Identifying a news article (http://www.seattletimes.com/pacific-nw-magazine/foreign-students-at-washington-colleges-wonder-are-they-still-welcome/), this paper asks you to engage in a critical argument analysis in a summary/strong response paper. Think broadly for this piece – did someone make an argument (in an interview, speech, piece of writing, etc.) that is intriguing to you in some way

Identifying a news article (http://www.seattletimes.com/pacific-nw-magazine/foreign-students-at-washington-colleges-wonder-are-they-still-welcome/), this paper asks you to engage in a critical argument analysis in a summary/strong response paper. Think broadly for this piece – did someone make an argument (in an interview, speech, piece of writing, etc.) that is intriguing to you in some way? Identify a text along those lines. You will then be asked to deconstruct the arguments using methods developed in class.Discuss the following:-goal/purpose of the piece-claims-evidence to support the claims-the Aristotelian appeal style used and example of those appeals-an explanation of why the appeal style, evidence, and techniques worked or did not work.This paper should cover critical issues and make arguments. Yet, they will need to be efficient. Make clear claims, write in active voice, and eliminate unnecessary filler language.