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!!Writing Into the Day
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!!Writing Into the Day - Habits of Mind
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*How about setting up your Writing Portfolio
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*'''Read''' the assignment description for the Rhetorical Analysis Assignment. You may encounter some terms that you are unfamiliar with as you read. Don't be intimidated by this. Read on. Remember that bullet point above that says "You are capable intellectual agents who can problem-solve, ask questions, conduct research, seek help, and are the guardians/shepherds of your own grades and lives." Conduct some research by looking up on 2 words that look unfamiliar.
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*'''Look over''' the assignment description for the Rhetorical Analysis Assignment. You may encounter some terms that you are unfamiliar with as you read. Don't be intimidated by this. Read on. Remember that bullet point above that says "You are capable intellectual agents who can problem-solve, ask questions, conduct research, seek help, and are the guardians/shepherds of your own grades and lives." Conduct some research by looking up on 2 words that look unfamiliar.
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*'''Read Concept 1 - Writing is a Social and Rhetorical Activity''' in ''Naming What We Know (NWWK)''
**1.0 Writing is a Social and Rhetorical Activity
**1.1 Writing is a Knowledge-Making Activity
**1.2 Writing Addresses, Invokes, and or Creates Audiences
*'''Write''' in your Writing Portfolio. Work with the idea that "Writing is a Social and Rhetorical Activity" by considering how our course syllabus as an example. Can you build a mini-argument that our syllabus is a piece of writing that is both '''social''' and '''rhetorical''' in nature? You will turn this in in class on Monday. You should aim to write at least 250 words on this subject.
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*'''Read''' [[Rhetchap.pdf | A Chapter on Rhetorical Analysis]]
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*'''Read''' [[Attach:Rhetchap.pdf | A Chapter on Rhetorical Analysis]]
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*[[The Student Learning Outcomes for 1302]]
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*Creating a Culture of Argument
*Creating a Culture of Community
*Embracing complexity in our world and the idea of the "Wicked Problem."
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*'''Read''' the assignment description for the Rhetorical Analysis Assignment. You may encounter some terms that you are unfamiliar with as you read. Don't be intimidated by this. Read on. Remember that bullet point above that says "You are capable intellectual agents who can problem-solve, ask questions, conduct research, seek help, and are the guardians/shepherds of your own grades and lives." Conduct some research by looking up on 2 words that look unfamiliar.
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*You are capable intellectual agents who can problem-solve, ask questions, conduct research, seek help, and are the guardians/shepherds of your own grades and lives.
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*You are capable intellectual agents who can problem-solve, ask questions, conduct research, seek help, and are the guardians/shepherds of your own grades and lives. (I am just here to direct traffic and to be your advocate!)
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*Ice Cream Social for Freshman in Faculty Center, Friday, September 8th, from 12-2pm at the Department of Undergraduate Studies (DUGS)
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*Ice Cream Social for Freshman in Faculty Center, Friday, September 8th, from 12-2pm at the Department of Undergraduate Studies (DUGS). '''HEY, FOLKS THAT IS TODAY! GO GET A SCOOP!'''
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*Building ethos/credibility with your peers and faculty in Learning Community E
*Building community
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!!Announcements

*Ice Cream Social for Freshman in Faculty Center, Friday, September 8th, from 12-2pm at the Department of Undergraduate Studies (DUGS)
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*Finished Products and '''all the other writing and thinking we are doing!'''
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*'''Troublesome Knowledge''' and Moving Beyond the find the answer/fill-in-the-blank/5 paragraph essay Paradigm
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!!Writing Into the Day

!!Announcements


!!Pair and Share; Then Share with the Class!
*Working with a partner, please come up with 2 questions or comments or concerns about the syllabus?



!!Course Goals
*The Student Learning Outcomes
*Threshold Concepts
*Habits of Mind
*Key Terms and Vocabulary
*Using Research to Learn and Information Literacy
*''Naming What We Know''
*Finished Products and

!!Professor Burnett's Bespoke Goals for English 1302 in Learning Community E
*Writing Into the Day
*Creating a Culture of Argument
*Knowledge Practices and Dispositions
*You are capable intellectual agents who can problem-solve, ask questions, conduct research, seek help, and are the guardians/shepherds of your own grades and lives.
*Building ethos/credibility with me and Learning Community E
*Embracing complexity in our world and the idea of the "Wicked Problem."

!!Reading Discussion


!!Homework