WRIT 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Presentation Of A Group

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15 Jul 2016
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Writ 111 coming to voice, coming to the table. In this unit, you will think about the relationship between invention and arrangement by closely reading and discussing several kinds of texts to learn what rhetorical features make them work. John ruszkiewicz describes the essence of rhetorical analysis in his textbook, how to write. Rhetoric is the art of using language and media to achieve particular goals. A rhetorical analysis is an argument that takes a close look at the strategies of persuasion within a text; it lists and describes specific techniques that a writer has employed and then assesses their effectiveness. (222) As you prepare your presentation, you must take words seriously, know your audience, and read closely so that you can offer strong claims about the text and support those claims with textual evidence. You will work with your peers to create a group presentation based on your analysis of a persuasive text that pertains to food.

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