It’s a rhetorical analysis essay.
It’s a rhetorical analysis essay. I actually started it I’m just stumped and have another class I need to focus on at the moment.
It’s 4-5 pages MLA style.
Requirements: * Prompt: Compose a four-to-five page academic essay that “deconstructs” and rhetorically analyzes your chosen text. Choose one of the following for your text(s): * An advertisement or a series of related advertisements; * A place’s aesthetic, ambiance, design, layout, offerings, and service; * An episode of a show; * A scene or part of a film, show, book, comic, or anime; * A short video clip; * A website, article, image, product, song, podcast, poem, speech, video game, etc. Or, you may propose another type of topic. Your text must be relatively short, and cannot be something you created. * Guidelines: * You may use the first person and/or third person voice. * Include background and context about your text. Don’t depend on your audience to view or be familiar with your text. Describe your text for your audience. * Critically analyze the author/source, target audience, rhetorical elements, and persuasion techniques of your text. * Apply the media literacy and rhetorical analysis concepts we focus on in class. * No research about your text is required, but please specify in your essay where your text is from, the author or creator, title, and date of publication/posting/visit. This essay can be based entirely on your observations of your text. If you wish to include information from sources (not required), cite them in your essay using parenthetical citations and on a Works Cited page that doesn’t count towards your essay’s length. * Essay Length: Four to five pages. A minimum of four full pages is required. There’s no penalty for exceeding the required length. * Use MLA format (guidelines are linked) and type your essay into a Google doc. * Final grading: See the grading details on the last page.
ENG 100 Project 2 Rhetorical Analysis Essay Final Checklist: The overall essay: * has a title that interests/hooks the reader and accurately reflects the content. * has a specific thesis statement that accurately lays out what the essay covers. * has a purpose clear to the reader. * demonstrates audience consideration (takes into account what the reader needs). * follows the genre conventions of an academic analysis essay. * logically organizes ideas and uses paragraphs effectively. * includes/uses transitions effectively. * is written in a style and tone appropriate for the essay genre. * demonstrates correct grammar and punctuation. * demonstrates correct spelling. * includes appropriate language and word choice. * avoids typos. * accurately follows MLA format. * is 4-5 pages. * credits the source of the text by at least mentioning the source in the essay. The visual and rhetorical analysis: * focuses on a specific text or related text(s). * includes enough appropriate background/context for the reader. * specifically analyzes the text in terms of the main elements of the rhetorical situation. * provides enough specific examples of how the text demonstrates the main elements of the rhetorical situation. * specifically addresses the text’s subtext. * specifically addresses the text’s target audience. * shows a depth and development of ideas. * communicates its ideas clearly. * is logical. * is based on what the writer can discern from the text.
attached is what I had started
I was only doing three Super Bowl commercials anyways. So if you can just use those two and pick another one that’d be great. Edit whatever you wish because I know there’s plenty of mistakes in there sadly I hate writing
I dragged the introduction out because I knew I wasn’t going to be able to write a lot. If you can shorten it that would be cool too. If you can just take that edit it and run with it to 4-5 pages I’m a satisfied customer. Like I said I was only going to add one more commercial in the essay to make 3 commercials and a conclusion