genre analysis 2

Write your genre analysis in the format of a handout using a title, subheadings,

bullet points, brief content, and optional images.

  1. Begin with the rhetorical information: title, author’s name, date, source, genre, target audience, purpose.
  2. State your claim. (How effective is the text based on the DOCS analysis?)
  3. List all four elements of the DOCS model separately; identify 2-3 features for each element, include quoted and/or paraphrased text, and explain how these features connect to the text’s effectiveness or ineffectiveness.
  4. List the reference information, using MLA format.

Please see the attached file ( my analysis), Sample of how the genre analysis that I want , and this article to help you when you write the Analysis..

ARTICLE IS : https://www.nationalgeographic.com/clean-water-acc…

 
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peer evaluation health communication answer the quot peer evaluation quot questions in the attachment

Read the article carefully, answer the “Peer Evaluation” questions in the attachment for giving correct and positive feedback as much as possible to improve the paper

Reading a long paper and give the feedback = Answer the question for improving this long paper (Peer Evaluation)

Looking for reviewers to identify any “big picture” issues they may spot and offer suggestions to improve the paper.

Don’t have to write a book when you’re filling out the peer review form, but consider the type/quality of feedback you’d like to receive on your paper

If there are a lot of issues regarding grammar, you can make a note of it, but please don’t feel like you need to identify every grammatical issue, as I’m more concerned with larger issues.

You can give some feedback based on the “Scoring criteria” in the attachment

 
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rhetorical speech outline shell

Please complete Part 1, 2, and 3. No recorded video of speech necessary. Provide an answer or explanation to the questions below (similar to a Q&A). For the outline shell, each item should be answered using one to two complete sentences (the goal of the outline shell is to use it as reference and develop the speech).

The actual information needed should take a page or two at most (even though the outline shell takes a wholeness page)

Book needed

  • Zarefsky, David. Public Speaking: Strategies for Success. 7th ed. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 2014. ISBN: 978-0205857265.

Part 1: Supporting Material for Your Rhetorical Situation Speech Rhetorical Situation Research Memo

Part 2: Reasoned Arguments

Part 3: Outline Shell for a Speech

Description

In the Rhetorical Situation speech, your purpose will be to strengthen commitment that your analysis of a speech is valid. Beyond reporting the content and history of the speech you analyze, you make a critical argument and convince your audience to accept it.

Instructions

This speech should last at least, but no more than, 6-8 minutes (use this time to include enough claims and supporting evidence). In this speech, you will provide an analysis of a public speech using Bitzer’s rhetorical situation as a critical lens.

Your analysis should focus on the speech as a fitting response to the rhetorical situation, in terms of the exigence, the audience, and the constraints.

Additionally, your speech should inform us about the context of the speech by presenting sufficient historical background for the audience in class. Ultimately, you should present a clear and thoughtful argument about the speech. This argument should not be limited to whether the speech was good or bad, but should judge it according to appropriate criteria. How were the purposes of the speech fulfilled? Were the claims made in the speech valid and supported with evidence? What were the consequences or potential impact of the speech? How did the speech accommodate and make use of the constraints and resources afforded by the occasion, audience, speaker, and speech itself? In particular, what perspective do you bring to the analysis of the speech? What is the decisive, unique, or particularly effective appeal in the speech you are studying?

This assignment will also help to establish your ethos as a speaker. Your analysis, given in a speech, will demonstrate how you use criticism as a form of civic engagement. What you believe to be a fitting response will demonstrate that you know how to be a critic involved in public life, that you know how to do criticism that is engaged in civic matters, and that this functions in ways that are important for the good of the public.

Include a minimum of six published sources cited orally in the speech, cited in the outline for your speech, and listed in the outline bibliography/Works Cited page. Four of the six sources must be scholarly (edited, peer-reviewed) publications. Journalistic sources, news-aggregators, and general web pages are not scholarly sources, but they can be used to provide factual information, historical background, audience characteristics and responses, or pertinent speaker biographies. Remember, your purpose is not merely to provide historical and biographical facts in an informative speech, but to use those facts to argue persuasively for the perspective that you are taking.

Part 1: Supporting Material for Your Rhetorical Situation Speech Rhetorical Situation Research Memo

The research memo for the Rhetorical Situation Speech captures your preliminary plans for this assignment.

1. Speech you are going to analyze: (title, speaker, date, location)

Former President of the United States of America Barrack Obama

Responsibly Ending the War in Iraq

Delivered 27 February 2009, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina

https://www.americanrhetoric.com/speeches/barackob…

2. Exigence for that speech (what imperfection gets corrected in the speech you are analyzing?)

Provide answer here

3. Exigence for your speech (what imperfection gets corrected when your audience hears your speech?)

Provide answer here

4. Audience Analysis (what does your audience already think, know, or believe about your topic?)

Provide answer here

5. General purpose for your speech: Choose either “to strengthen commitment” or “to weaken commitment.” See Zarefsky Ch. 6.

