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SGarza: UnderstandingVisualRhetoric

This part of the course will focus on gathering information to be used as context for understanding this area. Multiple assignments will be assigned including reading, homework and in-class activities. We will seek to define visual rhetoric, both on a general level and on a specific level, related to your discipline. You may want to think of this initially as a learning journal, an exercise where you aren't seeking to write a completely polished final report but rather you are continuing to add knowledge and build your understanding of what visual rhetoric is. So your writing for this assignment will reflect your increased understanding of visual rhetoric as we progress through the course. We will work on this assignment both in and out of class and we will continue to come back to it and add to it as we read and learn more about visual rhetoric. The readings and our class discussions will provide the information that you will use to develop your definition.

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