Rhetorical Identification and Paper Topic of Your Choice

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I need your help to complete a paper proposal for a Rhetorical Identification essay about How vegetarianism is unhealthy for the individual and the environment.And i want you to incorporate the rhetorical elements

WRIT 101 Rhetorical Identification and Paper Topic of Your Choice Spring 2018 Course Goals Framing this Assignment: ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ Increase your ability to read rhetorical situations and make rhetorical choices in writing Take risks in new writing situations Increase your control of situation-appropriate conventions of writing Expand your research literacy Assignment Description and Instructions You have just completed your first deep look into rhetorical writing and thinking! Congratulations! As we’ve discussed and read through the previous unit, rhetoric is in everything, every act of communication, every act of writing. The way you write and make choices about your writing is directly influenced by rhetorical elements. As college students, you will be faced with a variety of writing situations depending on the major you’ve chosen and the classes you will take. One common denominator in that writing, though, is the use of outside sources. Instructors and professors want you to be able to seamlessly integrate the work of others beyond just agreeing and disagreeing with what they say. From research choices to formatting, using source material should be an active conversation. For this project, there are two major requirements: 1. A minimum of five outside sources must be integrated into your paper. 2. A 1-2 page rhetorical identification must accompany your paper. **Other than that, you can write about anything you want, though topics will be approved by me. By the end of the semester, you will have created a 3-4 page paper integrating five outside sources accompanied by a 1-2 page rhetorical identification. Drafting Process Because these papers will cover a variety of topics, we will begin the drafting process with a paper proposal and rhetorical identification. Paper Proposal and Rhetorical Identification: Paper proposals can vary, but their main purpose is to clearly and succinctly detail the author’s desires and plans for successfully completely a paper about their topic.. It is formatted in a very particular way and showcases your thinking about the paper. A rhetorical identification will simply be a clear presentation of how the standard rhetorical elements will impact the paper you want to write. Simply fill out the template provided for you on D2L under ContentCourse Information. DUE: 1-2 pages by Friday, April 6 by the beginning of class Rough Draft: After receiving instructor feedback on your paper proposal and rhetorical identification, and engaging with research and more readings from your text book, start honing and shaping ideas for a more formal piece. Source material should be integrated into your own, unique thinking. Format should be in place, thought should be given to organization and 1 WRIT 101 Rhetorical Identification and Paper Topic of Your Choice Spring 2018 delivery, and a central idea should develop as the focus. DUE: 2-3 pages by Wednesday, April 18 Final Draft: Reflecting back on the entire unit of class work, readings, and feedback, you will meet for conferences with me, individually, to revise and complete your final paper. DUE: 3-4 page paper and 1-2 page rhetorical identification by Friday, April 27. Document Design Rough and Final Drafts will be written following the conventions of your chosen format as described in your Pocket Style Manual. You can also follow a variety of conventions as described by the Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University. 2
Rhetorical Identification Before writing your research paper, please provide a strong paragraph explaining how each of the rhetorical elements below is influencing the paper you are writing. If you are unclear on a definition, use Doug Downs’ piece entitled “Rhetoric: Making Sense of Human Interaction and Meaning Making” as your reference. If there is some overlap from ideas you’ve already started in your paper proposal or overlap between two rhetorical elements, embrace it. That’s a demonstration of intertextuality and the webbed way we understand rhetoric! Rhetors: Motivation: Exigence: Kairos: Context: Knowledge Making: Narrative: Rhetorical Appeals:

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Rhetorical Identification

As it happens with writers, there will be two main rhetors to keep in mind during the creation of
the text. On the one hand, there is the author, myself in this case, and the readers. From my side,
I am aware that I am not impartial in this argument. I am not a supporter of these movements as
catalysts for environmental progress, though I do agree with the ethical drive behind the
movements. The readers, on the other hand, might have a series of different perceptions towards
these particular food trends; some might consider them to be morally upright and
environmentally beneficial, others might think they are unnecessary or unfeasible, while most
people will stand somewhere in between. Beyond these two direct groups of people, other rhetors
that will be manifested throughout the course of the paper, but on a secondary plane, are those
whom are directly affected by the subject discussed.

My motivation for writing this paper comes from a genuine desire to alter, somewhat, the
understanding of environmentally beneficial strategies. As...

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