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ENG 1101 Rhetoric Triangle of The Philosopher Aristotle Journal

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Name: Ha Anh Duong
ID: 1568749
Course number: ENG 1101
Week 1:
In the first week, I received the knowledge of The Rhetoric Triangle of the
philosopher Aristotle. The Rhetoric Triangle consists of three elements: Ethos,
Pathos, Logos. These three elements work closely together to make rational
and convincing thesis.
- Ethos: This is based on the assertion of those with expertise and knowledge,
of those who are researching and working in that profession. These people
are all influential people and are trusted by people in their field
- Pathos: This is based on the author's accumulated experience. It is often
used to link arguments in paragraphs and to make thesis more rigid.
- Logos: This is based on logic. All information given must be clear,
understandable and related to each other. Facts, statistics, and logical
reasoning are all ways to incorporate logos into the essay.
Week 2:
- In the second week, I learned about The Claim with Reasons Structure. This
structure requires at least two reasons for each writer's point of view. It will
make those arguments stronger and persuade readers, making the reader

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understand what the author wants to convey. An argument with two or more
reasons always makes the essay detailed and specific
Week 3:
- In the third week, I was introduced to the best way to open the article.
Opening the article should be written in an upside-down triangle model and
the sharp bottom is the main point of the article. All previous information is
provided to help readers generalize and access to the main thesis. The order
of elements in the thesis should be reflected in the order of ideas in the body
paragraphs.
Week 4:
- In the fourth week, I was approached with how to revise the article. The
revision consists of two parts, local revision and global revision. Local revision
is cleaning up all grammatical and mechanical errors including using the
wrong word, using the wrong verb tenses, providing false information, using
the wrong punctuation. Global revision is incorporate later learning and writing
experiences into the article including article layout, full of arguments and
evidence, close links, smooth tone. Specially, global revision will bring more
changes to the article than local revisions; writers should apply global revision
methods to their articles.
Week 5:
- In the fifth week, I came across a very interesting literary genre, poetry. I
know that writing poetry is very difficult because it requires the poet know how

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Name: Ha Anh Duong ID: 1568749 Course number: ENG 1101 Week 1: In the first week, I received the knowledge of The Rhetoric Triangle of the philosopher Aristotle. The Rhetoric Triangle consists of three elements: Ethos, Pathos, Logos. These three elements work closely together to make rational and convincing thesis. - Ethos: This is based on the assertion of those with expertise and knowledge, of those who are researching and working in that profession. These people are all influential people and are trusted by people in their field - Pathos: This is based on the author's accumulated experience. It is often used to link arguments in paragraphs and to make thesis more rigid. - Logos: This is based on logic. All information given must be clear, understandable and related to each other. Facts, statistics, and logical reasoning are all ways to incorporate logos into the essay. Week 2: - In the second week, I learned about The Claim with Reasons Structure. This structure requires at least two reasons for each writer's point of view. It will make those arguments stronger and persuade readers, making the reader understand what the author wants to convey. An argument with two or more rea ...
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