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ENG 206HN: The Power of Media: Culture, Perception, and Action Quick Reference Guide Professor Raftery Office: Building 33 (former College of Education), Room 224 Office Phone: 602-639-7298 Office Hours: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 10:00 to 11:00 a.m..(in Writing Center (Bldng 33) and 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. in 33-224; Tuesday/Thursday 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. in 33-224. As Program Chair of the English Department, I am often called at the last minute into meetings, so it is always best to schedule a time for us to meet. Required Course Texts: Roberts, W. Rhys, trans. (2010). Rhetoric by Aristotle . Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication. Dertouzos, Michael. (1997). What Will Be: How the New World of Information Will Change Our Lives. Harper Collins. Eisenstein, Elizabeth. (2012). The Printing Revolution in Early Modern Europe , 2nd Edition. Canto: Cambridge. ISBN: 9781107632752 Participation : Please see the announcements in the Loud Cloud classroom regarding Participation, as well as the policy regarding excused and unexcused absences. ENG-206HN: COURSE ASSIGNMENT MATRIX Assignment Name Date/Week Due Points Rhetorical Analysis Worksheet 1 1/18 40 Presentation 1: Rhetorical Analysis of Modes of Communication 1/23 and 1/25 40 Rhetorical Analysis Worksheet 2 1/28 40 Presentation 2: Rhetorical Analysis of Modes of Communication 1/30 and 2/1 40 Cause and Effect Argument Invention Paragraph In Class/TBD 10 Cause and Effect Argument First Draft 3/4 40 Mandatory In-Class Peer Review Workshop #1 3/6 30 Benchmark—Cause and Effect Argument Final Draft 3/11 200 ENG 206HN Quick Reference Guide Page 1
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Proposal Assignment Invention Paragraph In Class/TBD 10 Proposal Paper First Draft 4/8 40 Mandatory In-Class Peer Review Workshop #2 4/10 30 Benchmark—Proposal Essay Final Draft 4/16 270 Individual Proposal Poster Presentations 4/17, 4/19, 1nd 4/24 70 Discussion Forum: Initial Posts 1/9 0 Participation Weeks 1- 15 140 Total 1000 Rhetorical Analysis Worksheet 1 Assignment Description: Find an instance of communication (text, audio, video, picture, graphic, podcast, web, advertisement); you will need to provide the instructor access to the instance of communication in the form of a copy or link to it. Choose one of the three following rhetorical analysis approaches to analyze the instance of communication you chose: 1. Rhetorical Triangle 2. MAPS 3. Modernization Theory Complete the worksheet for the rhetorical analysis approach you selected. Post your completed worksheet in this drop box, and on the corresponding forum so peers can review it. You must also peer review the two submissions ahead of your own. The first two people to submit may select any two peers to review. Peer review comments should focus on the completion and accuracy of the submission being reviewed. In other words, how thorough is the work? What other insights may be useful to the submitter?
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  • Fall '16
  • Mrs. Brennan
  • English, Rhetoric, Style guide, Causality, The MLA Style Manual, QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE

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