******THIS ASSIGNMENT IS FOR AN OUTLINE ONLY******Please have a good working knowledge of Julius CaesarEventually, I will need to write a 5-paragraph persuasive essay explaining how Antony’s use of rhetoricalquestions and pathos persuades the Roman citizens and earns him sympathy and support. And I will need to use textual evidence from the play to prove my argument. But First, I need you help in writing the OUTLINE. This assignment is for an OUTLINE only……Please see the attached doc and fill it in with the information so that I can complete the essay later. Thank you so much for you help.
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Julius Caesar Outline
Introduction
Begin your essay with a hook that grabs the reader’s attention. In no more than three to four
sentences, summarize the plot of the play. Then write a thesis statement in which you state your
argument that Antony’s use of rhetorical questions and pathos in his speech persuades the Roman
citizens to follow his lead.
Hook
Write a sentence that grabs the reader’s
attention.
Plot/Background Info.
(3-4 sentences)
Who is Caesar? What happened to him?
Talk about the history of what leads to
Antony giving his speech. How are words
used as a weapon? What is Antony trying
to do with his speech? MAKE SURE TO
INCLUDE THE ​TAG​ HERE!
Thesis
Argue that Antony’s use of language
convinces the citizens to follow his lead.
Make sure you have your argument + 2-3
reasons to support your argument.
Body Paragraph #1
Explain Antony’s use of one rhetorical question and one pathos example in his speech. What point is
he trying to make? How does he cause feelings of pity? What is the reaction of the Roman citizens?
What effect do his words have on the Roman citizens?
Topic Sentence
State what you are going to talk about in
this paragraph.
Concrete Detail (CD)
Insert a quote of one ​rhetorical question​.
(2) – Commentary (CM)
Explain the meaning of the quote and what
Antony is trying to achieve by asking it.
Explain how the audience reacts.
Concrete Detail (CD)
Insert a quote of one ​pathos/feeling of
pity​.
(2) – Commentary (CM)
Explain the meaning of the quote and how
Antony wanted the Roman citizens to react
to this quote. Explain how this quote
affected the Roman citizens.
Concluding Sentence (CS)
Write a conclusion sentence about these
examples of the argument.
Body Paragraph #2
Explain Antony’s use of one rhetorical question and one pathos example in his speech. What point is
he trying to make? How does he cause feelings of pity? What is the reaction of the Roman citizens?
What effect do his words have on the Roman citizens?
Transition + Topic
Sentence
State what you are going to talk about in
this paragraph.
Concrete Detail (CD)
Insert a quote of one ​rhetorical question​.
(2) – Commentary (CM)
Explain the meaning of the quote and what
Antony is trying to achieve by asking it.
Explain how the audience reacts.
Concrete Detail (CD)
Insert a quote of one ​pathos/feeling of
pity​.
(2) – Commentary (CM)
Explain the meaning of the quote and how
Antony wanted the Roman citizens to react
to this quote. Explain how this quote
affected the Roman citizens.
Concluding Sentence (CS)
Write a conclusion sentence about these
examples of the argument.
Body Paragraph #3
Explain Antony’s use of one rhetorical question and one pathos example in his speech. What point is
he trying to make? How does he cause feelings of pity? What is the reaction of the Roman citizens?
What effect do his words have on the Roman citizens?
Transition + Topic
Sentence
State what you are going to talk about in
this paragraph.
Concrete Detail (CD)
Insert a quote of one ​rhetorical question​.
(2) – Commentary (CM)
Explain the meaning of the quote and what
Antony is trying to achieve by asking it.
Explain how the audience reacts.
Concrete Detail (CD)
Insert a quote of one ​pathos/feeling of
pity​.
(2) – Commentary (CM)
Explain the meaning of the quote and how
Antony wanted the Roman citizens to react
to this quote. Explain how this quote
affected the Roman citizens.
Concluding Sentence (CS)
Write a conclusion sentence about these
examples of the argument.
Conclusion

1) Restate your thesis in different words than in your introductory paragraph.
2) Briefly restate your main points. What should your reader be thinking at this point about
the topic of your paper?
3) Conclude your idea of how Antony’s speech had a powerful impact. How do you know he
won over the crowd through his words?
4) And finally, add a final thought, message, or lesson here!
*** Remember not to introduce any NEW information or quotes in your conclusion!

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