Reflect on the work you’ve done this semester to prepare for both your ARP and your Symposium Presentation. Write a short reflection (200-300 words) on what you found most rewarding, challenging, fun, thought-provoking, etc. about your projects this semester. You might use the following questions to guide your thinking: What aspect of your ARP or Symposium Presentation are you most proud of? Why? Is there some aspect of how you worked on your projects this semester that you would change if you had it to do over again? Would you collect more sources? Ask your peers to read your ARP draft? Practice your Symposium Presentation more before presenting it to the class? If you had your ARP and/or Symposium Presentation to do over again, would you do anything differently? Would you choose a different topic or sources? Why or why not? Now respond to the following questions in a short reflection (150-200 words): What did you learn about rhetoric and rhetorical analysis? Have you noticed that in your everyday life you now think about how commercials, websites, videos, etc. are communicating rhetorically? In what ways do you feel you can make use of this rhetorical knowledge in your everyday life, not just professionally but personally?
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