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- Course Evaluation
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- [[https://goo.gl/forms/Ie8oJRwYJ5KTjSb23 | Course Evaluation]]
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Revision [28550]

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- [[https://goo.gl/forms/Ie8oJRwYJ5KTjSb23 | Course Evaluation]]
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Revision [28528]

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- Final draft of WhatMakesAMemeRhetoricallySuccessfulPaper due, end of the day, Dec 5
Deletions:
- Final draft of WhatMakesAMemeRhetoricallySuccessfulPaper due, end of the day, Dec 5.
- No meeting for a final. Final will be final version of your work with the WhatMakesAMemeRhetoricallySuccessfulPaper


Revision [28527]

Edited on 2017-12-05 06:24:31 by MorganAdmin
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- Last class meeting: The Value and Future of Memes
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- Last class meeting


Revision [28525]

Edited on 2017-12-05 06:23:13 by MorganAdmin
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==== Nov 14 ====
- Review of work with CollectingMemesExercise, part 2
- Memes as persuasion
- Assign the Meme Project: WhatMakesAMemeRhetoricallySuccessfulPaper
- First review due 28 Nov, class time.
==== Nov 21: Thanksgiving Break ====
- No class meeting
==== Nov 28 ====
- First review of work with the WhatMakesAMemeRhetoricallySuccessfulPaper, due 28 Nov, class time.


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WhatMakesAMemeRhetoricallySuccessfulPaper


Revision [28159]

Edited on 2017-11-14 10:21:38 by MorganAdmin
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>>{{image url="http://i0.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/585/812/fba.jpg" width="376px"}}
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>>{{image url="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/cd/Dawkins-Memes.jpg" width="376px"}}
Not a //meme// but an //image macro// that became memetic. Look it up.


Revision [28152]

Edited on 2017-11-14 09:46:40 by MorganAdmin
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==== Week of Nov 7 - 14 ====
=== Class meets Nov 7 ===
You'll continue to collect observations on the memes you've gathered, extending those observations to specifically //memetic characteristics//. These notes are going towards your work on a //meme project//. I'll assign the project next Tuesday, 14 Nov.
- You should have added three more derivatives to your collection. Pay close attention to making notes concerning //stance//. Start comparing how the stance changes from derivative to derivative. That's where some interesting rhetorical differences lay.
- Read Shifman, chaps 5-7. Start a new page: MemesChaps5to7 - followed by your initials
In- class
- We'll review chap 5- 7: Memes are not virals. Memes as cultural practice. Memes require literacy.
- Start CollectingMemesExercise, part 2 in class. The focus this week is on those elements that make memes spreadable. Developing notes on //memetic characteristics//: kind of variation, features that spur memetic development, genre.
- In-class one to one meetings on work with the exercise
- Work on CollectingMemesExercise, part 2, finished by class time, Tuesday, 14 Nov
=== also for Nov 14 ===
- Read Shifman, chaps 8 - 10. Start a page named MemesChaps8to10. Notes on Shifman.
- Due class time 14 Nov.


Revision [28151]

Edited on 2017-11-14 09:45:54 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- Read Shifman, chaps 8 - 10. Start a page named MemesChaps8to10. Notes on Shifman.
- Assign the Meme Project: WhatMakesAMemeRhetoricallySuccessfulPaper
- First review due 28 Nov, class time.
- First review of work with the WhatMakesAMemeRhetoricallySuccessfulPaper, due 28 Nov, class time.
- Final draft of WhatMakesAMemeRhetoricallySuccessfulPaper due, end of the day, Dec 5.
- Last class meeting
- No meeting for a final. Final will be final version of your work with the WhatMakesAMemeRhetoricallySuccessfulPaper
Deletions:
- Read Shifman, chaps 8 - 10. Start a page named MemesChaps8to10. Notes on Shifman.
- Assign the Meme Project. First review due 28 Nov, class time.
- First review of work with the Meme Project, due 28 Nov, class time.
- Last class meetig
- No meeting for a final. Final will be final version of your work with the Meme Project


Revision [27970]

Edited on 2017-11-07 09:26:38 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- No class meeting
Deletions:
- No class


Revision [27969]

Edited on 2017-11-07 09:26:24 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- First review of work with the Meme Project, due 28 Nov, class time.
Deletions:
- First review due 28 Nov, class time.


Revision [27968]

Edited on 2017-11-07 09:25:44 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- Read Shifman, chaps 5-7. Start a new page: MemesChaps5to7 - followed by your initials
In- class
- We'll review chap 5- 7: Memes are not virals. Memes as cultural practice. Memes require literacy.
- Work on CollectingMemesExercise, part 2, finished by class time, Tuesday, 14 Nov
==== Nov 14 ====
- Review of work with CollectingMemesExercise, part 2
- Memes as persuasion
- Assign the Meme Project. First review due 28 Nov, class time.
==== Nov 21: Thanksgiving Break ====
- No class
==== Nov 28 ====
- First review due 28 Nov, class time.
==== Dec 5 ====
- Last class meetig
- No meeting for a final. Final will be final version of your work with the Meme Project
Deletions:
- Review Shifman, chaps 5-7. Start a new page: MemesChaps5to7 - followed by your initials
- Work on collectingMemesExercise, part 2, finished by class time, Tuesday, 14 Nov


Revision [27965]

Edited on 2017-11-07 07:40:57 by MorganAdmin
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=== also for Nov 14 ===
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=== als0 for Nov 14 ===


Revision [27964]

Edited on 2017-11-07 07:40:38 by MorganAdmin
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=== als0 for Nov 14 ===
- Read Shifman, chaps 8 - 10. Start a page named MemesChaps8to10. Notes on Shifman.
- Due class time 14 Nov.


Revision [27962]

Edited on 2017-11-07 06:54:04 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- CollectingMemesJET
- CollectingMemesCCB


Revision [27961]

Edited on 2017-11-07 06:43:14 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
You'll continue to collect observations on the memes you've gathered, extending those observations to specifically //memetic characteristics//. These notes are going towards your work on a //meme project//. I'll assign the project next Tuesday, 14 Nov.
Deletions:
You'll continue to collect observations on the memes you've gathered, extending those observations to specifically //memetic characteristics//. These notes are going towards your work on a //meme project//. I'll assign the project next Tuesday.


Revision [27960]

Edited on 2017-11-07 06:42:28 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- Work on collectingMemesExercise, part 2, finished by class time, Tuesday, 14 Nov


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Edited on 2017-11-07 06:40:16 by MorganAdmin

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Edited on 2017-11-07 06:38:47 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- Start CollectingMemesExercise, part 2 in class. The focus this week is on those elements that make memes spreadable. Developing notes on //memetic characteristics//: kind of variation, features that spur memetic development, genre.
- You should have added three more derivatives to your collection. Pay close attention to making notes concerning //stance//. Start comparing how the stance changes from derivative to derivative. That's where some interesting rhetorical differences lay.
Deletions:
- Start exercise in class: Developing notes on //memetic characteristics//: kind of variation, features that spur memetic development, genre.
- You should have added or three more derivatives to your collection. Pay close attention to making notes concerning //stance//. Start comparing how the stance changes from derivative to derivative. That's where some interesting rhetorical differences lay.


Revision [27952]

Edited on 2017-11-07 06:20:46 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
You'll continue to collect observations on the memes you've gathered, extending those observations to specifically //memetic characteristics//. These notes are going towards your work on a //meme project//. I'll assign the project next Tuesday.
- Review Shifman, chaps 5-7. Start a new page: MemesChaps5to7 - followed by your initials
- Start exercise in class: Developing notes on //memetic characteristics//: kind of variation, features that spur memetic development, genre.
Deletions:
- Review work on notes on Shifman, chaps 5-7. Start a new page: MemesChaps5to7
- In-class exercise: Developing notes on memetic characteristics - especially on //stance//.


Revision [27951]

Edited on 2017-11-07 06:11:48 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- AnIntroductionToMemes
- CollectingMemesExercise, parts 1 and 2
Deletions:
- AnIntroductionToMemes
- CollectingMemesExercise


Revision [27943]

Edited on 2017-11-04 07:52:54 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
CarliManjorin | ChristineBelgarde | DestinySherman | FrankLaRoque | HannahCook | JeannaToninato | LoriOlivier | RebeccaCarvell | [[tkristine | TatumFjelstad]] |WayneSchmeling | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
CarliManjorin | ChristineBelgarde | DestinySherman | FrankLaRoque | HannahCook | JeannaToninato | LoriOlivier | MarenaCloud | RebeccaCarvell | [[tkristine | TatumFjelstad]] |WayneSchmeling | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


Revision [27942]

Edited on 2017-11-04 07:35:10 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- Review work on notes on Shifman, chaps 5-7. Start a new page: MemesChaps5to7


Revision [27940]

Edited on 2017-11-04 07:28:45 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- In-class exercise: Developing notes on memetic characteristics - especially on //stance//.
- You should have added or three more derivatives to your collection. Pay close attention to making notes concerning //stance//. Start comparing how the stance changes from derivative to derivative. That's where some interesting rhetorical differences lay.
- In-class one to one meetings on work with the exercise
Deletions:
==== For Tues 31 Oct ====
=== Class meeting of 31 Oct cancelled ===
TWO things to work on for 31 Oct
- 1. Read and compile notes on Shifman, chaps 5-7. Start a new page: MemesChaps5to7
- 2. Review your work with CollectingMemesExercise. Add two or three more derivatives to your collection. Pay close attention to making notes concerning //stance//. Start comparing how the stance changes from derivative to derivative. That's where some interesting rhetorical differences lay.
- ++In-class exercise: Developing notes on memetic characteristics ++ Exercise moved to Nov 7.
- In-class exercise: Developing notes on memetic characteristics
==== Week of 24 - 31 Oct ====
In class, we’ll review work with CollectingMemesExercise. Online students: I’ll post comments to your work ++late Ties or Weds++ Friday and Saturday.
- CollectingMemesExercise


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Edited on 2017-10-31 07:13:10 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
=== Class meeting of 31 Oct cancelled ===
- ++In-class exercise: Developing notes on memetic characteristics ++ Exercise moved to Nov 7.
=== Class meets Nov 7 ===
Deletions:
- Exercise TBA
- No class meeting Nov 7


Revision [27717]

Edited on 2017-10-27 08:45:43 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
==== For Tues 31 Oct ====
In class, we’ll review work with CollectingMemesExercise. Online students: I’ll post comments to your work ++late Ties or Weds++ Friday and Saturday.
== Notes==
- [[http://erhetoric.org/memes/doku.php?id=characteristics_of_memes | Characteristics of Memes]]
- ShifmansMemeticDimensions
Deletions:
In class, we’ll review work with CollectingMemesExercise. Online students: I’ll post comments to your work late Ties or Weds.
== Review notes==
[[http://erhetoric.org/memes/doku.php?id=characteristics_of_memes | Characteristics of Memes]]
ShifmansMemeticDimensions
For Tues 31 Oct


Revision [27716]

Edited on 2017-10-27 08:43:21 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
TWO things to work on for 31 Oct
- 1. Read and compile notes on Shifman, chaps 5-7. Start a new page: MemesChaps5to7
- 2. Review your work with CollectingMemesExercise. Add two or three more derivatives to your collection. Pay close attention to making notes concerning //stance//. Start comparing how the stance changes from derivative to derivative. That's where some interesting rhetorical differences lay.
Deletions:
- Read and compile notes on Shifman, chaps 5-7. Start a new page: MemesChaps5to7


Revision [27659]

Edited on 2017-10-24 10:31:36 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- No class meeting Nov 7
Deletions:
- No class meeting Nov 6


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Edited on 2017-10-24 10:29:50 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- Read and compile notes on Shifman, chaps 5-7. Start a new page: MemesChaps5to7
- In-class exercise: Developing notes on memetic characteristics
Deletions:
- Read and compile notes on Shifman, chaps 5-7. Start a new page: MemesChaps5to7
- In-class exercise: Developing notes on memetic characteristics
-


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Edited on 2017-10-24 10:29:24 by MorganAdmin
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==== Week of 24 - 31 Oct ====
For Tues 31 Oct
==== Week of Nov 7 - 14 ====
Deletions:
==== Week of 23 - 30 Oct ====
For Tues 30 Oct
==== Week of Nov 6 - ====


Revision [27652]

Edited on 2017-10-24 10:28:22 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- Read and compile notes on Shifman, chaps 5-7. Start a new page: MemesChaps5to7
Deletions:
- Read and compile notes on Shifmna, chaps 5-7.


Revision [27617]

Edited on 2017-10-24 06:50:56 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
[[http://erhetoric.org/memes/doku.php?id=characteristics_of_memes | Characteristics of Memes]]
ShifmansMemeticDimensions
Deletions:
[[http://erhetoric.org/memes/doku.php?id=characteristics_of_memes | Characteristics of Memes]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/memes/doku.php?id=charting_the_memetic_dimensions | Charting Memetic Dimensions]]


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Edited on 2017-10-24 06:47:29 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
[[http://erhetoric.org/memes/doku.php?id=charting_the_memetic_dimensions | Charting Memetic Dimensions]]
Shifman defines memes and details the shared characteristics - memetic dimensions - she sees operating in them. Then presents an example of how to roughly analyze how those shared characteristics are spread by imitation. Her terms of analysis
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Shifman defines memes and details the shared characteristics she sees operating in them. Then presents an example of how to roughly analyze how those shared characteristics are spread by imitation. Her terms of analysis


Revision [27615]

Edited on 2017-10-24 06:42:32 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
[[http://erhetoric.org/memes/doku.php?id=characteristics_of_memes | Characteristics of Memes]]


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Edited on 2017-10-24 06:40:12 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- Read and compile notes on Shifmna, chaps 5-7.
- In-class exercise: Developing notes on memetic characteristics
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==== Week of Nov 6 - ====
- Exercise TBA
- No class meeting Nov 6
Deletions:
- tba


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Edited on 2017-10-24 06:30:25 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
== Review notes==
A meme is not a single artifact but a group of artifacts with shared characteristics of imitation. We are interested in memes as rhetorical artifacts, created in response to a common, shared rhetorical situation that is capped by the meme. p 39
Shifman defines memes and details the shared characteristics she sees operating in them. Then presents an example of how to roughly analyze how those shared characteristics are spread by imitation. Her terms of analysis
- participation structures
- keying
- communicative function
Deletions:
Review notes
A meme is not a single artifact but a group of artifacts with shared characteristics of imitation
- participation structures
- keying
- communicative function


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Edited on 2017-10-24 06:26:33 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Review notes
A meme is not a single artifact but a group of artifacts with shared characteristics of imitation
- content
- form
- stance
- participation structures
- keying
- communicative function


Revision [27611]

Edited on 2017-10-24 06:17:16 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
==== Week of 23 - 30 Oct ====
In class, we’ll review work with CollectingMemesExercise. Online students: I’ll post comments to your work late Ties or Weds.
For Tues 30 Oct
- tba
Deletions:
==== Week of 10 - 17 Oct ====
=== for Tue 17 Oct ===
- The last exercise wrapped up our first work with argument. We'll move now from the argument of presentational enthymemes to //memes// as a way that argument spreads. For Tuesday: the reading and request for notes in **AnIntroductionToMemes**. Get an early start: This could take 3 - 4 hours.
In class
- Memes. I'll post my notes after class on Tues or early Wednesday.
- MemeKellyanneConwayOnCouch
- [[http://erhetoric.org/memes/doku.php?id=evilkermit | Evil Kermit meme]]
for Tue 24 Oct


Revision [27609]

Edited on 2017-10-24 06:11:57 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- AnIntroductionToMemes
- CollectingMemesExercise


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Edited on 2017-10-17 09:45:49 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- MemeKellyanneConwayOnCouch
- [[http://erhetoric.org/memes/doku.php?id=evilkermit | Evil Kermit meme]]


Revision [27199]

Edited on 2017-10-17 08:17:13 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- Memes. I'll post my notes after class on Tues or early Wednesday.
Deletions:
- Memes


Revision [27194]

Edited on 2017-10-17 08:06:09 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
In class
- Memes
for Tue 24 Oct
- CollectingMemesExercise
Deletions:
This weekend, I'll post comments on your notes and work with the exercises on presentational enthymemes.
=== Weds 11 Oct ===
- Do Part 2 of PresentationalEnthymemesOnTheBSUHomePage - considering validity and strength. I've added notes the instructions and notes from our class meeting yesterday to the page.
- Due Thu 12 Oct, midnight


Revision [26976]

Edited on 2017-10-14 08:12:12 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
CarliManjorin | ChristineBelgarde | DestinySherman | FrankLaRoque | HannahCook | JeannaToninato | LoriOlivier | MarenaCloud | RebeccaCarvell | [[tkristine | TatumFjelstad]] |WayneSchmeling | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
CarliManjorin | ChristineBelgarde | DestinySherman | FrankLaRoque | HannahCook | JeannaToninato | LoriOlivier | MarenaCloud | RebeccaCarvell | [[Stacey Kaslon | StaceyKaslon]] | [[tkristine | TatumFjelstad]] |WayneSchmeling | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


Revision [26971]

Edited on 2017-10-13 07:55:38 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
>>{{image url="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/cd/Dawkins-Memes.jpg" width="376px"}}
Not a //meme// but an //image macro// that became memetic. Look it up.
Deletions:
>>{{image url="" width="376px"}}


Revision [26970]

Edited on 2017-10-13 07:48:04 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
>>{{image url="" width="376px"}}
Deletions:
>>{{image url="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/Grad%20School%20Prep%20flyer.png" width="376px"}}
GPS2 Flyer, 20 Sep 2017. **Presentational enthymeme**. An example in shared values, again. Capped using the metaphor of a GPS. //Logos// at work in the divided arrow; the ethical argument is capped by the silhouette of the corporate tie.
Consideration of this poster //as a presentational enthymeme// will address the use of the superscript 2 in the title (ethos); the dotted wandering lines with arrows; the tension between the split arrow leading up and over, while the list reads down and to a definite ending point; the HUGE map-marker icons indicating workshop times; the non-parallel wording of the workshop topics.


