Three Rhetorical Elements Florida State Universi

Three Rhetorical Elements Florida State Universi

Three Rhetorical Elements Florida State Universi

I need help drafting an essay that first summarizes and then analyzes the text “The Untold Story of Breonna Taylor.” (ATTACHED) you must refrain from using the first-person voice when drafting this essay.

You must refrain from using the first-person voice when drafting this essay. Must NOT use phrases such as “I think…,” “I feel…” or “In my opinion.” Instead,
any statement that you may feel inclined to begin this way should
simply be presented as fact. While it does not change the nature of the
statement itself – it is still opinion – it will nonetheless render
your opinions more convincing.

The summary should be just that – a condensed explanation of what the
author(s) discussed in the article. For this portion of the paper,
please keep in mind the summary exercise that examined the right way –
and the wrong way – to construct an appropriate
synopsis of another author’s work. Meanwhile, your analysis must
include some assessment of the author’s effectiveness relative to the
elements of writing that we have been examining thus far this semester:

  1. Introduction
    1. Broadly introduce the topic – social injustice and racial discrimination/systemic racism.
    2. Gradually narrow the scope of your discussion.
    3. Produce a thesis – i.e. In his/her essay “________”
      (article title), ___________ (author) effectively/ineffectively
      discusses the topic of social injustice and racial
      discrimination/systemic racism.
  2. Body paragraph one (and possibly two, three and four)
    1. Offer a brief summary of the article(s) at hand.
  3. Next body paragraph
    1. Offer an analysis of one of the three rhetorical elements – ethos, pathos or logos.
  4. Next body paragraph
    1. Offer an analysis of the next rhetorical element.
  5. Next body paragraph
    1. Offer an analysis of the final rhetorical element.
  6. Conclusion
    1. Revisit your thesis – paraphrase it; do not simply copy and paste the same sentence that appears in your intro.
    2. Reinforce how the evidence supplied in the body proves your thesis.
    3. Generally wrap up and offer a sense of closure to the reader.you must refrain from using the first-person voice when drafting this essay.