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Rhetorical Geometries

posted: 10.15.07 by Barclay Barrios

Introduce your students to the classic rhetorical triangle of receiver, sender, and message, using any material in the handbook on rhetorical situations or stance. Then ask students to make new shapes to explain rhetorical situations: what other elements should be considered? Would the inclusion of style make a rhetorical square? What elements would be in a rhetorical hexagon?

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