Provide answer here

6. Specific purpose for your speech. See Zarefsky Ch. 6.

Provide answer here

7. Thesis (the central critical claim you are making in your speech – see Zarefsky Ch. 6):

(Fill in the blank) _______________________________________ is / is not (choose one) a fitting response to its rhetorical situation.

Provide answer here

8. Main points/ claims (in no particular order, although historical context typically comes first and speech comes last): historical context (including exigence), audience, occasion, speaker, and speech.

Complete the claim/supporting evidence section below. You might not have 3 pieces of supporting evidence for each section, or you might have more – edit this outline shell accordingly. Please cite your sources at the end of your main points in in the style you are most familiar with (such as APA, MLA, or Chicago).

A. Main point/ claim:

Supporting evidence:

1.

2.

3.

B. Main point/ claim:

Supporting evidence:

1.

2.

3.

C. Main point/ claim:

Supporting evidence:

1.

2.

3.

D. Main point/ claim:

Supporting evidence:

1.

2.

3.

E. Main point/ claim:

Supporting evidence:

1.

2.

3.

Sources (in proper bibliographic style of your choosing):

Part 2: Reasoned Arguments

You have already completed the first part, in which you have identified your purpose, thesis, and supporting evidence. Now, given the claims that you will make in your analysis about the constraints and resources of each element in the Rhetorical Situation, what are the reasoned arguments you can make about the ways the situation shaped the speech that responded to it? Each argument should contain at least one full and complete sentence each for the Claim, Evidence, and Reasoning that you use.

· Occasion: what argument can you make about the way the event, place, timing, or speaking opportunity shaped the speech?

· Audience: what argument can you make about the way the beliefs and values, demographics, or shared experience of the audience shaped the speech?

· Speaker: what argument can you make about the way the reputation, previous statements, background, or social position shaped the speech?

· Speech: what argument can you make about the way the internal dynamics of argumentation, structure, and language shaped the speech?

Part 3: Outline Shell for a CAS 100 Speech (see Chapter 11)

For the outline shell, each item should be answered using one to two complete sentences (the goal of the outline shell is to use it as reference and develop the speech). I have attached an example of an outline, as referenced in the book.

General Purpose: (see Chapter 6)

Specific Purpose: (see Lesson 4)

Thesis: (see Chapter 6, and passim)

I. Introduction (see Chapter 10)

A. (Attention Getter)

B. (Personal Credibility)

C. (Thesis)

D. (Preview)

II. Body – [These main point supports the thesis.]

A. (Main Claim)

1. (Supporting Material, Claim, or Reasoning)

2. (Supporting Material, Claim, or Reasoning)

3. (Supporting Material, Claim, or Reasoning)

4. (Supporting Material, Claim, or Reasoning)

a. (Supporting Material, Claim, or Reasoning)

b. (Supporting Material, Claim, or Reasoning)

Transition:

B. (Main Claim)

1. (Supporting Material, Claim, or Reasoning)

2. (Supporting Material, Claim, or Reasoning)

3. (Supporting Material, Claim, or Reasoning)

4. (Supporting Material, Claim, or Reasoning)

a. (Supporting Material, Claim, or Reasoning)

b. (Supporting Material, Claim, or Reasoning)

Transition:

C. (Main Claim)

1. (Supporting Material, Claim, or Reasoning)

2. (Supporting Material, Claim, or Reasoning)

3. (Supporting Material, Claim, or Reasoning)

Transition:

III. Conclusion

A. (Call to Action)

B. (Summary)

C. (Closure)

Criteria for Evaluating Speeches

Normally, an “average speech” (C) should meet the following:

· Conform to type assigned (expository/informative, persuasive, etc.);

· Conform to the time limit;

· Exhibit sound organization: a clear purpose adequately supported by main ideas that are easily identified;

· Fulfill any special requirements of the assignment—such as, to use three illustrations or statistics, or a specified number of source citations, etc.;

· Be intellectually sound in developing a worthwhile topic with adequate and dependable information/evidence;

· Exhibit reasonable directness and communicativeness in delivery;

· Be correct grammatically and in pronunciation and articulation;

· Be ready for presentation on date assigned.

