McDonald Fall 2013 ENC 1143 83203 SYLLABUS - COURSE TITLE CRN SECTION NUMBER SEMESTER CLASS MEETING DAYS TIMES CLASS LOCATION INSTRUCTORS NAME EMAIL

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C OURSE T ITLE CRN S ECTION N UMBER S EMESTER C LASS M EETING D AYS & T IMES C LASS L OCATION I NSTRUCTOR S N AME E MAIL O FFICE H OURS AND L OCATION G (W) Introduction to Rhetoric and Narrative ENC 1143-82296 Fall 2013 Tuesday & Thursday 12:15-1:30 PM 51-Social Sciences Hall Room 1102 Sandra McDonald [email protected] 8-2321/Tuesday & Thursday 11:00-12:00 Course Description ENC 1143: Introduction to Rhetoric and Narrative is part of UNF’s General Education Program, which is based on a model of reflective judgment. In this model, each General Education course addresses discipline-specific versions of meta-level questions—that is, questions about questions—concerning some topic or issue. What one asks about global warming, for example, depends on what perspective one adopts. The knowledge about global warming that is available in different disciplines—biology, meteorology, economics, political science, and ethics, among others—is the result of posing and answering different kinds of questions. The General Education Program asks you to examine the differences among the kinds of questions that it is possible to ask, to pay attention to what constitutes an important and well-formed question in any particular field of study, and to understand how the way a question is formulated limits the answers it is possible to arrive at. The General Education Program at UNF, then, asks you to ask yourself, “How, when, and with what consequences do different disciplines ask different kinds of questions? Why do they ask certain questions rather than others? Are there questions that are off limits? What kind of information is necessary in order to answer the question at hand?” In sum, the General Education Program asks you to reflect on the very way you yourself formulate questions. After completing the General Education writing courses at UNF, students will 1. Demonstrate skills that prepare them to ask meta-level questions of texts and tasks that they may encounter in their disciplinary coursework but also ask these types of questions of all texts. 2. Demonstrate skills that prepare them for discipline-specific writing and research tasks. 3. Demonstrate skills that prepare them to cooperate on writing and presentations tasks that they may encounter in their coursework, careers, and community lives. Florida State Mandated Student Learning Outcomes for General Education This course works to achieve the goals outlined in the Student Outcomes for General Education . General Education goals include (i) thinking critically,(ii) solving problems, and (iii) expressing oneself. Student Learning Outcomes of ENC 1143 at UNF Following the model of reflective judgment, ENC 1143 seeks to achieve the general educational aims by introducing students to the practice of reading and writing in the academy. To this end, ENC 1143 asks students to achieve a benchmark level of success in each of four areas, and does so by asking various
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ENC 1143 Syllabus 2 questions: 1. What are concepts related to rhetoric and narrative? Specifically, what is the rhetorical
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