The major details–the who, what, when, where of your event. An overview/summary
The major details–the who, what, when, where of your event.
An overview/summary of what went down
The rhetor’s main arguments (which should be bad!), as far as you can tell. They may be confusing to articulate (people who are poor arguers often craft confusing arguments!), but try your best.
Reflect on the artifact–so far, why do you think this argument is bad?
descriptive (explaining the content of the artifact)
analytical (analyzing the language and actions for bias/bad arguments)
argumentative (arguing why this kind of ideology/behavior enforces stereotypes and bias, and is destructive to more marginalized groups)
and research-based (using three sources to help us understand why this bias exists, either through historical context or psychological/sociological texts).