The “better than average” (B) speech should meet the foregoing tests and also:

· Contain elements of vividness and special interest in its style;

· Be of more than average stimulative quality in challenging the audience to think or in arousing depth of response;

· Demonstrate skill in securing audience understanding of unusually difficult concepts or processes, or in winning agreement from auditors initially inclined to disagree with the speaker’s purpose;

· Establish rapport of a high order through language style and delivery that achieve a genuinely communicative, reciprocal response from the audience.

The “superior speech” (A) not only meets the foregoing standards but also:

· Constitutes a significant contribution by the speaker to the thinking of the audience through the importance and novelty of the topic and of the information presented;

· Achieves a variety and flexibility of mood and manner suited to the combination of thinking and feeling demanded by the subject matter and by the speech purpose;

· The organization—chronological, spatial, temporal, topical, etc.—is appropriate for the purpose and subject of the speech; the introduction uses creativity in gaining audience attention and in orienting them psychologically toward the topic and purpose of the speech;

· The body of the speech develops the topic in such a way that initial audience uncertainty, ignorance, or opposition are resolved as the speech progresses;

· The conclusion does more than merely restate the topics covered; rather, it draws out the central ideas about those topics to be understood and retained by the audience;

· Illustrates skillful mastery of internal transitions and of emphasis in presentation of the speaker’s ideas;

· Delivery demonstrates both the speaker’s mastery of his/her material and a “lively sense of communication” and relationship with the audience.

Speeches which must be classified “below average” (D or F) are deficient in some or several of the factors required for the “C” speech.

The “D” speech attempts to follow the requirements of the assignment, but demonstrates little awareness of the rhetorical situation in terms of the speaker’s position, the audience’s existing knowledge of and interest in the topic, the purpose of the speech, and the physical setting. For example, the speaker might over- or under-estimate (or simply ignore) the audience’s prior knowledge, assumptions, or beliefs concerning the topic. Likewise, the speaker may demonstrate little sense of purpose; the speech may not have any clear thesis; obvious evidence and relevant information may be missing, or the evidence may be inadequately interpreted and may rest on an insufficient understanding of the demands of the rhetorical situation; organization may be deficient (introductions or conclusions not clearly marked, main points not clear, topic not developed clearly or logically); topic sentences may be missing, murky, or inappropriate; transitions may be missing or flawed; delivery reflects inadequate preparation by the speaker and/or a significant lack of “connection” with the audience.

The “F” speech is inappropriate in terms of the purpose of the assignment and the demands of the rhetorical situation. If it relates vaguely to the assignment, it has no clear purpose or direction. The speech falls significantly shorter or goes significantly longer than the specified time limits for the assignment; demonstrates no coherent organizational pattern or main ideas; and exhibits little or no understanding of the demands of the situation. The speaker’s delivery is so unpolished as to show inadequate preparation/practice.

 
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implementation of global strategies 8

6-8 pages

Your work on your strategic global marketing plan is complete. You now have a plan that will implement, manage, and support a global strategy, but it is far from organized. You e-mail Deborah to inform her that you are almost ready and that the initial planning is complete. A little while later, the phone rings and you see Deborah’s name on the caller ID.

“Hi, Deborah. What’s up?” you ask.

“I’d like you to present to the advisory board next week,” Deborah says. “They are very curious about your findings and would like to know if globalization is a good opportunity for the company. The board wants to finalize their strategic plan, and this may be a key part of it.”

After you hang up, you begin thinking through the different items that you will need to cover.

As you finalize the marketing plan, complete the following:

  • Is globalization a good move for the company?
  • What is your rationale behind this decision? Synthesize analysis conducted in previous units, including strategic considerations, cultural considerations, competitive analysis and balanced scorecard.
  • What geographic location should be a target for global expansion?
  • What background information can you provide to support this decision?
  • How will this decision support the overall goal of growth and expansion?
  • How would you refute someone with the opposing perspective?
 
