rhet475 | undergraduate
Rhetoric And Social Media
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Social Media Use in Education
- Compare and contrast the different ways that schools can use social media to enhance learning in the classroom.
- Explain the value of social networking in education.
- Explain why social media should be incorporated into education at all levels.
Social Media for Your Professional Use
- Demonstrate an understanding of how to use social media in your professional work.
- Recognize how you present yourself in the various social networking sites you use.
- Explain how you can create a positive social media presence in your professional life.
- Explain the legacy of ancient rhetoric on modern rhetoric.
- Define what rhetoric is and what it is not.
- Explain the impact that rhetoric has on popular culture.
Social Media in Popular Culture
- Identify the positive ways that Twitter can be used in society.
- Explain the impact of celebrities using Twitter on popular culture and business.
- Define popular culture and explain the effect of social media on it.
- Identify the rhetorical device of signs that are evident in at least three kinds of social media.
Social Media in Corporate Communications
- Explain why incorporating social media into a corporationâs communication strategy is necessary in the 21st century.
- List the attributes of social media that make them useful to corporations and explain why they are important to the corporationâs growth.
- Compare and contrast the different social media tools available to corporations.
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