Part 2 asks you to formalize your Project 2 visual analysis by writing a 1,000 – 1,200-word essay that identifies a stakeholder’s argument that has been communicated through two of its visual images. Prior to this assignment, you have chosen a stakeholder (organization) and two of its images and created substantial content by answering guiding questions. This Part 2 assignment asks that you to more critically analyze the visual and rhetorical strategies this organization implements in its campaign and analyze how these visual arguments reflect the organization’s goals, which encompass its interests, missions, and message.
Skills & Strategies
This Part 2 assignment will help you to
- determine a stakeholder’s goals, which encompass its interests. missions, and message
- analyze further the rhetorical situation associated with the stakeholder’s two images
- examine the rhetorical strategies used in the two images that support the stakeholder’s goals
- substantiate your visual analysis with research
- identify and develop organizational strategies that contribute to the effective delivery of information and presentation
- construct an introduction and solid thesis that presents the relationship between the two images and the stakeholder’s goals
- write a conclusion that highlights the main points and considers forward-thinking research ideas for research/action
- cite sources according to the assigned requirements
Part 5 asks you to take your peer and instructor feedback and make substantial revisions to your Intermediate Draft. As revisions are a major component in the recursive writing process, your revisions should be substantial and include both global and local concerns. This revision may require you to re-organize your material, expand and/or more fully integrate and cite your research, provide more stakeholder background and context, further analyze the rhetorical situation of appeal strategies of the two images, shift your focus more on the relationship between the two images and the stakeholder’s main argument, including how the two images represent the stakeholder’s goals (your thesis), and/or provide a more satisfying conclusion. It is always important to present a polished draft that attends to grammar and surface issues and proper format as identified by your instructor.
Your Project 2 Final Version 1,200 – 1,400-Word Essay will analyze the visual and rhetorical strategies the chosen organization (stakeholder) implements in its campaigns and analyze how these visual arguments reflect the organization’s goals, which encompass its interests, missions, and message.
Skills & Strategies
This Part 5 assignment will help you to
- learn the importance of revision as part of the recursive writing process
- synthesize peer & instructor feedback and make revision decisions
- identify strengths & weaknesses of your intermediate draft
- expand research as needed
- further develop organizational strategies that contribute to the effective delivery of information and presentation
- expand and strengthen your Visual Analysis by reconsidering and/or building upon the required essay components and by using the skills and strategies you’ve learned in project parts 1-4
Description (and Step by Step)
The Part 5 final draft will be a polished 1,200 – 1,400-word essay that analyzes how these visual arguments reflect the concerns of the stakeholder and discusses visual rhetorical strategies that establish relationships between the two images. This draft should include a thesis, all major points, evidence to support these points (including in-text citations from appropriate sources), and a Works Cited page. The draft must also include the two images embedded into your Project 2 final version.
You should support the claims you make about the visual rhetorical strategies that establish relationships between the two images and the stakeholder’s goals, using primary and secondary research. You should include at least three sources in your Project 2 Final Version, one primary source from the stakeholder’s website along with two secondary resources that reference the stakeholder and/or the images used.
Step by Step
- Review Steps 1-5, noted on your Part 2 Intermediate Draft Project Description and in the above Part 5 Final Draft Description
- Review the class content and homework assignments from your Intermediate draft submission and determine the final draft additions or revisions you may need to make based on this new information
- Thoroughly review all feedback offered through peer review and by your instructor and determine the revisions needed for your final draft based on your critical assessment of the feedback received and your own revision plan that will guide your work.
- In addition to significantly revising your draft, present a polished draft that attends to grammar and surface issues, and use proper format as identified by your instructor.
Remember that substantial revisions are a requirement per the syllabus. You must expand your Visual Analysis beyond the minimal requirements.
the stakeholder that i chose is the UN the United Nation.