I need help to put this together. I started writing it I just need help finishing it and writing the conclusion. the analysis is from this article https://www.huffingtonpost.com/kathy-freston/vegan…
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The article is very practical and easy to understand. Freston incorporates research that manages
to go in deep about the reasons why veganism is beneficial without overwhelming the reader.
Overall the article manage to convince the public by making an argument in a light manner. The
tone used in the article was friendly and inviting. It made the article feel like a conversation that
anyone could have with a friend or an acquaintance. An example of that is â??So how do you do
it? Some of my friends â??lean into itâ? as a family by starting off with Meatless Mondays
and then progress to eating less and less meat, all the while getting more comfortable
with adjusted menus
Children today are in the worst physical shape of any generation in historyâ?. Freston
uses her Friends anecdote to make the topic seem casual and relatable.
The article emotional appeal is strong. The author points out â??First of all, be really
happy. Children today are in the worst physical shape of any generation in historyâ?.
This tries to convince the reader that they will be happy to have their child interested in
veganisim because they will be exempt of being in bad shape. This is pattern is present
again in â??Are you one of those parents (close to 100 percent, in my experience) who
worries about your childâ??s eating habits?â? Taking advantage of worried parents that
want the best for their children. Freiser touches on how viable veganisim is by saying
â??Here are two simple rules that ensure good nutritionâ? making it feel achievable
without having to effort.
Freiser seems to never fully to reveal a lot about her. In the article she frequently uses
the words you and your so is never clear if she practices what she preaches. Also is
not clear whether Freiser is a mother but seems to be Emphatic toward parents and
there seems to be an understanding of what is like to be one. She gives out examples
from friends with children to backup some of the information. An Example of this is â??So
how do you do it? Some of my friends â??lean into itâ? as a family by starting off with
Meatless Mondays and then progress to eating less and less meat, all the while getting
more comfortable with adjusted menus.â? With this she addresses how attainable her
point is. Freiser is a Health and Wellness Activist but doesnâ??t mention it in the article
even though it could have gave her more credibility. However this the tone and logic
she uses compensate for the lack of personal information.
There is a lot of hard evidence throughout the article. She uses a lot of research to back
her arguments. One example of this is â??In the ADAâ??s position paper on plant-based diets,
they write, â??Vegetarian diets in childhood and adolescence can aid in the establishment
of lifelong healthful eating patterns and can offer some important nutritional
advantages.â? With this she makes her point stronger and more credible. She also uses
it to prove the existence of a problem with children by stating â??One in three is overweight.
One in five has an abnormal cholesterol level while still in high school. One in three children born
in 2000 will develop diabetes at some point in his or her life, according to the Centers for Disease
Control and Preventionâ?.
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Rhetorical Analysis of â??Title of Articleâ? by Name of Author
This section of the text will introduce the author and the title as well as provide a
summary of the article. Remember that summary should be written so that someone with no
knowledge of the article could be able to accurately understand its main points and evidence
without reading it. You should strive to focus on the most important ideas and evidence as well
as to present the ideas without bias. The introduction should end with a thesis statements that
evaluates the effectiveness of the article in its use of the rhetorical appeals and style; the order of
the body sections will be determined by the order in which you present the ideas in the thesis.
This section will draw on the concepts in chapter 13. Here, you will examine how the
author used word choice, sentence construction, punctuation, and other stylistic devices to create
a desired effect, and then explain whether it worked effectively or not.
Pathos – Emotional Appeals
This section will draw on the concepts in chapter 2. The point of this section is to explain
how the author wanted readers to feel, give specific examples of how s/he tried to evoke that
emotion, and then explain whether it worked effectively or not.
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Ethos – Ethical Appeals
This section will draw on the concepts in chapter 3. The point of this section is to explain
how the author demonstrated or created a sense of good character or credibility, give specific
examples, and then explain whether it worked effectively or not.
Logos – Logical Appeals
This section will draw on the concepts in chapter 4. The point of this section is to explain
how the author used both hard evidence as well as logic/reason to construct the argument, and
then explain whether it worked effectively; because the logical appeal consists of two types of
â??proofsâ? (the artistic and inartistic), you will have two sections here. Use this space here to
summarize the overall gist of your analysis of the logos including both hard evidence and reason.
How did this author use hard evidence as defined by the textbook to construct his/her
argument? Give examples and explain whether it worked.
Reason and Common Sense
How did this author use reason/common sense as defined by the textbook to construct
his/her argument? Give examples and explain whether it worked.
