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Transcript of Argument Essay
Exploring What "They" Are Saying
Sharing your Argument
+ Quoting correctly
+ Answering the So What? Who Cares? Question
+ Facing Objections
+ Finding Your Voice
+ Using Rhetorical Appeals:
Ethos, Pathos, Logos, Kairos
Studying Moves that Matter in Writing
Thesis = Main Point
-It tells the reader what the essay will be about
-It is a contract that you make with your reader
-A thesis is:
+ Arguable; Controversial
Taking time to PLAN out what you will do in your paper:
Prewriting= Brainstorming, Outlining, Freewriting, Talking it over with someone, etc.
Writing= Following a plan and a thesis; letting your voice be heard; thinking about the moves that matter
Revision = Rough draft, Peer review, Rough draft, Peer review
= Final draft
Outline / Prewriting / Writing
-ePortfolio upload with Reflection
-Focus: Introduce the paper to those who may read your ePortfolio. Reflect on your writing experience.
-Your Audience: Using rhetorical appeals to communicate as effectively as possible
-Extra Credit Side Dish: Translate your essay into
a Visual Argument!
Extra Credit Visual Argument:
Design a Visual Argument that goes along with your argument position paper. Brainstorm the types of visual rhetoric you might use to clearly and powerfully communicate your message to an audience. Be creative and try to think outside the box! You could do a collage, photo essay, short video, a series of posters, an ad campaign, a mural, a children's book, a sculpture, or food art -- just to name a few ideas.
As you create your visual argument, just like you did in your written essay, consider how to use the rhetorical appeals (ethos, pathos, logos, kairos) to make your message persuasive.
*Due by the last day of class!