Our final project has two major goals: 1) to help us explore the relationship between genre, audience, and context and 2) to expand our understanding of genre beyond print. To fulfill these goals, you will use the research conducted within your second project—and re-present that argument across three genres. In other words, you need to create three new pieces that relate to the argument you made in your research essay. While at least one of your creations should include written text, none should be a lengthy paper. You don’t have time for that at this late point in the semester. Instead, use this project as an opportunity to be creative, as you can compose visual, material, and/or aural projects.
In addition to the three creations, you will write a rationale (at least 100 polished words) that explains the rhetorical choices you made in each genre and how you see those choices as rhetorically effective for your context and audience. In other words, for each of your creations, you’ll write a 100 word explanation (minimum of 300 words in all) of why you did what you did and how well you think it works or doesn’t work for your intended purpose and audience. This project must have a total of 1,300 polished words between the genres and the rhetorical rationales.
In other words: Create three new multimedia compositions.
1) Choose three genres from the “List of Genres” document in this module.
2) Create 3 Compositions after choosing from the list.
3) Make sure there is a total of 1,000 written words included in the process of creating those compositions.
4) Write a 100-word rhetorical rationale (see instructions above) for each of the Compositions.
Here’s the list of genres for your reference:
Musical Theater Book and Songbook
Series of emails
Exhibit of Photographs
School, schedule, curriculum
Restaurant – menu, descriiption of theme
Social Media Campaign
Menu of Controversial Food
Themed Magazine/Topic Magazine
Trailer for movie or documentary
1. Carefully read the required pages in the textbook. 2. Select
1. Carefully read the required pages in the textbook.
2. Select ONE of the four Learning Objectives prompts (7.1, or 7.2, or 7.3, or 7.4) and prepare to write a 400 word (or greater) essay addressing the prompt based on information in the textbook and your own research.
7.1 Compare and contrast classic Greek tragedy and Elizabethan tragedy.
7.2 Differentiate among various forms of comedy, including satire, comedy of character, farce, and parody.
7.3 Discuss the key developments in nineteenth century theater (the 1800’s).
7.4 Describe the new theatrical directions and themes in that evolved in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
3. Find and read a research source (BEYOND your textbook – try Google Scholar or the SPC Library) concerning the prompt you selected and be prepared to integrate the research in your essay. Be sure to cite these research sources as well as the textbook.
4. Post a new thread of at least 400 words, in which you fully address the requirements of your chosen prompt.
5. Read one of your classmates’ original posts on a DIFFERENT PROMPT than your selection. Then compose a response post (at least 100 words) that does at least TWO of the following (cite your sources if referenced):
Extends or adds to his/her point(s)
Asks a clarifying question
Disagrees (with reasoning and evidence) with the author’s analysis
Adds to the understanding of the analysis
Offers constructive suggestions for improvement
Hi! I would like a Draft Essay on the attached Final
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In order to successfully complete this unit: First, you will take
In order to successfully complete this unit:
First, you will take one of your two previous essays and now properly cite all quotes from the original story/play that you included in your paper
Second, you will add useful information properly cited “in-text” from four (4) articles from one of the two lists below. You will NOT create a new paper, from scratch
these articles discuss the works/authors of your original paper and you will add quotes from them into your original argumentative essay, wherever they fit, transforming it from an argumentation essay, to a full literary research paper
If the remaining articles available for your chosen work/author can also work for your paper, you may use them as well
The quotes from these articles may be about the author of the work, its theme, the collection the work comes from, or the issues it asks you to think about. For example, Original Essay: “Kate Chopin is the author of the short story ‘The Story of an Hour.” Research Paper: “Kate Chopin, whom John Doe calls “a proto-feminist” (Doe, 2009), is the author of the short story ‘The Story of an Hour.”
Even if a statement in the article says the opposite of your argument, you can still use it by saying something like: “Unlike John Doe who believes ‘X’ (Doe 2012), what is really going on is …” [continue with your original argument]
The citation information for each article is included below each link but is not in APA format. You will have to format that information yourselves. Simply typing: “retrieved from the SPC databases” is not enough, and will receive no credit
NEVER add a quote between two periods and just let it sit there. You must connect it to the existing paper with a sentence or two. There is a reason why you put that quote in that spot and not the next paragraph. Tell me what that reason is to work the quote in smoothly to the existing paper
No other outside sources besides the literary articles from the lists below are allowed
Third review the videos below and create your paper’s setup, the in-text citations, and a References page as the new last page of your paper listing in proper APA format only the articles from our list that you worked into the essay
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