Good day!

In class:

  • Journal Entry
  • Questions, comments, concerns...
  • Annotated Bibliography/Literature Review
  • Concept 3: Writing Enacts and Creates Identities and Ideologies

Annotated Bibliography/Literature Review

  • A reference entry in your chosen citation style (not included in word count).
  • An effective summary analyzing the rhetorical situation:
Who is the author? What are her/his credentials and affiliations?
What is the purpose/exigence for the article? Who is the intended audience?
How are rhetorical appeals (ethos, pathos, logos) used in the article?
What may be some of the constraints for the article?
  • An accurate in-text citation from the source.
  • A description how the source will be integrated into your Research paper.
  • How and where will this source work within the framework of the Toulmin or Rogerian argument?

Reminders for Wednesday, October 12th:

  • Read Concept 3: Writing Enacts and Creates Identities and Ideologies (pp.48 - 58).