Part 1:
After reading “Sex, Lies, and Conversation,” practice rhetorical analysis. Remember that you are analyzing the essay, not responding to the topic. So, you aren’t giving your opinion on the issue.
Instead, you’re talking about the choices the writer made and how he/she communicates his message. What could the person be responding to? What types of evidence did he/she rely on? Were they reliable? Does he/she seem to be a credible authority?

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