week2 eng 112 - Reading Chapter 9: Rhetorical Analysis...

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Reading Chapter 9: Rhetorical Analysis Chapter 38: "Sleuthing Patriotic Slogans" (pages 683-684) and "A Few Ideas for Composing a Rhetorical Analysis" (page 698) Essay 2: Rhetorical Analysis draft (Begin Working) Begin to work on Essay 2: Rhetorical Analysis. This essay will be due at the end of next week (Week 3). Take advantage of the opportunity to participate in peer review in our discussion. You will need to post your draft to the discussion by Thursday of this week. This will allow you to develop your skills as a reader and critical analyst, as well as provide the added advantage of having others read your paper before you turn in your rough and final draft. You will write a rhetorical analysis of a text or speech. Choose a historical, nonfiction text or speech you find interesting, and write a rhetorical analysis of it. Your analysis should define the rhetorical concepts you will use to study the document or speech. It should summarize the text or speech, and offer some historical background on it. Then, offer a close analysis of the text or speech, explaining why it is effective or not. Remember to identify which
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This note was uploaded on 08/13/2011 for the course ENGL 112 taught by Professor Professorduffey during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Chicago.

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