Rhetoric and Analytic style of writing
I realized rhetoric was depicted as just any sort of persuasive writing. I don’t think that coercion is rhetoric but is used for persuasion or trying to convince. It seems to me to be an opportunity to shed light on a certain subject that some students have never known before. It seems necessary for college students to learn to use rhetoric because there’s a point in their lives where they have to stand up for something they believe.
I accept that rhetoric is the art of convincing and leading since rhetorical speakers appear to be highly convincing and have a sense of leadership that blows away their audiences. Kayla Itsines, the most famous personal Instagram trainer, is one example of this. She is very diligent and persuades her public effectively to work towards a better body. Her own “Bikini Body Guides” are strongly promoted. As a pioneer in weight loss, she is proven to show.
I presume that “peer pressure” may be an example of expression and rhetoric. Often, I’ve allowed this rhetorical type to reach me too far. I was given a complete metaphor in this case, and the reasoning was messed up. I hung out and pulled a group of friends, one of them. He enlightened it and handed it on to me. I had never smoked before, so I had tried to deny that, but he still taunted me and told me that it was easy. He felt the need to tell me that he would roll up his problems when he rolled a new one, lick his solutions, inhale the ‘good shit’ and exhale the ‘bull shit.’ So I decided to try it. It got me into a bit of trouble at the end of the day, and I would never smoke if I went there.
This might sound stupid, but I tried to convince my mother to unground me recently. For some reason, I felt suicidal and lived in a concentration camp for some time. I, therefore, think I would use pathos to describe my emotions. I believe I feel that we, as a species, are made up of emotion. You must apply pathos to persuade people honestly. I shall take as an example the speech of Mayor Landrieu on the demolition of confederate monuments. Although the speech includes symbols, it is the pathos that impacts the audience and makes it consent to the action.
I learn more about watching something done. I can reproduce the acts and do the job. I’m an auditory learner, too. I get the most from listening to lectures or discussions. Visual learners have the best time to learn the things they should watch. I think we’re all comprised of a mixture of three types of learning. Visual, auditory, and kinesthetic are all essential forms of learning. It’s more complicated than just three easy lists. People have all three pieces. Things are visually simple for me, but I often need to interpret directions, and t all depends on what kind of topic it is. All can be modified to suit the learning of an individual. Some people profit from seeing math issues in a clear form. Example 4+4=8 and others need a word problem. Some topics will always be simple for people, and they will have problems with others, so not all styles are effective for everything.