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View the rhetoric slide show “lecture” in this module and then read unit i readings & videos (7 readings to prepare to write)

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If you want me to choose an essay for you then, use the default essay listed above. Otherwise, choose an essay that interests you. How should you begin? View the rhetoric slide show "Lecture" in this module and then read Unit I Readings & Videos (7 Readings to Prepare to Write) Then participate in the assigned discussions (see Unit I Discussions) by the deadline listed on the class schedule. F.A.Q. How do I begin? First, write a one to three paragraph summary about the essay that you will analyze. Include the following in your summary: consider your writer's audience (what are their concerns?); consider the current events that inspired your writer (briefly); consider the writer's goal or reason for writing. When you complete this summary you will have described the exigency for the writer's essay (the reason the essay exists or the real world need for the essay). Describing the exigency first will help you spot moments in the essay when a writer uses ethos, logos, and pathos. One more tip: when you write, you might find it helpful to imagine that your audience is comprised of Motlow students who have not had English 1020. Your job, then, is to explain to them what makes an argument work well based on an article that you chose from the book. Do I need a thesis? For a rhetorical analysis, it is easier to write the thesis after you have written an exploratory rough publish or an outline. The thesis is usually a statement that tells readers whether or not you think a writer did a good/poor/fair job using ethos, logos and pathos in his or her essay. Sometimes, you might have a thesis that says a writer handles pathos well, but really mismanages ethos, for example. How should you organize the analysis? You are the boss here. You can organize the paper by ethos, logos, and pathos, or you can move through the writer's essay start to finish (or whatever other way makes sense to you) as long as you discuss how effectively the writer uses the above rhetorical strategies. ESSAY REQUIREMENTS: Write a minimum of 700 words Quote within your essay using MLA in text citation at least 4 times. See Unit I Readings & Videos (7 Readings to Prepare to Write) for help here. Also see In-Text MLA Citation--the basics in 3 minutes! for help with in-text citation. Double-space your essay Follow MLA format for your essay layout: VIDEO: MLA Format. Watch and save tons of points! Use 12 point, Times New Roman Font Use MLA Essay format (see the MLA Format Help Module) Upload your essay to the Rhetorical Analysis Dropbox by the deadline on the class schedule https://stacks.cdc.gov/view/cdc/54242

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