Directions You will analyze the ways in which the writers/producers of the docum
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You will analyze the ways in which the writers/producers of the documentary you watched use rhetorical appeals to create a certain effect—whether to persuade, entertain, inform, etc. You should discuss where and why their logic, techniques, and devices work while maybe others do not work. Although you are analyzing argument in this paper, you will eventually make your own argument in support of whether or not the documentary effectively accomplishes its objectives.
Must fall between 1,800-2,400 words (the Works Cited page does not count for meeting the word count)
Formulate a specific, focused, and complex thesis statement
Support your position with compelling topic sentences, followed by detailed and perceptive analysis of research-based evidence
Smoothly frame quotations and use appropriate paraphrasing
Use effective transitions to move from paragraph to paragraph, section to section
Develop a reasonable conclusion that provides a satisfying closure
Display an ability to use dynamic sentences and precise words, avoiding errors in grammar, punctuation, and language
Use at least four outside sources from credible sources
Use graphic evidence*
Proper use of MLA format
*Graphic Evidence Requirement: Somewhere in the essay, you must include at least one graphic illustration that provides appropriate evidence for the position you are developing. This graphic evidence should be appropriate to the topic, and make sure that the graphic is treated like any other research-based evidence. Note: Do not toss into you essay just any random image, make sure it’s appropriate and applicable to the subject you’re writing about.
Get the best quality research you can, as your grade will depend on it. Make sure your research is credible. Use approximately 30% research in your essay, about one source per writing page, although you may balance your research in any way you deem most effective. Cite all your sources—ideas, numbers, words, summaries, paraphrases, quotes—both within the essay (in-text citations) and on a Works Cited page. Note: Do not use dictionaries or Wikipedia.