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To answer these questions, refer to the article you have chosen to write about for Essay One. Be sure to answer each question and upload the completed worksheet to Blackboard, under this assignment category, by the due date.

Write down the author & title of the article:

What biographical information is listed in the text about this author?

What is this article about? What’s the argument & main point of this article? (Use in your intro)

What the author’s motivate for writing this article? Who is the intended audience? (Possible use in your intro)

THESIS: Your claim and why/the reasons: (Last line in your intro)
Is this a well-written argument? Why or why not? Base this “claim” on an overall rhetorical evaluation.
--Claim: Is this a well-written argument? Did the author achieved his purpose/wrote an effective argument?
--Reasons: Use rhetorical methods and terms, such as writes to a clear and appropriate intended audience; uses appropriate tone (formal, informal, casual, academic, etc..); the author is trustworthy ;uses relevant and current data; presents a strong argument using logos (data, facts, stats), pathos(emotional), ethos (authority, trustworthy), etc.

Briefly summarize the article. Identify the author’s main points, making sure to state the author’s purpose for writing. One paragraph is sufficient:   

*The next area of your paper will focus on analysis of rhetorical methods or modes. Paragraphs should discuss the whys/reasons/your rhetorical terms &methods presented in your claim: (In the final version of your essay, this section will begin in paragraphs 3 or 4, depending on the length of your summary, and last through paragraphs 5 or 6.) Possible rhetorical analysis topics/sub-claims could include: writes to a clear and appropriate intended audience; uses appropriate tone (formal, informal, casual, academic, etc...); the author is trustworthy; uses relevant and current data; presents a strong argument using logos (data, facts, stats), pathos (emotional), ethos (authority, trustworthy), etc. Possible rhetorical analysis paragraph/sub-claims of the thesis:

Point one/working topic sentence idea:
Examples/evidence:
Analysis (So what, why):


Point two/working topic sentence idea:
Examples/evidence:
Analysis (So what, why):


Point three/working topic sentence idea:
Examples/evidence:
Analysis (So what, why):


Possible point four, if needed (if you don’t have a fourth point, move on to the conclusion):
Examples/evidence:
Analysis (So what, why):

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Write down the author & title of the article:
“And now, a game from our sponsor” – by William Weir

What biographical information is listed in the text about this author?
None on the Economist page, including the author’s name; this info was found by doing a google search and locating a different but similar article.


What is this article about? What’s the argument & main point of this article? (Use in your intro)
The article is about “advergames” – light, fast games centered in some way around the product or concept being marketed.

What the author’s motivation for writing this article? Who is the intended audience?
I think the author’s motivation...
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