• Pres 111 Unit 1 Ip
    tool that helps the speaker organize their presentation. The three elements of the Rhetorical Triangle are the speaker, the audience, and the situation. The Rhetorical Triangle consists of three components. The three components of the Rhetorical Triangle are: the speaker, the audience, and the...
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  • Unit 1 Individual Project Pres111
    =bjXCnAXp8cs When was this presentation given? August 2, 2010 Where was this presentation given? On the Lewis University campus Who was in the audience? Faculty, students, staff, friends, and family How does each part of the Rhetorical Triangle operate in the presentation? Pathos is focused on emotions...
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  • Formal Presentations
    Formal Presentations Unit 4 – Discussion Board American Intercontinental University Online October 23, 2012   Formal Presentations This discussion board post will discuss how a presentation’s Rhetorical Triangle is affected when the location is online. Also discussed will be my opinion on...
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  • Presentation
    Unit one (DB) By: Aisha Jones Presentation Essentials There are three primary elements that make the rhetorical triangle; the speaker, the audience, and the situation. Speaker: The types of motivation, the delivery style, level of expertise, the media preferences, and the biases of the...
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  • Four Approaches for Developing a Presentation
    three elements of the rhetorical triangle and they need to connect, or else even if one element is missing the presentation will fail (AIU Online, 2010). A speech or lecture is when the speaker is talking to a large crowd about a particular topic. In a speech or lecture, the speaker is delivering...
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  • Aristotle's Rhetoric Theory
    Aristotle only translated his ideas or dressed them in new clothes. Rhetoric is all about the speaker considering how to ethically present persuasive ideas with trustworthiness while appealing to audience emotions and reason. Richard West and Lynn H. Turner (2010) listed two...
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  • The Rhetorical Triangle
    The Rhetorical Triangle I will first define the rhetorical triangle modern there are three elements of the rhetorical triangle modern (speaker audience situations) the rhetorical triangle modern has three equal sections that create the triangular. The speaker is a person that is giving’s an oral...
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  • Effective Presentations
    , audience, and situation). After reviewing two videos on presentations I realized that not everyone follows the guidelines of the Rhetorical triangle and therefore their presentations leave audience wondering why I watched this presentation or why am I here. First Presentation Video The first video I...
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  • Case Studys
    Effective Presentations Kenneth M. Zachary Sr. American Intercontinental University Abstract This paper analyzes President-elect Barrack Obama’s video of his 2008 victory speech with in depth discussion of the three parts of The Rhetorical Triangle (speaker, audience, and situation). This...
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  • Rhetorical Triangle
    Presentation Essentials Tamie Martz PRES111-1301B-02 March 30 2013 American Intercontinental University Abstract The rhetorical triangle is used to, prepare for a speech there are three points to the rhetorical triangle, the speaker, audience, and the situation. It is also a very useful...
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  • New Nhs
    , Ethos 5. Understanding the rhetorical triangle and SOAPS (Subject, Occasion, Audience, Purpose, Speaker/Purpose) 6. How to write a rhetorical précis 7. How to annotate a text. • AP annotations by Mary Jo Potts: Mair’s“I am a Cripple” and Wood’s “My Wood” • How to read the prompt...
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  • Security Policy
    consider its unique types and three attributes of the rhetorical triangle. There are four approaches for developing a presentation which are: a speech and lecture, a workshop, a discussion, and a group activity. A Speech or Lecture: Normally used when the announcer speeches a large assembly and...
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  • Rhetorical Triangle
    Rhetorical Triangle Discussion Board PSP111-1001B-03 Presentation Essentials Rhetorical Triangle is the active correlation between the speaker, the audience, and the situation of a presentation or speech. The rhetorical triangle determines the success of a presentation or speech. When a speech...
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  • The Rhetorical Triangle
    feedback loop. Putting it to Use The rhetorical triangle can be put to use by watching a video of a presentation and analyze how it is applied. After watching Hochberger, (2012) present to his audience it’s clear that the situation is a lecture/speech and the event is to teach the audiences how to...
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  • speech and oral communication
    model of proof. Kinnevay also sees a model of communication in Aristotle’s description of proof: a.      Logos, inheres in the content or the message itself b.     Pathos, inheres in the audience c.      Ethos, inheres in the speaker 3.     Bitzer’s Rhetorical Situation. Lloyd Bitzer...
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  • Glossary
    (antiquated language) 23. argument—a carefully constructed, well-supported representation of how a writer sees an issue, problem, or subject 24. Aristotelian triangle—a diagram showing the relations of a writer or speaker, audience (reader or listener), and text in a rhetorical situation (see rhetorical...
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  • Final Rhetorical Criticism Paper
    different elements of style and rhetorical devices that were used throughout the speech. The fourth cannon is the delivery of the speech. It is how the speech was given and the critic judges how the presentation affected the goal of the rhetor. The fourth cannon cannot be applied because I was not...
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  • Speech Essay in Speech Format.
    interesting to read today. From here onwards, I’ll be splitting my presentation into three areas: ethos, logos and pathos. I will be demonstrating how the speakers’ ability to precisely target the rhetoric triangle has made it so successful that it has transcended time. If a speaker is perceived as...
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  • Communication Barriers
    questions & answers, if appropriate. When speeches and presentations are poorly organized, the impact of the message is reduced and the audience is less likely to accept the speaker or the speaker's ideas. As a speaker you should analyze your listeners and then decide how to present your ideas...
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  • A Pocket Guide to Public Speaking
    matter how passionately they believe in an issue, our most admired public speakers strive to respect differing viewpoints. When planning and delivering their speeches, they try to take audience members’ sensitivities related to culture, ethnicity, gender, age, disability, and other relevant...
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