• Attend Kathleen Adams presentation (7-8:30, UC Ballroom)
  • reading response 6
  • BW, (pp. 61-103)

Congratulations Haas 2009 Award Winners!!

Graduate Rhet/Comp, Prof Writing, Linguistics

  • 1st Philip Tanofsky Strategies to Broaden Scope of Caller.com Susan Garza
  • 2nd Garrett Wieland Comp and Roll: Nontraditional Methods for Teaching Freshman English Susan Garza

Graduate Literature

  • 1st Darcy Lewis “Little Women” Removed: The (Re)Invention of Jo March and the Female Gaze Elisabeth Mermann-Jozwiak
  • 2nd Steve Sellers The Evolution of the Madwoman: The Empire of Imagination in Haggard’s She Elisabeth Mermann-Jozwiak
  • 3rd Tammy Graham The Value of Silence: Deconstructing the Cuckoo’s Nest Elisabeth Mermann-Jozwiak

In order to process some of our reading, we will engage in a little rhetorical analysis of our own:

Public Conversations about writing, basic writers, and teaching writing

  • Find a news article or editoral about writing published within the last year
    • What kind of rhetoric?
    • What "literacy myths"?
    • What purpose?
    • How does it connect to our reading?

W8: Assessment/Mainstreaming BW

Due Mar 4

  • reading response 7
  • TDW “Assessment” “CCCC Position Statement” (390-400)
  • TDW Harley & Cannon (400-417)
  • '''Agnew & McLaughlin "These Crazy Gates and How They Swing," (p. 85-100) (Bell Library, electronic reserve)