ENGL 101 Discussion Forum 2 Instructions This course utilizes the Post-First feature in all Discussion Board Forums. This means you will only be able to read and interact with your classmates threads after you have submitted your thread in response to the provided prompt. For additional information on Post-First, click here for a tutorial. Assignment In Module/Week 8, you will write a 300350-word Visual Analysis (Part I) and a 200250-word response to a classmates thread (Part II). Please note the word count does not include citations. A. Visual Analysis (300-350 words) 1. Watch the video: Purdue OWL: Visual Rhetoric. Copy and Paste into your browser: 2. Review the visual below. 4. Analyze the effectiveness of the visual argument presented in the visual in a 300-350 word response containing the following information: Based on what you have learned about rhetoric this term: Describe the Rhetorical Situation of the visual (purpose, audience, context). How do the visual elements persuade the viewer to think or act in a certain way? Give specific examples of visual elements in the visual. Are the elements effective considering the Rhetorical Situation you have identified? Explain. Are there ways that the visual elements could be presented differently for a better result? What aspects of the visual are most effective? Explain. Is the visual using pathos, ethos, or logos? Explain. Complete your analysis with a summary of the effectiveness of the visual argument presented in the visual. Cite the visual according to your documentation style (APA, MLA, or Turabian). Write MLA, APA, or Turabian in the title of your thread as follows: TitleCitation style (e.g., Silence the Violence: A Visual Rhetorical Analysis APA). Review the Discussion Board Forum Grading Rubric before submitting. Part II: Reply to Classmate (200-250 words) Reply to a classmates post with a 200-250 word response containing the following information: Reply to your classmates analysis of the visual. Address specific points regarding your classmates content related to the OWL video and textbook comparisons of the models of argument. Use the principles of argument either to rebut or to support your classmates ideas. Statements such as, I like what you said or I disagree with your comment, do not count as replies. You must explain why you liked or disliked the thread by adding additional thoughts or ideas if you agreed with the author or by providing alternative ideas or thoughts when you disagree. Keep in mind that, regardless of whether you agree or disagree with your classmates opinions, you must be respectful and courteous in every interaction. For more on proper discussion, consult the netiquette policy found in the Student Expectations link of this course. Review the Discussion Board Forum Grading Rubric before submitting.