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Module Multimodal Project

For this assignment, you will create a multimodal argument. You can revise any argumentative assignment you’ve completed in this course or create a new one. Multimodal means that you will deliver the argument to your audience using the combination of text, images, video, or sound. Use a minimum of two modes: for example, text and images, images, and audio. Choose the best format for expressing the argument, such as websites, videos (e.g. narrated presentation), Wikis, blogs, social media, posters, or comics. Make sure to refer to strategies for creating multimodal arguments covered in the module.

In addition to creating the multimodal argument, you will need to write a reflection to answer the following questions

What is your claim?

Which rhetorical appeals did you use and why?

Why was your choice of media/modes best suited to deliver the message and influence the views of your audience?

Who was your intended audience and how did you demonstrate it through the style and word choice?

What figurative language did you use and why?

What punctuation choices did you make and why?

Cite the article using

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and place the citation reference at the end of the document.

Presentation Script
Slide 1: Introduction
My topic is the benefits of taking Covid vaccine. The vaccine was introduced in late 2021 and a
large percentage of people have so far been vaccinated. Countries have rushed to vaccinate their
people to attain herd immunity and enable people to interact and resume normalcy. Therefore,
the vaccine has enabled the world to go back to normal but there is a huge debate surrounding
the vaccine.
Slide 2: Claim of the Topic
Covid-19 vaccine faces resistance from some people. This vaccine hesitancy is attributed to
safety concerns (Alexander, Wang & Shah, 2021). These anti-vaxxers throw caution to the wind
and assume they are safer without the vaccine than when vaccinated. On the contrary, others
support covid vaccination because it is beneficial.
Slide 3: My Take
I believe covid-19 is safe and beneficial. The vaccine boosts immunity against pathogens (MS
Shnawa, 2020). It also reduces hospitalization and prevents deaths due to covid-19 disease.
Therefore, I support covid vaccination.
Slide 4: Video illustration
Here is a video illustration of the benefits of the covid vaccine. It has a message for the antivaxxers.
Slide 5: Infographic
This infographic simplifies the five major benefits of taking the covid vaccine.
Slide 6: References
•
Alexander, C. A., Wang, L., & Shah, V. (2021). Vaccine Hesitancy, Vaccine Acceptance,
and Recommendations about the COVID-19 Vaccines. Research Review.
https://doi.org/10.52845/jmrhs/2021-4-12-2
•
MS Shnawa, I. (2020). The COVID -19 vaccine race, vaccine immunity and vaccine herd
immunity. Clinical and Medical Investigations, 5(2).
https://doi.org/10.15761/cmi.1000205
Part 2
My Reflection
My claim is that covid vaccine is safe and beneficial to the body as it boosts immunity
and reduces hospitalization and deaths. I used logos and pathos rhetorical appeals to persuade the
audience. The infographic shows a patient in a hospital bed, thus raising emotions and
persuading the audience to believe the vaccine will prevent that patient from dying. That is an
example of pathos. Then the infographic shows a doctor administering a shot to boost the
patient’s immunity. That statement is logical, meaning that I used logos. Additionally, I chose a
video, an infographic, and text because their combination is effective in presentation. The video
immediately captures the audience’s attention, the infographic helps them understand complex
concepts, and the text gives factual information. My intended audience is the anti-vaxxers who
refuse to take the covid vaccine. I have demonstrated my intended audience by using a video that
warns them against being fooled by anything they see on the internet. The figurative language
used in my multimodal argument is an idiom. I have written that the anti-vaxxers throw caution
to the wind to mean that they act recklessly by failing to consider the risks of failing to vaccinate
against covid. The punctuation choices I made in my presentation include omitting full stops
because some statements are clauses and not complete sentences. I also capitalized the first
letters of the clauses and organized them in bullet form.
Presentation Script
Slide 1: Introduction
My topic is the benefits of taking Covid vaccine. The vaccine was introduced in late 2021 and a
large percentage of people have so far been vaccinated. Countries have rushed to vaccinate their
people to attain herd immunity and enable people to interact and resume normalcy. Therefore,
the vaccine has enabled the world to go back to normal but there is a huge debate surrounding
the vaccine.
Slide 2: Claim of the Topic
Covid-19 vaccine faces resistance from some people. This vaccine hesitancy is attributed to
safety concerns (Alexander, Wang & Shah, 2021). These anti-vaxxers throw caution to the wind
and assume they are safer without the vaccine than when vaccinated. On the contrary, others
support covid vaccination because it is beneficial.
Slide 3: My Take
I believe covid-19 is safe and beneficial. The vaccine boosts immunity against pathogens (MS
Shnawa, 2020). It also reduces hospitalization and prevents deaths due to covid-19 disease.
Therefore, I support covid vaccination.
Slide 4: Video illustration
Here is a video illustration of the benefits of the covid vaccine. It has a message for the antivaxxers.
Slide 5: Infographic
This infographic simplifies the five major benefits of taking the covid vaccine.
Slide 6: References
•
Alexander, C. A., Wang, L., & Shah, V. (2021). Vaccine Hesitancy, Vaccine Acceptance,
and Recommendations about the COVID-19 Vaccines. Research Review.
https://doi.org/10.52845/jmrhs/2021-4-12-2
•
MS Shnawa, I. (2020). The COVID -19 vaccine race, vaccine immunity and vaccine herd
immunity. Clinical and Medical Investigations, 5(2).
https://doi.org/10.15761/cmi.1000205
Part 2
My Reflection
My claim is that covid vaccine is safe and beneficial to the body as it boosts immunity
and reduces hospitalization and deaths. I used logos and pathos rhetorical appeals to persuade the
audience. The infographic shows a patient in a hospital bed, thus raising emotions and
persuading the audience to believe the vaccine will prevent that patient from dying. That is an
example of pathos. Then the infographic shows a doctor administering a shot to boost the
patient’s immunity. That statement is logical, meaning that I used logos. Additionally, I chose a
video, an infographic, and text because their combination is effective in presentation. The video
immediately captures the audience’s attention, the infographic helps them understand complex
concepts, and the text gives factual information. My intended audience is the anti-vaxxers who
refuse to take the covid vaccine. I have demonstrated my intended audience by using a video that
warns them against being fooled by anything they see on the internet. The figurative language
used in my multimodal argument is an idiom. I have written that the anti-vaxxers throw caution
to the wind to mean that they act recklessly by failing to consider the risks of failing to vaccinate
against covid. The punctuation choices I made in my presentation include omitting full stops
because some statements are clauses and not complete sentences. I also capitalized the first
letters of the clauses and organized them in bullet form.

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