Rhetorical Analysis Instructions + Rubric

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You will complete 3 rhetorical analyses. Consider these like “warm-ups” for the essays you will soon begin writing. The first two are organized for you (see, “Rhetorical Analysis Template.doc”), and the third is an actual essay in correct MLA style. Schedule time to look at your essay more than once —grammatical errors, spelling mistakes, and poorly organized papers will be penalized points! For help with essays, you can: 1) Schedule an appointment with the writing commons in the library 2) Stop in the ESL center for extra help—you can even sign up for individual tutoring sessions! 3) Talk to your instructor and your fellow classmates during office hours after class T/R. Hint: The main goal of a rhetorical analysis is to “decode” a text. Remember that rhetoric involves organizing information in order to persuade someone. Your job is to 1) take a complex, organized message and simplify it down to its elements, and 2) explaining why the message is effective (or ineffective). Rhetorical analysis #1
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2011 for the course ENG 11011 taught by Professor Dr.susant.lord during the Spring '08 term at Kent State.

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