Consider how identity issues are presented in each piece how the author/speaker presents these identity issues and what they mean overall for the author/speaker

Purpose Analyze and compare elements of context embedded in two sources the clues that show what the argument is responding to (the context) and the sense that it is written for an audience in a particular time and place. Examine each writer’s language in relation to intended audience context and community.

 

After finishing the three readings this week take some time to summarize and reflect on each.

Consider how identity issues are presented in each piece how the author/speaker presents these identity issues and what they mean overall for the author/speaker.

For each piece you will write two paragraphs. The first paragraph will focus on summarizing the reading and the second paragraph will focus on reflecting on the reading.

You should have a total of six paragraphs for this assignment.Make it clear which story is being discussed in each paragraph.

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Select one film from the list  provided.

For the summary organize your ideas in three paragraphs:

  • Paragraph 1: Identify and Summarize the film (Who What Where Why How?)
  • Paragraph 2: Personal Reflection on the film (How do you feel about the film?)
  • Paragraph 3: Focus on Identity Issues seen in the film (What issues came up? Why? How were they significant?)

Each paragraph needs to be comprised of at least 4 sentences and follow standard paragraph organization.

Essay : Assignment Details
For your next essay you will be rhetorically analyzing two sources for their arguments claims audience context and rhetorical strategies.

The possible sources for this essay are:

  1. Ursula Le Guin’s “The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas”
  2. Mitsuye Yamada’s “To the Lady”
  3. Lizz Huerta’s “Hooter’s Chicken”
  4. Film or Documentary from approved list 5. Other Source as Approved by Instructor

Purpose Analyze and compare elements of context embedded in two sources the clues that show what the argument is responding to (the context) and the sense that it is written for an audience in a particular time and place. Examine each writer’s language in relation to intended audience context and community.

Audience Write for an audience of college professors and students who are not familiar with concepts and texts in your essay Length _…_

Minimum of 1200 words PLUS MLA 8 works Cited page Points Final Draft:150 Important Dates Sep 23- Rough Draft Draft Submitted for Peer Review Oct 9- Final Draft Submitted Through Canvas

In this essay you must:

  • Produce an introduction that establishes the two sources which you are analyzing and comparing. Identifying a unifying idea/theme through which the comparison can occur.

https://swccd.instructure.com/courses/42246/pages/essay-number-2-film-sources?module_item_id=1779808

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