All of the rhetorical analysis methods we have worked on enable you to become a good reader, to analyze texts well and not be bamboozled by persuasive methods that you do not recognize.
In the link below from the Colorado State University Writing Center, the author provides a series of questions that will enable you to analyze any text well. Note how the questions are related to the rhetorical analysis methods we have learned. Though the writer does not use the Aristotle, Toulmin or other rhetorical vocabulary, she is certainly asking you to consider these elements as you analyze texts.
Note that our course blog now has a Writing Support links menu and the Colorado State University Writing Center is listed as one of the links. This excellent source can help you with key rhetorical terms, particular kinds of assignments, and other questions you may have about writing.