|LC Classifications||PE1408 .K472|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||56 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||11003562|
Text-book on Rhetoric by Brainerd Kellogg. Publication date Publisher Maynard, Merrill & Co. Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Harvard University Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user g: exercises. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Kellogg's Rhetoric by Brainerd Kellogg. Publisher Maynard, Merrill, Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the . Activity-driven introductory chapters introduce the key AP® English Language skills: Chapter 1 —Introducing Rhetoric teaches students to analyze and use rhetorical strategies, including the rhetorical triangle, classical appeals, and visual rhetoric.; Chapter 2 — Close Reading guides students in analyzing diction and syntax with an emphasis on their rhetorical effects. The practice exercises range from fairly simple ones requiring students to write sentences reflecting a certain rhetorical device while other exercises are a bit more complex, involving analysis of said rhetorical devices in passages. The content includes: Popular Rhetorical Devices: Strategy Hyperbole Understatement Litotes Antithesis HypophoraReviews:
1B Grammar. Present tense contrast. Exercise 1 page 5. 1aear w 1b ’m / am wearing 2a is, leaving 2b does, leave. 3a take 3b are, taking 4a doesn’t see 4b isn’t seeing. 5a ’s / is starting 5b starts 6a does, work 6b Is, working. Exercise 2 big argument and in page 5. Kellogg’s is the world’s largest cereal maker since and is located in the United States. Kellogg’s products has become a part of the delicious mornings for the people around the world since a century. Its business is operated in two segments: Kellogg’s North America and Kellogg’s International. 66% of the revenue to the company [ ]. Each individual rhetorical situation shares five basic elements with all other rhetorical situations: A text (i.e., an actual instance or piece of communication) An author (i.e., someone who uses communication) An audience (i.e., a recipient of communication)Missing: Kelloggs. Premise 1: Philosophy is dangerous whenever it is taken seriously. Premise 2: So is life. Premise 3: Safety is not an option. Conclusion: Our choices are not between risk and security, but between a life lived consciously, fully, humanly in the most complete sense and a life that just happens
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