

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Q5.Effective rhetoric when speaking helps you to (give two answers):

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Q6.Name three key ways to help with expanding sentences (select three answers):

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Writing rhetoric: key features of rhetorical speech writing

Complete the questions below:

Q1.Ethos is vital to speeches because:

1/6

Q2.Hypophora is:

2/6

Q3.Some of the best rhetoric speakers in history were:

3/6

Q4.Napoleon was confident in his speech through the use of:

4/6

Q5.Effective rhetoric when speaking helps you to (give two answers):

Select two (2) boxes

5/6

Q6.Name three key ways to help with expanding sentences (select three answers):

Select three (3) boxes

6/6

Lesson summary: Writing an effective speech using rhetoric

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