Read the article.
Based on rhetorical reading, answer the following questions:
What is the exigence of the article? How do you know? Copy/paste the section of the article that shows exigence.
Who is the audience for the article? How do you know?
What are some of the constraints of the argument the article makes? Provide specific examples of how the disciplinary context, publication outlet, structure of the article, etc., constrain and shape the argument the author makes.
Using the rhetorical triangle, briefly explain how the argument is framed within appeals to ethos, pathos, and logos (they will appeal to all three in some way). Provide specific examples within the text to show examples of each of these three appeals the article makes to the reader.
2) Provide a 100-150 words summary of the article.
What tone and purpose did you choose as most appropriate for the summary? Why?
What changes would you make if you later decide to use this article in the annotated bibliography?