Assessing Arguments/Rhetoric – Essay 2

Your essay must be typed using MLA formatting: double-spaced, one-inch margins, 12-point font such as Times New Roman. (margin, title, header, page number). Your assignment needs to have a central focus. You are analyzing SEVERAL oral and/or written arguments.

Research

Your research for this essay should focus on one speech. Use a speech you find online. Take the time to watch the speech in whole several times. Your speech can be a debate, an interview, or court disposition. However it must be oral, take place in real time, and be UNSCRIPTED (no movies or television shows).

Your essay should have key areas with support and details:

Speaker – historical information, biographical information about who is speaking

Occasion – background information that helps explain and put the speech into context

Audience – who the speech is intended for. If you use a debate you will need to talk about the opposing candidate.

Purpose – intentions and end goals for the speaker.

Subject – what the speaker actually says and HOW those ideas are presented.

Fallacies/Bias – fallacies and or bias inherent in the speech

Structure

Headings or Paragraphs

You may use heading to separate ideas or you may omit, but you essay should have a clear structure. Use transitions and transitional statement to help move from one idea to the other.

Support

Detail, detail, and more detail. If you are citing or using quantitative data, take the time to EXPLAIN what you cite or what the data means. If you are using personal observations or facts be as specific and detailed as you can. Do not omit names and dates for any of your information and make sure are saying something of significance about the above ideas.

Central Idea

You essay should have a central claim. Remember that an argument IS an opinion backed with facts. Don’t just give historical data. Make sure you talk about what that data means and how it relates to the speaker, the purpose, or subject. Focus your essay on HOW the argument is being made. Important: This should be done at the end if the essay!

Works cited page with at least three (3) sources,

(1) one article from the text Language Diversity,

(1) one source for your speech

(1) one outside source for background and/or understanding.

MLA Format

Your essay must be typed using MLA formatting: double-spaced, one-inch margins, 12-point font such as Times New Roman. (margin, title, header, page number). Your assignment needs to have a central focus. You are analyzing SEVERAL oral and/or written arguments.

Research

Your research for this essay should focus on one speech. Use a speech you find online. Take the time to watch the speech in whole several times. Your speech can be a debate, an interview, or court disposition. However it must be oral, take place in real time, and be UNSCRIPTED (no movies or television shows).

Your essay should have key areas with support and details:

Speaker – historical information, biographical information about who is speaking

Occasion – background information that helps explain and put the speech into context

Audience – who the speech is intended for. If you use a debate you will need to talk about the opposing candidate.

Purpose – intentions and end goals for the speaker.

Subject – what the speaker actually says and HOW those ideas are presented.

Fallacies/Bias – fallacies and or bias inherent in the speech

Structure

Headings or Paragraphs

You may use heading to separate ideas or you may omit, but you essay should have a clear structure. Use transitions and transitional statement to help move from one idea to the other.

Support

Detail, detail, and more detail. If you are citing or using quantitative data, take the time to EXPLAIN what you cite or what the data means. If you are using personal observations or facts be as specific and detailed as you can. Do not omit names and dates for any of your information and make sure are saying something of significance about the above ideas.

Central Idea

You essay should have a central claim. Remember that an argument IS an opinion backed with facts. Don’t just give historical data. Make sure you talk about what that data means and how it relates to the speaker, the purpose, or subject. Focus your essay on HOW the argument is being made. Important: This should be done at the end if the essay!

Works cited page with at least three (3) sources,

(1) one article from the text Language Diversity,

(1) one source for your speech

(1) one outside source for background and/or understanding.

MLA Format

2000 words minimum Works Cited page

Your essay must be typed using MLA formatting: double-spaced, one-inch margins, 12-point font such as Times New Roman. (margin, title, header, page number). Your assignment needs to have a central focus. You are analyzing SEVERAL oral and/or written arguments.

Research

Your research for this essay should focus on one speech. Use a speech you find online. Take the time to watch the speech in whole several times. Your speech can be a debate, an interview, or court disposition. However it must be oral, take place in real time, and be UNSCRIPTED (no movies or television shows).

Your essay should have key areas with support and details:

Speaker – historical information, biographical information about who is speaking

Occasion – background information that helps explain and put the speech into context

Audience – who the speech is intended for. If you use a debate you will need to talk about the opposing candidate.

Purpose – intentions and end goals for the speaker.

Subject – what the speaker actually says and HOW those ideas are presented.

Fallacies/Bias – fallacies and or bias inherent in the speech

Structure

Headings or Paragraphs

You may use heading to separate ideas or you may omit, but you essay should have a clear structure. Use transitions and transitional statement to help move from one idea to the other.

