Thoughts Clothed in Words: Classical Rhetoric from a Biblical Worldview Tyler Howat Author
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Rhetoric is best defined as the art and science of persuasion, but it is much more than that. It's about communicating well and expressing yourself to the best of your ability. In Thoughts Clothed in Words, we study Aristotle's Five Canons of Rhetoric, in addition to dissecting and examining great (and not-so-great) speeches and essays, both historical and contemporary. We hope to discover how the writer persuades,utilizes a thesis, and implements figures of speech and style.This course emphasizes academic writing, use of a thesis, proofs, and the senior capstone thesis project. It also covers delivery of speeches from enunciation through debate to defense of the senior thesis project. In this textbook you will find all you need for the culmination of a classical high school education.Thoughts Clothed in Words overhauls the textbooks formerly known as BiblicalWorldview Rhetoric I & II. This one- or two-year course, though it looks new, has been used for several years by online schools, home school programs, and Classical Christian schools both in the United States and internationally.


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