Select one persuasive message that you have encountered during the past two weeks to write about and divide your paper into four sections with headings for each section written in bold font and aligned to the left of the page: Nature of Persuasion, the Persuasive Message, Analysis, and Conclusion.
Practical Persuasion Manual: Identify a context of persuasion (political, organizational, instructional, or sport) and create a manual that provides people in that context insightful wisdom and tips that are grounded in persuasion theory and research.
Documentary Analysis: Select a documentary to watch, then write a paper about how the documentary is meaningful: not just what it means, but how it constructs that meaning.
Documentary Final Essay: Compare two documentaries that are about a similar topic.
Write a blog post about an assigned topic.
Analyze two informational websites of your choice. Who is the site’s audience? What are the site’s strengths & weaknesses? Apply concepts from our course readings in your analysis and evaluation; you must apply (and cite) concepts from Redish and at least one other text we’ve read to this point. Don’t forget to include hyperlinks to both sites and a bibliography in MLA or APA format. This should be at least 1000 words long.
Below you’ll find a link to the website analysis that I completed analyzing Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi’s website and IMDb’s website as well.
Senior Seminar Research Project:
Choose a topic that has to do with media studies and spend the semester researching that topic. Findings will be presented to a small panel of TAMU-CC faculty as well as submitted in essay format.
Attached is my final research report and the poster I used for my presentation.
Throughout the semester in my Writing for the Web course, we’ve done weekly discussions over various topics relating to this course. Below are a few examples of some of the writing that I did for this particular assignment.