Support

Detail, detail, and more detail. If you are citing or using quantitative data, take the time to EXPLAIN what you cite or what the data means. If you are using personal observations or facts be as specific and detailed as you can. Do not omit names and dates for any of your information and make sure are saying something of significance about the above ideas.

Central Idea

You essay should have a central claim. Remember that an argument IS an opinion backed with facts. Don’t just give historical data. Make sure you talk about what that data means and how it relates to the speaker, the purpose, or subject. Focus your essay on HOW the argument is being made. Important: This should be done at the end if the essay!

Works cited page with at least three (3) sources,

(1) one article from the text Language Diversity,

(1) one source for your speech

(1) one outside source for background and/or understanding.

MLA Format

2000 words minimum Works Cited page

2000 words minimum Works Cited page

Your essay must be typed using MLA formatting: double-spaced, one-inch margins, 12-point font such as Times New Roman. (margin, title, header, page number). Your assignment needs to have a central focus. You are analyzing SEVERAL oral and/or written arguments.

Research

Your research for this essay should focus on one speech. Use a speech you find online. Take the time to watch the speech in whole several times. Your speech can be a debate, an interview, or court disposition. However it must be oral, take place in real time, and be UNSCRIPTED (no movies or television shows).

Your essay should have key areas with support and details:

Speaker – historical information, biographical information about who is speaking

Occasion – background information that helps explain and put the speech into context

Audience – who the speech is intended for. If you use a debate you will need to talk about the opposing candidate.

Purpose – intentions and end goals for the speaker.

Subject – what the speaker actually says and HOW those ideas are presented.

Fallacies/Bias – fallacies and or bias inherent in the speech

Structure

Headings or Paragraphs

You may use heading to separate ideas or you may omit, but you essay should have a clear structure. Use transitions and transitional statement to help move from one idea to the other.

Support

Detail, detail, and more detail. If you are citing or using quantitative data, take the time to EXPLAIN what you cite or what the data means. If you are using personal observations or facts be as specific and detailed as you can. Do not omit names and dates for any of your information and make sure are saying something of significance about the above ideas.

Central Idea

You essay should have a central claim. Remember that an argument IS an opinion backed with facts. Don’t just give historical data. Make sure you talk about what that data means and how it relates to the speaker, the purpose, or subject. Focus your essay on HOW the argument is being made. Important: This should be done at the end if the essay!

Works cited page with at least three (3) sources,

(1) one article from the text Language Diversity,

(1) one source for your speech

(1) one outside source for background and/or understanding.

MLA Format

2000 words minimum Works Cited page

2000 words minimum Works Cited page

Your essay must be typed using MLA formatting: double-spaced, one-inch margins, 12-point font such as Times New Roman. (margin, title, header, page number). Your assignment needs to have a central focus. You are analyzing SEVERAL oral and/or written arguments.

Research

Your research for this essay should focus on one speech. Use a speech you find online. Take the time to watch the speech in whole several times. Your speech can be a debate, an interview, or court disposition. However it must be oral, take place in real time, and be UNSCRIPTED (no movies or television shows).

Your essay should have key areas with support and details:

Speaker – historical information, biographical information about who is speaking

Occasion – background information that helps explain and put the speech into context

Audience – who the speech is intended for. If you use a debate you will need to talk about the opposing candidate.

Purpose – intentions and end goals for the speaker.

Subject – what the speaker actually says and HOW those ideas are presented.

Fallacies/Bias – fallacies and or bias inherent in the speech

Structure

Headings or Paragraphs

You may use heading to separate ideas or you may omit, but you essay should have a clear structure. Use transitions and transitional statement to help move from one idea to the other.

Support

Detail, detail, and more detail. If you are citing or using quantitative data, take the time to EXPLAIN what you cite or what the data means. If you are using personal observations or facts be as specific and detailed as you can. Do not omit names and dates for any of your information and make sure are saying something of significance about the above ideas.

Central Idea

You essay should have a central claim. Remember that an argument IS an opinion backed with facts. Don’t just give historical data. Make sure you talk about what that data means and how it relates to the speaker, the purpose, or subject. Focus your essay on HOW the argument is being made. Important: This should be done at the end if the essay!

Works cited page with at least three (3) sources,

(1) one article from the text Language Diversity,

(1) one source for your speech

(1) one outside source for background and/or understanding.

