Copy and paste ONE image that you might use in your Visual Argument essay. Include the link to the image and also write a full MLA source citation entry below the image, just as you would write it for the essay’s Works Cited page. Then write at least 150 words explaining the argument related to the image and what claim you might make in an essay about it. Explain why you are interested in the topic. You are not required to stick to this topic; this is more like an early brainstorming session to explore possible topics and work on documentation.
Respond to at least two peers. If you see any errors or have any questions about the citation, give your peers some advice on how they could correct it or tell them what questions you have about how the citation might be incorrect. Also offer any advice you might have about the argument, especially how they could handle counterargument or ideas you have that could help them develop the essay visually or textually. NOTE: While the initial posting on this discussion has a shorter word length requirement than the other discussions, the responses to peers should be a bit longer. It should be a full paragraph (5 to 7 sentences) minimum and should be more substantial than “I like your idea” or “cool picture.”
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