This essay focuses on developed rhetorical criticism .If you are producing a paper it should be roughly 20 pages in length, using standard fonts and margins and a consistent citational style
an analysis of a speech The purpose of this assignment is to have you produce a sustained and developed rhetorical criticism. If you are producing a paper it should be roughly 20 pages in length, using standard fonts and margins and a consistent citational style (typically APA but you can use MLA or Chicago if you prefer). I would strongly recommend the use of section headings in the paper, both in order to force you think of what the main objective of each section is as well as how they fit together, and to provide some structural clarity to your paper.
If you are developing a podcast, it should be approximately one hour in length. If sufficient technical quality to not be distracting or inaudible. Criteria Accuracy of the method or critical approach: do you demonstrate that you understand the basic premises of the critical approaches you work with?
Are you staying true to the spirit of the approaches? Descriptive Care: Are you able to describe the key part of the text concisely and accurately? Do you make a reasonable case for why you chose to focus on the elements of the text that you did? Are you able to be precise and detailed in your description? Analysis: Clarity – do you have a clear thesis? Do you develop your analysis in a clear manner that directly contributes to supporting the thesis? Use of Theory and/or Critical Methods – This paper should engage with rhetorical theory either to draw from that theory in order to better understand
to enrich our understanding of rhetorical theory. Criteria to evaluate how well you use them include. Do your analytical insights obviously have something to do with the method you are using?
Can you make a convincing argument that your choice of method. Is a good fit for the text you are working with. Support – are you able to provide reasonable support for the claims you make? and you are now going to be joining the conversation and contributing to it. But first you need to listen to it and have something to say. Insight – Do you answer the So What?question? What is the significance, the impact, of your analysis? What have you learned about rhetoric that is important? About the use of rhetoric that helps us to better understand ourselves as human beings?