Frequently Misused Literary and Rhetorical Terms Lecture Notes

Frequently Misused Literary and Rhetorical Terms Lecture Notes
Frequently Misused Literary and Rhetorical Terms Lecture Notes
Frequently Misused Literary and Rhetorical Terms Lecture Notes
Frequently Misused Literary and Rhetorical Terms Lecture Notes
Frequently Misused Literary and Rhetorical Terms Lecture Notes
Frequently Misused Literary and Rhetorical Terms Lecture Notes
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This document is an outline of a lecture for students who have difficulty understanding the intricacies of literary terminology. Included in the outline are specific, concrete explanations of
*differences between tone and mood

*the various components of an argument (premises, assumptions, and conclusions);

*characterization terms (including direct versus indirect characterization, foil characters, static versus dynamic)

*essential notes about identifying types of diction and writing diction analysis

This document is especially useful in an AP or IB setting, but I designed and use the lecture with my freshmen English students. Please note this file is an outline only, not an sentence-by-sentence lecture. However, the outline is detailed enough to allow instructors to speak extemporaneously.
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