Write a letter to your mentor explaining why a study of rhetoric and rhetorical canon is valuable to you, a modern-day student of English Composition. 300 words

Part 1: “Rhetorical Heritage, Modern Applications” (Lesson 1) Write a letter to your mentor explaining why a study of rhetoric and rhetorical canon is valuable to you, a modern-day student of English Composition. 300 words

 

Part 2: “Considering Your Audience” (Lesson 1, Chapter 1) Your text discusses three possible ways to view your writing audience (classical view, cognitive view, social view). Briefly describe each view, and for each one identify a type of writing for which that view would be particularly appropriate. Close your brief essay by telling which view you employ most often in writing. The paper should be about 250 words long—longer if necessary—and should clearly demonstrate your understanding of the content.

 

 

 

 

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