The Big Picture: How the Two Halves of Class Fit Together

After we return from fall break, the assignments you complete in RHET 351 will be quite different. To help you understand how the first half of class fits with the second half, I made this image. Feel free to comment below if anything is confusing!

Image showing the assignments in the first and second halves of class

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One thought on “The Big Picture: How the Two Halves of Class Fit Together

  1. In class on October 21, I shared a brief summary of each of the authors we’ve read so far. This big-picture post seems like a good place to share those notes for later reference:
    • Thompson (all the writing students do)
    • Herrick (history of rhetoric)
    • Bitzer (rhetorical situation)
    • Shirky (the means, motive, and opportunity of sharing)
    • Gee (videogames and learning)
    • Lessig (remixing as writing)
    • Weinberger (Wikipedia and knowledge)
    • Leonard (Wikipedia gone bad)
    • Koh & Risam (Wikipedia’s biases)

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