Revision history for WhatMakesThisRhetoricalRepriseOnLine


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Last edited on 2015-12-05 07:22:46 by MorganAdmin
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Make some notes on - not necessarily in this order -
- stylistic elements that stand out - textual and visual!
- ...
**2. Now //focus// on one rhetorical element** that you find particularly interesting in this specific case, and develop an analysis in depth and detail for the next hour. You might choose, for instance, to focus on //ethos// for this exercise. Your overall task it to explain how the artifact works rhetorically. If you focus on ethos, your task it to explain how the rhetor uses ethos to achieve the rhetorical ends you center on. Or you might address how the rhetors use stylistic elements ...
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Consider - not necessarily in this order -
- stylistic elements that stand out
...
**2. Now focus on one rhetorical element** you are find particularly interesting in this specific case, and develop an analysis in depth and detail for the next hour. You might choose, for instance, to focus on //ethos// for this exercise. Your overall task it to explain how the artifact works rhetorically. If you focus on ethos, your task it to explain how the rhetor uses ethos to achieve the rhetorical ends you center on. Or you might address how the rhetors use stylistic elements ...


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Edited on 2015-12-04 07:58:35 by MorganAdmin
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A link to a rhetorical artifact has been emailed to you. Use that artifact for this exercise.
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A link to a rhetorical artifact has been emailed to you.


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Edited on 2015-12-04 07:57:15 by MorganAdmin
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- the exigence


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Edited on 2015-12-04 07:54:52 by MorganAdmin
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A link to a rhetorical artifact has been emailed to you.
Go to your wiki name page and create a new page titled RhetoricalReprise - followed by your initials.


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Edited on 2015-12-04 07:45:02 by MorganAdmin
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Read the exercise through before you start. Then set aside 1-1/2 hours of time during which you won't be interrupted.
==== The exercise ====


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Edited on 2015-12-04 07:43:06 by MorganAdmin
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**1. Start by considering the following features to make some general observations. ** A rough paragraph or two or a set of notes would work. Take no more than half an hour for this part.
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1. Start by consider the following features to make some general observations. A paragraph or two or a set of notes would work. Take no more than half an hour for this.


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Edited on 2015-12-04 07:42:21 by MorganAdmin
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**3. wrap up your consideration by addressing this question:** What specific challenge / problem does the specific artifact pose to rhetorical analysis?
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**3. wrap up your consideration by addressing this question:**
What specific challenge / problem does the specific artifact pose to rhetorical analysis?


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Edited on 2015-12-04 07:42:08 by MorganAdmin
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Take about an 1-1/2 hours for this - certainly no more than 2 hours! I'd like to let //you// to get a sense of what you can do in a short time.
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Take about an hour an a half for this - certainly no more than 2 hours! I'd like to let //you// to get a sense of what you can do in a short time.


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Edited on 2015-12-04 07:41:46 by MorganAdmin
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- the implied rhetor and implied audience as they are manifest in the artifact
- stylistic elements that stand out
=== Notes ===
- Don't worry about creating perfect prose or elegance for this exercise. Use the exercise to work through the analysis. I'll read the work as a draft.
- You don't have to any research for this, although you might quickly look into the rhetor's and the artifact's background if you wish to.
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CategoryExercise CategoryExam
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- the implied rhetor and implied audience
- marked stylistic elements
Part of the exercise is, of course, considering how you define the problem.
You don't have to any research for this, although you might quickly look into the rhetor's background if you need it.
Again, I'm interested in what you can do with the text and a rhetorical artifact in an arbitrary amount of time.
Luck


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