Week

Date

Description

 

0

R 1/4

  • Introduction to course, course policies, etc.
  • Discuss rhetoric.
  • Find online examples of ethos, pathos, logos, and kairos.
 

1

T 1/10

Continue discussion of rhetorical principles.

 

R 1/11

Begin the correspondence activity.

2

T 1/16

 

R 1/18

  • Discuss careers in writing.
  • Discuss rhetorical analysis.

3

T 1/23

Begin the rhetorical analysis activity.

 

R 1/25

4

T 1/30

 

R 2/1

5

T 2/6

 

W 2/7

Rhetorical analysis project planning memo due at 12 noon.

R 2/8

  • Genre analysis activity, continued.
  • Discuss visual design.

6

T 2/13

Discuss instructions documents:

 

R 2/15

  • Continue discussing instructions documents.
  • Discuss document production.

*

Sa 2/17–2/25

Winter break—no class.

 

7

R 2/27

 

R 3/1

 

8

T 3/6

 

R 3/8

9

T 3/13

Continue the instructions project.

 

R 3/15

Introduction to the research report project.

10

T 3/20

 

R 3/22

  • Library research session.
  • For next week: read the compiled working writers reports.
  • Discuss research strategies.

F 3/23

11

T 3/27

  • Discuss the report genre.
  • Discuss research.
 

R 3/29

12

T 4/3

 

R 4/5

Sa 4/7

Research reports due to Moodle by 11:55 p.m.

13

T 4/10

 

R 4/12

  • Discuss ethics.
  • Wrapping up.

14

T 4/17

Optional revision workshop.

 

R 4/19

Optional revision workshop, 11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. in 400A Wilson Hall.

Ω

T 4/24

All projects and revisions due by 5:00 p.m.: