Read https://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/06/health/headphones-hearing-loss-kids.html and write me a 2-page paper summarizing it through the Toulmin Method and analyzing the rhetorical effectiveness of its Rhetorical Strategies.
You'll only have two pages to complete this assignment, so make sure you don't try to summarize and analyze everything within the argument. Instead, it's best to choose two Claims and analyze how effectively they support the Main Claim (with one paragraph each) through the effectiveness or ineffectiveness of their Reasonings, Warrants, and Rhetorical Strategies. Remember that it's not enough to just claim that the author's argument is effective or ineffective, but rather you need to prove to me that it is effective or ineffective. To do so, you'll need your own analysis of the argument, along with quotes from the text cited in standard MLA format based on paragraph number: (Saint Louis par. 3).
With a paragraph for introduction (Give me the author's name, the article's title, Saint Louis' Main Claim, and whether you find that Main Claim to be effective or ineffective), and another for the conclusion (summarize your points and reiterate your thesis), that should leave you with 2 full pages. If you go over 2 pages, that's fine, but don't hit 4.
Halfway through the second page is what is considered 2 pages. Any less than that will be docked points, and more than a page less than the requirement will result in a failing grade. Late submissions will be docked points, and more than a week late will not be accepted.
Standard MLA format is required, that means Times New Roman, 12 point font, 1 inch margins, a header with your last name and the page number (ex. Judd 1), the standard beginning information at the top of the first page (Your name, my name, the class name, and the name of the assignment or the date of the assignment), and a funny or interesting title.