Rhetorical Analysis of a Written Argument: Compose an essay analyzing the effect

Rhetorical Analysis of a Written Argument:
Compose an essay analyzing the effectiveness of a written argument—using the vocabulary from this unit–particularly ethos, pathos, logos, and target audience. Topic choices are below:
1. We Shall Fight on the Beaches (Winston Churchill)
2. Speech at the March on Washington (Josephine Baker)
3. Steve Jobs Commencement Speech (Steve Jobs)
4. Space Shuttle Challenged (Ronald Reagan)
5. The Perils of Indifference (Elie Wiesel)
6. 9/11 Address to the Nation (George W. Bush)
7. Presidential Inauguration Speech (John F. Kennedy)
8. Women’s Right to the Suffrage (Susan B. Anthony)
9. I Am Prepared to Die (Nelson Mandela)
10. Quit India (Mahatma Gandhi)
This essay should be a minimum of 1200 words—not including title, heading, or Work Cited.
This essay should conform to the expectations of academic writing including:
The use of formal standard American academic prose (which we discussed in class)
Typed with 12 pt font, in Times New Roman, 1-inch margins,
double-spaced, without the extra spaces between the paragraphs, and with
the appropriate heading
Having an interesting and appropriate title.
a formal argumentative thesis statement (not implied)
Example: This speech is effective in its persuasive argument because __________.
Fully developed paragraphs including an introduction and a conclusion.
Have a clear, unified, and specific thesis where you offer your conclusion—whether or not this communication was effective.
Use a clear organizational strategy (Points from greatest to least or least to greatest works well)
Use the standard vocabulary we have established in this class (, ethos, pathos, logos, etc.)
State your opinion and validate (back it up) with evidence from the speech.
Cite your evidence using the correct MLA style.

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