The essay that I am remixing to a new audience is my writing in the social science essay, called Obesity in America. I am remixing this essay because it is important to know how to prevent obesity. The audience that I am targeting is students who are still in elementary school, boys and girls, from the ages of five to ten. The purpose of this essay to inform elementary school students how obesity occurs and what we can do to prevent it from happening. The medium that I will use to create my remix is a power point. The slides on the power point will include graphs, pictures, and facts on each slide informing students about obesity. The first few slides will be information about obesity. Then, the next slides will be about how obesity occurs
Rhetorical analysis Do you believe in order to understand other culture you need to try different food ? These are some ideas of this article from Amy S. Choi a freelance journalist. She wrote this article,“What americans can learn from other food cultures”. Choi betters her argument by providing real stories from other countries.
In Fast Food Nation, the author uses multiple rhetorical strategies to achieve an overall tone and effect. One device, however, was utilized throughout the book. To achieve the tone of disapproval, pathos, the appeal to emotions, was strongly used in each part of the book. For example, the book states, “At times the animals are crowded so closely together it looks like a sea of cattle, a mooing, moving mass of brown and white fur that goes on for acres.” This appeals to the readers emotions because it discusses the cruel treatment of cows. These animals are about to be slaughtered, and they have to endure these poor conditions up until their death. This helps convey the tone of disapproval by providing an example of improper methods used in
Within this commercial, logos was not very prevalent. I chose a commercial about dog food and they didn’t mention the dog food until the end. Through the entire advertisement, if focused on the dog and his owner. In the end, you finally got to see the paw print logo appears as well as the company name, IAMS. The director makes an interesting decision by having the commercial not be focused on the logos. Other dog food commercials talk about what ingredients are in the dog food, or they talk about what kind of dogs they provide the food to, whether it be small, medium, or large dogs. IAMS chose to not mention any of those items listed above. That is an interesting tactic. Even though there were no statistics, the commercial influenced its
According to Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia, the U.S. Department of Agriculture carries out programs of research, education, conservation, forestry, marketing, credit, export expansion, food distribution, production adjustment, grading and inspection, and development of rural areas ("Agriculture, Department of."). Nearly 100,000 people make up twenty-nine different agencies within the USDA. These people do their part to participate in the agricultural act of eating that Wendell Berry talks about in The Pleasures of Eating. Wendell Berry argues the importance of eating responsibly using the following rhetorical devices: pathos, ethos, repetition, and imagery.
1. Tatiana Morales: CBS News November 5, 2005 • Morales reported on an article that appeared in the Parade magazine who has followed the eating, food shopping and diet habit of American in a yearly survey. The survey shows that (84%) a large percentage of American should be on a diet. It is found that many of us lean heavily on convenience food.
In both David Zinczenko’s “Don’t Blame The Eater” and “ Radley Balko’s “What You Eat is Your Business”, the argument of obesity in America is present and clear from opposing viewpoints. Both articles were written in the early 2000’s, when the popular political topic of the time was obesity and how it would be dealt by our nation in the future. While Zinczenko argues that unhealthy junk food is an unavoidable cultural factor, Balko presents the thought that the government should have no say in it’s citizens diet or eating habits.
Novelist, Eric Schlosser, in his novel, “Fast Food Nation”, expresses how fast food has spread. Schlosser’s purpose is to make us see how addicted we are to fast food. He adopts a shocking tone through the use of diction, Logos, and diction in order to get people to make better choices.
Nutrition Topic: Nutrition Organization: Topically Specific Purpose: To inform my audience the importance of proper nutrition I. INTRODUCTION A. Attention getter: Did you know that more than two thirds of adults are considered to be overweight or obese in the United States? If obesity rates stay consistent, about 51% of the population by the year 2030 will be obese.
Drinking coffee lowers risk of death One of the most surprising benefits of coffee is the fact that it has been linked to living longer. According to various studies, including one that was done by the National Institutes of Health, people who drank 1 cup of coffee daily reduced the risk of dying by as much
Rhetorical Analysis: “Why McDonald’s Fries Taste So Good” When it comes to writing, the hardest part is getting the audience interested in what you have to say. Four techniques writers use to attract readers are the use of ethos, logos, pathos and Kairos in their text. Ethos is a method used to gain trust in the author. Logos uses facts and statistics to add credibility to the author. Pathos is used in stories or experiences to connect the readers emotionally to the text.
Rhetoric in Panera’s Advertising Mmm. Panera. Whenever I decide that I want soup I buy a thing of vegetable soup at panera. As long as it’s not lunch hour, I can get my food in less than 10 min. It takes far less for me to gobble it down.
Never The Same Sniper Sequel Cold breezy day in Ireland Collan is on his way home from the war expecting to face wrath from his family for choosing the side of a war they did not believe in. Although they do not know Fergus will not be attending them at this point, while he has passed from a cruel event. Fergus was a gentle young scholar who was a stupendous build and very handsome like his brother Collan. Collan was always a lot taller and stronger then Fergus; therefore, Fergus had the upper hand when it came to school and farming. As Collan lead in the athletics winning sport events for his high school, as Fergus was in the shadows.