Rhetorical analysis:

Rhetorical analysis:

Task: In 4–6 double-spaced pages, analyze a persuasive text to determine whether the author uses rhetorical appeals persuasively. Select two or three of the author’s rhetorical strategies to analyze in depth to show your audience how the author uses language rhetorically and whether or not he/she effectively convinces a target audience. Your audience will be the instructor and your classmates.

Pleacse look the example at this link: Page 23-34

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The “A” Analysis (180–200 points) The “A” rhetorical analysis makes an insightful claim about what makes the article persuasive, indentifying and evaluating various kinds of appeals (ethos, pathos, logos) and the strategies used for creating those appeals. Avoiding summary, the writer focuses on how the author creates a particular effect and provides incisive textual evidence for each specific strategy analyzed, blending in quotes effectively and seamlessly. The writer concludes with clear closure, reinforcing the claims (without rote repetition) and suggesting further implications. An “A” rhetorical analysis is exceptionally well written, in addition to being thorough in its analysis. The title cleverly forecasts the focus of the analysis, and the introduction effectively catches the reader’s attention, contextualizes the text, and forecasts the organization of the analysis. The analysis itself is unified (i.e., each paragraph supports the thesis) and coherent (i.e., the writer uses effective transitions from sentence to sentence, paragraph to paragraph, and idea to idea). Each paragraph has a strong topic sentence, examples from the text, and focused analysis. The writer creates an appropriate ethos through diction and style, with varied sentence lengths and clear, concise sentences and diction, particularly when using rhetorical vocabulary. The writer avoids vague, wordy, or obscure sentences, and punctuation, grammar, spelling, and usage adhere to the highest standards of edited American English. The analysis follows MLA documentation and formatting conventions.

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