Choose an argument essay that resonates most with you. Then, take time to begin your rhetorical analysis essay. What could the author have left out or added to the essay to make it more persuasive?

Why Do People Spread False Information

Choose an argument essay that resonates most with you. You can use one of the four linked essays below, or choose a different one (your professor must approve the argument essay beforehand).

ESSAYS:
“Why Do People Spread False Information Online?”
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Then, take time to begin your Rhetorical Analysis essay. Be sure to watch the review videos on paraphrasing, intros and conclusions, and body paragraph development first. And remember, this essay should be at least 500 words.

Start with a strong introduction that leads to an argument statement. Was the essay credible? Why or why not? In the body of your essay, be sure each topic sentence supports your argument.

Finally, be sure to end with a concluding paragraph. Here, you could talk about any holes you found in the essay. What could the author have left out or added to the essay to make it more persuasive?

Choose an argument essay that resonates most with you. Then, take time to begin your rhetorical analysis essay. What could the author have left out or added to the essay to make it more persuasive?