We should learn how validate things before sharing it.

This project is all about posting and sharing some information in social media without considering it content. It may affect our mental health if we keep on believing on fake news. We should learn how validate things before sharing it.

Describe the rhetorical situation (purpose and original target audience) surrounding the text under analysis and accurately summarize the argument presented in the text.

Choose an article we have read from Media Studies (articles listed below). Choose the one that has sparked the most interest—not just your interest in the topic but also how the article is written. Write a 4-5 page Rhetorical Analysis that SUMMARIZES a main argument from your chosen article and ANALYZES how this argument is… Continue reading Describe the rhetorical situation (purpose and original target audience) surrounding the text under analysis and accurately summarize the argument presented in the text.

Your fiction piece can be a revision/extended version of your writing assignment #2, however, it does not have to be.

Submit an original short story here as a document attachment (.doc, .docx, .pdf). Your fiction piece can be a revision/extended version of your Writing Assignment #2, however, it does not have to be. Fiction should be double spaced, include a title in bold, follow proper MLA format (Links to an external site.) (including font type),… Continue reading Your fiction piece can be a revision/extended version of your writing assignment #2, however, it does not have to be.

Word count: 1500 minimum (works cited page not included in word count)

Essay 2: Multi-Modal | The Great Literacy Shift Word count: 1500 minimum (works cited page not included in word count) MLA style: 12 pt. font, Times New Roman, 1-inch margins, etc. Goal: The year is 2132, and you are an anthropologist looking at an event that took place more than one hundred years ago called… Continue reading Word count: 1500 minimum (works cited page not included in word count)