then you will write an essay in which you evaluate the one of the speaker s arguments this of course does not mean that you should agree or disagree with the speaker instead you will provide a deep analysis of the rhetorical strategies the speaker u


  • Length: 3-5 pages
  • You will need:

1. Introduction, including a hook, background information, the author’s thesis and his audience and your thesis with a clear preview of points

2.Up to 5 body paragraphs, including cited examples from the speech as well as your analysis of effectiveness after each citation

3. Conclusion with a clear restatement of the main points, thesis, and final argument.