Identify the relevant arguments and find examples of them. Classify the arguments. Classify them by position on the arguments (for, against, etc). Even within similar positions there are distinctions. Summarize the arguments. In your own words, accurately and fairly explain the thesis and main points. Provide any compelling evidence the authors use to support their arguments. Respond to the arguments. Explain which arguments you find convincing or not. Do you share the same rhetorical frame? Identify and analyze the persuasive appeals of the arguments: ethos, logos, and pathos. Identify and analyze the language, imagery, and style of the arguments. These are part of the discourses on your subject.