Revision [26968]

Edited on 2017-10-13 07:31:35 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- The last exercise wrapped up our first work with argument. We'll move now from the argument of presentational enthymemes to //memes// as a way that argument spreads. For Tuesday: the reading and request for notes in **AnIntroductionToMemes**. Get an early start: This could take 3 - 4 hours.
Deletions:
- The last exercise wrapped up our first work with argument. We'll move now from the argument of presentational enthymemes to //memes// as a way that argument spreads. For Tuesday sart with the reading and notes in **AnIntroductionToMemes**. Get an early start: This could take 3 - 4 hours.


Revision [26967]

Edited on 2017-10-13 07:30:53 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- PresentationalEnthymemesOnTheBSUHomePage - parts 1 and 2
- The last exercise wrapped up our first work with argument. We'll move now from the argument of presentational enthymemes to //memes// as a way that argument spreads. For Tuesday sart with the reading and notes in **AnIntroductionToMemes**. Get an early start: This could take 3 - 4 hours.
This weekend, I'll post comments on your notes and work with the exercises on presentational enthymemes.
Deletions:
- TBA on Friday. Reading and request for notes
AnIntroductionToMemes


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Edited on 2017-10-13 07:19:40 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
AnIntroductionToMemes


Revision [26905]

Edited on 2017-10-11 08:37:16 by MorganAdmin
Deletions:
==== Week of 2 Oct - 10 Oct ====
for Tuesday 10 Oct, class time
- Exercise: PresentationalEnthymemesOnTheBSUHomePage - Part 1
- We'll start work with part 2 of the exercise in class on Tuesday: Validity, Strength, and Fallacies. Longaker pp 62ff


Revision [26904]

Edited on 2017-10-11 08:36:33 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
=== Weds 11 Oct ===
- Do Part 2 of PresentationalEnthymemesOnTheBSUHomePage - considering validity and strength. I've added notes the instructions and notes from our class meeting yesterday to the page.
- Due Thu 12 Oct, midnight
=== for Tue 17 Oct ===
- TBA on Friday. Reading and request for notes
Deletions:
On Weds
- I'll post instructions and notes on working with PresentationalEnthymemesOnTheBSUHomePage - Part 2.
- Due Thu, midnight
- I'll post reading and request for notes on the wiki for next Tue 17 Oct.


Revision [26833]

Edited on 2017-10-10 09:46:54 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- We'll start work with part 2 of the exercise in class on Tuesday: Validity, Strength, and Fallacies. Longaker pp 62ff
Deletions:
- We'll start work with part 2 of the exercise in class on Tuesday: Validity and Fallacies


Revision [26832]

Edited on 2017-10-10 09:43:20 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- I'll post instructions and notes on working with PresentationalEnthymemesOnTheBSUHomePage - Part 2.
- Due Thu, midnight
- I'll post reading and request for notes on the wiki for next Tue 17 Oct.
Deletions:
- I'll post notes on working with Part 2. Due Thu, midnigt
- I'll post reading and request for notes on the wiki for next Tue


Revision [26829]

Edited on 2017-10-10 09:26:59 by MorganAdmin
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==== Week of 10 - 17 Oct ====
On Weds
- I'll post notes on working with Part 2. Due Thu, midnigt
- I'll post reading and request for notes on the wiki for next Tue


Revision [26679]

Edited on 2017-10-05 08:15:34 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
==== Week of 2 Oct - 10 Oct ====
Deletions:
==== Week of 2 Oct - 10 Oct ===


Revision [26678]

Edited on 2017-10-05 08:15:13 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
==== Week of 2 Oct - 10 Oct ===
for Tuesday 10 Oct, class time
- Exercise: PresentationalEnthymemesOnTheBSUHomePage - Part 1
- We'll start work with part 2 of the exercise in class on Tuesday: Validity and Fallacies
Deletions:
On Fri 6 Oct
- On Thursday, I'll post an extended exercise, due Tuesday 10 Oct, class time, in Analyzing A Presentational Enthymeme.
for Tuesday 10 Oct
- exercise
- refer to pp 54-70: Enthymeme and Presentational Enthymemes, Fallacies
- refer to the material I handed out on Tues: ATheoryOfPresentationalEnthymemes
- You might also want to review your work with IntroToPresentationalEnthymemes


Revision [26671]

Edited on 2017-10-05 07:28:41 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- On Thursday, I'll post an extended exercise, due Tuesday 10 Oct, class time, in Analyzing A Presentational Enthymeme.
Deletions:
- On Thursday, I'll post an extended exercise, due Tuesday 10 Oct, class time, in AnalyzingAPresentationalEnthymeme.


Revision [26669]

Edited on 2017-10-05 07:26:17 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- On Thursday, I'll post an extended exercise, due Tuesday 10 Oct, class time, in AnalyzingAPresentationalEnthymeme.
Deletions:
- On Thursday, I'll post an extended exercise, due Tuesday 10 Oct, class time, in Analyzing a Presentational Enthymeme.


Revision [26667]

Edited on 2017-10-05 07:25:23 by MorganAdmin
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==== Week of 3 Oct ====
- **for 3 Oct:, class time: Review pp 54-70:** Enthymeme and Presentational Enthymemes, Fallacies, Epicheiremes.
- Both online and face to face students: **Three little exercises**: Do these in the appropriate places in your NotesChap3: IntroToPresentationalEnthymemes. The idea is to try things out - no matter how unsure you are - so we can talk about what presentational enthymemes are and how they work in class and revise what you're working on.
In-class 3 Oct
- Review of your work with AnalyzingPisteisOnThreeWebPagesExercise
- Discussion on enthymemes and //presentational enthymemes//. from IntroToPresentationalEnthymemes


Revision [26666]

Edited on 2017-10-05 07:24:59 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- IntroToPresentationalEnthymemes
for Tuesday 10 Oct
- exercise
- refer to pp 54-70: Enthymeme and Presentational Enthymemes, Fallacies
- refer to the material I handed out on Tues: ATheoryOfPresentationalEnthymemes
- You might also want to review your work with IntroToPresentationalEnthymemes


Revision [26640]

Edited on 2017-10-03 10:27:19 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- On Thursday, I'll post an extended exercise, due Tuesday 10 Oct, class time, in Analyzing a Presentational Enthymeme.
Deletions:
- On Friday, I'll post an extended exercise, due Tuesday 10 Oct, class time, in Analyzing a Presentational Enthymeme.


Revision [26636]

Edited on 2017-10-03 07:29:41 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- On Friday, I'll post an extended exercise, due Tuesday 10 Oct, class time, in Analyzing a Presentational Enthymeme.
Deletions:
- I'll post an extended exercise due Tuesday 10 Oct, class time, in Analyzing a Presentational Enthymeme


Revision [26634]

Edited on 2017-10-03 07:27:14 by MorganAdmin
Deletions:
==== Week of 26 Sep ====
- Class meeting cancelled. Prof Morgan ill
- I'll be reviewing you work with AnalyzingPisteisOnThreeWebPagesExercise between Fri and Sunday.


Revision [26629]

Edited on 2017-10-03 07:02:09 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
GPS2 Flyer, 20 Sep 2017. **Presentational enthymeme**. An example in shared values, again. Capped using the metaphor of a GPS. //Logos// at work in the divided arrow; the ethical argument is capped by the silhouette of the corporate tie.
Consideration of this poster //as a presentational enthymeme// will address the use of the superscript 2 in the title (ethos); the dotted wandering lines with arrows; the tension between the split arrow leading up and over, while the list reads down and to a definite ending point; the HUGE map-marker icons indicating workshop times; the non-parallel wording of the workshop topics.
Deletions:
GPS2 Flyer, 20 Sep 2017. **Presentational enthymeme**. An example in shared values, again. Framed using the metaphor of a GPS. //Logos// at work in the divided arrow; the ethical argument is capped by the silhouette of the corporate tie. I'm not sure what to make of the superscript 2 in the title (ethos); the dotted wandering lines with arrows; the tension between the split arrow leading up and over, while the list reads down and to a definite ending point; the HUGE map-marker icons indicating workshop times; the non-parallel wording of the workshop topics.


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Additions:
- Review of your work with AnalyzingPisteisOnThreeWebPagesExercise
- Discussion on enthymemes and //presentational enthymemes//. from IntroToPresentationalEnthymemes
- ATheoryOfPresentationalEnthymemes
On Fri 6 Oct
- I'll post an extended exercise due Tuesday 10 Oct, class time, in Analyzing a Presentational Enthymeme
Deletions:
- Review of your work with pisteis
- Discussion on enthymemes and //presentational enthymemes// centered on //central terms//.
- Intro to presentational enthymeme project


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Additions:
- Some notes on PresentationalEnthymemesOnGoogle
- I'll be reviewing you work with AnalyzingPisteisOnThreeWebPagesExercise between Fri and Sunday.
- **for 3 Oct:, class time: Review pp 54-70:** Enthymeme and Presentational Enthymemes, Fallacies, Epicheiremes.
- Both online and face to face students: **Three little exercises**: Do these in the appropriate places in your NotesChap3: IntroToPresentationalEnthymemes. The idea is to try things out - no matter how unsure you are - so we can talk about what presentational enthymemes are and how they work in class and revise what you're working on.
In-class 3 Oct
- Discussion on enthymemes and //presentational enthymemes// centered on //central terms//.
- Intro to presentational enthymeme project
Deletions:
- PresentationalEnthymemesOnGoogle
- for 3 Oct: review pp 54-70: Enthymeme and Presentational Enthymemes, Fallacies, Epicheiremes.
- IntroToPresentationalEnthymemes
- **for 3 Oct: review pp 54-70:** Enthymeme and Presentational Enthymemes, Fallacies, Epicheiremes.
- **Three little exercises**: Do these in the appropriate places in your NotesOnChap3: IntroToPresentationalEnthymemes
In-class
- Discussion on enthymemes and //presentational enthymemes//
==== Week of 19 Sep ====


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Additions:
- **for 3 Oct: review pp 54-70:** Enthymeme and Presentational Enthymemes, Fallacies, Epicheiremes.
- **Three little exercises**: Do these in the appropriate places in your NotesOnChap3: IntroToPresentationalEnthymemes
In-class


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- IntroToPresentationalEnthymemes
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- Return to your notes on chapter 3 and //develop your notes on on Enthymeme and Presentational Enthymemes//: Paraphrase Longaker's explanations, add your own invented examples or examples you encounter in media or elsewhere; try your hand at analyzing the presentational argument in the GPS2 Flyer on this page, or
- {{image url="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSUonGoogle28Sep2017.png"}}


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Additions:
- types of discourse that can be used to address the situation
- for 3 Oct: review pp 54-70: Enthymeme and Presentational Enthymemes, Fallacies, Epicheiremes.
- Return to your notes on chapter 3 and //develop your notes on on Enthymeme and Presentational Enthymemes//: Paraphrase Longaker's explanations, add your own invented examples or examples you encounter in media or elsewhere; try your hand at analyzing the presentational argument in the GPS2 Flyer on this page, or
- {{image url="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSUonGoogle28Sep2017.png"}}
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- types of discourse that can be used to address the situatin
- Exercise for 3 Oct is pending


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Additions:
- Review of your work with pisteis
- Discussion on enthymemes and //presentational enthymemes//
Deletions:
- Presentational Enthymemes


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GPS2 Flyer, 20 Sep 2017. **Presentational enthymeme**. An example in shared values, again. Framed using the metaphor of a GPS. //Logos// at work in the divided arrow; the ethical argument is capped by the silhouette of the corporate tie. I'm not sure what to make of the superscript 2 in the title (ethos); the dotted wandering lines with arrows; the tension between the split arrow leading up and over, while the list reads down and to a definite ending point; the HUGE map-marker icons indicating workshop times; the non-parallel wording of the workshop topics.
Deletions:
GPS2 Flyer, 20 Sep 2017. **Presentational enthymeme**. An example in shared values, again. Frames using the metaphor of a GPS. Consider the //logos// at work in the divided arrow; and the ethical argument capped by the silhouette of the corporate tie. I'm not sure what to make of the superscript 2; the dotted wandering lines with arrows; the tension between the split arrow leading up and over, while the list reads down and to a definite ending point; the HUGE map-marker icons indicating workshop times; the non-parallel wording of the workshop topics.


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==== Week of 26 Sep ====
- Class meeting cancelled. Prof Morgan ill
- Exercise for 3 Oct is pending
==== Week of 3 Oct ====
- Presentational Enthymemes


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GPS2 Flyer, 20 Sep 2017. **Presentational enthymeme**. An example in shared values, again. Frames using the metaphor of a GPS. Consider the //logos// at work in the divided arrow; and the ethical argument capped by the silhouette of the corporate tie. I'm not sure what to make of the superscript 2; the dotted wandering lines with arrows; the tension between the split arrow leading up and over, while the list reads down and to a definite ending point; the HUGE map-marker icons indicating workshop times; the non-parallel wording of the workshop topics.
Deletions:
GPS2 Flyer, 20 Sep 2017. Presentational enthymeme. An example in shared values, again. Consider the //logos// at work in the divided arrow, and the ethical argument capped by the silhouette of the corporate tie. Not sure what to make of the superscript 2, the dotted wandering lines with arrows; the tension between the split arrow leading up and over, while the list reads down and to a definite ending point; the map-marker icons indicating workshop times; the non-parallel wording of the workshop topics.


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>>{{image url="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/Grad%20School%20Prep%20flyer.png" width="376px"}}
GPS2 Flyer, 20 Sep 2017. Presentational enthymeme. An example in shared values, again. Consider the //logos// at work in the divided arrow, and the ethical argument capped by the silhouette of the corporate tie. Not sure what to make of the superscript 2, the dotted wandering lines with arrows; the tension between the split arrow leading up and over, while the list reads down and to a definite ending point; the map-marker icons indicating workshop times; the non-parallel wording of the workshop topics.
Deletions:
>>{{image url="https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4377/37155270092_72568e7e5a_k.jpg" width="376px"}}
Student Employment Fair Flyer. An example in shared values: Design and language


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>>{{image url="https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4377/37155270092_72568e7e5a_k.jpg" width="376px"}}
Student Employment Fair Flyer. An example in shared values: Design and language
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>>{{image url="" width="376px"}}
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Additions:
- Exercise: AnalyzingPisteisOnThreeWebPagesExercise
- Exercise: AnalyzingPisteisOnThreeWebPagesExercise
Deletions:
In case you need it
- [[http://mcmorgan.clarify-it.com/d/dkyv7d | Getting Started on the Wiki Tutorial]]
- More reference and advice on using the wiki on [[GettingStarted | this page]]
- Two examples of the level of detail and engagement: WhatMakesThisRhetoricalWAS or WhatMakesThisRhetoricalJET
- Exercise


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==== Week of 19 Sep ====
- NotesOnAnnotatingPisteisOfWebPages
- Exercise
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=== Week of 12 Sep ===
- In class Tues: ObservingTheRhetoricalSituationOfATweet
- OverviewOfRhetoricalMessages.
**for Tue 19 Sep, 6:00 am**
- Read Chap 3: Argumentation pp 44-80.
- ++ On-line students: There will be an exercise due Tue 19 Sep, 6:00 am. I'll post it to you on Weds or Friday.++
- ** update 16 Sep 2017 ** On-line students: I've set aside the exercise for this week. On Tuesday or Wednesday, I'll post an online version of the exercise we're doing in class for this week.
- Come prepared to observe and take notes on how a web page makes an argument. We'll start this in class.
- Take notes on this chapter: NotesChap3 - your initials. I'll be asking you to supplement notes on this chapter with examples you locate on the web.
- **Compose your notes to supplement the text: add examples, develop the ideas in your own words, ... **
- There is a lot in the chapter that you need to consider: a lot of major and minor terms that address argument as a whole, and presentational enthymemes in particular. We're going to focus on two angles from this chapter: rhetorical appeals, and presentational argument: enthymemes.


