In this essay you will put the readings you have done (I will upload them) in co

    In this essay you will put the readings you have done (I will upload them) in conversation with the discourse communities with which you have begun to work, my DC is International students studying in the U.S.
    To accomplish your goals, you will address the following questions:
    1. How do you define rhetoric? Discourse? Discourse community?
    2. How does the definition of rhetoric impact discourse within a community?
    3. How do you know that your discourse community and the course theme discourse communitysatisfy the definition of discourse community?
    4. What characteristics of discourse have you observed in your discourse community and in thecourse theme discourse community?
    In answering these questions, incorporate the following:
    1. Quotes from the readings (Remember to attribute the quotation to its course and cite it properly. For example, you could say something like “As Diane Macdonell points out, . . . “ and then list her article in a References page. Do not include article titles within the body of the essay; just use the author’s name, full name the first time and last name thereafter.)
    2. Text from your reading summaries (i.e., If you did a thorough job on your reading summaries and other exercises, much of the work you need to do for this essay has already been done.)
    3. Specific examples from your discourse community
    4. Specific examples from the course theme discourse community
    Make sure you include in-text citations and a references page for your sources. Also, include specific examples of the characteristics and/or interactions you observed in your discourse community and in the course theme discourse community.
    Your essay should be written in academic style.You may use APA style or MLA style citations, but, whichever you choose, be consistent. Length: 750-1250 words (3-5pp.)
    successful Project 1 Essay will meet the following criteria:
    1. Define clearly the following terms: rhetoric , discourse, and discourse communities.
    2. Use the evidence (i.e., quotes and paraphrases) from the readings to support and explain each of the definitions provided.
    3. Apply the definitions provided to characterize the observations of the student’s chosen discourse community.
    4. Explicitly establish how and why the student’s chosen discourse community meets the criteria for a discourse community.
    5. Apply the definitions provided to characterize the observations of the course theme discourse community.
    6. Explicitly establish how and why the student’s course theme discourse community meets the criteria for a discourse community.
    7. Use effective academic writing style, to include citations and references.

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