Franklin and Henry Speech Analysis (1) - Name Analysis of Rhetorical Devices Used in Speeches Patrick Henrys Speech in the Virginia Convention and

Franklin and Henry Speech Analysis (1) - Name Analysis...

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Name ______________________________ Analysis of Rhetorical Devices Used in Speeches: Patrick Henry’s “Speech in the VirginiaConvention” and Benjamin Franklin’s “Speech in the Convention”For each speech identify the persuasive techniques (logos, pathos, and ethos) and rhetoricaldevices (repetition, restatement, parallelism, antithesis, rhetorical question) used. Explain how these devices make the speeches more powerful. Patrick Henry’s “Speech in the Virginia Convention” 1. Persuasive Techniques Logos o Textual Evidence: Pathos o Textual Evidence: Ethos o Textual Evidence 2. Rhetorical Devices Repetition o Textual Evidence: Restatement o Textual Evidence Parallelism o Textual Evidence Antithesis o Textual Evidence Rhetorical Question o Textual Evidence
Benjamin Franklin’s “Speech in the Convention” Patrick Henry’s “Speech in the Virginia Convention” 1. Persuasive Techniques Logos o Textual Evidence: Pathos o Textual Evidence: Ethos o Textual Evidence 2. Rhetorical Devices Repetition o Textual Evidence: Restatement o Textual Evidence Parallelism o Textual Evidence Antithesis o Textual Evidence Rhetorical Question o Textual Evidence How do these devices make the speeches more powerful?

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