Construct an argument that both evaluates your focus texts and explains what you can gain from comparing their rhetorical features.

Rhetorical Analysis

Read two sources related to your topic of choice, paying particular attention to each author’s purpose, audience, genre, context, etc.
Analyze each source according to methods described in Chapters 2 and 4 in IAW and the Rhetorical Analysis Supplement.

Construct an argument that both evaluates your focus texts and explains what you can gain from comparing their rhetorical features.

Analyze the rhetorical features and overall effectiveness of two sources related to your topic/the course theme (at least one must be scholarly);
Develop a compelling argument based on methodical analysis;
Have a well-defined and coherent organizational structure;
Be written in clear, precise language;
Cite sources correctly using MLA citation style;
Include an MLA format Works Cited page;
Include a title that reflects the spirit and scope of your paper;
Be 4-5 pages in length (double-spaced, one-inch margins, 12 point Times New Roman).
Be submitted to Canvas as a Word document

Construct an argument that both evaluates your focus texts and explains what you can gain from comparing their rhetorical features.