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Additions:
- ** update 16 Sep 2017 ** On-line students: I've set aside the exercise for this week. On Tuesday or Wednesday, I'll post an online version of the exercise we're doing in class for this week.
Deletions:
- ** update 16 Sep 2017 ** On-line students: I've set aside the exercise for this week. On Tuesday, I'll post an online version of the exercise we're doing in class for this week.


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CarliManjorin | ChristineBelgarde | DestinySherman | FrankLaRoque | HannahCook | JeannaToninato | LoriOlivier | MarenaCloud | RebeccaCarvell | [[Stacey Kaslon | StaceyKaslon]] | [[tkristine | TatumFjelstad]] |WayneSchmeling | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
AbbieEdman | ChristineBelgarde | CarliManjorin | DestinySherman | FrankLaRoque | HannahCook | JeannaToninato | LoriOlivier | MarenaCloud | RebeccaCarvell | [[Stacey Kaslon | StaceyKaslon]] | [[tkristine | TatumFjelstad]] |WayneSchmeling | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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Additions:
- ** update 16 Sep 2017 ** On-line students: I've set aside the exercise for this week. On Tuesday, I'll post an online version of the exercise we're doing in class for this week.
Deletions:
- On-line students: I've set aside the exercise for this week. On Tuesday, I'll post an online version of the exercise we're doing in class for this week.


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- ++ On-line students: There will be an exercise due Tue 19 Sep, 6:00 am. I'll post it to you on Weds or Friday.++
- On-line students: I've set aside the exercise for this week. On Tuesday, I'll post an online version of the exercise we're doing in class for this week.
Deletions:
- On-line students: ++There will be an exercise due Tue 19 Sep, 6:00 am. I'll post it to you on Weds or Friday.++ I'll post an online version of the exercise we're doing in class on Tuesday.


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Additions:
- On-line students: ++There will be an exercise due Tue 19 Sep, 6:00 am. I'll post it to you on Weds or Friday.++ I'll post an online version of the exercise we're doing in class on Tuesday.
- **Compose your notes to supplement the text: add examples, develop the ideas in your own words, ... **
Deletions:
- On-line students: There will be an exercise due Tue 19 Sep, 6:00 am. I'll post it to you on Weds or Friday.
- Compose your notes to supplement the text: add examples, develop the ideas in your own words, ...


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Additions:
- On-line students: There will be an exercise due Tue 19 Sep, 6:00 am. I'll post it to you on Weds or Friday.
Deletions:
- On lie students: There will be an exercise due Tue 19 Sep, 6:00 am. I'll post it to you on Weds or Friday.


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[[]]
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>>{{image url="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/cogdogtweet.png" width="376px"}}
[[https://twitter.com/cogdog/status/903031633384660994 | View the tweet on Twitter]]


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Additions:
- On lie students: There will be an exercise due Tue 19 Sep, 6:00 am. I'll post it to you on Weds or Friday.


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Additions:
**for Tue 19 Sep, 6:00 am**
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for Tue 19 Sep, 6:00 am


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>>{{image url="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/cogdogtweet.png" width="376px"}}
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>>{{image url="{{image url="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/cogdogtweet.png" width="376px"}}


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Additions:
- Two examples of the level of detail and engagement: WhatMakesThisRhetoricalWAS or WhatMakesThisRhetoricalJET
- Come prepared to observe and take notes on how a web page makes an argument. We'll start this in class.
- Compose your notes to supplement the text: add examples, develop the ideas in your own words, ...


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Additions:
for Tue 19 Sep, 6:00 am
- Read Chap 3: Argumentation pp 44-80.
- Take notes on this chapter: NotesChap3 - your initials. I'll be asking you to supplement notes on this chapter with examples you locate on the web.
- There is a lot in the chapter that you need to consider: a lot of major and minor terms that address argument as a whole, and presentational enthymemes in particular. We're going to focus on two angles from this chapter: rhetorical appeals, and presentational argument: enthymemes.
Deletions:
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for Tue 19 Sep
- Read Chap 3: Argumentation pp
Exercise TBA


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>>{{image url="{{image url="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/cogdogtweet.png" width="376px"}}
[[https://twitter.com/cogdog/status/903031633384660994 | View the tweet on Twitter]]
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>>{{image url="{{image url="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/cogdogtweet.png" width="376px"}}" width="376"}}


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>>{{image url="{{image url="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/cogdogtweet.png" width="376px"}}" width="376"}}
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>>{{image src="http://www.telegraph.co.uk/content/dam/news/2016/12/23/JS116610421_TASS_journalist-with-portraits_trans_NvBQzQNjv4BqqVzuuqpFlyLIwiB6NTmJwfSVWeZ_vEN7c6bHu2jJnT8.jpg?imwidth=1240" width="376"}}
"A journalist holds a placard with portraits of Russian President Vladimir Putin, French National Front leader Marine Le Pen, and U.S. President-Elect Donald Trump (L-R) ahead of an annual news conference by Russia's President Vladimir Putin, at Moscow's World Trade Centre." [[http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/journalist-holds-a-placard-with-portraits-of-russian-news-photo/630453462?#journalist-holds-a-placard-with-portraits-of-russian-president-putin-picture-id630453462 | Getty Images]]


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Additions:
- In class Tues: ObservingTheRhetoricalSituationOfATweet
- OverviewOfRhetoricalMessages.
-
for Tue 19 Sep
- Read Chap 3: Argumentation pp
Exercise TBA
Deletions:
==== Week of 5 Sep ====
- Tuesday Class meeting cancelled - Labor Day
**Due ++Thu++ Fri, midnight** (updated 7 Sep 2017). We'll work with these in class on 12 Sep
- Have Longaker, chap 2, at hand.
- Read OverviewOfRhetoricalMessages. The exercise for this week works with critical method and observing. You will have the opportunity to practice critical method in the exercise. I've also added some notes to supplement Longaker's material on TheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation. You should be using these and the Longaker text for the concepts of rhetorical analysis.
- ObservingTheRhetoricalSituationOfATweet
- Don't leave this exercise until the last moment! Take class time Tue and Thu to work on it.
And a note
- This is an exercise in close observing and recording those observations, as a way of coming to understand the elements of the textualized rhetorical situation. Give yourself at least an hour or two of close consideration. There is no virtue in speed and brevity in observing. Keep Longaker, pp 11-17 at hand.
I'll be evaluating your notes
- how closely considered
- how engaged in method
- how neutrally observed
- how complete
- how elements are described, sentence length, description of the image ...
Two examples of the level of detail and engagement: WhatMakesThisRhetoricalWAS or WhatMakesThisRhetoricalJET
- In class Tues: Discuss and present on Rhet Sit of a Tweet
- Next: Longaker, Chap 3: Argumentation. Exercise TBA


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Additions:
- In class Tues: Discuss and present on Rhet Sit of a Tweet
- Next: Longaker, Chap 3: Argumentation. Exercise TBA
Deletions:
- Discuss and present on Rhet Sit of a Tweet
- TBA


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Additions:
**Due ++Thu++ Fri, midnight** (updated 7 Sep 2017). We'll work with these in class on 12 Sep
- Don't leave this exercise until the last moment! Take class time Tue and Thu to work on it.
Deletions:
**Due Thu, midnight**
- Don't leave this exercise until the last moment! Take class time today (Tues) and Thus to work on it.


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Additions:
- Discuss and present on Rhet Sit of a Tweet
Deletions:
- Discuss and present on Textualized Rhet Sit


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Additions:
Two examples of the level of detail and engagement: WhatMakesThisRhetoricalWAS or WhatMakesThisRhetoricalJET


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Additions:
- Read OverviewOfRhetoricalMessages. The exercise for this week works with critical method and observing. You will have the opportunity to practice critical method in the exercise. I've also added some notes to supplement Longaker's material on TheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation. You should be using these and the Longaker text for the concepts of rhetorical analysis.
Deletions:
- Read OverviewOfRhetoricalMessages. The exercise for this week works with critical method and observing. You will have the opportunity to practice critical method in the exercise.


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No Differences

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== Getting Started ==
- ObservingTheRhetoricalSituationOfATweet
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== Reference ==
- LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit


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**Due Thu, midnight**
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Due Thu, midnight


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Additions:
- ObservingTheRhetoricalSituationOfATweet
And a note
- This is an exercise in close observing and recording those observations, as a way of coming to understand the elements of the textualized rhetorical situation. Give yourself at least an hour or two of close consideration. There is no virtue in speed and brevity in observing. Keep Longaker, pp 11-17 at hand.
I'll be evaluating your notes
- how closely considered
- how engaged in method
- how neutrally observed
- how complete
- how elements are described, sentence length, description of the image ...
Deletions:
- LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit


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Additions:
- Have Longaker, chap 2, at hand.
- Read OverviewOfRhetoricalMessages. The exercise for this week works with critical method and observing. You will have the opportunity to practice critical method in the exercise.
- LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit
Deletions:
- LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit.


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Additions:
Due Thu, midnight
- LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit.
- Don't leave this exercise until the last moment! Take class time today (Tues) and Thus to work on it.
Deletions:
- I will post an exercise on Textualized Rhet Sit on this Tuesday, due Thu to present in class on Tue 12 Sep


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- WhatMakesThisRhetorical2016
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=== For Tue 29 Aug ===
- Read Longaker, chap 1. Notes
- Read Longaker, chap 2 from pp 7 - 21: Kairos and Textual Rhetorical Situation. Notes
- You will be working with these concepts in class on Tuesday, so make notes and mark up your text so that you can use it to guide you.
=== Taking Notes ===
**Advice**: Get some practice on taking notes for this class. First, refer to AndByNotesIMean
Then, take notes on these chapters for your use. Go to your wiki name page, get into the edit mode, then create a new wiki page by adding a page title. Call it NotesChap1And2 - followed by your 3 initials. NotesChap1And2MCM, for instance. When you save, the title will be an open link. Click it, and it should go to a text editing space Work with what you're reading in Longaker. Expect to refine these notes on our next meeting. Use headings to organize things. Add examples and cases, and problematic cases. Add links. Embed content images. ... Refer to GettingStarted for formatting and embedding images.
=== In class Tues ===
- problems? wiki markup conventions: heading markup for headings, text markup for text and links. note-taking.
- Longaker chap 1 and 2: The rhetorical situation
- WhatMakesThisRhetorical2016 Start a new page. Start description.
- For Thu, midnight. Complete WhatMakesThisRhetorical2016


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== Elements of the rhetorical situation in detail ==
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=== Elements of the situation in detail ===


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=== Elements of the situation in detail ===
- immediate occasion
- exigence
- issue
- types of discourse that can be used to address the situatin
- judicial - to make judgements on the past
- deliberative - to consider for the future
- epideictic - to praise or blame, celebrate, in the present
- forum and genre in that forum
- historical and cultural context in which the immediate occasion exists
- presuppositions are part of this cultural context that are (more or less) shared by rhetor and listener
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== Describing ==
Situation
- occasion
- exigence
- the type of discourse: forensic, deliberative, epideictic
- forum and genre
- cultural and historical context
- presuppositions of shared ways of thinking


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Additions:
In case you need it
- [[http://mcmorgan.clarify-it.com/d/dkyv7d | Getting Started on the Wiki Tutorial]]
- More reference and advice on using the wiki on [[GettingStarted | this page]]


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Deletions:
AbbieEdman | ChristineBelgarde | CarliManjorin | DestinySherman | FrankLaRoque | HannahCook | JeannaToninato | LoriOlivier | MarenaCloud | RebeccaCarvell | [[Stacey Kaslon | StaceyKaslon]] | TatumFjelstad |WayneSchmeling | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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Additions:
- For Thu, midnight. Complete WhatMakesThisRhetorical2016
Deletions:
- For Thu, finish WhatMakesThisRhetorical2016


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Additions:
- problems? wiki markup conventions: heading markup for headings, text markup for text and links. note-taking.
Deletions:
- problems? note-taking.


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Deletions:
AbbieEdman | ChristineBelgarde | CarliManjorin | DestinySherman | FrankLaRoque | HannahCook | JeannaToninato | LoriOlivier | MarenaCloud | RebeccaCarvell | [[Stacy Kaslon]] | TatumFjelstad |WayneSchmeling | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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AbbieEdman | ChristineBelgarde | CarliManjorin | DestinySherman | FrankLaRoque | HannahCook | JeannaToninato | LoriOlivier | MarenaCloud | RebeccaCarvell | [[Stacy Kaslon]] | TatumFjelstad |WayneSchmeling | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
AbbieEdman | ChristineBelgarde | CarliManjorin | DestinySherman | FrankLaRoque | HannahCook | JeannaToninato | LoriOlivier | MarenaCloud | RebeccaCarvell | [[Stacy Kaslon | StaceyKaslon]] | TatumFjelstad |WayneSchmeling | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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AbbieEdman | ChristineBelgarde | CarliManjorin | DestinySherman | FrankLaRoque | HannahCook | JeannaToninato | LoriOlivier | MarenaCloud | RebeccaCarvell | [[Stacy Kaslon | StaceyKaslon]] | TatumFjelstad |WayneSchmeling | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
AbbieEdman | ChristineBelgarde | CarliManjorin | DestinySherman | FrankLaRoque | HannahCook | JeannaToninato | LoriOlivier | MarenaCloud | RebeccaCarvell | StaceyKaslon | TatumFjelstad |WayneSchmeling | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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- Tuesday Class meeting cancelled - Labor Day
- I will post an exercise on Textualized Rhet Sit on this Tuesday, due Thu to present in class on Tue 12 Sep
- Discuss and present on Textualized Rhet Sit
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- Class meeting cancelled - Labor Day
- I will post an exercise on Textualized Rhet Sit, due Thu to present in class on Tue 12 Sep
- Textualized Rhet Sit


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- For Thu, finish WhatMakesThisRhetorical2016
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- For Thu, TBA


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- problems? note-taking.
- Longaker chap 1 and 2: The rhetorical situation
- I will post an exercise on Textualized Rhet Sit, due Thu to present in class on Tue 12 Sep
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- I will post an exercise on Textualized Rhet Sit, due The to present in class on Tue 12 Sep


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"A journalist holds a placard with portraits of Russian President Vladimir Putin, French National Front leader Marine Le Pen, and U.S. President-Elect Donald Trump (L-R) ahead of an annual news conference by Russia's President Vladimir Putin, at Moscow's World Trade Centre." [[http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/journalist-holds-a-placard-with-portraits-of-russian-news-photo/630453462?#journalist-holds-a-placard-with-portraits-of-russian-president-putin-picture-id630453462 | Getty Images]]


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>>{{image src="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/KellyanneConwayChristinasWorld.png" width="376"}}
KellyAnn in Christina's World. Meme, March, 2017. Commentary [[https://hyperallergic.com/362555/tim-obrien-kellyanne-conway-meets-andrew-wyeth/ | (blog post)]]


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- WhatMakesThisRhetorical? Start page. Start description.


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Course starts 22 Aug 12:30. HS 103. Meets face to face weekly on Tuesdays. Assignments and exercises are required to be posted online at scheduled times.


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=== Tue 22 Aug: Start Up===
We'll use the first couple weeks of the course getting set up, developing a method for taking notes, and establishing a pace for exercises.
- Intros
- CourseStatement
- Texts: Longaker and Walker, Shifman
- Schedule yourself to be posting notes before class on Tuesdays, and on Thursdays. I'll review new material on Friday mornings.
- If you have questions on the course statement or the course, post them in the Comments at the bottom of the CourseStatement page.
- Comments on taking notes: Recommend that you keep a notes page for each chapter that you can develop and revise throughout the semester. Eg NotesLongakerChap1MCM Use headings to organize concepts, link or embed examples.
=== Due Fri 25 Aug noon ===
- Register on the wiki and SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise
- Start early in case you run into problems
==== Week of 29 Aug ====
For the first couple of weeks, we'll look at method - and you'll practice method both in class and out - mainly by drafting and working with notes.


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For the first couple of weeks, we'll look at method - and you'll practice method both in class and out - mainly by drafting and working with notes.
- Read Longaker, chap 1. Notes
- Read Longaker, chap 2 from pp 7 - 21: Kairos and Textual Rhetorical Situation. Notes
- You will be working with these concepts in class on Tuesday, so make notes and mark up your text so that you can use it to guide you.
Deletions:
For the first couple of weeks, we'll look at method - and you'll practice method both in class and out: notes.
- Read Longaker, chap 1
- Read Longaker, chap 2 from pp 7 - 21: Kairos and Textual Rhetorical Situation. You will be working with these concepts in class on Tuesday, so make notes or mark up your text so that you can use it to guide you.


