New York Times Analysis Assignment

Here is your New York Times Analysis assignment task description: NYT analysis 2017_18-tx98tg

This assignment (double-spaced with an MLA heading) is due on October 25. Early submissions (printed and received by 10/19) earn five bonus points.

You can recommend an opinion article from the New York Times that features interesting stylistic choices. If I select this to add to our choices, you can earn an additional 3 pts.

REMEMBER TO USE EVIDENCE FROM THE ARTICLE YOU ANALYZE.

INTEGRATE THE TEXT SEAMLESSLY WITH YOUR WORDS USING I.C.E (Introduce, Cite, Explain).

REVIEW THE RULES FOR PUNCTUATION AND QUOTATION MARKS. GENERALLY SPEAKING, DO NOT BEGIN A SENTENCE WITH QUOTATION MARKS. 

YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR INTEGRATING THE RULES OF PUNCTUATION, MECHANICS AND GRAMMAR COVERED IN OUR EDIT NOTES.

HERE ARE THE CLASS POWER POINT NOTES ON RHETORICAL DEVICES AND THEIR EFFECTS: Rhetorical-devices-and-their-effects-2017-1cf4um0

Here are the articles you can select from for your analysis paper:

The Dying Art of Disagreement https://nyti.ms/2ymF0cl

What Sincerity Looks Like https://nyti.ms/2fDrXQa

These Are Not the Robots We Were Promised https://nyti.ms/2xSFpDc
Confederate Statues and American Memory https://nyti.ms/2xa3Yiu

Put Women in Charge https://nyti.ms/2kLRt7n

Charlottesville, ISIS and Us  https://nyti.ms/2v0BJgYo

The Art of Thinking Well https://nyti.ms/2yV6OVs

Harvey Weinstein, America’s Oldest Horror Story https://nyti.ms/2kONabB

 

Check out these student exemplars:  NYT Analysis 1   NYT Analysis 2.

 

Remember to include your annotated article and  SOAPStone chart (25 of the 75 points).

 

 

 

 

 

 

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