MLA Format

2000 words minimum Works Cited page

2000 words minimum Works Cited page

Your essay must be typed using MLA formatting: double-spaced, one-inch margins, 12-point font such as Times New Roman. (margin, title, header, page number). Your assignment needs to have a central focus. You are analyzing SEVERAL oral and/or written arguments.

Research

Your research for this essay should focus on one speech. Use a speech you find online. Take the time to watch the speech in whole several times. Your speech can be a debate, an interview, or court disposition. However it must be oral, take place in real time, and be UNSCRIPTED (no movies or television shows).

Your essay should have key areas with support and details:

Speaker – historical information, biographical information about who is speaking

Occasion – background information that helps explain and put the speech into context

Audience – who the speech is intended for. If you use a debate you will need to talk about the opposing candidate.

Purpose – intentions and end goals for the speaker.

Subject – what the speaker actually says and HOW those ideas are presented.

Fallacies/Bias – fallacies and or bias inherent in the speech

Structure

Headings or Paragraphs

You may use heading to separate ideas or you may omit, but you essay should have a clear structure. Use transitions and transitional statement to help move from one idea to the other.

Support

Detail, detail, and more detail. If you are citing or using quantitative data, take the time to EXPLAIN what you cite or what the data means. If you are using personal observations or facts be as specific and detailed as you can. Do not omit names and dates for any of your information and make sure are saying something of significance about the above ideas.

Central Idea

You essay should have a central claim. Remember that an argument IS an opinion backed with facts. Don’t just give historical data. Make sure you talk about what that data means and how it relates to the speaker, the purpose, or subject. Focus your essay on HOW the argument is being made. Important: This should be done at the end if the essay!

Works cited page with at least three (3) sources,

(1) one article from the text Language Diversity,

(1) one source for your speech

(1) one outside source for background and/or understanding.

MLA Format

2000 words minimum Works Cited page

2000 words minimum Works Cited page

Your essay must be typed using MLA formatting: double-spaced, one-inch margins, 12-point font such as Times New Roman. (margin, title, header, page number). Your assignment needs to have a central focus. You are analyzing SEVERAL oral and/or written arguments.

Research

Your research for this essay should focus on one speech. Use a speech you find online. Take the time to watch the speech in whole several times. Your speech can be a debate, an interview, or court disposition. However it must be oral, take place in real time, and be UNSCRIPTED (no movies or television shows).

Your essay should have key areas with support and details:

Speaker – historical information, biographical information about who is speaking

Occasion – background information that helps explain and put the speech into context

Audience – who the speech is intended for. If you use a debate you will need to talk about the opposing candidate.

Purpose – intentions and end goals for the speaker.

Subject – what the speaker actually says and HOW those ideas are presented.

Fallacies/Bias – fallacies and or bias inherent in the speech

Structure

Headings or Paragraphs

You may use heading to separate ideas or you may omit, but you essay should have a clear structure. Use transitions and transitional statement to help move from one idea to the other.

Support

Detail, detail, and more detail. If you are citing or using quantitative data, take the time to EXPLAIN what you cite or what the data means. If you are using personal observations or facts be as specific and detailed as you can. Do not omit names and dates for any of your information and make sure are saying something of significance about the above ideas.

Central Idea

You essay should have a central claim. Remember that an argument IS an opinion backed with facts. Don’t just give historical data. Make sure you talk about what that data means and how it relates to the speaker, the purpose, or subject. Focus your essay on HOW the argument is being made. Important: This should be done at the end if the essay!

Works cited page with at least three (3) sources,

(1) one article from the text Language Diversity,

(1) one source for your speech

(1) one outside source for background and/or understanding.

MLA Format

2000 words minimum Works Cited page

2000 words minimum Works Cited page

Your essay must be typed using MLA formatting: double-spaced, one-inch margins, 12-point font such as Times New Roman. (margin, title, header, page number). Your assignment needs to have a central focus. You are analyzing SEVERAL oral and/or written arguments.

Research

Your research for this essay should focus on one speech. Use a speech you find online. Take the time to watch the speech in whole several times. Your speech can be a debate, an interview, or court disposition. However it must be oral, take place in real time, and be UNSCRIPTED (no movies or television shows).

Your essay should have key areas with support and details:

Speaker – historical information, biographical information about who is speaking

Occasion – background information that helps explain and put the speech into context

Audience – who the speech is intended for. If you use a debate you will need to talk about the opposing candidate.

Purpose – intentions and end goals for the speaker.

Subject – what the speaker actually says and HOW those ideas are presented.

