the thread needs to be at least 300 words long and no more than 350 words long.
>The thread needs to first describe the rhetorical situation of the visual. What is its purpose? Who is its target audience? What is its context?
>Next, the thread needs to identify specific persuasive elements used in the visual and whether those elements are effective for persuading the target audience. Is there anything lacking in the visual? Could the visual’s creators have done anything more effectively? Explain by providing specific examples from the visual.
>Then, consider which model of argument the visual best supports: Classical, Toulmin, or Rogerian. For help with this, review the summary of those three models in Chapter 4 Section 2a of our course textbook, The Well- Crafted Argument. Give examples from the visual to support your answer.
>Finally, summarize whether the visual’s argument was effective or ineffective. Support your claim with evidence.
>Include complete in-text citations and bibliographic entries for any direct quotes, paraphrases, or summaries of information from the visual or any other sources you mention in your thread. Your citations need to follow the rules of your major’s documentation style (MLA, APA, or Turabian). You are required to create a visual analysis of the provided visual. Here is a link to that visual: https://www.surfrider.org/currents/p