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What is Educational Landscape

Futuristic and Linguistic Perspectives on Teaching Writing to Second Language Students
A contextual and purposeful collection of teaching styles, attitudes, principals that reflect a specific time and environment.
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Rewriting the Future Through Rhetorical Technology
Eda Başak Hancı-Azizoglu (Mediterranean (Akdeniz) University, Turkey) and Nurdan Kavaklı (Izmir Democracy University, Turkey)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-6508-7.ch001
The failure to advance our understanding of intellectual rhetoric prevents opening up new avenues for rewriting the future through rhetorical technology. Rhetorical technology is the intellectual ability to use the power of empathy for human evolution through imagination and rhetorical data analysis. It draws attention to the fact that human beings can avoid repeating the same catastrophic events that their ancestors experienced with rhetorical data analysis. Within the context of this study, rhetorical technology has indeed a magical and intellectual power, and teaching empathy through writing and world languages can offer more sophisticated worldviews for humanity to evolve. For this purpose, it is quite futuristic and technological to treat writing as a resource for guiding the next generation to rewrite the future through empathy and technology.
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