As promised, I will be offering some extra credit surrounding the presidential debates.
Watch the 3rd presidential debate or read the transcript. Then, based on the readings from Everything's an Argument, evaluate the type and quality of one specific argument from each candidate. Also, evaluate each candidate's performance in the debate based on our argument and rhetorical studies up to this point.
Write up your evaluation and post it on the blog by Monday, October 20th. That seems like a long time, but we'll be reading the Everything's an Argument chapters this week and the debate isn't until Tuesday. The amount of extra credit will be based on the quality of your work.
Remember to cite any ideas, lines of argument, or collection of evidence that you cull from the media evaluations of the debates. Use the MLA at OWL and Easybib links to the right in order to format your citations (you all did research note cards last year so this shouldn't be new).