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Critical Reading Guide

To be prepared for today's class: Complete the following critical reading guide and be in class. This assignment is due at the beginning of class and will not be accepted late. For this reading guide you will be studying "There Is No Unmarked Woman".Preview the documentView in a new window After reading the essay, complete the critical reading guide by answering the following: The questions are listed below, but please open this template to create your response.Preview the documentView in a new window (To get credit, be thorough in your responses; certain questions clearly require full thoughts and multiple points to complete.) What is the title? Who is the author? List the date of publication: Who is the intended audience? What is the larger conversation? What is the context necessary to understand this writing? Our text refers to this as the “situation” and "purpose"– research may be necessary to respond to this. What is the medium? What is the author’s claim? What are the author’s reasons? What are the underlying assumptions (about the audience)? Describe how the writing is organized. Is the author fair and reliable? Consider the author’s “angle of vision”– what is being examined, as compared to what is being left out? How does the author use rhetorical appeals? Be very specific as you outline the author’s use of Logos, Ethos, and Pathos. Do you share the author’s values, or the values of the intended audience? Has the author committed logical fallacies? (pages 230-234) Name them, with specific examples. What can you say about the author’s style? Consider the author’s tone/voice/language, design elements, etc.
To be prepared for today's class: Complete the following critical reading guide and be in class. This assignment is due at the beginning of class and will not be accepted late. For this reading guide you will be studying "There Is No Unmarked Woman".
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