Tuesday 08/04 & Thursday 08/06
- PLEASE, NOTICE THAT SURVEYS TO TAKE ARE IN TABS AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE
- Tuesday 08/04 DUE: Final Topic Prospectus (please, email it to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org before midnight) If you have any questions, contact me by email or phone anytime between 9am and 9pm (seven days a week).
- Tuesday 08/04 DUE: To Professor Bialas, hand in class: 1) rough draft of Topic Prospectus, 2) peer-review of TP (there will be a separate grade assigned for this part of the assignment)
Rhetoric and Rhetorical Situations
3 Rhetorical Situations -Over the course of a single day, identify three different rhetorical situations, e. g. writing a biology lab report, taking notes during your classes, or texting your friend. Then, list the elements of a rhetorical situation for each writing activity, i. e. author, audience, text, purpose, context, and subject. Select one of these writing situations , describe in a paragraph of at least 200 words how the rhetorical elements of this particular situation are related to each other, and how this interconnectedness adds to unity and coherence of the whole text. Submit your assignment to your instructor.