Today in class we continued our discussion on closed form prose techniques and peer reviewed the third draft of our rhetorical analysis essays.
Week 7 Day 3
- Rhetorical Analysis – Final Draft
- 750+ words
- Submitted to Turnitin.com by 7-6 at midnight
- Must include works cited page entry for your chosen article
- In text citations are not necessary since the article and author are explicitly named within the text and only one text is used
Today in class we conducted and evaluated our historical marker presentations.
Presentation Evaluation Form
- WTI – Historical Marker Final Draft
- 300-500 words (including heading and all sections)
- 3 sections: location, text, and works cited
- Due to Turnitin.com by 7-6 at midnight
Today in class we discussed editing techniques, peer reviewed the first draft of our literacy narratives, and had our first discussion of grammar, concentrating on parts of speech and the most common uses of commas.
Week 2 Day 2 PowerPoint
- Read EW 318-339, 385-395
- Sign up for a literacy narrative conference
- Details on the class website
- Required; counts as a quiz grade
- Appointment times are available Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday
- Literacy Narrative Second Draft:
- Continue developing your Literacy Narratives and work towards your final draft. Before your conference appointment, you will turn in a 1,000+ words, typed, and double-spaced second draft of your literacy narrative to turnitin.com. It is also recommended that you bring a printed copy to the conference.
- Due by class time on Monday
- Turnitin Class ID: 10175801
- Turnitin Password: 4English
Today in class we continued our discussion of visual rhetoric strategies and began discussing document design for newspapers and magazines.
Week 8 Day 2 PowerPoint
- Publication Analysis
- See PowerPoint for prompt
- 1+ pages, typed, double spaced, MLA format
- Due 7/6
- Finish conducting Primary research
- Results due Monday 7/6