Rhetorical Tools Assignment Detailed Instructions and Rubric In this document you will find the specific instructions for our Rhetorical Tools Assignment. These instructions are also located in your Course Syllabus. Near the bottom of this document you will find the Rubrics I will use to grade your assignment When you are writing descriptively, you may want to incorporate figurative language into your essay. These devices promote imagery and elevate your prose. The following exercise will show how a variety of rhetorical devices are used in writing. You will then be comfortable adding this kind of strategy to your observation essay.
Rhetorical Tools Assignment
Read about “Rhetorical Tools” in the textbook on page 123-124 to familiarize and review common rhetorical tools. 2)
Read “Living Like Weasels,” on page 102 in the textbook. Notice as you read the variety of rhetorical tools that the author uses. 3)
Answer the questions below. Use a highlighter tool to indicate the multiple-choice responses. Save your work, then submit as an attachment to the appropriate folder within the Assignment Forum by Wednesday of Module 3.
“Living Like Weasels”
Paragraph #1: “like a stubborn label.” This is an example of: A) a simile B) a metaphor C) an allusion
Paragraph 2 refers to “a fur pendant.” This is an example of: A) a simile B) a metaphor C) an allusion
The last paragraph on page 102 says “a muscled ribbon.” This is an example of: A) a simile B) a metaphor C) an allusion
At the top of page 103, Dillard says, “Our look was as if two lovers, or deadly enemies, met unexpectedly…” This is an example of: A) a simile B) a metaphor C) an allusion
In this same paragraph, there is the phrase, “grate of rubbed balloons.” This is an example of: A) a simile B) a metaphor C) an allusion
In the 2nd column at the top of page 103, it says, “His journal is tracks in clay.” This is an example of: A) a simile B) a metaphor C) an allusion...
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