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Explain that you will use the SLR method of analysis formulated by Linton, Madigan, and Johnson in their article “Introducing Students to Disciplinary Genres: The Role of the General Composition Course.” Then state a thesis at the end of the introduction that sounds something like this: By examining the Structure, Language, and Reference conventions of (name the authors\’) scholarly journal article (give the title), we can see how well (or how poorly or how fairly, depending one what you find) a scholarly journal article follows certain conventions associated with that discipline.

Some guidance for writing your rhetorical analysis of a scholarly journal article this week.

Some guidance for writing your rhetorical analysis of a scholarly journal article this week.
The thesis for the rhetorical analysis should concentrate on Structure, Language, and Reference (SLR) as the criteria that you will use to analyze a scholarly journal article. I recommend analyzing a scholarly journal article from the (medical/biological) sciences since we will be doing an annotated bibliography in the sciences soon. Use EBSCO or Pubmed.gov to find the full text of a sciences article related to your course theme and work of literature. Search using keywords associated with the theme and work of literature from the course list.

Begin by writing the body paragraphs. Write one paragraph each for Structure, Language, and Reference. Use the terminology from Chapter 5 and from the Conventions Chart I\’ve provided in the first folder in Writing Aids in Resources to help you analyze the disciplinary conventions of the article. Use examples from the article, including brief quotations, to make your points.

Once you have the three body paragraphs written, you can formulate a short introduction and conclusion that provide the context for your analysis. Address an audience of students like yourself who are interested in learning how to write in the disciplines; suggest to them that one of the best ways they can learn about the disciplines is to analyze a prime specimen from disciplinary writing: a scholarly journal article. Explain that you will use the SLR method of analysis formulated by Linton, Madigan, and Johnson in their article “Introducing Students to Disciplinary Genres: The Role of the General Composition Course.” Then state a thesis at the end of the introduction that sounds something like this: By examining the Structure, Language, and Reference conventions of (name the authors\’) scholarly journal article (give the title), we can see how well (or how poorly or how fairly, depending one what you find) a scholarly journal article follows certain conventions associated with that discipline.

Tip: Go to the FTCC Library (http://www.faytechcc.edu/campus-life/academic-support/library/) and use the EBSCO search engine to find a scholarly article (a literary analysis in the humanities related to your chosen theme’s author/work or a scholarly article in the sciences or social sciences related to your theme). You may wish to use the Literature Resource Center for the humanities article (click on Online Research under Resource Links); or you may wish to use PubMed.gov (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/) to find a health-sciences article related to your theme.

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