English 111 IUB M06 Writing Project 2 Analysis

Your Purpose Statement

  • Minimum 150 words (successful statements are often longer)
  • Following Step 2 in CHAPTER 3, analyze and specifically describe your Audience, Time, Place, and Purpose of your draft and answer the “Examine the Relevance” questions in Step 2 of CHAPTER 7 (“Comparing and Synthesizing”) or CHAPTER 8 (“Conducting Rhetorical Analysis”).
  • NOTE: Your audience consists of other members of this class and your instructor
  • Place your purpose statement at the beginning of your first draft, before the first page of your actual composition

Your First Draft (if your instructor assigned the Rhetorical Analysis). Be sure to check in Module 6 which analysis assignment your instructor requires.

  • A Rhetorical Analysis of the core reading you wrote about for Writing Project 1
  • Clear identification, early in the draft, of the core reading by full author name and full article title (following MLA or APA style for formatting titles) and brief overview of its content (This is usually part of the introduction.)
  • Clearly developed thesis statement making a claim about the purpose or effectiveness of rhetorical features of the core reading
  • Well-reasoned analysis of the core reading’s rhetorical strategies, supported with evidence
  • Use of at least one additional source found using the Ivy Tech Virtual Library databases.
  • Use of at least 10 quotes and/or paraphrases of the core reading and/or your outside source, cited using correct in-text citations
  • APA or MLA manuscript style, as specified by your instructor, with in-text citations and a References or Works Cited list including ALL sources used. (References or Works Cited list does not count in the minimum word-count requirement)
  • Observation of the conventions of Standard English
  • 750 words minimum for first draft (the minimum 150 words for your purpose statement is not included in this count)

Core Readings:https://www.thenation.com/article/the-government-s…

https://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2017/01/struggli…

Your First Draft (if your instructor assigned the Comparative Analysis). Be sure to check in Module 6 which analysis assignment your instructor requires.

  • A comparative analysis of two of the core readings, including the one you wrote about for Writing Project 1
  • Clear identification, early in the draft, of the core readings by full author name and full article title (following MLA or APA style for formatting titles) and brief overview of each article’s content (This is usually part of the introduction.)
  • Clearly developed thesis statement making a central claim about the similarities and differences between the two core readings
  • Well-reasoned analysis based on relevant and complex comparisons, supported with evidence from the core readings
  • Use of at least one additional source found using the Ivy Tech Virtual Library databases
  • Use of at least 10 quotes and/or paraphrases of the core readings and/or your outside source, cited using correct in-text citations
  • APA or MLA manuscript style, as specified by your instructor, with in-text citations and a Works Cited or References list including ALL sources used. (Works Cited or References list does not count in the minimum word-count requirement)
  • Observation of the conventions of Standard English
  • 750 words minimum for first draft (the minimum 150 words for your purpose statement is not included in this count)

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