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=== In class Tues ===
- What Makes This Rhetorical? Start page. Start description.
- For Thu, TBA
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- In class, What Makes This Rhetorical? Start page. Start description.
- For Thu, post to your notes: TBA


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For the first couple of weeks, we'll look at method - and you'll practice method both in class and out: notes.
=== Taking Notes ===
- In class, What Makes This Rhetorical? Start page. Start description.
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For the first couple of weeks, we'll look at method
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- In class, What Makes This Rhetorical? Start notes page. Start description.


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**Advice**: Get some practice on taking notes for this class. First, refer to AndByNotesIMean
Then, take notes on these chapters for your use. Go to your wiki name page, get into the edit mode, then create a new wiki page by adding a page title. Call it NotesChap1And2 - followed by your 3 initials. NotesChap1And2MCM, for instance. When you save, the title will be an open link. Click it, and it should go to a text editing space Work with what you're reading in Longaker. Expect to refine these notes on our next meeting. Use headings to organize things. Add examples and cases, and problematic cases. Add links. Embed content images. ... Refer to GettingStarted for formatting and embedding images.


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Deletions:
AbbieEdman | AlysaFitzgerald | ChristineBelgarde | CarliRaeManjorin | DestinySherman | FrankLaRoque | HannahCook | JeannaToninato | LoriOlivier | MarenaCloud | RebeccaCarvell | StaceyKaslon | TatumFjelstad |WayneSchmeling | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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Deletions:
AbbieEdman | AlysaFitzgerald |CarliRaeManjorin | DestinySherman | FrankLaRoque | HannahCook | JeannaToninato | LoriOlivier | MarenaCloud | RebeccaCarvell | StaceyKaslon | TatumFjelstad |WayneSchmeling | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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==== Week of 5 Sep ====
- I will post an exercise on Textualized Rhet Sit, due The to present in class on Tue 12 Sep
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=== Week of 5 Sep ===
- There will be an exercise on Textualized Rhet Sit, due Thu, to present in class on Tue 12 Sep


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==== Week of 29 Aug ====
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=== Week of 29 Aug ===


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- Comments on taking notes: Recommend that you keep a notes page for each chapter that you can develop and revise throughout the semester. Eg NotesLongakerChap1MCM Use headings to organize concepts, link or embed examples.
=== Due Fri 25 Aug noon ===
- Register on the wiki and SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise
- Start early in case you run into problems
For the first couple of weeks, we'll look at method
=== For Tue 29 Aug ===
- Class meeting cancelled - Labor Day
Deletions:
- Intro to wiki, and assignment to SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise. Due **Fri 25 Aug 9:00 am**.
- Comments on taking notes.
For the first couple of weeks, you'll be learning method -
For Tue 29 Aug
- Class meeting cancelled


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KellyAnn in Christina's World. Meme, March, 2017. Commentary [[https://hyperallergic.com/362555/tim-obrien-kellyanne-conway-meets-andrew-wyeth/ | (blog post)]]
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KellyAnn in Christina's World. Meme, March, 2017. Commentary [[https://hyperallergic.com/362555/tim-obrien-kellyanne-conway-meets-andrew-wyeth/ | (blog post)]


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KellyAnn in Christina's World. Meme, March, 2017. Commentary [[https://hyperallergic.com/362555/tim-obrien-kellyanne-conway-meets-andrew-wyeth/ | (blog post)]
Deletions:
KellyAnn in Christina's World. Meme, March, 2017.


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Deletions:
AbbieEdman | AlysaFitzgerald |CarliRaeManjorin | DestinySherman | FrankLaRoque | HannahCook | JeannaToninato | LoriOlivier | MarenaCloud | RebeccaCarvell | StaceyKaslon | TatumFjelstad | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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== Memes ==
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== Style ==
===== Under revision until 22 Aug =====


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Deletions:
AbbieEdman | AlysaFitzgerald |Carli-RaeManjorin | DestinySherman | FrankLaRoque | HannahCook | JeannaToninato | LoriOlivier | MarenaCloud | RebeccaCarvell | StaceyKaslon | TatumFjelstad | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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Deletions:
AbbieEdman | AlysaFitzgerald |CarliRaeManjorin | DestinySherman | FrankLaRoque | HannahCook | JeannaToninato | LoriOlivier | MarenaCloud | RebeccaCarvell | StaceyKaslon | TatumFjelstad | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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AbbieEdman | AlysaFitzgerald |CarliRaeManjorin | DestinySherman | FrankLaRoque | HannahCook | JeannaToninato | LoriOlivier | MarenaCloud | RebeccaCarvell | StaceyKaslon | TatumFjelstad | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
AbbieEdman | AlysaFitzgerald |CarliRaeManjorin | DestinySherman | FrankLaRoque | HannahCook | Jeanna oninato | LoriOlivier | MarenaCloud | RebeccaCarvell | StaceyKaslon | TatumFjelstad | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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>>{{image src="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/KellyanneConwayChristinasWorld.png" width="376"}}
KellyAnn in Christina's World. Meme, March, 2017.
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>>=== Start Up ===


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=== Week of 29 Aug ===
=== Week of 5 Sep ===
- Class meeting cancelled
- There will be an exercise on Textualized Rhet Sit, due Thu, to present in class on Tue 12 Sep
=== Week of 12 Sep ===
- Textualized Rhet Sit
- TBA
Deletions:
=== Week of 27 Aug ===


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For the first couple of weeks, you'll be learning method -
- Read Longaker, chap 1
- Read Longaker, chap 2 from pp 7 - 21: Kairos and Textual Rhetorical Situation. You will be working with these concepts in class on Tuesday, so make notes or mark up your text so that you can use it to guide you.
- In class, What Makes This Rhetorical? Start notes page. Start description.
- For Thu, post to your notes: TBA
Deletions:
- Read Longaker, TBA
-


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- Read Longaker, TBA
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- Read Longaker, ppxx.


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=== Week of 27 Aug ===
For Tue 29 Aug
- Read Longaker, ppxx.
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- BSUHomepageAsArgument - Homepage as argument, part 1
- ATheoryOfPresentationalEnthymemes
- PresentationalEnthymemesAndTheBSUHomepage - Homepage as argument, part 2.
- PresentationalEnthymemesAndInequalityIs - project
- CataloguingGIFsExercise
- [[http://rhetoric.byu.edu | Silva Rhetorica]] for a more complete catalogue of figures and tropes
- OnMetonymy
- StyleInAMicromessage


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On Deck
- HandlistOfERhetoric - draft


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- Texts: Longaker and Walker, Shifman
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- Text: Longaker and Walker.


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| MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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===== Under revision until 22 Aug =====


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==ENGL 3179-5179 Fall 2017==
==== Announcements ====
Course starts 22 Aug 12:30. HS 103. Meets face to face weekly on Tuesdays. Assignments and exercises are required to be posted online at scheduled times.
=== Tue 22 Aug: Start Up===
We'll use the first couple weeks of the course getting set up, developing a method for taking notes, and establishing a pace for exercises.
- Intros
- CourseStatement
- Text: Longaker and Walker.
- Intro to wiki, and assignment to SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise. Due **Fri 25 Aug 9:00 am**.
- Schedule yourself to be posting notes before class on Tuesdays, and on Thursdays. I'll review new material on Friday mornings.
- If you have questions on the course statement or the course, post them in the Comments at the bottom of the CourseStatement page.
- Comments on taking notes.
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==ENGL 3179-5179 Fall 2016==
== Announcements ==


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==== For Tue 29 Nov ====
We have only two meetings left, so we're turning to some more sophisticated consideration of ethos and pathos. On Tuesday, I'll present on ethos. You'll be working in pairs with the concept of ethos in class on Tuesday, based on the questions on pp 248-9, and 249-50. You'll need to be prepared.
Michelle Thoft will present on Dec 6th.
**Read, Longaker, chap 8: Habit (Ethos Revisited)**, pp 232 - 250. Read and make notes. It is not a skimmable chapter, so give yourself time to read and ponder it.
NotesOnHabitus
==== For Tue 6 Dec ====
- Read, Longaker, chap 7: Affect: (Pathos Revisited), pp 208 - 231.
- [[ http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=PathosPresentationMKT | Thoft on Pathos]]


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==== For Tue 29 Nov ====
We have only two meetings left, so we're turning to some more sophisticated consideration of ethos and pathos. On Tuesday, I'll present on ethos. You'll be working in pairs with the concept of ethos in class on Tuesday, based on the questions on pp 248-9, and 249-50. You'll need to be prepared.
Michelle Thoft will present on Dec 6th.
**Read, Longaker, chap 8: Habit (Ethos Revisited)**, pp 232 - 250. Read and make notes. It is not a skimmable chapter, so give yourself time to read and ponder it.
NotesOnHabitus
==== For Tue 6 Dec ====
- Read, Longaker, chap 7: Affect: (Pathos Revisited), pp 208 - 231.
- [[ http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=PathosPresentationMKT | Thoft on Pathos]]
=== Participants ===
| MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
==== Tips and Suggestions ====
- The Overwrite warning. If you save a page, then use the back button rather than double-clicking to get back to editing, you might get an Overwrite warning in red. That only means the wiki is confused. Select all the text you're editing, copy it, then Cancel the save. After you save, see if the version is complete. It usually is. But if not, double-click to edit the page, select everything, then paste the version you have on the clipboard into the wiki and save.
- Use RecentlyCommented at the top of the page to check on FAQs.
On Deck
- HandlistOfERhetoric - draft


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==== For Tue 29 Nov ====
We have only two meetings left, so we're turning to some more sophisticated consideration of ethos and pathos. On Tuesday, I'll present on ethos. You'll be working in pairs with the concept of ethos in class on Tuesday, based on the questions on pp 248-9, and 249-50. You'll need to be prepared.
Michelle Thoft will present on Dec 6th.
**Read, Longaker, chap 8: Habit (Ethos Revisited)**, pp 232 - 250. Read and make notes. It is not a skimmable chapter, so give yourself time to read and ponder it.
NotesOnHabitus
==== For Tue 6 Dec ====
- Read, Longaker, chap 7: Affect: (Pathos Revisited), pp 208 - 231.
- [[ http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=PathosPresentationMKT | Thoft on Pathos]]
=== Participants ===
| MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
==== Tips and Suggestions ====
- The Overwrite warning. If you save a page, then use the back button rather than double-clicking to get back to editing, you might get an Overwrite warning in red. That only means the wiki is confused. Select all the text you're editing, copy it, then Cancel the save. After you save, see if the version is complete. It usually is. But if not, double-click to edit the page, select everything, then paste the version you have on the clipboard into the wiki and save.
- Use RecentlyCommented at the top of the page to check on FAQs.
On Deck
- HandlistOfERhetoric - draft


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| MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
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AnthonyLien | ChristopherSanderson | GeorgeHede | GregoryButton | JacksonLindsey | MichelleThooft | MollyPayette | SarahSorensen | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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>>=== Start Up ===
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>>=== Habitus ===
HabitusOnHomePages11Nov
{{image url="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/MITHomePageNov11.png" width="376px"}}
MIT home page on 11 Nov 2016. MIT's response to Veteran's Day is more than just the image. It's in the selection and phasing of the campus news for that day. The overall response is part of MIT's habitus. MIT's home page is demonstrating the kind of social habits and values that are practiced at MIT. To the extent that these habits are actually practiced widely, the ethos is legitimate. To the extent that audience members identify with these habits and values - desire to share them or practice them - the appeal to ethos is successful. To the extent that audience member's don't wish to share the habits, the appeal to ethos is //still// successful. [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/MITHomePageNov11.png | full sized image]]
Compare BSU's on the same day.
{{image url="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSUHomePage11Nov.png" width="376px"}}
[[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSUHomePage11Nov.png | full sized image]]


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- [[ http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=PathosPresentationMKT | Thoft on Pathos]]


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MIT home page on 11 Nov 2016. MIT's response to Veteran's Day is more than just the image. It's in the selection and phasing of the campus news for that day. The overall response is part of MIT's habitus. MIT's home page is demonstrating the kind of social habits and values that are practiced at MIT. To the extent that these habits are actually practiced widely, the ethos is legitimate. To the extent that audience members identify with these habits and values - desire to share them or practice them - the appeal to ethos is successful. To the extent that audience member's don't wish to share the habits, the appeal to ethos is //still// successful. [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/MITHomePageNov11.png | full sized image]]
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MIT home page on 11 Nov 2016. MIT's response to Veteran's Day is more than just the image. It's in the selection and phasing of the campus news for that day. The overall response is part of MIT's habitus. MIT's home page is demonstrating the kind of social habits and values that are practiced at MIT. To the extent that audience members identify with these habits and values - desire to share them or practice them - the appeal to ethos is successful. To the extent that audience member's don't wish to share the habits, the appeal to ethos is //still// successful. [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/MITHomePageNov11.png | full sized image]]


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[[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/MSUMankato11Nov.png | full sized image]]


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We have only two meetings left, so we're turning to some more sophisticated consideration of ethos and pathos. On Tuesday, I'll present on ethos. You'll be working in pairs with the concept of ethos in class on Tuesday, based on the questions on pp 248-9, and 249-50. You'll need to be prepared.
Deletions:
We have only a few meetings left, so we're turning to some more sophisticated consideration of ethos and pathos. On Tuesday, I'll present on ethos. You'll be working in pairs with the concept of ethos in class on Tuesday, based on the questions on pp 248-9, and 249-50. You'll need to be prepared.


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[[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSUHomePage11Nov.png | full sized image]]
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[[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSUHomePage11Nov.png | full sized image


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MIT home page on 11 Nov 2016. MIT's response to Veteran's Day is more than just the image. It's in the selection and phasing of the campus news for that day. The overall response is part of MIT's habitus. MIT's home page is demonstrating the kind of social habits and values that are practiced at MIT. To the extent that audience members identify with these habits and values - desire to share them or practice them - the appeal to ethos is successful. To the extent that audience member's don't wish to share the habits, the appeal to ethos is //still// successful. [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/MITHomePageNov11.png | full sized image]]
Compare BSU's on the same day.
Deletions:
MIT home page on 11 Nov 2016. MIT's response to Veteran's Day is more than just the image. It's in the selection and phasing of the campus news for that day. The overall response is part of its habitus. [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/MITHomePageNov11.png | full sized image]]
Compare BSU's


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MIT home page on 11 Nov 2016. MIT's response to Veteran's Day is more than just the image. It's in the selection and phasing of the campus news for that day. The overall response is part of its habitus. [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/MITHomePageNov11.png | full sized image]]
Compare BSU's
[[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSUHomePage11Nov.png | full sized image
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MIT home page on 11 Nov 2016. MIT's response to Veteran's Day is more than just the image. It's in the selection and phasing of the campus news for that day. The overall response is part of its habitus. [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/MITHomePageNov11.png | Full sized image]]


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MIT home page on 11 Nov 2016. MIT's response to Veteran's Day is more than just the image. It's in the selection and phasing of the campus news for that day. The overall response is part of its habitus. [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/MITHomePageNov11.png | Full sized image]]
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MIT home page on 11 Nov 2016. MIT's response to Veteran's Day is more than just the image. It's in the selection and phasing of the campus news for that day. The overall response is part of its habitus.
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>>=== Habitus ===
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MIT home page on 11 Nov 2016. MIT's response to Veteran's Day is more than just the image. It's in the selection and phasing of the campus news for that day. The overall response is part of its habitus.
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>>=== Style ===
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Isocolon twice used. In the tweet, it's used to create dramatic irony. Compare, "People design for themselves." The slide in the image uses an isocolon to create zeugma or antanaclasis (pun). Compare "To change the world, change who's designing it." Now consider the relation between the two micro-texts. While it's not a figure, we might call it echo.
**Style and pistis - logos**: The overarching pistis served by the figure in this case is //logos//. The trope is making clear the reasoning that the argument is based on. Which is to point out how humor, puns, irony can serve //logos//.


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We have only a few meetings left, so we're turning to some more sophisticated consideration of ethos and pathos. On Tuesday, I'll present on ethos. You'll be working in pairs with the concept of ethos in class on Tuesday, based on the questions on pp 248-9, and 249-50. You'll need to be prepared.
Michelle Thoft will present on Dec 6th.
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We have only a few meetings left, so we're turning to some more sophisticated consideration of ethos and pathos. On Tuesday, I'll present on ethos. Michelle Thoft will present on Dec 6th.


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==== For Tue 29 Nov ====
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==== ++For Tue 15 Nov++ For Tue 29 Nov ====


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We have only a few meetings left, so we're turning to some more sophisticated consideration of ethos and pathos. On Tuesday, I'll present on ethos. Michelle Thoft will present on Dec 6th.
**Read, Longaker, chap 8: Habit (Ethos Revisited)**, pp 232 - 250. Read and make notes. It is not a skimmable chapter, so give yourself time to read and ponder it.
Deletions:
We have only a few meetings left, so we're turning to some more sophisticated consideration of ethos and pathos. On Tuesday, I'll present and have an exercise on ethos to work with in class, with a follow-up online due Friday. Michelle Thoft will present when we get back from break.
**Read, Longaker, chap 8: Habit (Ethos Revisited)**, pp 232 - 250. Read and make notes. It is not a skimmable chapter, so give yourself time to read and ponder it. You'll be working in pairs with the concept of ethos //in class on Tuesday//, based on the questions on pp 248-9, and 249-50. You'll need to be prepared.


