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ENGL 100 Language and Composition
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Task
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

https://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/dan-fumano-vancouver-police-will-not-require-covid-19-vaccinations-unlike-other-departments

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
(https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2021/dec/06/britain-global-vaccine-bottleneck-rich-countries-new-variant)

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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