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You will write a rhetorical analysis of the film Exit Strategy. Remember that in a rhetorical analysis, your job is to explore how the author argues. Once you figure out what the main idea of the film is, you can figure out how the author argues. You should look at the smaller bits to see how they make meaning. Everything matters. Remember that it is not your job to give your opinion of the text. It does not matter whether you agree or disagree with the argument that the author presents. Your job is to analyze their rhetorical strategies.
Introduction and Thesis
Lay a foundation that eases the reader into your paper. Provide background information about the subject matter, author or time period. Make sure the introduction is fully developed. Make sure that your introduction ends with a strong thesis that clearly states your argument.
This paper should have 2-3 body sections. Each body section should focus on a specific rhetorical feature. The sub claims in each body section can be based on a rhetorical feature like logos, ethos, and pathos. (Please remember that if you use logos, ethos, and pathos, you need to be specific about the type of logos, ethos, and pathos). You may also use other rhetorical features. This link lists other types of rhetorical features: CLICK HERE. Make sure that your sub claims will allow you to fully develop each body section.
You need direct evidence. There are two types of evidence that for a paper like this. The first is direct quotations from the dialog in the film. The second is targeted description of parts of the film. Please remember that you do not need to summarize the film. All elements of evidence should be analyzed. You should explain to your reader how the evidence is intended to impact the audience. Consider what type of connection the author attempts to make with the audience. How did the author intend for the audience to feel?
Do not conclude your paper abruptly. Recap your argument and touch on the broader implications of the analysis. You could reflect on the significance of the rhetoric for each rhetorical situation. You could reflect on the issue or cause discussed. You want to draw your paper to a close, leaving your audience with the feeling that your analysis is important.