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===== update Tue 15 Nov 8:18 AM =====
==== Class cancelled. Prof Morgan is ill ====
Move today's scheduled work to the meeting after break.
==== Tue 22 Nov ====
- Thanksgiving Break: Classes cancelled


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==== Class cancelled. Prof Morgan is ill ====
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===== update Tue 15 Nov 8:18 AM =====
=== Class cancelled. Prof Morgan is ill ===
Move today's scheduled work to the meeting after break.
==== ++For Tue 15 Nov++ For Tue 29 Nov ====
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==== For Tue 15 Nov ====
==== For Tue 29 Nov ====
- tba


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We need to consider and look at //how ethos works//. Labeling something as ethos doesn't explain how that ethos works to persuade - in this case, to create IDENTIFICATION. To explain this, we need to look to //patterns of social behaviors//, shared ones.
- Identification - as conceptualized by Burke.
- Habit
- Habitus - This is not the same as ethos. //Ethos// is generalized from a consideration of //habitus//. It is a pattern of action that can be interpreted as socially revealing something significant about the rhetor's character. p 240. It leads to the construction by the audience of an ethos. We look at the habitus to understand how the rhetor creates identification. The book discusses an //ironic habitus// used by VW, but we can see others at work in other forums. University web sites, for instance.
- Field
- Connecting habitus with ethos by way of IDENTIFICATION: The habitus persuades the implied audience to identify with the ethos of the rhetor.


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We need to consider and look at //how ethos works//. Labeling something as ethos doesn't explain how that ethos works to persuade - in this case, to create IDENTIFICATION. To explain this, we need to look to //patterns of social behaviors//, shared ones.
- Habitus - This is not the same as ethos. //Ethos// is generalized from a consideration of //habitus//. It is a pattern of action that can be interpreted as socially revealing something significant about the rhetor's character. p 240. It leads to the construction by the audience of an ethos. We look at the habitus to understand how the rhetor creates identification. The book discusses an //ironic habitus// used by VW, but we can see others at work in other forums. University web sites, for instance.
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We need to consider and look at //how ethos works//.
- Habitus - This is not the same as ethos. It leads to the construction by the audience of an ethos. Look at the habitus to understand how the rhetor creates identification. The book discusses an //ironic habitus//used by VW, but we can see others at work in other forums. University web sites, for instance.


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**Read, Longaker, chap 8: Habit (Ethos Revisited)**, pp 232 - 250. Read and make notes. It is not a skimmable chapter, so give yourself time to read and ponder it. You'll be working in pairs with the concept of ethos //in class on Tuesday//, based on the questions on pp 248-9, and 249-50. You'll need to be prepared.
We need to consider and look at //how ethos works//.
- Identification - as conceptualized by Burke.
- Habit
- Habitus - This is not the same as ethos. It leads to the construction by the audience of an ethos. Look at the habitus to understand how the rhetor creates identification. The book discusses an //ironic habitus//used by VW, but we can see others at work in other forums. University web sites, for instance.
- Field
- Connecting habitus with ethos by way of IDENTIFICATION: The habitus persuades the implied audience to identify with the ethos of the rhetor.
Deletions:
- Read, Longaker, chap 8: Habit (Ethos Revisited), pp 232 - 250. Read and make notes. It is not a skimmable chapter, so give yourself time to read and ponder it. You'll be working in pairs with the concept of ethos //in class on Tuesday//, based on the questions on pp 248-9, and 249-50. You'll need to be prepared.


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We have only a few meetings left, so we're turning to some more sophisticated consideration of ethos and pathos. On Tuesday, I'll present and have an exercise on ethos to work with in class, with a follow-up online due Friday. Michelle Thoft will present when we get back from break.
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==== Tue 8 Nov ====
- Class was cancelled. Prof Morgan is ill.
- Here is the promised final exercise in style using an unknown StyleInAMicromessage
- Deadline 6:00 pm Fri 11 Nov.
- We'll have a reading for next Tue, 15 Nov. I'll post it here by Friday.


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AnthonyLien | ChristopherSanderson | DeanBrooks | GeorgeHede | GregoryButton | JacksonLindsey | MichelleThooft | MollyPayette | SarahSorensen | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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==== For Tue 15 Nov ====
- Read, Longaker, chap 8: Habit (Ethos Revisited), pp 232 - 250. Read and make notes. It is not a skimmable chapter, so give yourself time to read and ponder it. You'll be working in pairs with the concept of ethos //in class on Tuesday//, based on the questions on pp 248-9, and 249-50. You'll need to be prepared.
==== Tue 22 Nov ====
- Thanksgiving Break: Classes cancelled
==== For Tue 29 Nov ====
- Read, Longaker, chap 7: Affect: (Pathos Revisited), pp 208 - 231.
==== For Tue 6 Dec ====
- tba
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==== For Tues 15 Nov ====
- Read, Longaker, chap 8: Habit (Ethos Revisited), pp 232 - 250. Read and make notes. It is not a skimmable chapter, so give yourself some time. You'll be working in pairs with the concept of ethos //in class on Tuesday//, based on the questions on pp 248-9, and 249-50. You'll need to be prepared.


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- We'll have a reading for next Tue, 15 Nov. I'll post it here by Friday.
==== For Tues 15 Nov ====
- Read, Longaker, chap 8: Habit (Ethos Revisited), pp 232 - 250. Read and make notes. It is not a skimmable chapter, so give yourself some time. You'll be working in pairs with the concept of ethos //in class on Tuesday//, based on the questions on pp 248-9, and 249-50. You'll need to be prepared.
Deletions:
- We'll have a reading for next Tue, 15 Nov. I'll post it here by ++Friday++ Saturday.


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- We'll have a reading for next Tue, 15 Nov. I'll post it here by ++Friday++ Saturday.
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- We
- We'll have a reading for next Tue, 15 Nov. I'll post it here by Friday.


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**Style and pistis - logos**: The overarching pistis served by the figure in this case is //logos//. The trope is making clear the reasoning that the argument is based on. Which is to point out how humor, puns, irony can serve //logos//.
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Style and pistis: Overarching pistis served by the figure in this case is //logos//. The trope is making clear the reasoning that the argument is based on. Which is to point out how humor, puns, irony can serve //logos//.


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Style and pistis: Overarching pistis served by the figure in this case is //logos//. The trope is making clear the reasoning that the argument is based on. Which is to point out how humor, puns, irony can serve //logos//.
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Style and office: Overarching pistis served by the figure in this case is //logos//. The trope is making clear the reasoning that the argument is based on. Which is to point out how humor, puns, irony can serve //logos//.


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- We'll have a reading for next Tue, 15 Nov. I'll post it here by Friday.
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- We'll have some reading for next Tue, 15 Nov. I'll post it here by Friday.
==== for Tue 1 Nov ====
We'll review the work you've done in cataloguing figures and tropes as they are used in memes and other micromessages. Some discussion on connecting memes to ethos, pathos, logos - delivery. We can see each office served by particular rhetorical moves in style and figure.
- [[http://rhetoric.byu.edu | Silva Rhetorica]] for a more complete catalogue of figures and tropes. Listed in the right-hand sidebar. Click Viewing Options > Group by Rhetorical Strategy.
==== for Tue 7 Nov ====
- Read, Longaker, Style, continued, p 157 - 169. Discussion on connecting style to ethos, pathos, logos - delivery.
- On Tue, I'll post a final exercise to wrap up style. Consider it a take home quiz. I'll give you an unknown (a text and image we haven't looked at) and ask you to work with it concerning style. ID and consider its visual and textual features, explain how it works, and consider how it connects to ethos, pathos, logos. Due that Fri, 11 Nov, 6:00 pm.


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- [[http://rhetoric.byu.edu | Silva Rhetorica]] for a more complete catalogue of figures and tropes
==== Tue 8 Nov ====
- Class was cancelled. Prof Morgan is ill.
- Here is the promised final exercise in style using an unknown StyleInAMicromessage
- Deadline 6:00 pm Fri 11 Nov.
- We
- We'll have some reading for next Tue, 15 Nov. I'll post it here by Friday.
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- ... ellipsis as style


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- StyleInAMicromessage


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- Read, Longaker, Style, continued, p 157 - 169. Discussion on connecting style to ethos, pathos, logos - delivery.
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- Read, Longaker, Style, continued, p 157 - 169. Discussion on connecting style thos, pathos, logos - delivery.


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- On Tue, I'll post a final exercise to wrap up style. Consider it a take home quiz. I'll give you an unknown (a text and image we haven't looked at) and ask you to work with it concerning style. ID and consider its visual and textual features, explain how it works, and consider how it connects to ethos, pathos, logos. Due that Fri, 11 Nov, 6:00 pm.
Deletions:
- On Tue, I'll post a final exercise to wrap up style. I'll give you an unknown (a text and image we haven't looked at) and ask you to work with it concerning style. ID and consider its visual and textual features, explain how it works, and consider how it connects to ethos, pathos, logos. Due the following Fri, 11 Nov.


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- On Tue, I'll post a final exercise to wrap up style. I'll give you an unknown (a text and image we haven't looked at) and ask you to work with it concerning style. ID and consider its visual and textual features, explain how it works, and consider how it connects to ethos, pathos, logos. Due the following Fri, 11 Nov.
Deletions:
- I'll post a final exercise to wrap up style, I'll present an unknown and ask you to work with it concerning style. ID and consider its visual and textual features, explain how it works, and consider how it connects to ethos, pathos, logos. Due the following Fri, 11 Nov.


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- Read, Longaker, Style, continued, p 157 - 169. Discussion on connecting style thos, pathos, logos - delivery.
- I'll post a final exercise to wrap up style, I'll present an unknown and ask you to work with it concerning style. ID and consider its visual and textual features, explain how it works, and consider how it connects to ethos, pathos, logos. Due the following Fri, 11 Nov.
Deletions:
- Read, Longaker, Style, continued, p 157 - 169


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Isocolon twice used. In the tweet, it's used to create dramatic irony. Compare, "People design for themselves." The slide in the image uses an isocolon to create zeugma or antanaclasis (pun). Compare "To change the world, change who's designing it." Now consider the relation between the two micro-texts. While it's not a figure, we might call it echo.
Style and office: Overarching pistis served by the figure in this case is //logos//. The trope is making clear the reasoning that the argument is based on. Which is to point out how humor, puns, irony can serve //logos//.
Deletions:
Isocolon twice used. In the tweet, it's used to create dramatic irony. Compare, "People design for themselves." The slide in the image uses an isocolon to create zeugma or antanaclasis (pun). Compare "To change the world, change who's designing it." Now consider the relation between the two micro-texts.
Style and office: Overarching pistis served by the figure in this case is //logos//. The trope is making clear the reasoning that the argument is based on.


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Isocolon twice used. In the tweet, it's used to create dramatic irony. Compare, "People design for themselves." The slide in the image uses an isocolon to create zeugma or antanaclasis (pun). Compare "To change the world, change who's designing it." Now consider the relation between the two micro-texts.
Style and office: Overarching pistis served by the figure in this case is //logos//. The trope is making clear the reasoning that the argument is based on.
Deletions:
Isocolon twice used. In the tweet, it's used to create dramatic irony. Compare, "People design for themselves." The slide in the image uses an isocolon to create zeugma or antanaclasis (pun). Compare "To change the world, change who's designing it." Now consider the relation between the two micro-texts:


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We'll review the work you've done in cataloguing figures and tropes as they are used in memes and other micromessages. Some discussion on connecting memes to ethos, pathos, logos - delivery. We can see each office served by particular rhetorical moves in style and figure.
Deletions:
We'll review the work you've done in cataloguing figures and tropes as they are used in memes and other micromessages.


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==== for Tue 7 Nov ====
- Read, Longaker, Style, continued, p 157 - 169


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We'll review the work you've done in cataloguing figures and tropes as they are used in memes and other micromessages.
- OnMetonymy
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==== for Tues Oct 25 ====
We'll start the exercise in collecting GIFs that exemplify figures in class (pp 153-156).
**for Tues**: Review tropes, schemes, and figures of thought. A good way of doing this is to develop notes on them as supplements to Longaker: Creating your own list of terms and a definition or characteristic trait helps. Organizing them, finding examples of them as you read or listen to just about anything. Finding examples of figures and tropes in other media is good practice, too. Watch for how emoticons and emoji are used to articulate attitude. Watch for examples of isocolon and other figures of repetition in visual placement and sequences.
I'll develop more notes on NotesOnLongakerOnStyle, and extend analysis into emoticons and emoji as figures of thought.
OnMetonymy


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- [[http://rhetoric.byu.edu | Silva Rhetorica]] for a more complete catalogue of figures and tropes. Listed in the right-hand sidebar. Click Viewing Options > Group by Rhetorical Strategy.
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- [[http://rhetoric.byu.edu | Silva Rhetorica]] for a more complete catalogue of figures and tropes. Listed in the right-hand sidebar.


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- [[http://rhetoric.byu.edu | Silva Rhetorica]] for a more complete catalogue of figures and tropes. Listed in the right-hand sidebar.
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- [[http://rhetoric.byu.edu | Silva Rhetorica]] for a more complete catalogue of figures and tropes


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- [[http://rhetoric.byu.edu | Silva Rhetorica]] for a more complete catalogue of figures and tropes


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We'll start the exercise in collecting GIFs that exemplify figures in class (pp 153-156).
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==== for Tue 18 Oct ====
Read Longaker, Style, pp 136 - 156. Come with questions and ready to work in class with concepts of //register// (p 142ff) and //figures// , pp 144ff.
In-class exercise in identifying tropes and schemes.
- Method. Observing. Slippery distinctions.
- Exercise: Catalogue as many rhetorical tropes and schemes as you can observe in 30 mins. If you can't put a name to it, that's ok. Isolate it as a scheme or trope so we can look at it. Longaker pp 144-153. MoleskineText
**update 20 Oct 2016**. We'll start the exercise in collecting GIFs that exemplify figures in class on Tuesday 25 Oct. (pp 153-156).


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**update 20 Oct 2016**. We'll start the exercise in collecting GIFs that exemplify figures in class on Tuesday 25 Oct. (pp 153-156).
==== for Tue 1 Nov ====
- CataloguingGIFsExercise
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**update 20 Oct 2016**. We'll start the exercise in collecting tweets and GIFs that exemplify figures of thought in class on Tuesday 25 Oct. (pp 153-156).


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**update 20 Oct 2016**. We'll start the exercise in collecting tweets and GIFs that exemplify figures of thought in class on Tuesday 25 Oct. (pp 153-156).
I'll develop more notes on NotesOnLongakerOnStyle, and extend analysis into emoticons and emoji as figures of thought.
Deletions:
**update 20 Oct 2016**. We'll start the exercise in collecting tweets and GIFs that exemplify figures of thought in class on Tuesday. (pp 153-156).
On Friday or Saturday, I'll develop more notes on NotesOnLongakerOnStyle, and extend analysis into emoticons and emoji as figures of thought.


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OnMetonymy


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**update 20 Oct 2016**. We'll start the exercise in collecting tweets and GIFs that exemplify figures of thought in class on Tuesday. (pp 153-156).
On Friday or Saturday, I'll develop more notes on NotesOnLongakerOnStyle, and extend analysis into emoticons and emoji as figures of thought.
**for Tues**: Review tropes, schemes, and figures of thought. A good way of doing this is to develop notes on them as supplements to Longaker: Creating your own list of terms and a definition or characteristic trait helps. Organizing them, finding examples of them as you read or listen to just about anything. Finding examples of figures and tropes in other media is good practice, too. Watch for how emoticons and emoji are used to articulate attitude. Watch for examples of isocolon and other figures of repetition in visual placement and sequences.
Deletions:
**update 20 Oct 2016**. In class on Tuesday, we'll start the exercise in collecting tweets and GIFs that exemplify figures of thought (pp 153-156) Four figures, two examples of each.
**for Tues**: Review tropes, schemes, and figures of thought. A good way of doing this is to develop notes on them as supplements to Longaker: Creating your own list of terms and a definition or characteristic trait helps. Organizing them, finding examples of them as you read or listen to just about anything.
On Friday or Saturday, I'll post a few more notes on NotesOnLongakerOnStyle, and extend analysis into emoticons and emoji as figures of thought.


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**update 20 Oct 2016**. In class on Tuesday, we'll start the exercise in collecting tweets and GIFs that exemplify figures of thought (pp 153-156) Four figures, two examples of each.
**for Tues**: Review tropes, schemes, and figures of thought. A good way of doing this is to develop notes on them as supplements to Longaker: Creating your own list of terms and a definition or characteristic trait helps. Organizing them, finding examples of them as you read or listen to just about anything.
On Friday or Saturday, I'll post a few more notes on NotesOnLongakerOnStyle, and extend analysis into emoticons and emoji as figures of thought.
Deletions:
Will be posted Weds or Thurs: Exercise in collecting tweets or GIFs that exemplify figures of thought (pp 153-156) Four figures, two examples of each.


