Minority Stress, Majority Issue:
A Proposal for Minority Mental Health Awareness in University Students
SUBJECT: Final Proposal
DATE: December 8, 2014
The target audience for this proposal is the Active Minds chapter of the university, wit
1. Items presented in a series should be put in the same grammatical form.
Individual nouns should be matched with individual nouns, -ing verbs with ing verbs, phrases
with phrases, clauses with clauses.
Wrong: Abused children commonly
In the present tense, verbs must agree with their subjects in number (singular or plural) and
person (first, second, or third). In present tense, third person singular verbs take an s ending
(he juggles); otherwise, no ending is use
Links of Interest:
How can my child prepare for the SAT?
The College Board recommends that students complete
practice questions and practice examinations to improve their
SAT scores, both informally and formally, at home and
through the PSAT. They can als
The Myth of the Rhetorical Situation
Richard E. Vatz
In the opening lines of T h e Rhetorical Situation," Lloyd Bitzer
states, "if someone says, That is a dangerous situation, his words
suggest the presence of events, persons or ohjects which threaten
Listed below are the categories (and some of the questions) I consider most
important in grading each assignment.
Is the selected audience appropriate? Does the document adequately address that
selected audience (in terms of forma
The Rhetorical Situation Lloyd F. Bitzer
If someone says, That is a dangerous situation, his words suggest the presence of events, persons, or objects which threaten him, someone else, or something of value. If someone remarks, I find myself in an emharra
The Rhetorical Situation
Every time you speak or write, you place yourself in a new and specific rhetorical situation.
Training yourself to be aware of the components of that rhetorical situationtheir individual
natures and how they affect each otherwill
The Rhetorical Appeals
The rhetorical appeals are three modes of persuasion described by Aristotle around 350 B.C.
Ethos is based on the credibility of the speaker or writer. Extrinsic ethos is established
A Message to the Campus Community
President Wallace D. Loh [[email protected]]
Sent: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 11:34 AM
November 25, 2014
Dear University of Maryland Community,
Last night, the decision by a Missouri grand jury not to indict Offic
Try to limit your rsum to 1 page unless you have significant, relevant, and impressive
full-time work experience.
Use 1 inch margins on all sides of the page.
Write in past tense for past jobs/experiences, present tense
Cover Letter Guidelines
The cover letter is a means of introducing yourself and making a positive impression, a tool for
selling your particular skills and abilities, and a bridge between your rsum and the specific
position you are applying for. It should
In Class Definition
Due Date: _
Time Limit: 2 minutes
Value: 1% of final grade
Directions: Choose a word that you think most people in the class will not be familiar with. It might
be a word from your major or another class you are taking, a word r