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ENGL 100 Language and Composition

This is an open-book exam. You should use the 5 articles as sources for the questions. Write and submit your answers on one separate word document.
The exam has three parts. Read the instructions carefully before attempting them.
Part I: Logical Fallacy (10 marks)
Read and annotate the article “Vancouver police will not require COVID-19 vaccinations, unlike other departments” by Dan Fumano

Then, identify at least one logical fallacy discussed or described in the article. Write a well-structured paragraph describing this logical fallacy and comment on its rhetorical purpose. 
Part II: Rhetorical Analysis (30 marks)
Read and annotate the article “Poorer nations are being denied vaccines, and Britain must take much of the blame” by Lara Spirit

Now, analyse the article for the rhetorical appeals and write a short essay of no more than 3 paragraphs to identify and critically analyse the rhetorical strategies the author/writer uses in order to comment on the effectiveness and/or significance of the text.  Remember to pick just one rhetorical appeal that you think is the strongest.

You do not need to write a Works Cited page, but you must use the MLA in-text documentation for all references to the articles.
Your Rhetorical Analysis will be graded out of 40 points using the rubric below.
Criteria for marking Rhetorical Analysis:
10 Introduction and Conclusion - Intro provides context for the rest of the paper; conclusion recasts thesis and provides cohesion to the whole paper
5 Thesis – Clear thesis having; writer’s central argument, the appeal that you think is most prominent and sub-points, stating how the author convinces the reader.
10 Body Content - Skilfully analyses the rhetorical device/ appeal used by the writer to persuade the reader with clear support in the form of quotes/paraphrases.
10 Language conventions - limited errors in spelling, grammar, word order, word usage, sentence structure, and punctuation; good use of academic English
05 MLA citation - Appropriate and consistent use of MLA citation format

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