Analyze Visual Arguments Using the Toulmin Model The purpose of this assessment is to evaluate the effectiveness of a visual argument using Toulmin Model. Assessment Description: Use a credible source to find a visual argument focusing on humanities. You can use keywords such as “visual arguments humanities,” “visual arguments on humanities theme,” and “visual arguments related to humanities.” Based on the visual argument you found, address the following points: Why do you think the issue you have selected is a visual argument? What is the issue? What are the special features of a visual argument that make it convincing? What is your interpretation of the claim, even if you have to infer it? What are the support and warrants? Describe the backing of the visual argument. Why you do or do not find the argument convincing? Submission Requirements: Submit your response in a Microsoft Word document with the following specifications: Font: Arial; Point 12 Spacing: Double Page length: 2 pages, excluding the APA title and Reference pages Cite the source in APA format in-text and on the Reference page. Evaluation Criteria: The Analysis assessment will be evaluated using the following criteria: Did you find a visual argument focusing on humanities? Did you explain why you think the item you have selected is a visual argument? Did you explain the issue? Did you describe the special features of a visual argument that make it convincing? Did you explain whether you found the argument convincing with help of examples? Did you provide an appropriate rationale to support your position?