2016 TED-Ed video gives overview of rhetoric

You might be interested in sharing this short instructional TED-Ed video to give students or friends an overview of Aristotle’s 3 genres and 3 appeals and how they can be used.

“How to use rhetoric to get what you want” (04:30), posted Sept. 20, 2016 by the TED-Ed YouTube channel https://youtu.be/3klMM9BkW5o

The title sounds like it teaches how to use rhetoric for selfish ends, but the content focuses on public rhetoric and encourages ethical use of rhetoric through ethos, argument, and cautions about pathos.

Full video information is on the TED-Ed website at http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-to-use-rhetoric-to-get-what-you-want-camille-a-langston

  • Educator: Camille A. Langston
  • Script Editor: Alex Gendler
  • Director: Hector Herrera
  • Producer: Pazit Cahlon
  • Sound Designer: Nick Sewell

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