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Professor/Instructor

Semester

Focus/Description of Materials

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SYLLABI:


Liggett
2005
syllabus

Rollins
2007
syllabus (course description, policies, and an overarching description of assignments here)

Rollins
2007
schedule part 1 (you'll see individual readings, assignments and dates here)

Rollins
2007
schedule part 2 (you'll see individual readings, assignments and dates here)

Catano

syllabus

Bridwell-Bowles
2009
syllabus--early in semester. More readings to by added.

























Everyone
2008

PROPOSED SHARED OBJECTIVES (just list for now):

(1-6 below from Liggett's 2005 syllabus posted above)
1. develop effective strategies (linguistic, rhetorical, and cultural) for interpreting various kinds of discourse
2. understand writing assignments as a series of tasks, including finding, evaluating, analyzing, and synthesizing knowledge from personal experience and primary and secondary sources
3. develop critical thinking skills to draw insights and knowledge from personal experience, readings, and original research
4. write for different audiences and purposes and in different genres as tasks demand
5. hone the above skills to produce college-level writing characterized by unity, organization, and support; appropriate word choice; effective document design; and standard usage, spelling, and mechanics
6. collaborate with classmates to plan, evaluate, and complete assignments and to improve your reading and writing.

7. apply strategies from rhetorical criticism in an analysis of an artifact (e.g., text, image, film clip). LBB--part of 1 above.

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READINGS:

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Everyone
2008
Proposed Intro Readings in Rhetoric

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Proposed Intro Readings in Linguistics





Proposed Intro Readings in Rhetorical Criticism



Proposed Intro Readings in Culture



Proposed Intro to Literacy