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this two attachment shows the advertisement that i want to talk about and the writer should comparison and contrast these two ads also i will put the rubric for the writer and the assignment guide

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[CRITICAL THINKING PAPER 3] EAP 1850 Overview: Write 3-3.5 page essay that compares and contrasts two advertisements, two from the U.S, OR one from the U.S. and one from your country. Student Learning Outcomes: • Students will learn academic content knowledge and vocabulary in media literacy and will demonstrate understanding of this knowledge by completing critical thinking papers. • Students will learn to compare/contrast ideas from course content by completing critical thinking papers. • Students will demonstrate they can integrate/synthesize information from class sources by completing critical thinking papers. Topic: Your paper should focus on an analysis of the similarities and differences of the their media literacy concepts, text/subtext, and language of persuasion techniques. You have the choice of comparing two ads from the U.S. of similar products (for ex. Nike and Adidas or Coke and Pepsi) OR one ad from your country and one ad from the U.S for the same product (for ex. a Coke ad in both countries). of the media source. Examples of possible themes are families, sport, cars, religion, and politics. The essay should include a thesis statement that clearly shows the purpose of the essay. The ads should be described well enough so that someone who has not seen them will understand the content. The essay should follow one of the methods of organization for comparison/contrast learned in class. Procedure: Step 1: Essay preparation and writing A. Choose TWO advertisements – two from the U.S. for similar products OR one ad from your country and one from the U.S. of the same product. Upload your ads to Canvas by SUNDAY, MARCH 26 th at midnight. B. Do your analysis of each ad. Focus on at least one media literacy concept reflected in each of the ads. Next, for each ad describe the text – what you see in the ad – and the subtext – your interpretation of the hidden meaning of the ad. Finally, discuss the language of persuasion techniques used in each ad. C. Look for similarities and differences in the ads in each of the areas of your analysis. Write up the comparison using either whole-to-whole or point-by-point organization. D. Find a way to introduce your essay that gives general information about the topic, and a way to conclude that leaves the reader with something further to think about or shows the relevance of the topic to the “real world”. Step 2: Write and revise your paper A. Using the notes/thoughts you have from Step 1, write your paper. B. Take a look at the paper and be sure it follows all the guidelines on the assignment sheet and the scoring rubric. C. Make an appointment with a tutor (bringing the assignment sheet and rubric with you) to go over it several days before the due date and make any revisions the tutor suggests. University of South Florida ELP | April, 2017 1 EAP 1850 [CRITICAL THINKING PAPER 3] D. If there’s anything you’re still unsure about, make an appointment with your instructor. Step 3: Format your paper and submit it A. Be sure to: o Use size 12 font o Double-space the lines o Have 1” margins on the left, right, top, and bottom of the page o Include your name, your class and section, and the date at the top of the paper. B. Submit your paper via Turnitin on Canvas by _______________________________ Assessment: The Critical Thinking Paper is worth 7.5% of the final course grade. The instructor will use a rubric to evaluate the papers. Areas of evaluation will include application of course content, task-related skills, and language use. 2 April, 2017 | University of South Florida ELP [CRITICAL THINKING PAPER 3] EAP 1850 Name: Application of Course Content Knowledge – 50% Compare/Contrast Completion: • The writer addresses all parts of the prompt/assignment. Very Excellent Good Satisfactory Good 10 9 8 7 Compare/Contrast Development: • Ideas are explained fully by including explanations and descriptions so that they can be understood by a person who is not familiar with the article/topic. • Ideas are supported by evidence, such as class sources/discussions, which clearly relates to the ideas it supports. • Ideas are original and demonstrate critical thinking by considering multiple sides of the topic. • Comparisons and contrasts are clearly made and are logical. Very Excellent Good Satisfactory Good 10 9 8 7 Task-related Skills – 30% Flow: • Ideas are presented in a logical order that shows relationships on the sentence, paragraph, and whole paper level. Very Excellent Good Satisfactory Good 10 9 8 7 Organization: • Essay follows one of the methods learned in class for organizing compare/contrast. • The introduction gives general background information about the topic and sources. • The paper includes a thesis statement that gives an overview of what the paper will be about. • The conclusion leaves the reader with something further to think about and/or shows the relevance of the topic to the “real world”. Very Excellent Good Satisfactory Good 10 9 8 7 Originality/Source Attribution: • Apart from key words and phrases, ideas are expressed in the student’s own words. No sentences have been copied directly Compare/Contrast Essay Date: Comments Needs Improvement 6 5 Needs Improvement 6 Comments 5 Needs Improvement 6 5 Needs Improvement 6 5 Unsatisfactory Missing 4 0 Unsatisfactory Missing 4 0 Unsatisfactory Missing 4 0 Unsatisfactory Missing 4 0 University of South Florida ELP | April, 2017 Score x .5 Score x 4.5 Score x 1 Score x 1 1 EAP 1850 [CRITICAL THINKING PAPER 3] from the text(s) without acknowledgement. • The sources are accurately referenced throughout the paper. Very Excellent Good Satisfactory Needs Improvement Good 10 9 8 7 6 5 Language Use – 20% of assignment grade Comments • Compare/contrast transitions are used often and accurately to show connections between ideas. Very Excellent Good Satisfactory Needs Improvement Good 10 9 8 7 6 5 • Grammar errors are not significant enough to require exceptional reader effort. • The paper has been proof-read, as evidenced by accurate spelling, punctuation, and capitalization, and the absence of other typos. Very Excellent Good Satisfactory Needs Improvement Good 10 9 8 7 6 5 Assignment Completion: 5 points will be deducted for every half page under the minimum assigned length. Summary of strengths and advice: 2 April, 2017 | University of South Florida ELP Unsatisfactory Missing 4 0 Unsatisfactory Missing 4 0 Unsatisfactory Missing 4 Deduction (if any): Score x 1 Score x 1 Score x 1 0 Total Grade: /100 ...
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School: Boston College

Hello buddy, I am through with the paper...the answer is attached

Running head: DODGE ADVERTISEMENT

Dodge Advertisement
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DODGE ADVERTISEMENT
Introduction

Just like other industries that are multi-billion dollar, car companies are constantly
on the lookout for additional clients as they can get. Organizations such as Dodge
set aside big budgets to be used on advertisements so as they can show their clients
why they ought to purchase their cars. Organizations sell their cars to their clients
through innovation. This is the exactly what the two Dodge advertisements
commercial entail.
Dodge has a notoriety of American-made muscle autos, which is by all
accounts what they are running for with the advertisements by making it a fast and
aggressive moving business. In both ads, the business appears to be quick a result of
the peppy mainstream music out of sight blended with the quick scene changes with
a great deal going ahead in them. With scenes of the...

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