GLOSSARY OF TERMS
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1. Type your notes in 16 font – if you want me to make an overhead, give me your paper
at least 1 day in advance of the presentation.
2. If you wish
to make a Powerpoint slide or two, then put it on a thumb drive and we can project it from my laptop.
3. For each term, go online and find another clarifying definition and a literary or rhetorical
o Avoid Wikipedia or suspicious .com sites with a great deal of advertising – the information is false and
o Use an authoritative source – .edu is always the best, but you may use your judgment.
o I suggest is using the Silva Rhetorica website.
You will find many rhetorical terms defined with examples on this site.
4. Be sure to provide the web source – otherwise you are plagiarizing.
5. If you are already given a literary example,
look up another one.
6. Be prepared to share your information and examples
on the date due.
7. There will be a matching test on the Glossary words.