You will be doing the critical thinking work of our rhetorical analysis assignments
Then wirte an Argument Essay.The issue and conclusion for this argument is quite simple. You will be choosing one of the executive orders signed by President Trump.
BUT FIRST YOU JUST NEED TO WRITE A rhetorical analysis FIRST.
To develop your argument, you first need to select an executive order, then identify two opposing arguments in response; you will begin by conducting some of your own background research on the executive order, then completing a thorough rhetorical analysis of the articles you’ve chosen.
You will be assessing each argument’s assumptions, ambiguous language, fallacies, and use of evidence, as well as enumerating each’s reasons and clarifying their conclusions.
There are the rhetorical analysis lists:
Issue&Conclusion: : Issue and conclusion are identified and explained with specificity
Reasons:At least three accurate reasons are identified and presented with specificity
Ambiguous Words: The words and phrases identified demonstrate clear understanding of ambiguity
Assumptions: Both value and descriptive assumptions are found and properly identified
-Descriptive assumption :
Fallacies: Fallacies are identified and explained, with references
Evidence: Clear assessment of use of evidence
Personal Response: Clearly explains reasons for agreement or disagreement