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  1. English Comp Week 4 Jorge gomez

  2. Attendance Reflection 4 One PARAGRAPH

  3. Film Festival Change Documentary Film Festival, Tuesday, Dec. 7th, 6-9 pm at the Union Cinema Theatre

  4. Extra Credit Opportunity • Pat Mora, Sep. 16, 7-8pm, UGLC 106 • Lecture by fiction author DagobertoGilbOct. 6 at Tomas Rivera Center, Union East • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM • Peace of Art exhibit and panel discussion: • Oct. 14 at the UTEP Union Cinema 6-7:30 pm • ONE-page Reflection after event for each to count

  5. Rhet. Analysis Sample Structure • Introduce the Issue BRIEFLY • This is the CONTEXT • Introduce Artifact and Author of Artifact • What is the author’s thesis or purpose for writing/speaking? • What is she or he trying to ultimately prove? • State YOUR Thesis: Effective or ineffective rhetoric? • Why? Strong (ethos/pathos/logos) or Weak (pathos/ethos/logos) • Body of Paper: Analysis of ethos/pathos/logos • Which of the three were EFFECTIVE OVERALL and which INEFFECTIVE? • PARTS of each could be effective while WHOLE of each could be ineffective, and vice-versa • WHY? NEVER FORGET to state WHY. • Ethos includes RELEVANT bio and any conflict of interest (IF ANY) • Logos could INCLUDE fallacies (IF ANY) • In ANY order that fits. For example, • From weakest to strongest form of appeal or, • Strongest to weakest • Also, mention the AUDIENCES (remember, usually more than 1)

  6. Rhet. Analysis Sample Structure • Do not worry about VISUAL rhetoric…not yet • This goes for people who chose videos to analyze • Conclude by summarizing YOUR paper • Include Relevance of issue to YOUR audience (peers) • Why does this rhetorical artifact matter? • In other words, “so what?” • “Food for thought” = closing thoughts on ISSUE • What can YOUR audience take from this ARTIFACT? • If it was effective, is it powerful enough to change minds? • If it was ineffective, is there something to learn about rhetoric from WHY it was ineffective? • Do I want your opinion on the issue?