There are a number of rhetorical situations that help in developing the language writing ability of the people. Ethos refers to the credibility of the speaker who is participating in the discussions. It has been found from reflective analysis that the ethos of the speaker played a profound impact while they voiced or expressed their views. Many of these discussions are found to be in cafeteria. These lunch cafeteria, provide a unique opportunity where there are discussions among peers about various issues. These issues are relevant issues that the students face during the course. It is about the difficult subjects, and the strict professors. Different ideological viewpoints about an issue are discussed in these rhetorical situations. Peer discussions also aid in developing and constructing thought process and also help in identification of individual beliefs. It fosters communication skills. During peer interaction, there is implicit empathy and understanding of the students. This helps in greater understanding of issues while considering viewpoints.
Classroom discussions are another important factor that helps in effective analysis. There is a questioning spirit developed.From analysis, it is quite clear that rhetoric is developed from clarity of thought. There is more leverage given to speaker who has established credibility. It is not limited to linguistic skills of the people. A person having clear critical analysis skills can become an effective leader with a strong persuasive rhetoric. For identification of strong rhetoric, there is a need to probe into the ideology of audience. In this context of active audience, it has been found that the speaker or the author makes certain presuppositions regarding the beliefs held by the audience. Active audiences are seen in peer interactions and rhetorical situations on the campus. Discourse communities also elucidate the inherent issues involved in formulating an opinion. From a personal standpoint, discourse communities and rhetoric enables individuals to become better orators or writers.