Strong opinion about false advertisement (stereotypes, manipulative,

 OP-ED 900 words i. Lead/Hook ii. Thesis/Debatable Claim iii. Counter-Argument iv. Argument v. Conclusion/Call to action B – Organizing ♣ Have you used an appropriate and effective layout? ♣ Do you use organizational structures such as subheadings, captions, title effectively? ♣ Have you followed the conventional structure of an op-ed, including: i. Lead/Hook ii. Thesis/Debatable Claim iii. Counter-Argument iv. Argument v. Conclusion/Call to action ♣ Have you used transitions to move between and within paragraphs? ♣ Are your paragraphs of an appropriate length – typical to an op-ed? ♣ Do your body paragraphs (counter-argument and argument) follow a format that includes a topic sentence, evidence and analysis? ♣ Does your argument build in complexity? ♣ Is it within the word count? C – Producing Text ♣ Do you demonstrate a clear insight into the topic and shows a personal engagement with the issue? ♣ Is the bias apparent? ♣ Do you include at least one counter-claim and/or argument that explores a different perspectives on the issue/topic? ♣ Do you use evidence relevant to the topic and stimulate thought in the reader? ♣ Do you use a variety of rhetorical devices to persuade your reader? Eg. repetition, rule of three, listing, hyperbole, tone, ethos, pathos, logos. ♣ Have you showcased creativity in this task and thoughtfulness in the choices you have made? ♣ Do you use include all the important details of formatting and citation to make your op-ed appear authentic? D – Using Language ♣ Is your voice persuasive and authoritative whilst remaining sensitive to the complexity of the issue? ♣ Do you use an appropriate register that is formal and/or tailored towards your targeted audience, showing an awareness of the context? ♣ Do you use a variety of sentence structures for various effects? ♣ Is your word choice appropriate to your topic and following the convention of using exaggeration? ♣ Have you used non-verbal techniques (formatting, images) effectively? ♣ Does it look like an authentic opinion-editorial that is appropriate to your chosen source of news (eg. BuzzfeedNews vs Guardian)?

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