# Name: _________________________________________ Outline : The objective here is to write an analysis paper about a certain topic by using an infographic visual

as your support and evidence. You can use the following links as sources for looking for interesting infographics, or you can google search your own by typing something like “car infographics” into a search. Step 1: Find and choose an infographic to analyze. Give the URL name or link for the location of the infographic you found, and tell me why you chose it.

Step 2: Summarize the main point of the infographic. What is it trying to communicate? Include context with your infographic.

Step 3: List 3 percentages or rates you found interesting in the infographic and analyze the meaning and the importance of each. Try to answer the question “Why is this percentage important?” “Why should anyone care about this statistic/percentage?”

Step 4: Write two possible topic sentences for your analysis paper. It can be a statement that you are trying to back up. It can be an argument for or against something.

Step 5: Look through the information and determine if there are any words that you do not know. Write down these words or phrases, and do research on their meaning to define them below.

Step 5: On another piece of paper, start to fill in the missing pieces of the outline below. You will need to pick a topic sentence from step 4, include at least three pieces of evidence or information about your topic sentence (Step 3), and a conclusion. On another piece of paper, write or type a formal analysis paper. I will grade on grammar, format, and your percentages. Topic sentence Evidence 1/ Fact 1: Evidence 2/ Fact 2: Evidence 3/ Fact 3:

Conclusion: Hello, Mrs. Rosenboom.
I meant to email you about this earlier. I was unable to get my hands on a video camera as quickly as I thought. When I did, I had an operator error with the camera. My class and I went through a class period thinking it was recording, but it was not. As the operator of the camera, I am sad to admit it was completely and operator error. This was on Monday, and at that point, it was my last class of actual lessons. We have had exams the remaining of this week. I do have videos of lesson that I post online for my Calculus class. These are strictly just lecture videos. I do not think that is what you had in mind, but I can send you a link to those if you want. I am really sorry.Just let me know if I can do anything to remediate my error.

Thanks, Erin