Project 2: Analysis Blog
Write two blog posts of 750-1000 words each that analyze a text to advance an original insight or interpretation. Each text you select as the focus of your blog posts should be brief—able to be considered in under five minutes.
Provide the text to the reader for consideration: link to it or embed it in your discussion draft as well as in the final draft. The text should be one that can be read, viewed, or otherwise considered in five minutes or less. To guide your selection, here are suggested types of texts to analyze:
· A print ad
· A song
· A short video
· A meme
· A work of art
Include at least two media elements in each of your blog posts: online or original photographs or images, links to outside content relevant to the post, embedded audio, video, or other media.
Provide citations for the text you analyze, as well as for any linked or embedded items. Refer to the Critical Analysis module for suggestions of specific texts to analyze, a model blog post, and example analyses.
Keep this general rhetorical situation in mind:
Your writing should follow genre conventions for blog posts.
Your purpose is to analyze.
Your audience is your peers at Northwest, specifically other students in this class.
Focus on demonstrating these skills in your writing:
Follow blog conventions to meet the expectations of your audience and to achieve your purpose. Your writing should reflect close consideration of the instructional materials related to the blog genre offered in the Critical Analysis module.
Use analysis to develop your blog posts: assert an insight or interpretation of the text supported by close examination of aspects or parts of the text.
Apply the writing process to complete your work in stages, including invention, planning, drafting, revision, and editing to eliminate errors.
To guide your progress, the Critical Analysis module offers a notes, quizzes, and discussions. If you have questions, send a Canvas message. If you need help at any stage of your process, make an appointment at the Writing Center!
RUBRIC: ANALYSIS BLOG PROJECT
This rubric will be used to score complete, original projects that respond to the specific requirements of the assignment. A grade of 0% or 50% will be recorded for responses that have plagiarized content, do not follow the assignment prompt, or are not substantial enough to be considered complete, final draft writing.
To MEET EXPECTATIONS, the writing should demonstrate:
Points awarded for EXPECTATIONS
A clearly stated thesis in each blog post that relates a specific and original insight about or interpretation of the text that is the focus of the analysis.
NOT MET: 6
Logical organization that supports the purpose of analysis with paragraphs that examine individual aspects or parts of the text. Use of transitions to guide the reader.
NOT MET: 6
Development that supports the thesis with evidence from the text balanced with original explanation and interpretation.
NOT MET: 6
Adherence to genre conventions for blog posts (as detailed in Module 4), attention to the specific audience and the purpose of analysis.
NOT MET: 18
Attention to Edited Standard Written English & MLA Format–The reviews are free from serious or repeated errors in grammar and mechanics that distract the reader from the ideas being communicated and are presented in MLA Format.
NOT MET: 12
Ability to acknowledge, document, and cite as needed any unoriginal content, ability to clearly distinguish between original writing and source material, ability to follow current MLA style guidelines.
NOT MET: 12
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