Essay 4 (Due November 22)OverviewThis prompt, in addition to the “Argument Analysis,” “Rhetorical Analysis,” “Toulmin Analysis,” and “Analysis Template” Pages, will serve as the guidelines for the fourth essay for this class. In the fourth essay for this class, you will choose an essay from Responses 1-12. You can select an essay you have previously read and responded to, or you can opt for a brand-new essay. When picking which essay to analyze, you should decide on one which strikes you as particularly well or poorly written. You should not choose an essay on the basis of whether or not you agree with the subject matter, but whether or not the essay is effective, independent of your stance on the issue at hand. Obviously then, it is entirely possible to disagree with the essay, but to have to admit that it is effective and convincing. In terms of essay structure, you will want to make use of the “Analysis Template” Page in this Module.In addition to the Pages mentioned above, I would like to point out that that 9th through 12th Modules have been filled with the pieces of argument. In these two Modules, assertions, evidence, assumptions, opposition, appeals, and fallacies have been covered; all of this information is crucial to writing the argument and, therefore, to the analysis of argument.Do not argue for or against the issue/topic of the essays.Instructions:To begin this assignment, compose your Essay 4 by addressing the following requirements:Choose an essay that is either well or poorly written.Thesis Statement: Identify the author and essay title and claim that it is an effective or ineffective essay.Review Rhetorical Features or Toulmin Analysis Pages above.Offer material from the chosen essay in analysis to best prove claims.Offer clear, fully-developed body paragraphs, making sure that the analysis is compelling.Use the essay that you are analyzing as evidence for your claims.If you are doing Rhetorical Analysis, you must include analysis of thesis, evidence, and opposition.If you are doing Toulmin Analysis, you must analyze all 6 elements.Make use of transitions.Ensure that all borrowed material, quotes and summaries, from the source essays or outside sources is parenthetically cited to avoid plagiarism.Offer bibliographic citations for any material you choose to use (it is not required that you use any) in the Works Cited at the end of the paper.Write 800+ words.This essay will be submitted to our Plagiarism Checker.

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