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Isocolon twice used. In the tweet, it's used to create dramatic irony. Compare, "People design for themselves." The slide in the image uses an isocolon to create zeugma or antanaclasis (pun). Compare "To change the world, change who's designing it." Now consider the relation between the two micro-texts:
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Isocolon twice used, creating dramatic irony in the case of the tweet. Compare, "People design for themselves." Compare "To change the world, change who's designing it." Zeugma, or antanaclasis (pun).


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Isocolon twice used, creating dramatic irony in the case of the tweet. Compare, "People design for themselves." Compare "To change the world, change who's designing it." Zeugma, or antanaclasis (pun).
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Isocolon twice used, creating irony in the case of the tweet. Compare, "People design for themselves."
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Isocolon, creating irony in the case of the tweet. Compare, "People design for themselves."


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Isocolon, creating irony in the case of the tweet. Compare, "People design for themselves."
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Anaphora, creating irony in the case of the tweet.


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Anaphora, creating irony in the case of the tweet.
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Anaphora, creating irony in one case.
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Anaphora in the image text.


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Anaphora in the image text.


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- Method. Observing. Slippery distinctions.
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- Method


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- Exercise: Catalogue as many rhetorical tropes and schemes as you can observe in 30 mins. If you can't put a name to it, that's ok. Isolate it as a scheme or trope so we can look at it. Longaker pp 144-153. MoleskineText
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- Exercise: catalogue as many rhetorical tropes and schemes as you can observe in 30 mins. Longaker pp 144-153. MoleskineText


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- Exercise: catalogue as many rhetorical tropes and schemes as you can observe in 30 mins. Longaker pp 144-153. MoleskineText
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In-class exercise in identifying tropes and schemes.
- Method
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In-class exercise in identifying tropes and schemes. Method. MoleskineText


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Will be posted Weds or Thurs: Exercise in collecting tweets or GIFs that exemplify figures of thought (pp 153-156) Four figures, two examples of each.
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Exercise in collecting tweets or GIFs that exemplify figures of thought (pp 153-156) Four figures, two examples of each.


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==== for Tues Oct 25 ====
Exercise in collecting tweets or GIFs that exemplify figures of thought (pp 153-156) Four figures, two examples of each.


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In-class exercise in identifying tropes and schemes. Method. MoleskineText
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In-class exercise on figures of speech and thought. Method.
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In-class exercise on figures of speech and thought. Method.
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In-class exercise on figures of speech and thought.


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Read Longaker, Style, pp 136 - 156. Come with questions and ready to work in class with concepts of //register// (p 142ff) and //figures// , pp 144ff.
In-class exercise on figures of speech and thought.
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- Read Longaker, Style, pp 136 - 156. Come with questions and ready to work in class with concepts of //register// (p 142ff) and //figures// , pp 144ff.


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>>=== Style ===
{{image url="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/Capto_2016-10-18_09-24-50_AM.png" width="376px"}}
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>>=== Presentational Argument===
http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/Capto_2016-10-18_09-24-50_AM.png


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Encounter with an argument cap. The unstated warrant is carried by encountering the message at this place: A sidewalk outside of HS, leading to HMU. The stated warrant for a need to act is carried by "Limited Quantity !!!" and "still." The two phrases together also produce an argument for the value of the season tickets. [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/mcmorgan/29967427355/in/dateposted-public/ | On Flickr]]
{{image url="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20homepage%20static%2020%20Sep%202016%20.png" align="right" width="376px"}}
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AnthonyLien | ChristopherSanderson | DeanBrooks | GeorgeHede | GregoryButton | JacksonLindsey | MichelleThooft | MollyPayette | SamWasnuk | SarahSorensen | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
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==== for Tue 11 Oct ====
- **Project** PresentationalEnthymemesAndInequalityIs Site: http://inequality.is
- In class: informal presentation and discussion in class
- This project is comprehensive: building and drawing on the work we've done so far. Graded rather than points. Presented as notes, with comprehensive consideration rather than formal paper. Emphasis on //method//.
- Due by 6:00 am 11 Oct. I'd like to review your work to prepare for our meeting on the 11th.
==== by Fri 14 Oct dawn ====
- You can review and work further with PresentationalEnthymemesAndInequalityIs. The way to work this is to **follow the procedure laid out in the assignment**. Use headings. Use notes followed by concluding paragraphs.
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==== by Fri 14 Oct dawn ====
- You can review and work further with PresentationalEnthymemesAndInequalityIs. The way to work this is to **follow the procedure laid out in the assignment**. Use headings. Use notes followed by concluding paragraphs.
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- BSUHomepageAsArgument - Homepage as argument, part 1
- ... ellipsis as style
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- PresentationalEnthymemesOnGoogle
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- PresentationalEnthymemesOnGoogle. Google is involved in presentational enthymemes.


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- PresentationalEnthymemesOnGoogle. Google is involved in presentational enthymemes.
- NotesOnLongakerOnStyle
- NotesOnHistoricalLayersOfEnglish
== Argument ==
- PresentationalEnthymemesAndInequalityIs - project
== Style ==
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== Homepage as argument ==


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- In class: informal presentation and discussion in class
==== for Tue 18 Oct ====
- Read Longaker, Style, pp 136 - 156. Come with questions and ready to work in class with concepts of //register// (p 142ff) and //figures// , pp 144ff.


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- **Project** PresentationalEnthymemesAndInequalityIs Site: http://inequality.is
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- **Project** PresentationalEnthymemesAndInequalityIs http://inequality.is


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- Due by 6:00 am 11 Oct. I'd like to review your work to prepare for our meeting on the 11th.
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- Due Mon 10 Oct, midnight.


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- **Project** PresentationalEnthymemesAndInequalityIs http://inequality.is
- This project is comprehensive: building and drawing on the work we've done so far. Graded rather than points. Presented as notes, with comprehensive consideration rather than formal paper. Emphasis on //method//.
Deletions:
- **Project** addressing Presentational Enthymemes in http://inequality.is
- Comprehensive: building and drawing on the work we've done so far. Graded rather than points. Presented as notes, with comprehensive consideration rather than formal paper. Emphasis on //method//.
- I'll post the project by Thu 6 oct.


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==== for Tue 4 Oct ====
**update 1 Oct 2016**: Added a screencast of the Sep 27 homepage and a link to the Honors Council Lecture Series Lineup page. The webarchives are best to use for this. But the screencast is a good option.
**Due Tues morning so we can discuss what you found in class at 12:30 pm.**
- from 27 Sep: Argument, part 1: BSUHomepageAsArgument
- Argument, part 2: PresentationalEnthymemesAndTheBSUHomepage
- **First read** ATheoryOfPresentationalEnthymemes
- http://www.bemidjistate.edu
- Screencast of BSU Homepage on 20 Sep 2016, 10:00 am
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20full.mp4 | BSU Homepage large 20 Sep 2016]]
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20half.mp4 | BSU Homepage small 20 Sep 2016]]
- The Honors Lecture Series home page should be accessible through the 3rd of Oct.
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Home%20Page%20Sep%2027%202016.mp4 | Screencast of BSU Homepage of 27 Sep]]. Recorded 1 Oct. The only change since 27 Sep is in updates on the news panel.
- The [[http://www.bemidjistate.edu/news/2016/09/21/university-scholar-headlines-bsus-fall-honors-council-lecture-series-lineup/ | Fall Honors Council Lecture Series]] link in the Prof Wolf speech bubble.
**Webarchive versions of the BSU Homepage**
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/Bemidji%20State%20University%2027%20Sep.webarchive | BSU 27 Sep]].webarchive
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/Bemidji%20State%20University%2020%20Sep.webarchive | BSU 20 Sep]].webarchive
Mac: Click, and it might open in Safari. Otherwise, click to download the file, then drag the download to a Safari browser window.
Windows: You can download and install the Safari browser on Windows. Then click to download the file. Otherwise, try [[http://techin.oureverydaylife.com/open-webarchive-file-pc-32600.html | How to Open a Webarchive File on a PC]].


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- Comprehensive: building and drawing on the work we've done so far. Graded rather than points. Presented as notes, with comprehensive consideration rather than formal paper. Emphasis on //method//.
- Due Mon 10 Oct, midnight.
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- Comprehensive: building and drawing on the work we've done so far. Graded rather than points. Presented as notes, with comprehensive consideration rather than formal paper.
- Due Tue 11 Oct for discussion in class.


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- **Project** addressing Presentational Enthymemes in http://inequality.is
- Comprehensive: building and drawing on the work we've done so far. Graded rather than points. Presented as notes, with comprehensive consideration rather than formal paper.
- I'll post the project by Thu 6 oct.
- Due Tue 11 Oct for discussion in class.
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- To be posted wed 5 oct
- Project addressing Presentational Enthymemes.


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==== for Tue 11 Oct ====
- To be posted wed 5 oct
- Project addressing Presentational Enthymemes.


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- PresentationalEnthymemesOnGoogle. Looks like Google is involved in presentational enthymemes.


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- PresentationalEnthymemesOnGoogle. Looks like Google is involved in presentational enthymemes.
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PresentationalEnthymemesOnGoogle


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PresentationalEnthymemesOnGoogle


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- from 27 Sep: Argument, part 1: BSUHomepageAsArgument
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==== for Tue 27 Sep ====
- Read Longaker, chap 3: Argument, to p 80.
- Argument: Exercise: BSUHomepageAsArgument. **Due by Tue 27 Sep, 6:00 am, for discussion and working in class.**


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Exercises and Projects


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== Homepage as argument ==
- ATheoryOfPresentationalEnthymemes
- PresentationalEnthymemesAndTheBSUHomepage - Homepage as argument, part 2.
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- ATheoryOfPresentationalEnthymemes
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Exercises and Projects
- BSUHomepageAsArgument
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Projects
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**update 1 Oct 2016**: Added a screencast of the Sep 27 homepage and a link to the Honors Council Lecture Series Lineup page. The webarchives are best to use for this. But the screencast is a good option.
**Due Tues morning so we can discuss what you found in class at 12:30 pm.**
- The [[http://www.bemidjistate.edu/news/2016/09/21/university-scholar-headlines-bsus-fall-honors-council-lecture-series-lineup/ | Fall Honors Council Lecture Series]] link in the Prof Wolf speech bubble.
Deletions:
Due Tues morning so we can discuss what you found in class at 12:30 pm.
- The [[http://www.bemidjistate.edu/news/2016/09/21/university-scholar-headlines-bsus-fall-honors-council-lecture-series-lineup/ | Fall Honors Council Lecture link]]


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- The [[Fall Honors Council Lecture link | http://www.bemidjistate.edu/news/2016/09/21/university-scholar-headlines-bsus-fall-honors-council-lecture-series-lineup/]]


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- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Home%20Page%20Sep%2027%202016.mp4 | Screencast of BSU Homepage of 27 Sep]]. Recorded 1 Oct. The only change since 27 Sep is in updates on the news panel.
- The [[Fall Honors Council Lecture link | http://www.bemidjistate.edu/news/2016/09/21/university-scholar-headlines-bsus-fall-honors-council-lecture-series-lineup/]]
Deletions:
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Home%20Page%20Sep%2027%202016.mp4 | Screencast of BSU Homepage of 27 Sep]]. Recorded 1 Oct. The only change since 27 Sep is in updates on the news panel. The [[Fall Honors Council Lecture link | http://www.bemidjistate.edu/news/2016/09/21/university-scholar-headlines-bsus-fall-honors-council-lecture-series-lineup/]]


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- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Home%20Page%20Sep%2027%202016.mp4 | Screencast of BSU Homepage of 27 Sep]]. Recorded 1 Oct. The only change since 27 Sep is in updates on the news panel. The [[Fall Honors Council Lecture link | http://www.bemidjistate.edu/news/2016/09/21/university-scholar-headlines-bsus-fall-honors-council-lecture-series-lineup/]]


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Encounter with an argument cap. The unstated warrant is carried by encountering the message at this place: A sidewalk outside of HS, leading to HMU. The stated warrant for a need to act is carried by "Limited Quantity !!!" and "still." The two phrases together also produce an argument for the value of the season tickets. [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/mcmorgan/29967427355/in/dateposted-public/ | On Flickr]]
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The unstated warrant is carried by encountering the message at this place: A sidewalk outside of HS, leading to HMU. The stated warrant for a need to act is carried by "Limited Quantity !!!" and "still." The two phrases together also produce an argument for the value of the season tickets. [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/mcmorgan/29967427355/in/dateposted-public/ | On Flickr]]


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Due Tues morning so we can discuss what you found in class at 12:30 pm.


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- **First read** ATheoryOfPresentationalEnthymemes
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- First read ATheoryOfPresentationalEnthymemes


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- The Honors Lecture Series home page should be accessible through the 3rd of Oct.


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- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/Bemidji%20State%20University%2027%20Sep.webarchive | BSU 27 Sep]].webarchive
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/Bemidji%20State%20University%2020%20Sep.webarchive | BSU 20 Sep]].webarchive
Windows: You can download and install the Safari browser on Windows. Then click to download the file. Otherwise, try [[http://techin.oureverydaylife.com/open-webarchive-file-pc-32600.html | How to Open a Webarchive File on a PC]].
Deletions:
Windows: You can download and install the Safari browser on Windows. Click to download the file. Otherwise, try [[http://techin.oureverydaylife.com/open-webarchive-file-pc-32600.html | How to Open a Webarchive File on a PC]].
[[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/Bemidji%20State%20University%2027%20Sep.webarchive | BSU 27 Sep]].webarchive
[[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/Bemidji%20State%20University%2020%20Sep.webarchive | BSU 20 Sep]].webarchive


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**Webarchive versions of the BSU Homepage**
Windows: You can download and install the Safari browser on Windows. Click to download the file. Otherwise, try [[http://techin.oureverydaylife.com/open-webarchive-file-pc-32600.html | How to Open a Webarchive File on a PC]].
Deletions:
==== Webarchive versions ====
Windows: Click to download the file. Refer to [[http://techin.oureverydaylife.com/open-webarchive-file-pc-32600.html | How to Open a Webarchive File on a PC]].


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- BSUHomepageAsArgument - part 2 - PresentationalEnthymemesAndTheBSUHomepage


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- First read ATheoryOfPresentationalEnthymemes


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- BSUHomepageAsArgument - part 2 - PresentationalEnthymemesAndTheBSUHomepage
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- BSUHomepageAsArgument - part 2. Part 2 will be posted Wed 28 Sep.


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==== for Tue 4 Oct ====
- BSUHomepageAsArgument - part 2. Part 2 will be posted Wed 28 Sep.


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The unstated warrant is carried by encountering the message at this place: A sidewalk outside of HS, leading to HMU. The stated warrant for a need to act is carried by "Limited Quantity !!!" and "still." The two phrases together also produce an argument for the value of the season tickets. [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/mcmorgan/29967427355/in/dateposted-public/ | On Flickr]]
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The unstated warrant is carried by encountering the message at this place: A sidewalk outside of HS, leading to HMU. The stated warrant for a need to act is carried by "Limited Quantity !!!" and "still." The two phrases together also produce an argument for the value of the season tickets. [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/mcmorgan/29967427355/in/dateposted-public/ | On Flickr).


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The unstated warrant is carried by encountering the message at this place: A sidewalk outside of HS, leading to HMU. The stated warrant for a need to act is carried by "Limited Quantity !!!" and "still." The two phrases together also produce an argument for the value of the season tickets. [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/mcmorgan/29967427355/in/dateposted-public/ | On Flickr).
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The unstated warrant is carried by encountering the message at this place: A sidewalk outside of HS, leading to HMU. The stated warrant for a need to act is carried by "Limited Quantity !!!" and "still." This also carries an argument for the value of the
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The warrant is carried by encountering the message at this place: sidewalk outside of HS, leading to HMU. The warrant for a need to act is carried by "Quantities Limited !!!".


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>>=== Presentational Argument===
The warrant is carried by encountering the message at this place: sidewalk outside of HS, leading to HMU. The warrant for a need to act is carried by "Quantities Limited !!!".
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>>=== What Makes This Rhetorical?===
Presentational Argument


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Presentational Argument
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{{image url="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/1960s%20Computerized%20Desk%20.png" align="right" width="376px"}}
A persuasion of values. Deliberative rhetoric in visual depiction. Deliberative discourse is focused on the future, what will happen, choices that can be made for the future. The argument: Material things might change, but relationships will stay the same. Mom, a desk, homework to do while friends call to play outside.


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Mac: Click, and it might open in Safari. Otherwise, click to download the file, then drag the download to a Safari browser window.
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Mac: Click, and it might open in Safarie. Otherwise, click to download the file, then drag the download to a Safari browser window.


