Analysis of blackfish
identify the issue (the question or controversy) of the argument;
state its conclusion/claim (the opinion held by the communicator);
summarize the evidence presented and explain its strengths and weaknesses;
articulate the argument’s hidden premises and judge their correctness;
examine errors of thinking in the argument;
characterize the main appeal or appeals (pathos, ethos, logos) used by the communicator;
provide an overall evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of the argument.