Fallacies/Bias – fallacies and or bias inherent in the speech

Structure

Headings or Paragraphs

You may use heading to separate ideas or you may omit, but you essay should have a clear structure. Use transitions and transitional statement to help move from one idea to the other.

Support

Detail, detail, and more detail. If you are citing or using quantitative data, take the time to EXPLAIN what you cite or what the data means. If you are using personal observations or facts be as specific and detailed as you can. Do not omit names and dates for any of your information and make sure are saying something of significance about the above ideas.

Central Idea

You essay should have a central claim. Remember that an argument IS an opinion backed with facts. Don’t just give historical data. Make sure you talk about what that data means and how it relates to the speaker, the purpose, or subject. Focus your essay on HOW the argument is being made. Important: This should be done at the end if the essay!

Works cited page with at least three (3) sources,

(1) one article from the text Language Diversity,

(1) one source for your speech

(1) one outside source for background and/or understanding.

MLA Format

2000 words minimum Works Cited page

2000 words minimum Works Cited page

Your essay must be typed using MLA formatting: double-spaced, one-inch margins, 12-point font such as Times New Roman. (margin, title, header, page number). Your assignment needs to have a central focus. You are analyzing SEVERAL oral and/or written arguments.

Research

Your research for this essay should focus on one speech. Use a speech you find online. Take the time to watch the speech in whole several times. Your speech can be a debate, an interview, or court disposition. However it must be oral, take place in real time, and be UNSCRIPTED (no movies or television shows).

Your essay should have key areas with support and details:

Speaker – historical information, biographical information about who is speaking

Occasion – background information that helps explain and put the speech into context

Audience – who the speech is intended for. If you use a debate you will need to talk about the opposing candidate.

Purpose – intentions and end goals for the speaker.

Subject – what the speaker actually says and HOW those ideas are presented.

Fallacies/Bias – fallacies and or bias inherent in the speech

Structure

Headings or Paragraphs

You may use heading to separate ideas or you may omit, but you essay should have a clear structure. Use transitions and transitional statement to help move from one idea to the other.

Support

Detail, detail, and more detail. If you are citing or using quantitative data, take the time to EXPLAIN what you cite or what the data means. If you are using personal observations or facts be as specific and detailed as you can. Do not omit names and dates for any of your information and make sure are saying something of significance about the above ideas.

Central Idea

You essay should have a central claim. Remember that an argument IS an opinion backed with facts. Don’t just give historical data. Make sure you talk about what that data means and how it relates to the speaker, the purpose, or subject. Focus your essay on HOW the argument is being made. Important: This should be done at the end if the essay!

Works cited page with at least three (3) sources,

(1) one article from the text Language Diversity,

(1) one source for your speech

(1) one outside source for background and/or understanding.

MLA Format

2000 words minimum Works Cited page

2000 words minimum Works Cited page

Your essay must be typed using MLA formatting: double-spaced, one-inch margins, 12-point font such as Times New Roman. (margin, title, header, page number). Your assignment needs to have a central focus. You are analyzing SEVERAL oral and/or written arguments.

Research

Your research for this essay should focus on one speech. Use a speech you find online. Take the time to watch the speech in whole several times. Your speech can be a debate, an interview, or court disposition. However it must be oral, take place in real time, and be UNSCRIPTED (no movies or television shows).

Your essay should have key areas with support and details:

Speaker – historical information, biographical information about who is speaking

Occasion – background information that helps explain and put the speech into context

Audience – who the speech is intended for. If you use a debate you will need to talk about the opposing candidate.

Purpose – intentions and end goals for the speaker.

Subject – what the speaker actually says and HOW those ideas are presented.

Fallacies/Bias – fallacies and or bias inherent in the speech

Structure

Headings or Paragraphs

You may use heading to separate ideas or you may omit, but you essay should have a clear structure. Use transitions and transitional statement to help move from one idea to the other.

Support

Detail, detail, and more detail. If you are citing or using quantitative data, take the time to EXPLAIN what you cite or what the data means. If you are using personal observations or facts be as specific and detailed as you can. Do not omit names and dates for any of your information and make sure are saying something of significance about the above ideas.

Central Idea

You essay should have a central claim. Remember that an argument IS an opinion backed with facts. Don’t just give historical data. Make sure you talk about what that data means and how it relates to the speaker, the purpose, or subject. Focus your essay on HOW the argument is being made. Important: This should be done at the end if the essay!

Works cited page with at least three (3) sources,

(1) one article from the text Language Diversity,

(1) one source for your speech

(1) one outside source for background and/or understanding.

MLA Format

2000 words minimum Works Cited page

2000 words minimum Works Cited page

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