Hello happy rhetors! Let's continue to beef up our awesome rhetorical analysis skillz.
Here's what you need to do this week to achieve full credit for this blog.
1. Read this article by Jen Doll in The Atlantic. And this article by Dana Coleman that kind of says the same thing in a different way.
2. Then, in a well-developed paragraph, complete a mini-rhetorical analysis identifying how Jen Doll and Dana Coleman crafts their argument of the misuse/use and deconstruction of the English language through rhetorical appeals and use of rhetorical devices. Which is more convincing and why?
3. Once you have posted, you are not done. Come back to this blog and comment on someone else's posting, expressing your own interpretation, questioning his or her analyses, or suggesting changes to improve his or her writing.
This will be due Friday, January 29th by midnight.
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