What drives people to pretend? When is it encouraged? When is it no longer acceptable? At what point does pretending become dangerous? Give an example.
Find a TedTalks seminar that speaks to you. Provide specifics on interesting points made within the performance. Name two rhetorical strategies the presenter uses to engage his/her audience and explain their effectiveness.
With regard to peer comments, you should each watch another presentation and comment on the same, adding one additional rhetorical strategy you noticed in the presentation.
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Please respond to the question in at least 10 sentences AND comment on another classmate's response. You can certainly disagree, but BE RESPECTFUL of the opinions/feelings of your classmates.