This five-page packet engages and guides students toward a close reading and rhetorical analysis of a text and image. Students can select a political piece or an advertisement. The piece must exhibit someone's effort to persuade in both the text and the image. Then, using Aristotle's rhetorical appeals of ethos, pathos, logos, and kairos, students analyze the piece's ability to move the target audience. This work culminates in students writing a one-paragraph essay. Clear directions and a rubric make clear your expectations. This is a great lesson for students and very engaging!