Persuasive Texts, english assignment help

1. In his Message to Congress “On Indian Removal,” Andrew Jackson uses words with negative connotations to refer to American Indians. Similarly, in “Samuel’s Memory,” Michael Rutledge uses words with negative connotations to refer to the people who removed Native Americans from their land. Describe the terms each author uses and explain how the negative connotations of these words contribute to the tone of each passage.Be sure to refer to each author’s specific word choice in your response and introduce your topic, develop your topic,use transitions,and provide a concluding statement (15 points).

2. Both “Witness to the Tragedy” and “Hope Survives in Search for Katrina’s Missing” provide first-person descriptions of the impact of Hurricane Katrina. (“First-person” means that a story is told using words like “I”and “me” instead of “he” or “she.”) Describe how each piece presents a first-person view of the event. Then, contrast the messages that the first-person accounts provide in each text.Be sure to use specific details from the texts in your response and to introduce your topic, develop your topic, use transitions, and provide a concluding statement.3.

In “Top of the Food Chain,” T.C.Boyle uses logos to develop a perspective. Describe Boyle’s perspective and explain how he uses logos o develop it. Be sure to use specific details from the text in your response and introduce your topic,develop your topic,use transitions,and provide a concluding statement.