eng480 | undergraduate
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When Worlds Collide
- Analyze how differing approaches function on audiences.
- Compare rhetorical approaches used by various disciplines or traditions in public debate.
- Analyze public debate about your chosen topic.
Locating Yourself in a Tradition
- Describe the main rhetorical approaches to your chosen topics within those disciplines (intra-disciplinary).
- Identify the main disciplines relevant to your chosen topic.
- Analyze the typical rhetoric within those disciplines.
The Rhetoric of Your Discipline
- Compare the effect of different media on audiences.
- Analyze the rhetoric and arguments of the leading texts in your intended discipline.
- Identify the leading texts in your intended discipline.
Reflecting on Your Rhetoric
- Apply rhetorical tools in the analysis of your writing.
- Analyze your writing for common strategies and patterns.
- Identify any flaws or biases in reasoning.
Applying Rhetorical Tools
- Apply rhetorical tools to make a persuasive argument about your topics.
- Examine how genre and media affect the persuasiveness of arguments.
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