Purpose of this assignment: To practice writing an informed persuasive rhetorical analysis essay.
Essay Prompt: You are to write an essay on any chapter 22 What’s There to Eat? topic that asks your readers to take action. You must take a position and use the rhetorical devises taught in class to persuade your reader.
Readings: You may use creditable, academic content from the Lone Star databases. Background and overview information is found from sources such as The New York Times. One (1) or two (2) scholarly articles are required for your rhetorical analysis. contains only scholarly content. Using scholarly articles elevates the creditability of your writing. Check with our librarians if you have any question about scholarly content. JSTOR
Please use the SLRC Research Guide. American Food is your umbrella topic for this essay.
Final draft Requirements: Your final draft should be at least three pages, double-spaced, with 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. Use MLA style for all in-text citations and a Works Cited page. The Works Cited page does not count toward the page requirement.
Criteria for a successful essay include: