Rhetorical Analysis, writing homework help (minimum word count 750)

I need a rhetorical analysis that follows the guidelines 100%. 

The guidelines are provided in the files, as long with the article the Rhetorical analysis needs to be written on.

MUST FOLLOW MLA FORMAT

SIZE 11 OR 12 FONT

MIN OF 750 WORDS.

Article the rhetorical analysis should be about:

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/theory-knowledge/201402/the-college-student-mental-health-crisis

******Write a rhetorical analysis of one of
the articles listed below.  In your introduction, give the author and title
of the article and establish the argumentative conversation to which the
article-writer is contributing.  Explain
the author’s purpose and intended audience. Briefly summarize the article and
include a thesis statement that highlights one or two rhetorical features of
the argument that you find central to the effectiveness or ineffectiveness of
the argument.

 In the body
paragraphs
, discuss how the author supports his or her argumentative claims
through any of the following types
of appeals:

• Appeal based on logic. Discuss the
essay’s process of reasoning. Identify the types of evidence presented in
support of the essay’s claims, and give examples (e.g. personal experience,
facts & statistics, expert testimony, anecdotal evidence, examples from
history or current events, etc.).

• Appeal based on emotion. Discuss
how the essay appeals to readers’ emotions (needs, fears, feelings,
beliefs/values, and sympathies).

• Appeal based on author’s
character/credibility. Consider his or her word choice, selection of evidence,
presentation of credentials or personal experience, presentation of opposing
viewpoints, etc.

For the conclusion, analyze the effectiveness of the argument.

Evidence.

To develop and support your points, you
will need to include textual evidence in the form of examples and short
quotes.  Use speaker tags and signal
verbs to distinguish your ideas from those of the article writer.  Use MLA format for parenthetical citations
and for the Works Cited page.******

writing1_guidelines.docx