Compose a one-paragraph rhetorical analysis of Stephen Marche’s “Why You Should Stop Yelling at Your Kids” (which is linked to below). The purpose of your analysis is to identify one of the more important rhetorical appeals (ethos OR logos OR pathos, not two of them, not three of them) the author employs in order to achieve his purpose with his audience. This paragraph, if done effectively, will be lengthy, probably in the 400-500-word range. Yes, that is long, but paragraphs in academic writing tend to be long. The idea is that you begin with a claim, offer examples to support that claim, and analyze each example to show how it supports your claim–so this will take a good deal of words to accomplish. You will apply the MEAL Plan to guide the development and structure of your analysis.
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