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Rhetorical Triangle and Rhetorical Relationships


This is part of the Rhetorical Analysis Unit posted by smousseau.

This lesson is also an activity where students learn about the rhetorical triangle and rhetorical relationships, then practice them using a RAFT in two different ways.

Learning Targets: 
Understand the rhetorical triangle
Describe rhetorical relationships
Write using a given rhetorical relationship
Change a rhetorical relationship to affect the way and argument is made
Reflect on the difference changing a rhetorical relationship makes.