Rhetorical Elements Worksheet

Rhetorical Elements Worksheet - Conventions of Reference...

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Project Two Rhetorical Elements Worksheet Directions:  Fill in the information according to the two articles you read. Write specifics as well as notes  as this will help you to write your paper later on. While you should fill in all of the following information,  you will not need to discuss each of these elements in your essay. Instead, you will focus on the 4-6 most  prominent similarities/differences you find between the popular and scholarly source. Popular Source: Rhetorical Situation Subject:  Writer: Audience: What assumptions does the author make about the audience? Purpose: Argument Thesis/Claim: Three Categories of Conventions Conventions of Structure (how organized):
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Unformatted text preview: Conventions of Reference (how and what kind of quotations and references are used, how are they documented): Conventions of Language: Word Choice: Expressing Disagreement: Language of Conviction Sentence Structure: Tone: Additional Notes Academic Source: Rhetorical Situation Subject: Writer: Audience: What assumptions does the author make about the audience? Purpose: Argument Thesis/Claim: Three Categories of Conventions Conventions of Structure: Conventions of Reference: Conventions of Language: Word Choice: Expressing Disagreement: Language of Conviction: Sentence Structure: Tone: Additional Notes...
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Cornett during the Spring '08 term at N.C. State.

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