Reflection: Student Feedback Constructing a Rhetorical Situation - Section 3: Listening with a Critical Lens

 

As I walked around the room and joined groups, it was evident that the students enjoyed talking about issues.  While a handful did the bullying issue I gave as an example, the rest had unique issues, and a couple had issues that they really plan to present to an audience.  As you will see in my reflections of other parts of the lesson, however, talking about the rhetorical situation and using it for writing a statement turned out to be totally different experiences; while they talked well about situations in theory, acting on the situation was a challenge.

  They Enjoy Talking About Issues
  Student Feedback: They Enjoy Talking About Issues
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Constructing a Rhetorical Situation

Unit 2: Understanding Rhetoric
Lesson 3 of 13

Objective: SWBAT recognize and construct the rhetorical situation around topics according to audience

Big Idea: Outlining the rhetorical situation is key to developing a persuasive text.

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Collaboration Strategies, Reading, English / Language Arts, Comprehension (Reading), rhetorical modes, rhetorical strategy, rhetorical analysis
  75 minutes
istock scared turtle
 
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