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Mac: Click, and it might open in Safarie. Otherwise, click to download the file, then drag the download to a Safari browser window.
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Mac: Click to download the file, then drag it to a Safari browser window.


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==== Webarchive versions ====
Mac: Click to download the file, then drag it to a Safari browser window.
Windows: Click to download the file. Refer to [[http://techin.oureverydaylife.com/open-webarchive-file-pc-32600.html | How to Open a Webarchive File on a PC]].


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[[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/Bemidji%20State%20University%2027%20Sep.webarchive | BSU 27 Sep]].webarchive
[[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/Bemidji%20State%20University%2020%20Sep.webarchive | BSU 20 Sep]].webarchive


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- Argument: Exercise: BSUHomepageAsArgument. **Due by Tue 27 Sep, 6:00 am, for discussion and working in class.**
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- Argument: Exercise: BSUHomepageAsArgument


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- Argument: Exercise: BSUHomepageAsArgument
- Screencast of BSU Homepage on 20 Sep 2016, 10:00 am
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20full.mp4 | BSU Homepage large 20 Sep 2016]]
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20half.mp4 | BSU Homepage small 20 Sep 2016]]
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- Argument: Exercise will be posted ++Wed, 21 Sep++ Fri 23 Sep. BSUHomepageAsArgument
Screencast of BSU Homepage on 20 Sep 2016, 10:00 am
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20full.mp4 | BSU Homepage large 20 Sep 2016]]
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20half.mp4 | BSU Homepage small 20 Sep 2016]]


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- LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit
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==== by Mon 19 Sep, midnight ====
- LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit This is an exercise in close observing and recording those observations, as a way of coming to understand the //textualized rhetorical situation.// Give yourself at least an hour or two of close consideration. There is no virtue in speed and brevity in observing. Keep Longaker, pp 11-17 at hand.
- The idea of the rhetorical situation can be puzzling at first, but **work through the exercise.** That's how you come to master the concept. We'll look things over closely on Tuesday.
==== Tue 20 Sep ====
- In class, we'll look at what we can do with your work with the tweet from Bell.


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- Read Longaker, chap 3: Argument, to p 80.
- Argument: Exercise will be posted ++Wed, 21 Sep++ Fri 23 Sep. BSUHomepageAsArgument
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- Argument: Exercise will be posted Wed, 21 Sep. Longaker, chap 3: Argument, to p 80.


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{{image url="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20homepage%20static%2020%20Sep%202016%20.png" align="right" width="376px"}}
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20full.mp4 | BSU Homepage large 20 Sep 2016]]
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20half.mp4 | BSU Homepage small 20 Sep 2016]]
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- To see comments and points on exercises: Use d2l > Assessments > User Progress > Grades.
- in class, we'll discuss what we have so far and decide what concepts from Argument we'll use to analyze the BSU Homepage for argument.
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20full.mp4 | BSU Homepage large ]]
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20half.mp4 | BSU Homepage small]]


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- in class, we'll discuss what we have so far and decide what concepts from Argument we'll use to analyze the BSU Homepage for argument.


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- To see comments and points on exercises: Use d2l > Assessments > User Progress > Grades.


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- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20full.mp4 | BSU Homepage large ]]
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20half.mp4 | BSU Homepage small]]
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- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20full.mp4 | BSU Homepage large 20 Sep 2016]]
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20half.mp4 | BSU Homepage small 20 Sep 2016]]


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==== for Tue 27 Sep ====
- Argument: Exercise will be posted Wed, 21 Sep. Longaker, chap 3: Argument, to p 80.
- http://www.bemidjistate.edu
Screencast of BSU Homepage on 20 Sep 2016, 10:00 am
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20full.mp4 | BSU Homepage large 20 Sep 2016]]
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20half.mp4 | BSU Homepage small 20 Sep 2016]]
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[[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20full.mp4 | BSU Homepage large 20 Sep 2016]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20half.mp4 | BSU Homepage small 20 Sep 2016]]


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[[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20full.mp4 | BSU Homepage large 20 Sep 2016]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20half.mp4 | BSU Homepage small 20 Sep 2016]]
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[[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20full.mp4 | BSU Homepage 20 Sep 2016]]
[[https://www.dropbox.com/s/t6ft2btb08stb6y/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20full.mp4?dl=0 | BSU Homepage large]]
[[https://www.dropbox.com/s/uaz57lx8wdd0ldq/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20%281%29.mp4?dl=0 | BSU Homepage 50%]]


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[[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20full.mp4 | BSU Homepage 20 Sep 2016]]
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[[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016.mov | BSU Homepage 20 Sep 2016]] .mov


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[[https://www.dropbox.com/s/t6ft2btb08stb6y/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20full.mp4?dl=0 | BSU Homepage large]]
[[https://www.dropbox.com/s/uaz57lx8wdd0ldq/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016%20%281%29.mp4?dl=0 | BSU Homepage 50%]]


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[[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016.mov | BSU Homepage 20 Sep 2016]] .mov
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[[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016.mov | BSU Homepage 20 Sep 2016]]


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[[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/BSU%20Homepage%2020%20Sep%202016.mov | BSU Homepage 20 Sep 2016]]


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- The idea of the rhetorical situation can be puzzling at first, but **work through the exercise.** That's how you come to master the concept. We'll look things over closely on Tuesday.
- OverviewOfRhetoricalMessages
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- OverviewOfRhetoricalMessages


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==== by Mon 19 Sep, midnight ====
==== Tue 20 Sep ====
- In class, we'll look at what we can do with your work with the tweet from Bell.
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==== for Mon 19 Sep ====


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- OverviewOfRhetoricalMessages
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- - OverviewOfRhetoricalMessages


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==== for Mon 19 Sep ====
- LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit This is an exercise in close observing and recording those observations, as a way of coming to understand the //textualized rhetorical situation.// Give yourself at least an hour or two of close consideration. There is no virtue in speed and brevity in observing. Keep Longaker, pp 11-17 at hand.
- - OverviewOfRhetoricalMessages
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==== Tue 13 Sep ====
Getting back on track in E-Rhetoric
- Develop notes for these two chapters. I'd recommend doing it in one page: NotesChap1And2 - followed by your 3 initials. For advice, refer to AndByNotesIMean
- Tidy up your page from the experiments you've been making.
- Please include an email link to make it easy to contact you directly.
- **In class - Rhetoric, rhetorical analysis, and WhatMakesThisRhetorical2016**
==== Fri 16 Sep am ====
- I'll post an exercise to work with over the week. Due Mon, midnight. We'll look at your work with the exercise in class on 20 Sep.
- OverviewOfRhetoricalMessages


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- **In class - Rhetoric, rhetorical analysis, and WhatMakesThisRhetorical2016**
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- In class - Rhetoric, rhetorical analysis, and WhatMakesThisRhetorical2016


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==== Tue 13 Sep ====
==== Fri 16 Sep am ====
- TheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation
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==== 13 Sep ====
==== 15 Sep ====


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- In class - Rhetoric, rhetorical analysis, and WhatMakesThisRhetorical2016
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- In class - Rhetoric, rhetorical analysis, and WhatMakesThisRhetoricalReprise


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- In class - Rhetoric, rhetorical analysis, and WhatMakesThisRhetoricalReprise
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- In class - Rhetoric, rhetorical analysis, and [[WhatMakesThisRhetorical | Start Seeing Motorcylces]]
- Read Longaker, Chap 1 and 2, to p 21.


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- OverviewOfRhetoricalMessages


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==== 15 Sep ====
- I'll post an exercise to work with over the week. Due Mon, midnight. We'll look at your work with the exercise in class on 20 Sep.


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- In class - Rhetoric, rhetorical analysis, and [[WhatMakesThisRhetorical | Start Seeing Motorcylces]]
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- In class - Rhetoric, the textualized situation, and [[WhatMakesThisRhetorical | Start Seeing Motorcylces]]


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- In class - Rhetoric, the textualized situation, and [[WhatMakesThisRhetorical | Start Seeing Motorcylces]]
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- In class - Rhetoric, the textualized situation, and WhatMakesThisRhetorical?


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==== 13 Sep ====
Getting back on track in E-Rhetoric
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==== 6 Sep: No Day Classes ====
It looks like **a long Labor Day weekend**. The Academic Calendar shows that classes do not meet on 6 Sep. So we'll meet 13 Sep to get started with chapters 1 and 2, and analyzing the rhetorical situation.
=== ++for Tue 30 Aug++++ 6 Sep++ 13 Sep ===


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It looks like **a long Labor Day weekend**. The Academic Calendar shows that classes do not meet on 6 Sep. So we'll meet 13 Sep to get started with chapters 1 and 2, and analyzing the rhetorical situation.
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It looks like **a long Labor Day weekend**. The BSC Academic Calendar shows that classes do not meet on 6 Sep. So we'll meet 13 Sep to get started with chapters 1 and 2, and analyzing the rhetorical situation.


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It looks like **a long Labor Day weekend**. The BSC Academic Calendar shows that classes do not meet on 6 Sep. So we'll meet 13 Sep to get started with chapters 1 and 2, and analyzing the rhetorical situation.
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Looks like a long Labor Day weekend. Day classes do not meet on 6 Sep, so we'll meet 13 Sep to get started with chapters 1 and 2, and analyzing the rhetorical situation.


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Looks like a long Labor Day weekend. Day classes do not meet on 6 Sep, so we'll meet 13 Sep to get started with chapters 1 and 2, and analyzing the rhetorical situation.
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Looks like a long Labor Day weekend. Day classes do not meet on 6 Sep, so we'll meet 13 Sep** to get started with chapters 1 and 2, and analyzing the rhetorical situation.


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==== 6 Sep: No Day Classes ====
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==== 6 Sep: No Day Classes ===


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==== 6 Sep: No Day Classes ===
Looks like a long Labor Day weekend. Day classes do not meet on 6 Sep, so we'll meet 13 Sep** to get started with chapters 1 and 2, and analyzing the rhetorical situation.
=== ++for Tue 30 Aug++++ 6 Sep++ 13 Sep ===
Deletions:
==== Class cancelled for 30 Aug====
I have a family emergency and have to cancel our face to face class today.
If you haven't already, develop notes for chaps 1 and 2, to p 21. Go to your wiki name page, get into the edit mode, then create a new wiki page by adding a page title. Call it NotesChap1And2 - followed by your 3 initials. NotesChap1And2MCM, for instance. I'll send out a reminder closer to time to develop notes.
We'll **meet as scheduled next Tue 6 Sep** to get started with chapters 1 and 2, and analyzing the rhetorical situation.
=== ++for Tue 30 Aug++ 6 Sep ===


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A persuasion of values. Deliberative rhetoric in visual depiction. Deliberative discourse is focused on the future, what will happen, choices that can be made for the future. The argument: Material things might change, but relationships will stay the same. Mom, a desk, homework to do while friends call to play outside.
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A persuasion of values. Deliberative rhetoric in the visual depiction. Deliberative discourse is focused on the future, what will happen, choices that can be made for the future. The argument: Material things might change, but relationships will stay the same. Mom, a desk, homework to do while friends call to play outside.


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A persuasion of values. Deliberative rhetoric in the visual depiction. Deliberative discourse is focused on the future, what will happen, choices that can be made for the future. The argument: Material things might change, but relationships will stay the same. Mom, a desk, homework to do while friends call to play outside.
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A persuasion of values. Deliberative rhetoric in the visual depiction. Deliberative discourse is focused on the future, what will happen, choices that can be made for the future.


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A persuasion of values. Deliberative rhetoric in the visual depiction. Deliberative discourse is focused on the future, what will happen, choices that can be made for the future.
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>>=== What Makes This Rhetorical?===
{{image url="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/1960s%20Computerized%20Desk%20.png" align="right" width="376px"}}
Persuasion of values
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>>=== Visual Argument in the Target Weekly Flyer===
{{image url="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/Capto%202016-05-22_06-49-58_PM.png" align="right" width="376px"}} Published for Memorial Weekend 2016


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If you haven't already, develop notes for chaps 1 and 2, to p 21. Go to your wiki name page, get into the edit mode, then create a new wiki page by adding a page title. Call it NotesChap1And2 - followed by your 3 initials. NotesChap1And2MCM, for instance. I'll send out a reminder closer to time to develop notes.
Deletions:
If you haven't already, develop notes for chaps 1 and 2, to p 21. Take notes on these chapters. Go to your wiki name page, get into the edit mode, then create a new wiki page by adding a page title. Call it NotesChap1And2 - followed by your 3 initials. NotesChap1And2MCM, for instance. I'll send out a reminder closer to time to develop notes.


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- Develop notes for these two chapters. I'd recommend doing it in one page: NotesChap1And2 - followed by your 3 initials. For advice, refer to AndByNotesIMean
- Tidy up your page from the experiments you've been making.
- Please include an email link to make it easy to contact you directly.
Deletions:
**Advice**: Get some practice in. Take notes on these chapters for your use. Go to your wiki name page, get into the edit mode, then create a new wiki page by adding a page title. Call it NotesChap1And2 - followed by your 3 initials. NotesChap1And2MCM, for instance. When you save, the title will be an open link. Click it, and it should go to a text editing space Work with what you're reading in Longaker. Expect to refine these notes on our next meeting. Use headings to organize things. Add examples and cases, and problematic cases. Add links. Embed content images. ... Refer to GettingStarted for formatting and embedding images. For advice, refer to AndByNotesIMean


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I have a family emergency and have to cancel our face to face class today.
If you haven't already, develop notes for chaps 1 and 2, to p 21. Take notes on these chapters. Go to your wiki name page, get into the edit mode, then create a new wiki page by adding a page title. Call it NotesChap1And2 - followed by your 3 initials. NotesChap1And2MCM, for instance. I'll send out a reminder closer to time to develop notes.
Deletions:
I have a family emergency and have to cancel our face to face class today. No assignment for the week. If you haven't already, develop those notes for chaps 1 and 2, to p 21. Take notes on these chapters for your use. Go to your wiki name page, get into the edit mode, then create a new wiki page by adding a page title. Call it NotesChap1And2 - followed by your 3 initials. NotesChap1And2MCM, for instance.


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I have a family emergency and have to cancel our face to face class today. No assignment for the week. If you haven't already, develop those notes for chaps 1 and 2, to p 21. Take notes on these chapters for your use. Go to your wiki name page, get into the edit mode, then create a new wiki page by adding a page title. Call it NotesChap1And2 - followed by your 3 initials. NotesChap1And2MCM, for instance.
We'll **meet as scheduled next Tue 6 Sep** to get started with chapters 1 and 2, and analyzing the rhetorical situation.
Deletions:
I have a family emergency and have to cancel our face to face class today. No assignment for the week. If you haven't already, develop those notes for chaps 1 and 2, to p 21. We'll **meet as scheduled next Tue 6 Sep** to get started with chapters 1 and 2, and analyzing the rhetorical situation.


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==== Class cancelled for 30 Aug====
I have a family emergency and have to cancel our face to face class today. No assignment for the week. If you haven't already, develop those notes for chaps 1 and 2, to p 21. We'll **meet as scheduled next Tue 6 Sep** to get started with chapters 1 and 2, and analyzing the rhetorical situation.
Deletions:
==== Update: Tue 30 Aug ====
=== Class cancelled for today ===
I have a family emergency and have to cancel our face to face class today. No assignment for the week. We'll meet as scheduled next Tue 6 Sep to get started with chapters 1 and 2, and analyzing the rhetorical situation.


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==== Update: Tue 30 Aug ====
=== Class cancelled for today ===
I have a family emergency and have to cancel our face to face class today. No assignment for the week. We'll meet as scheduled next Tue 6 Sep to get started with chapters 1 and 2, and analyzing the rhetorical situation.
=== ++for Tue 30 Aug++ 6 Sep ===
Deletions:
**update 26 Aug 2016**. Looks like everybody has registered and set up a wiki name page. You might want to visit the neighbors. Go to each wiki name page, have a look, and you can leave a comment by clicking the New Comment button in the footer of the page. Check for Recent Comments by using the [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=RecentlyCommented | Recently Commented]] link in the navigation bar at the top of each page. Wikis aren't really made for discussion, but they handle the basics.
=== Thu 25 Aug ===
- Questions? Post them them in the Comments section of the CourseStatement page.
- **Deadline**: The SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise due by **Fri 25 Aug 9:00 am**. You should be registered on the wiki, have some practice in, and have a wiki name page set up by this time.
=== for Tue 30 Aug ===
=== next ===
- exercise in observing and describing. I'll post by R class time. Start by Friday. Finish for face to face meeting on T.
- exercise in considering the textualized rhetorical situation: the rhetorical situation is inferable from the elements of the artifact


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- In class - Rhetoric, the textualized situation, and WhatMakesThisRhetorical?
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- In class - Rhetoric, the textualized situation, and WhatMakeThisRhetorical?