After examining all of the factors above, what conclusion have you reached about this
article? Is it effective for its intended audience? Has the author used the appeals effectively? If
so, what was the strongest appeal? If not, what was the weakest and how could it have been
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Authorâ??s Last Name, Authorâ??s First Name. â??Title of Article.â? Name of Source, date of
publication written day month year, url after http://.
Writing Assignment 2: Rhetorical Analysis
Draft Due for Peer-/Self-Review
Tuesday, May 29 at 2:30 p.m.
[in-class activity grade – bring a digital copy to class]
*Note on Drafts*
The first drafts you submit to Blackboard and bring to class for peer review should not be incomplete-they should include an introduction, body paragraphs, and a conclusion. Your first drafts should be the
very best that you can accomplish at the time that the draft is due–if you had to turn it in for a grade, you
would be okay (but maybe not great) about doing so. The difference in page length between first and
final drafts takes into account growth and development of your ideas and support based on the feedback
and additional critical thinking generated by the peer-and-self review process.
Final Due [submit to Bb]:
Thursday, May 31 by 4:15 p.m. [bring a digital copy to class]
* Note on Submissions*
I have the due dates for WA 1 – WA 5 set for class days by the end of class; please bring a digital copy
of your paper to class on the day that the assignment is due [via email, google drive, flash, etc.]. My
hope is that we will be able to put our computer classroom to good use and submit the papers in realtime during class. This will allow you to finalize the paper during class time, save it in a correct file
format, and upload it so you donâ??t have to worry about doing it at home by a specific time. If you canâ??t
be in class on the day an assignment is due, however, you are responsible for ensuring that you submit
the assignment on time. Any assignments submitted after the due date are late.
Using logos, ethos, pathos, and tone/style, explain why an opinion/editorial article is or is not effective for
its intended audience.
To what extent do the logical, ethical, and emotional appeals work to convince readers to accept the
The Point of This Paper
For this rhetorical analysis, you are being asked to critically examine a text with special focus on how
the author uses style, logical, ethical, and emotional appeals to make his or her point for a specific
audience. Your analysis should not focus simply on the appeals used; rather, you need to explain why or
why not the appeals are effective (good, bad, or could be better) for the intended audience. Before you
can create your own arguments, you need to show me that you understand how logic,
character/credibility, emotion, style, structure, etc. function in argument. Furthermore, this paper will
provide one of your sources for WA 3-5.
WHETHER YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE TEXT DOES NOT MATTER IN A
RHETORICAL ANALYSIS. STAY OUT OF THE DISCUSSION AND PAY ATTENTION ONLY TO
HOWâ??AND TO HOW10 WELLâ??THE ARGUMENT WORKS.
You SHOULD NOT focus on whether the author is right or wrongâ??
rather, your focus should only be on how well the author is able to make his or her case.
Picking a Text to Analyze
Find an opinion or editorial article related to your issue from a major/mainstream newspaper or
magazine like The New York Times, Time, The New York Post, The Wall Street Journal, etc. source
(must be a news source and not overtly political like Politico, Daily Kos, Breitbart, or Drudge). You can
use the article you included in WA 1 or find another article if you like, but the article does need to be
approved by Ms. Allen either via email or in class.
Though I obviously care more about quality than quantity, you will not be able to complete this
assignment effectively without meeting these minimum requirements:
ï?§ Your first draft (submit via Blackboard) should be AT LEAST three pages.
ï?§ Your works cited should be the last page in your document.
ï?§ Your final draft should be 3-4 pages your works cited page, which is not included in the page
count. If your paper is in excess of 5 pages, please discuss it with me before submitting your
ï?§ Word count should fall between 1000-1250 words [not including heading/title and works cited]
Use the assignment template in Blackboard for this assignment; it is a traditional essay, but you
will use subheadings for clarity and structure.
Use MLA paper format for paper layout and citation style/works cited page.
Bring a complete (intro, body, and conclusion â?? meets minimum length requirements) to class
for peer review on the date above; bring a digital copy via email, flash, or google drive.
Submit your final draft via Blackboard
Include a works cited page AS THE FINAL PAGE OF YOUR DOCUMENT
Only papers submitted in Word or PDF format will be accepted; Blackboard is not compatible
with programs other than Word and Adobe [if you have a Mac and use Pages, please sort this out
nowâ??files submitted in .pages or any format other than Word will be considered late]
You should use evidence from your text in the form of details and quotations (and provide in-text
citations when appropriate)
You must include in-text citations to any information from sources that you consult as part of
You must include a works cited page as the last page of your document (not a separate file).
All quotes should be integrated into your writing properly (introduced with a lead-in phrase, no
Do not use the 1st person (I, me, my) or the 2nd person (you/your) for this assignment.
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