Questions, comments, concerns?

Daily run-down:

  • Let's talk about Comp, baby!!
    • "Form"ing an opinion!
      • What's the context?
      • What is the genre?
      • Who's the audience?
      • What conventions is she using?
      • What's the rhetorical situation?
    • Swift me not!
      • What's the context?
      • What is the genre?
      • So, knowing the context and genre...who is her audience? Who is she addressing?
      • What conventions is she using?
      • What's the rhetorical situation?
  • Let's connect this to History!!
    • What rhetorical device(s) has Dr. Blanke used in his lectures?
      • In other words, how does he work to persuade you into actually listening to his historical argument?
    • What impact does it have?
  • So, how can we transfer these skills to your first writing assignment?
    • What is the context (events leading up to the 14th Amendment)? <--- This will be the composition of your introductory paragraphs!!
    • What does the 14th Amendment say or do?
    • How/Why was it impactful (or significant)?
    • What evidence can you include to show its impact? <--- We'll talk about this more next week!

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Reminders:

  • Be sure to keep up with your reading!!
  • Focus on Concept 3.0 in Composition! - Identity and Ideology
  • Go by CASA if you are struggling with Math!! - Schedule of tutors!
  • On the Island
  • SI Session Schedule