Questions, comments, concerns....

Visual Rhetoric Workshop meets Context Workshop

Now that you know your Era of Context (EoC?), think about how you are going to present this info during your presentations using visual rhetoric.

  • On a sheet of paper, write out three ideas you have.
  • Exchange ideas...
    • Once you've figured out a few ways you may present your context, divide into your presentation groups. Discuss your EoC?s.
      • How do your group members plan to cultivate a rich visual dialogue?
      • What are some ways you can make your presentations cohesive?
      • Think about how your group is going to transition from one essay to another...are there any ways to utilize visuals to signify a shift?

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Reminders:

Reading Facilitations

Professor Bray will not be holding office hours this afternoon. However, she has rescheduled those hours:

  • Thursday 12:20-2:30 pm

180: Monday, April 11: Ch. 12 "The South and the Slavery Debate: Hinton Rowan Helper and George Fitzhough" - Straight Outta Corpus

181: Monday, April 11: Ch. 12 "The South and the Slavery Debate: Hinton Rowan Helper and George Fitzhough" - Status Quo

Go To SI!!

Your ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY is due Friday, April 22nd.

  • If your are not showing at the First-Year Conference (Thursday, April 28th), you will present sometime the week of April 25-29th.

Portfolio due Monday, May 2nd.

Exam 3 - History is Friday, May 6th.