I want my students to create a visual rhetoric defining their stance. Who are they? Where do they come from? What are their beliefs? What are their interests? I assume I will have them write some sort of literacy narrative as well. I also would lihe them to analyze someone else’s rhetorical device, like magazines, or news shows, or YouTube or something? I know I want to include a cellphone clause, a hate speech clause, etc. I also want to begin the class by everyone talking about who they are through some actual objects they bring to class. I am not sure. This weekend I need to break down my syllabus. Saturday’s project. Attendance policy: you can miss twice after that your grade is affected?
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