Persuasion is a skill that can be acquired and utilized with a mastery of writing. Arguing against the popular belief is one of the most difficult things that one can do. The following essay rhetorically analyzes an article that is written about why the legal drinking age should stay at 21 years old in the United States. The author of the article attempts to argue against the popular opinion that the drinking age should be lowered and is successful by using appeals to one’s logos. The author is an experienced writer and knows how to convey their ideas to convince people of his argument. Understanding why someone is writing a piece, what their motivation is, and how they try to convince the reader of their argument helps gain a more comprehensive grasp of what the subject matter itself is. Personally, I look to argue against popular opinions because it enables me to critically think of a sound argument that can not easily be disputed. This essay helped me
The ability to recall the parts of a story and determine the main idea of a reading passage is the basis for skills such as inferencing, sequencing, and overall comprehension of what has been read. Based on this knowledge, this author would address Jose’s ability to recall main story elements and therefore understand the main idea of the reading passage first.
In reference to the 100A assignment sheet for the rhetorical analysis, a rhetorical analysis is a written work that focuses on analyzing and understanding a published article. In this assignment, students will get opportunities to develop their writing and improve deep analytic skills to identifying rhetorical strategies that writers will use to achieve the purpose of a well-written document. The audience for this analytical paper will be my classmates, professor, and the committee members of the 100A.
Hello Rozhnaz! This writing looks better than the previous one that I revised; congrats! You also gain improvement in terms of the use of academic vocabularies in this essay. Some notes to be considered here are the minor things such as punctuation, redundant expression, and capitalization. Here are several takes on your writing:
Richard Van Camp's, The Lesser Blessed, contains elements that classify the novel with both Indigenous and Modern genres. Featuring both genres in a text can lead to contradicting themes that form a binary. This binary has the potential to limit the extent readers can connect to the story, suggesting the presence of a barrier. Barriers hinder the readers' lack of understanding or relatability to either Indigenous or Modern works of literature. This paper will serve to analyze how Richard Van Camp deconstructs the binary by having the sides work together rather than against one another. Furthermore, this paper will discuss how by breaking down the binary, Richard Van Camp is allowing his novel to be accessible to all readers.
For my third writing project, I have decided to create a research proposal, directed at the USC Rossier School of Education in order to get them to accept my dissertation examining the gentrifying effects of neighborhood preference in charter school lottery systems. This proposal is effective because it employs rhetorical strategies appropriate for the target audience – in this case, a committee of professors that are knowledgeable about the subject of the proposed dissertation. These rhetorical strategies include the structure of the document, stylistic choices such as academic diction and tone, and the choices regarding the content of the proposal.
The one technique I am not understanding is the using simple coloring to help solve sudoku puzzles. From my understanding, one does not even use colors; rather, the colors are inferred. I somewhat understand the use of pluses and minuses because they creates “chain.” For example, there’s one plus that’s in the same row as a minus, and then that minus is in the same column as a plus and so on, except I’m not understanding where the plus in square f1 (in figure 12) came from, except that it might have something to do with the minus that is in the same grid (def123) as it. I’m not understanding why all the pluses and minuses in the figure are reliant on whether or not there is a one in f1. Then the author asked us to change all the pluses and minuses into black and white square, and I’m not sure that makes any difference or makes solving the puzzle any easier. Now the author is asking us to suppose the solution of a candidate in a square, and then it states that this candidate can occur outside the chain, and now I’m not understanding why we were creating the chain if it didn’t help us determine definite candidates.
Hunger. Emptiness. Death. In the novel Night by Elie wiesel speaks about hunger as something all jews were used to, empty and deprived of nutrition they were already dead. Hunger consumes all hope and love that people have with one another.
Sorry I was out this morning at a Dr. I put in calls last week and have follow up calls today. I have had a few conversations as well ask Kerstyn is working on this too. We will send you some updates by close of business. Can I just add a row on this spreadsheet with “recruiter notes”?
Humans are more cooperative by nature instead of being more competitive by nature, In the article “Why We Help” by Martin A. Nowak, a group of professors discover the five different mechanisms that govern cooperation and explains how each mechanism governs one's ability to cooperate with others. The first mechanism mentioned in the article is direct reciprocity, this mechanism affects cooperation by making those individuals who repeatedly encounter one another feel more inclined to cooperate with one another. An example of this is written in the article “Why We Help” article, at the being of trying to figure out what makes organisms more inclined to cooperate with one another the professors would run a game theory paradox known as “Prisoner’s
John Fire Lame Deer was a Sioux Indian tribal leader, medicine man, rodeo clown, and storyteller amongst other things. A selection from his autobiography Seeker Of Visions: The Life Of A Sioux Medicine Man titled “Talking to the Owls and Butterflies” is a short piece regarding nature and man’s relationship with it. The piece was intended to make an impression on white people in order to help salvage what is remaining in the environment. Lame Deer reprimands the “white world” for its negative outlook towards nature and the treatment of animals, he converses how man has changed and reshaped nature in order to make it more profitable. Stating that Caucasians have gone and altered animals in order to create
President Obama starts off his speech with a vocal view of the proposal to raise the minimum wage while also detailing its prevalence. He begins with displays of pathos, stating how he has been calling on Congress to “reward the hard work of millions of Americans” who are rife with financial befalls. This indicates that he is neither ignorant of the lower social classes nor playing with politics. President Obama shows that he means what he says and will attempt to pursue such ambitions, even if his attempts are ultimately in vain. He does this whilst asserting how popular the bill is among “three in four Americans”. This