1. As the name implies, visual rhetoric means the part of communication that involves what is seen, including colors, forms, and the way what we are seeing is laid out on the page. Font type and size can also be included in visual design. The term rhetoric can sometimes cause confusion, so for clarity’s sake; here it means techniques used for the sake of persuasion.
Keeping these definitions in mind, describe an image from one of the CDC website pages on ADHD (http://www.cdc.gov/NCBDDD/adhd/index.html) that you find to be especially powerful and persuasive. What makes it so? Identify the image’s purpose and audience. Please be sure to provide a description of your chosen image so that your classmates and instructor can also analyze your selection.
3. Use the following checklist to help make final revisions on your essay:
Are the introduction, body, and conclusion clearly defined?
- Does the introduction provide sufficient background for the reader?
- Is there a thesis statement that makes the main ideas of the essay clear?
- Does every paragraph address the subject matter of the thesis in some way?
- Does the essay show that the writer has a knowledge of the audience?
- Is there credible support, specific examples, detail to make your points clearly?
- Is the tone and voice formal enough for an academic essay?
- Have all requirements of the assignment been met?
- Are all sources credible?
- Have all quoted, paraphrased, and summarized material been cited in-text with a corresponding reference on the reference page?
- Is the grammar and punctuation correct?
- Has the writer spell checked the essay?
- Is the title capitalized correctly?
- Are the correct margin and font and other requirements of GCU style correct?
What aspects of your essay need improvement?
sunday: Revise the draft you have written, utilizing the feedback from your peer review. Complete your revision in conjunction with the guideline