I’m studying and need help with a English question to help me learn.
Please follow the outline and do the requirements like the outline
I need new introduction and answer the questions in outline about the introduction
for section 1 what you did before need to support each paragraph
support each paragraph by source in the research
I need 8-9 sources
I need 1500 words and the total should be +2000 words
please work in file that I attached
Also, I have these questions need to answer after you finish writing research
First, review what you have written so far.
Then, answer each of the following blue questions in a short paragraph of 3-5 sentences Use the black questions as guiding questions to help you answer the blue question.
For full credit, be sure to use evidence from your text and your research to support your responses.
What is the rhetorical situation?
- What occasion gives rise to the need or opportunity for persuasion?
- What is the historical occasion that would give rise to the composition of this text?
Who are you as a speaker?
- How do you establish ethos (personal credibility)?
- Do you come across as knowledgeable? fair?
- Does your reputation convey a certain authority?
What is your intention in speaking?
- To attack or defend?
- To exhort or dissuade from certain action?
- To praise or blame?
- To teach, to delight, or to persuade?
Who make up your audience?
- Who is the intended audience?
- What values does the audience hold that you appeals to?
- Who have been or might be secondary audiences?
What is the content of the message?
- Can you summarize your main idea?
- What your the principal lines of reasoning or kinds of arguments used?
- What styles of rhetoric are being used?
- How do you appeal to reason? to emotion?
What is the form in which your argument is conveyed?
- What is the structure of the communication; how is it arranged?
- What oral or literary genre is it following?
- What figures of speech (schemes and tropes) are used?
- What kind of style and tone is used and for what purpose?
How do form and content correspond?
- Does the form complement the content?
- What effect could the form have, and does this aid or hinder your intention?
Does the message/speech/text succeed in fulfilling the your intentions?
- For whom?
- Do you effectively fit your message to the circumstances, times, and audience?
- Can you identify the responses of historical or other contemporary audiences (other than the ones you may intend)?
What does the nature of the communication reveal about the culture that produced it?
- What kinds of values or customs would the people have that would produce this?
- How do the allusions, historical references, or kinds of words used place this in a certain time and location?