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Cover page-rhetorical analysis-selling safe sex in public schools

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Dean Search Professor McCorry Thought and Expression 8 November 2010 Cover Letter Throughout this unit I struggled to find the true meaning and process of how to write a quality rhetorical analysis. As I progressed from analysis to analysis I slowly gained a grasp of the basics of how to write an effective one. In high school I never was asked to write nor taught the components of a rhetorical analysis. I believe this was the reason for my constant struggle in the beginning to communicate my understanding of how to write one. When we were asked to write a rhetorical analysis for our unit two paper, I panicked. This was because I was unsure if I was properly writing them. The previous short rhetorical analyses helped me get some feedback on what I was doing wrong and what I needed to add
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Unformatted text preview: to my papers. Although I was panicked in the beginning, I eventually calmed myself and wrote out a sketch to the article that I chose, Selling Safe Sex in Public Schools . This process was fairly easy and gave me a good start to my paper. Next, I began my rough draft and added to my work that I had done previously in the sketch. This part was a little more time consuming then the sketch and provided me with a better idea of which direction I was going with my paper. After finishing the rough draft I went to get my paper checked. This is where I learned what I needed to work on and what I needed to add to make my paper effective. Lastly, I wrote my final draft. This was the hardest and most time consuming of the three steps in the process....
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Chapman during the Spring '11 term at Arcadia University.

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