What key facts or details does the CDC share about ADHD?

1. Read the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s page on ADHD; the link is provided below. It may be helpful to print off the page and annotate the text. Then, summarize the website in 150-250 words.
Your summary should answer at least three of the questions below:
What key facts or details does the CDC share about ADHD?
In addition to the facts, what impression does the CDC create about ADHD? In other words, how does it make readers feel or what does it make readers think about ADHD?
What would motivate the CDC, which is a government institution, to post a page about ADHD?
Why, in your view, is the Web page a good or bad method for the CDC to distribute information?
How do you think the average reader would react to the CDC’s page about ADHD?

2. In the rhetorical analysis assignment, you will be expected to demonstrate an understanding that every text is created for a unique situation and audience. You will need to act on this by analyzing the decisions made by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on their website about ADHD. This includes the persuasive appeals the CDC uses.
Aristotle believed that speakers and writers used three kinds of persuasive appeals. Logos is an appeal to the audience’s powers of reason or logic. Pathos is an appeal to emotions or senses. Ethos is the personal appeal, charisma, or credibility of the speaker or writer. These three appeals are known as the rhetorical triangle because all three sides work together to make a text effective or not.
In your own words, explain the concepts of pathos, logos, and ethos and why they are important appeals to recognize in a text. Next, use the CDC’s page about ADHD to analyze the ethos, logos, and pathos in the document.
Consider the following questions in your response:
What do you think about the logic presented in the document?
What do you think about its emotional appeal
What about its appeal to authority or credibility?
Does the CDC effectively present each of the rhetorical appeals? Why or why not?

3. Review the CDC website and answer at least three of the questions below:
Who is the writer?
What is the writer’s purpose?
Who is the intended audience?
What is the broader cultural context that motivated the writing of the article?
How does the writer establish ethos?
Does the writer appeal to logos (logic)?
Does the writer appeal to pathos (emotions)?
Do you feel that the website is effective? Why or why not?

4. As the name implies, visual rhetoric means the part of communication that involves what is seen, including colors, forms, and the way what we are seeing is laid out on the page. Font type and size can also be included in visual design. The term rhetoric can sometimes cause confusion, so for clarity’s sake; here it means techniques used for the sake of persuasion.
Keeping these definitions in mind, describe an image from one of the CDC website pages on ADHD (<link is hidden> that you find to be especially powerful and persuasive. What makes it so? Identify the image’s purpose and audience. Please be sure to provide a description of your chosen image so that your classmates and instructor can also analyze your selection.

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