Rhetorical Analysis

Requirement:
This essay is made up of three questions, each of which is answered in 300 words. These three questions should be answered in combination with the students’ experience in learning the unit this semester.
Reflection Task: The purpose of the final assessment is to demonstrate your understanding and application of the concepts learned throughout this unit. To do this, you should respond to three of the prompts found here: Final Reflection Task.docxPreview the document

For the final reflection task, please choose three of the following prompts and write
approximately 300 words in response to each.

1. Most of the scholarship we have engaged with this semester views writing as a process,
rather than a product. Do you agree with this statement? Why or why not? Please use
examples from your own writing journey this semester.
2. Most writing scholars (Pullman, Lunsford, Sword, Petelin, etc.) agree that writing is a
collaborative process, even for the solitary writer. Do you agree with this statement? Why or
why not? Please use examples from your own writing journey this semester.
3. What is your definition of the rhetorical situation—and how have you applied it to your own
writing journey this semester?
4. Has your definition of yourself as a writer changed over the course of this semester? What
have you learned about your own writing process and your capabilities/challenges as a
writer as a result of the feedback you have received from your instructors and peers?
5. Complete the following sentence and discuss based on your own experiences this semester:
Peer review is a valuable tool for improving writing because . . .
6. As a result of what I have learned about writing this semester, I am a better consumer of
writing as evidenced by . . .
7. As a result of what I have learned about writing this semester, my previous conception of
“good writing” has/has not changed because . . .
8. Complete the following sentence, using examples from your own writing journey this
semester: Good writing is . . .
9. Complete the following sentence, using examples from your own writing journey this
semester: Good writing is not . . .

 

 

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Introduction