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Making Speech Count: Rhetoric in Practice.

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The power of speech; rhetoric can be taught.

Rhetoric, as part of the Trivium, is central to our Framework for Teaching and Learning. We’re now starting to put the ideas into practice.  This week, our newly appointed Director of Spoken Literacy, Andrew Fitch, gave out this excellent guide to putting rhetoric into action in everyday lessons. It’s great. Shared here with Andrew’s permission.

Download it here: Spoken Literacy and Rhetoric in the classroom

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UPDATE. Here is a poster we’re putting out to reinforce some basics:

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Discussion

6 thoughts on “Making Speech Count: Rhetoric in Practice.

  1. Thank you for sharing /v useful strategies,
    Much appreciated.

    Like

    Posted by Rosy | September 9, 2015, 9:59 pm

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