Practice with Rhetorical Appeals: Homer’s The Iliad

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All great war heroes eventually struggle with their duty serving their country and providing for their family. This lesson includes two passages from the Iliad- Odysseus attempting to persuade Achilles to return to the war and Trojan hero Hector's speech to his wife arguing that he must return to battle.

The resource includes author-made video clips with captions and commentary, a discussion of the classical argument, discussion topics, a graphic organizer, an AP-style writing prompt, scored student samples and connections to the modern dilemma that soldiers and firefighters face when honoring their responsibilities.

Key words: Odysseus, Achilles, Hector, Troy, Greek heroes, rhetorical appeals, ethos, logos, pathos, classical argument, moral dilemmas, persuasion, war, 9/11
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Practice with Rhetorical Appeals: Homer’s The Iliad
Practice with Rhetorical Appeals: Homer’s The Iliad
Practice with Rhetorical Appeals: Homer’s The Iliad
Practice with Rhetorical Appeals: Homer’s The Iliad