It carries 25 points and has two parts:
1. Read, label, annotate (explaining why you think as you do) a New Yorker article for 12 points.
The rhetorical situation: persona of the writer, purpose, audience, genre; 2 point
Mark the claims, & so what, and add your own headings so you paraphrase the whole arc of the argument (or writers stance). 4 points
Find, label and explain these: 3 points
At least 3 strategies for coherence
Why it (the issue or problem in the article) matters
Find & discuss any two examples of two of these items below: 3 points
Naysayers & answers to the naysayer
Framed or nested quotations
2 Work the Metacognition table, thoughtfully and completely for 13 points.