Presentation Copies of Your final Drafts –
Rhetorical Analysis and Op-Ed Projects
Provide a clean copy of your final drafts either in digital format or like this page, as an embedded PDF.
Your portfolio readers will be able to follow your process in previous drafts, including, in your Rhetorical Analysis, how you moved from an annotated copy of the article through to an edited version; same with your Op-Ed, moving from an inquiry question and exploratory essay through to a persuasive Op-Ed essay.
Your Presentation copy won’t contain any PIE notations or other marks, and will show some typographic sensitivity such as font choices, white space, and text & image integration.
- Don’t indent first sentences
- Use a serif font, such as Georgia
- Provide white space between paragraphs