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TOPIC: Rhetorical Analysis of Public Writing
TYPE: Essay (any type)
: 13.02.2017 21:00
Analysis Rhetorical situation :It Can Power a Small Nation. But This Wind Farm in China Is Mostly Idle. The New York Times, 15 Jan. 2017. Web. 15 Jan. 2017 by Javier C Herendez Genre:expecting to see an introduction, body paragraphs, and a conclusion. I am also expecting that your main argument/claim will be evident near the beginning of the paper, and that all claims will be supported with specific evidence that is effective for your rhetorical situation Length: Your essay must be a minimum of 1200 words all inclusive (including title, citations, etc.). Any essay not meeting the minimum length requirement will not receive a passing grade or my feedback. Format: Type your essay in Google Drive using Times New Roman, 12pt font. Single space the essay, but include an extra space after each paragraph. Use a heading on the top left of the first page that includes (in this order) your name, my title and name (i.e. Instructor Sylvia Morales), the class (i.e. UWP 101), and the date the final version of the assignment is due. All essays should have a title; â€œEssayâ€ is not an appropriate title. Sources & Citation: You may use any source material effective for your rhetorical task. Whatever source material that you use should be given appropriate attribution and citation, which includes in-text and end citation. You may use any citation style (e.g. MLA, APA, etc.). If you have any question about how to cite sources, you can find links to helpful information on the class website. Any essay that fails to cite sources will be considered plagiarized and cannot earn a passing grade. If an idea did not originate with you and came from any other source, whether your instructor, a reading, the web, or a classmate, it must be cited.
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