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Choose one of these vastly popular TEDTalks to analyze:The Power of Vulnerability, Brene Brown
The Danger of a Single Story, Chimamanda Adichie
An Unexpected Tool for Understanding Inequality: Abstract Math, Eugenia Cheng
A Black Man Goes Undercover in the Alt-Right, Theo Wilson
The Next Outbreak? We’re Not Ready, Bill Gates
CRITICAL ANNOTATION GRID for a Presentation This assignment is difficult. In order to complete this grid with confidence, you will need to carefully study Chapters 1, 2, 3, and 9 in our textbook, The Bedford Book of Genres, 2nd ed. It is good practice to attempt to apply a concept only after you’ve made exhaustive efforts to understand the concept, and this analysis asks you to apply some dense (some not-so-dense) concepts. You will likely need to complete this assignment over several hours and perhaps over more than one study session, so give yourself time to wrestle with it and to ask questions and get answers; make sure you address ALL of the elements listed below. Soon, you will have the opportunity to create your own presentation, so this assignment is essential to your understanding of the rhetorical choices you will have to make and genre conventions you will have to adhere to later on this term. RHETORICAL SITUATION and CHOICES: 1.PURPOSE: What is the composer’s aim with this presentation? How do you know? Point to specifics in the presentation to support your response. Type your response here: 2.AUDIENCE: Who is the primary audience for this presentation? How do you know? Point to specifics in the presentation to support your response. Who might the secondary audience be? What makes you say that? As always, point to specifics. Type your response here: 3.RHETORICAL APPEALS: For each of the three rhetorical appeals, identify with a specific example how the composer makes the appeal and explain how that example works as that appeal. Type your response here: Logos:
Ethos:
Pathos:
4.MODES and MEDIA: What mode is used here? What medium? Type your response here: GENRE CONVENTIONS: 1.ELEMENTS OF THE GENRE: Address all of the following elements of this genre, and give a specific example to illustrate how the composer adheres to or breaks from each genre element: Gives a bold introduction to capture the audience’s attention:
Intro also…Introduces speaker:
Establishes speaker’s credibility and relationship to the topic:
Previews what the speaker will discuss:
Provides enough background info so that the audience can understand the context of the presentation:
Presents information and arguments in the body of the speech:
Addresses objections and counterarguments to make the best case possible:
Concludes with a summary and solid message:
Uses visuals, video, audio, and other media to support the argument:
Makes transitions to move the audience from one point to the next:
2.STYLE: Address all of the following style elements of this genre, and give a specific example to illustrate how the composer adheres to or breaks from each style element: Organizes the material so that it’s clear and persuasive:
Tailors the level of detail:
Makes eye contact with the whole room and stands tall:
Varies delivery and shows emotion:
3.DESIGN: Address all of the following design elements of this genre, and give a specific example to illustrate how the composer adheres to or breaks from each design element: Slides (if present) have easily readable text for the audience members in the back of the room:
Contrasts between backgrounds and text:
Slides are not crowded with lots of points and images:
Each slide has one main point with a few supporting points:
4.SOURCES Draws on own expertise of the subject:
Confers with others who are knowledgeable in the field or subject:
Has clearly studied the literature of the topic:
Properly credits source material to the sources every time:
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