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Do you feel that the website is effective? Why or why not?Use these questions to guide the content of your rhetorical analysis.During the week, review your classmates’ posts. What are some similarities and differences between yourresponse and your peers’ responses?Topic 2 Participation
page of 9211. 2. Description:NATopic 3: Evaluating a Rhetorical Analysis of a Public DocumentTDescriptionObjectives:Analyze the visual rhetoric embedded in a public document.Cite properly using in-text and bibliographic citations.Study MaterialsSWriting With PurposeDescription:Read Chapters 2, and 4 in Writing With Purpose. Visual PersuasionDescription:Read “Visual Persuasion in George W. Bush's Presidency: Cowboy Imagery in Public Discourse,” by Hoffman, from (2011).Congress & The PresidencyVisual RhetoricDescription:Read “Visual Rhetoric: Primary Metaphors and Symmetric Object Alignment. Metaphor & Symbol,” by Ortiz, from (2010).Metaphor & SymbolVisual Rhetoric: OverviewDescription:Read “Visual Rhetoric: Overview” from the Purdue Online Writing lab.Optional: Grammar Resources in the Student Success CenterDescription:Use media in the Student Success Center to improve your writing skills such as:Parallel Structure
page of 1021TasksTBenchmark - Rhetorical Analysis of a Public Document Final DraftDescription:Revise the draft you have written, utilizing the feedback from your peer review. Complete your revision inconjunction with the guidelines for the first draft assignment given in Topic 2.This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiarwith expectations for successful completion.Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the GCU Style Guide, located in the StudentSuccess Center.You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. Refer to the LopesWrite Technicalfor assistance. Support articlesTopic 3 DQ 1Description:As the name implies, means the part of communication that involves what is seen, includingvisual rhetoriccolors, forms, and the way what we are seeing is laid out on the page. Font type and size can also be included invisual design. The term can sometimes cause confusion, so for clarity’s sake; here it means techniquesrhetoricused for the sake of persuasion.Keeping these definitions in mind, describe an image from one of the CDC website pages on ADHD () that you find to be especially powerful and persuasive. Whatmakes it so? Identify the image’s purpose and audience. Please be sure to provide a description of your chosenimage so that your classmates and instructor can also analyze your selection.During the week, read your classmates' posts and explain the degree to which you agree or disagree about theeffectiveness of the visuals the CDC has provided on its page about ADHD.