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case study

CASE STUDY INSTRUCTIONS Read the story below, then find and apply developmental reasons that support the current law upheld. Do not just state your own personal opinions. Use your textbook as the primary resource and be sure to cover all the major areas/domains discussed in the required readings (chapters 8–10). You are not required to do research for this assignment. In a small town in Michigan, the unbelievable happened. A 6 year old boy brought a gun to school and shot his first grade classmate in the school library. They had a playground scuffle the day before. After the shooting, he threw the gun down and ran out of the room. School authorities found him hiding in a corner and placed him in their office, where he calmly drew pictures as he waited. Police say that he told them the shooting was an accident and he had only been trying to scare her. In the following investigation, it was found that the shooter lived in a home where father and grandfather were in prison on gun-related charges. He lived with his mother, an uncle and a younger sibling. In searching the boy’s home, police found another stolen gun, a 12 gauge shot gun and drugs. You might be asking yourself, at what age are children held responsible for committing a criminal act. A law professor has pointed out that children under age 7 are not considered criminally responsible; those between 7 and 14 are presumed to lack responsibility and the state must prove otherwise; and those older than 14 are held accountable. A 19 year old male in the household who allegedly possessed the stolen gun was charged with involuntary manslaughter. Again, according to our legal system, children under 7 are not held responsible for crimes. It is said that a 6 yr. old cannot form criminal intent. What developmental factors from your textbook reading of chapters 8–10 support this legal decision? Your paper should be 2 pages of text, have 1” margins, be double spaced, and use 12-pt Times New Roman font. APA format is required. Your paper should consist of a cover page, 2-page body of text (citing any information taken directly from the textbook), and a reference page. Do not use long quotes for this assignment; it is best to put ideas into your own words, but remember to cite those ideas. Refer to the rubric provided for this assignment. Submit your assignment by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Thursday of Module/Week 3. You will submit it twice: in a new thread on DB Forum 3 and through the Assignments submission link provided in Module/Week 3 Assignments.
 
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writting a classification essay

I need help writing a classification essay on types of drivers. It needs to be 100 words max and 950 min. and in MLA format…. Im having trouble with the thesis statement.

 
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i need someone to do me a short research and write about a building

i need you to add a pictures and write about everything the project ask for.

I gonna upland the requirements and an example and my drawing to see.

THE BUILDING IS GILMAN HALL.


WEBSITE TO HELP YOU http://architypereview.com/project/johns-hopkins-u…

 
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follow the instructions discussion 5

Watch Video

Green Marketing Effects on Consumer Purchasing Behavior

Duration: (8:15)

User: x9YmWECpOrcrDgVlS25zRg – Added: 12/4/13

YouTube URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7o_Lo41bb8

Watch the video, then respond to the initial question and to 2 peer posts.

In today’s highly competitive marketplace, more and more companies are getting in on the green marketing bandwagon. Discuss your views on green marketing and how consumers are responding to green marketing.

Student 1/ Green marketing is a fairly new marketing approach that companies are starting to implement as a way to improve their marketing campaigns. Green marketing is based on having a focus on the environment and our impact on the environment when developing a marketing campaign. This can be done through the products themselves, processing methods, and the packaging of the products. Businesses realize the responsibility they have for the environment, along with the responsibility they have to satisfy their customers needs, and thus they decide to engage in green marketing. I believe green marketing is an excellent strategy because it can add to the group of people to whom you would normally be able to market. Some people may not support a company simply due to the lack of green marketing, so putting an emphasis on that could bring in additional consumers. Overall, consumers are willing to pay more for green products worldwide. However, they are less likely to be willing to pay in more developed countries. This suggests that there is not always a correlation just between the level of green marketing and the consumer purchasing goods, but that the actual good being purchased and how much the consumer cares about these goods will increase the likelihood that they will support the company.

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Student 2/Green marketing refers to the process of selling products and/or services based on their environmental benefits. A product or service may be environmentally friendly in itself or produced in an environmentally friendly way. Before I watched the short video clip, I did not have any knowledge on what green marketing was. However, now that I know what green marketing is I believe that all companies should partake in the action of going green. Green marketing is practiced all over the world. In the video the speaker provided statistics that proves that consumers support going green. 29,000 respondents in 58 countries was surveyed and 50% are willing to pay more for Ecofriendly products. In order to be successful in producing and selling green products, you have to make a consumer profile that was mentioned in our last discussion. In order to know your consumer there’s a cycle you can use as a guideline. Green values and knowledge is the first step, green criteria for purchase, barriers, then you have to allow the consumer to purchase it, and lastly they’ll have to give feedback about the product. Companies must convey information to their consumers about their products. The consumers are only going to buy, if they know what they are buying. In addition, companies who go green , the cost of the product being produced will be reduced and in the end we all will benefit from the effects of green marketing because it’s a smarter more efficient way of producing.

 
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social media presence on products discussion

Explain how Apple advertises their phone products on social media sites (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest, for example). Include examples and links, as appropriate. How does the company use social media? What changes do you suggest?

 
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gb600 unit 4 discussion topic 2

Topic 2: Creativity and Innovation as a Leadership Strategy

Many successful business organizations are using creativity and innovation as a leadership strategy to differentiate their organization and position them for success. Locate a current events or magazine article from the past year related to a business organization that is effectively using creativity and innovation.

Write two well-written paragraphs (about 250 words total) regarding the article you select. The first paragraph will summarize the important points of the article in a way that brings clarity and learning to all who read it. The second paragraph will include your analysis of the relevancy and accuracy of the article as well as how you may apply what you learned to your own leadership journey.

 
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