1. Your task for this short week is to go to http://Google.com/Doodles.
2. Scroll through the years and find one that you feel is one you could write about in-depth. You will be doing a mini-rhetorical analysis of this image.
3. Complete AP PARTS for the Google Doodle you have chosen in your journals (don't post your AP PARTS--this just helps you plan out your analysis).
4. Then, determine what its purpose/argument is. Finally, determine what rhetorical devices this image is utilizing and what they say about the purpose/argument.
5. In the comments function, link us to your image (drop the URL into your comment) and write a stylistic short rhetorical analysis of your Doodle.
6. Once you have posted your comment, you are not done. Come back to the blog to comment on someone else’s Google Doodle Rhetorical Analysis. Feel free to add something you spot that the original poster may have overlooked. A second pair of eyes is always better than just one.
If you are interested in what other people have said about Google Doodles, here is a cool article that someone compiled about a site's interpretation and opinion of the best ones Google has ever created.
Happy Google Doodling! Due: Friday, January 22 at midnight (technically Saturday, but whatever).