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Unformatted text preview: Reading Chapter 2: Topic, Angle, Purpose Chapter 3: Readers, Contexts, and Rhetorical Situations Essay 2: Rhetorical Analysis (Due this week) You will write a rhetorical analysis of a text or speech. Please be sure to follow the essay format you used for your first essay. Your introduction will end with your thesis statement, and all body paragraphs must support your thesis. Remember to identify which rhetorical strategy or strategies (ethos, logos, or pathos) the author uses. Use peer review and professor feedback from your draft to revise your Rhetorical Analysis into a polished final paper this week. Successful assignments will: 1. Be focused on analyzing a text, speech, or reading from your textbook. Other than the text, speech, or reading you choose, no additional research or outside sources should be included, unless previously discussed and approved by your professor. 2. Be between 1-2 pages with improvements made from the drafting stage. NOTE: Failure to make Be between 1-2 pages with improvements made from the drafting stage....
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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.
- Spring '11