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- In class - Rhetoric, the textualized situation, and WhatMakeThisRhetorical?
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- In class - Rhetoric, the textualized situation, and What makes this rhetorical?


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- exercise in observing and describing. I'll post by R class time. Start by Friday. Finish for face to face meeting on T.
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- exercise in observing and describing


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=== next ===
- exercise in observing and describing
- exercise in considering the textualized rhetorical situation: the rhetorical situation is inferable from the elements of the artifact


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=====This is a new head=====
ThisIsANewPage


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**update 26 Aug 2016**. Looks like everybody has registered and set up a wiki name page. You might want to visit the neighbors. Go to each wiki name page, have a look, and you can leave a comment by clicking the New Comment button in the footer of the page. Check for Recent Comments by using the [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=RecentlyCommented | Recently Commented]] link in the navigation bar at the top of each page. Wikis aren't really made for discussion, but they handle the basics.
Deletions:
**update 26 Aug 2016**. Looks like everybody has registered and set up a wiki name page. You might want to visit the neighbors. Go to each wiki name page, have a look, and you can leave a comment by clicking the Comment button at the bottom of the page. Check for Recent Comments by using the [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=RecentlyCommented | Recently Commented]] link at the top of each page. Wikis aren't really made for discussion, but they handle the basics.


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**Advice**: Get some practice in. Take notes on these chapters for your use. Go to your wiki name page, get into the edit mode, then create a new wiki page by adding a page title. Call it NotesChap1And2 - followed by your 3 initials. NotesChap1And2MCM, for instance. When you save, the title will be an open link. Click it, and it should go to a text editing space Work with what you're reading in Longaker. Expect to refine these notes on our next meeting. Use headings to organize things. Add examples and cases, and problematic cases. Add links. Embed content images. ... Refer to GettingStarted for formatting and embedding images. For advice, refer to AndByNotesIMean
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**Advice**: Get some practice in. Take notes on these chapters for your use. Start a new wiki page (Call it NotesChap1And2 - followed by your 3 initials. NotesChap1And2MCM, for instance) and work with what you're reading in Longaker. Expect to refine these notes on our next meeting. Use headings to organize things. Add examples and cases, and problematic cases. Add links. Embed content images. ... Refer to GettingStarted for formatting and embedding images. For advice, refer to AndByNotesIMean


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**update 26 Aug 2016**. Looks like everybody has registered and set up a wiki name page. You might want to visit the neighbors. Go to each wiki name page, have a look, and you can leave a comment by clicking the Comment button at the bottom of the page. Check for Recent Comments by using the [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=RecentlyCommented | Recently Commented]] link at the top of each page. Wikis aren't really made for discussion, but they handle the basics.


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=== Tue 23 Aug: Start Up===
We'll use the first couple weeks of the course getting set up, developing a method for taking notes, and establishing a pace for exercises.
- Intros
- CourseStatement
- Text: Longaker and Walker.
- Intro to wiki, and assignment to SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise. Due **Fri 25 Aug 9:00 am**.
- Schedule yourself to be posting notes before class on Tuesdays, and on Thursdays. I'll review new material on Friday mornings.
- If you have questions on the course statement or the course, post them in the Comments at the bottom of the CourseStatement page.
- Comments on taking notes.


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**Advice**: Get some practice in. Take notes on these chapters for your use. Start a new wiki page (Call it NotesChap1And2 - followed by your 3 initials. NotesChap1And2MCM, for instance) and work with what you're reading in Longaker. Expect to refine these notes on our next meeting. Use headings to organize things. Add examples and cases, and problematic cases. Add links. Embed content images. ... Refer to GettingStarted for formatting and embedding images. For advice, refer to AndByNotesIMean
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**Advice**: Get some practice in. Take notes on these chapters for your use. Start a new wiki page (Call it NotesChap1And2 - followed by your 3 initials. NotesChap1And2MCM, for instance) and work with what you're reading in Longaker. Expect to refine these notes on our next meeting. Use headings to organize things. Add examples and cases, and problematic cases. Add links. Embed content images. ... Refer to GettingStarted for formatting and embedding images.
For other advice, refer to AndByNotesIMean


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For other advice, refer to AndByNotesIMean


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**Advice**: Get some practice in. Take notes on these chapters for your use. Start a new wiki page (Call it NotesChap1And2 - followed by your 3 initials. NotesChap1And2MCM, for instance) and work with what you're reading in Longaker. Expect to refine these notes on our next meeting. Use headings to organize things. Add examples and cases, and problematic cases. Add links. Embed content images. ... Refer to GettingStarted for formatting and embedding images.
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**Advice**: Get some practice in. Take notes on these chapters for your use. Start a new wiki page (Call it NotesChap1And2 - followed by your 3 initials. NotesChap1And2MCM, for instance) and work with what you're reading in Longaker. Expect to refine these notes on our next meeting. Use headings to organize things. Add examples and cases, and problematic cases. Add links. Embed content images. ...


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- Read Longaker, Chap 1 and 2, to p 21.
**Advice**: Get some practice in. Take notes on these chapters for your use. Start a new wiki page (Call it NotesChap1And2 - followed by your 3 initials. NotesChap1And2MCM, for instance) and work with what you're reading in Longaker. Expect to refine these notes on our next meeting. Use headings to organize things. Add examples and cases, and problematic cases. Add links. Embed content images. ...
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- Read Longaker, Chap 1 and 2, to p 21.
- **Advice**: Take notes on these chapters for your use. Start a new wiki page (Call it NotesChap1And2 - followed by your 3 initials. NotesChap1And2MCM, for instance) and work with what you're reading in Longaker. Expect to refine these notes on our next meeting.


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- **Advice**: Take notes on these chapters for your use. Start a new wiki page (Call it NotesChap1And2 - followed by your 3 initials. NotesChap1And2MCM, for instance) and work with what you're reading in Longaker. Expect to refine these notes on our next meeting.
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- Advice: Take notes on these chapters for your use. Start a new wiki page (NotesChap1and2 - followed by your initials) and work with what you're reading in Longaker. Expect to refine these notes on our next meeting.


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- Comments on taking notes.
- Read Longaker, Chap 1 and 2, to p 21.
- Advice: Take notes on these chapters for your use. Start a new wiki page (NotesChap1and2 - followed by your initials) and work with what you're reading in Longaker. Expect to refine these notes on our next meeting.
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- Keeping notes
- Read Longaker, Chap 1 and 2, to p 21.


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- Schedule yourself to be posting notes before class on Tuesdays, and on Thursdays. I'll review new material on Friday mornings.
- Keeping notes
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- Schedule yourself to be posting notes before class on Tuesdays, and on Thursdays. I'll review things on Friday morning.


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- Intro to wiki, and assignment to SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise. Due **Fri 25 Aug 9:00 am**.
- In class - Rhetoric, the textualized situation, and What makes this rhetorical?
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- Intro to wiki, and assignment to SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise / ERhetStartUp page
- In class - Rhetoric, the textualized situation, what makes this rhetorical?


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- Intro to wiki, and assignment to SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise / ERhetStartUp page
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===== under revision for fall 2016 until Aug 22 =====
- Face to face: Intro to wiki, and assignment to SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise / ERhetStartUp page


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- In class - Rhetoric, the textualized situation, what makes this rhetorical?
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- Text: Longaker and Walker.
=== for Tue 30 Aug ===
- Read Longaker, Chap 1 and 2, to p 21.
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- Text: Longaker and Walker


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We'll use the first couple weeks of the course getting set up, developing a method for taking notes, and establishing a pace for exercises.
- Schedule yourself to be posting notes before class on Tuesdays, and on Thursdays. I'll review things on Friday morning.
- If you have questions on the course statement or the course, post them in the Comments at the bottom of the CourseStatement page.
Deletions:
We'll spend the couple weeks of the course getting set up, developing a method for taking notes, and establishing a pace for exercises.
- All: If you have questions on the course statement or the course, post them in the Comments at the bottom of the CourseStatement page.


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- Use RecentlyCommented at the top of the page to check on FAQs.
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- Use RecentComments at the top of the page to check on FAQs.


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==== for fall 2016 ====
**Links and a rhetoric of the link**. Burbules, et al. BurbulesHandlistOfLinks, Hyperlinks. How links are used rhetorically. Categories as navigation. Figures and tropes.
**Rhetorical Devices to Keep Attention**
**Rhetorical Analysis of [[http://inequality.is | inequality.is]]** Sound, sequence, image.
**Procedural rhetoric and video games**. Bogost, et al. How video games persuade, prompt desired actions, forbid others.
**Rhetorical analyses of UX: User Experience**. Interfaces are not designed to facilitate but to facilitate in particular ways. An interface becomes a site of persuasion. Think moving through Target. Think moving through campus. Think of the ease and attractiveness of using the book interface. On the web, much of this rhetorical work is done by the nav elements of web sites. We can see how effective the rhetoric is when users suggest a site is "easy to navigate" 0r "intuitive." These responses suggest that the user is suggesting, "I already fit into these groups, and I'm willing to be part of this structure." We shape experience by shaping environments.


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=== Tue 23 Aug: Start Up===
We'll spend the couple weeks of the course getting set up, developing a method for taking notes, and establishing a pace for exercises.
- Intros
- CourseStatement
- Text: Longaker and Walker
- Face to face: Intro to wiki, and assignment to SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise / ERhetStartUp page
- All: If you have questions on the course statement or the course, post them in the Comments at the bottom of the CourseStatement page.
=== Thu 25 Aug ===
- Questions? Post them them in the Comments section of the CourseStatement page.
- **Deadline**: The SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise due by **Fri 25 Aug 9:00 am**. You should be registered on the wiki, have some practice in, and have a wiki name page set up by this time.


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**Rhetorical Analysis of [[http://inequality.is | inequality.is]]** Sound, sequence, image.
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**Rhetorical Analysis of [[http://inequality.is | inequality.is]]


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**Rhetorical Devices to Keep Attention**
**Rhetorical Analysis of [[http://inequality.is | inequality.is]]


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>>=== Visual Argument in the Target Weekly Flyer===
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>>=== Another Look at Ethos===


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- WhatMakesThisRhetoricalMorgansNotes
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- TheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation
- NotesOnTheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation
- NotesOnLongakerOnStyle
- NotesOnHistoricalLayersOfEnglish
- ArgumentInTwoWebSites
- DebriefingBSUFirstPass
- SecondPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites
- StyleInMicroMessages


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==== Capstone Project: Andrea Nadeau & Whitney Jackson ====
AndreaNadeauCapstone
WhitneyJacksonCapstone
=== 5 Dec 2015 ===
- The final online exercise - WhatMakesThisRhetoricalRepriseOnLine - is up to view. Eligible students have been emailed a link to the artifact to work with.
=== Tue 8 Dec ===
- Course evaluation. This will be online. I will email the link to everyone in class.


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===== under revision for fall 2016 until Aug 22 =====
== Announcements ==
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===== under revision for fall 2016 until Aug 22 ====
==== Announcements ====


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==ENGL 3179-5179 Fall 2016==
===== under revision for fall 2016 until Aug 22 ====
==== for fall 2016 ====
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==ENGL 3179-5179 Fall 2015==
=== for fall 2016 ===


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**Rhetorical analyses of UX: User Experience**. Interfaces are not designed to facilitate but to facilitate in particular ways. An interface becomes a site of persuasion. Think moving through Target. Think moving through campus. Think of the ease and attractiveness of using the book interface. On the web, much of this rhetorical work is done by the nav elements of web sites. We can see how effective the rhetoric is when users suggest a site is "easy to navigate" 0r "intuitive." These responses suggest that the user is suggesting, "I already fit into these groups, and I'm willing to be part of this structure." We shape experience by shaping environments.
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**A rhetoric of UX: User Experience**. Interfaces are not designed to facilitate but to facilitate in particular ways. An interface becomes a site of persuasion. Think moving through Target. Think moving through campus. Think of the ease and attractiveness of using the book interface. On the web, much of this rhetorical work is done by the nav elements of web sites. We can see how effective the rhetoric is when users suggest a site is "easy to navigate" 0r "intuitive." These responses suggest that the user is suggesting, "I already fit into these groups, and I'm willing to be part of this structure." We shape experience by shaping environments.


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**A rhetoric of UX: User Experience**. Interfaces are not designed to facilitate but to facilitate in particular ways. An interface becomes a site of persuasion. Think moving through Target. Think moving through campus. Think of the ease and attractiveness of using the book interface. On the web, much of this rhetorical work is done by the nav elements of web sites. We can see how effective the rhetoric is when users suggest a site is "easy to navigate" 0r "intuitive." These responses suggest that the user is suggesting, "I already fit into these groups, and I'm willing to be part of this structure." We shape experience by shaping environments.
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**A rhetoric of UX: User Experience**. The interface is designed not to facilitate but to facilitate in particular ways. It becomes a site of persuasion. Think moving through Target. Think moving through campus. We shape experience by shaping environments.


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**Links and a rhetoric of the link**. Burbules, et al. BurbulesHandlistOfLinks, Hyperlinks. How links are used rhetorically. Categories as navigation. Figures and tropes.
**Procedural rhetoric and video games**. Bogost, et al. How video games persuade, prompt desired actions, forbid others.
**A rhetoric of UX: User Experience**. The interface is designed not to facilitate but to facilitate in particular ways. It becomes a site of persuasion. Think moving through Target. Think moving through campus. We shape experience by shaping environments.
Deletions:
Links and a rhetoric of the link. Burbules, et al. BurbulesHandlistOfLinks, Hyperlinks. How links are used rhetorically. Categories as navigation. Figures and tropes.
Procedural rhetoric and video games. Bogost, et al. How video games persuade, prompt desired actions, forbid others.
A rhetoric of UX: User Experience. The interface is designed not to facilitate but to facilitate in particular ways. It becomes a site of persuasion. Think moving through Target. Think moving through campus. We shape experience by shaping environments.


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Links and a rhetoric of the link. Burbules, et al. BurbulesHandlistOfLinks, Hyperlinks. How links are used rhetorically. Categories as navigation. Figures and tropes.
Procedural rhetoric and video games. Bogost, et al. How video games persuade, prompt desired actions, forbid others.
A rhetoric of UX: User Experience. The interface is designed not to facilitate but to facilitate in particular ways. It becomes a site of persuasion. Think moving through Target. Think moving through campus. We shape experience by shaping environments.
Deletions:
- Links and a rhetoric of the link. Burbules, et al. BurbulesHandlistOfLinks, Hyperlinks.
- Procedural Rhetoric and Video Games. Bogost et al.


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- Links and a rhetoric of the link. Burbules, et al. BurbulesHandlistOfLinks, Hyperlinks.
- Procedural Rhetoric and Video Games. Bogost et al.
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Links and a rhetoric of the link. Burbules, et al. BurbulesHandlistOfLinks, Hyperlinks.
Procedural Rhetoric and Video Games. Bogost et al.


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=== for fall 2016 ===
Links and a rhetoric of the link. Burbules, et al. BurbulesHandlistOfLinks, Hyperlinks.
Procedural Rhetoric and Video Games. Bogost et al.
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Earlier announcements on the CourseSyllabus page


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==== Capstone Project: Andrea Nadeau & Whitney Jackson ====


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"So pure, so wholesome, you can even give it to babies and feel good about it." [[http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/protfam_prfad02131/ Duke University Libraries Digital Collections]]


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"So pure, so wholesome, you can even give it to babies and feel good about it." [[http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/protfam_prfad02131/ Duke University Libraries Digital Collections]]


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"So pure, so wholesome, you can even give it to babies and feel good about it." [[http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/protfam_prfad02131/ Duke University Libraries Digital Collections]]


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- NotesOnLongakerOnStyle
- NotesOnHistoricalLayersOfEnglish


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=== 5 Dec 2015 ===
- The final online exercise - WhatMakesThisRhetoricalRepriseOnLine - is up to view. Eligible students have been emailed a link to the artifact to work with.
=== Tue 8 Dec ===
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==== Tue 8 Dec ====


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==== Week of Dec 1 - 8 ====
I've reviewed and commented on your work with StyleInMicroMessages. Superb!
- On-campus students: Attend Tues 1 Dec for an in-class final exercise: WhatMakesThisRhetoricalReprise
=== Grad Students ===
I've been ill this week, and that has slowed down reviewing any new work and getting the final exercise out to you.
**The final exercise is coming** Friday or Saturday morning, and will be individualized: Each one different. It will take about an hour and a half to complete, on your own time, by the following Sunday, Dec 13. Watch your email tomorrow and Saturday.
And thanks for your patience.


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- Course evaluation. This will be online. I will email the link to everyone in class.
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WhatMakesThisRhetoricalRepriseOnLine
- Course evaluation. It's online. I will email the link to everyone in class.


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WhatMakesThisRhetoricalRepriseOnLine.
Some background: I've adapted this exercise from studio art / art history courses. One of the final exercises that give you a sense of what you know is //identifying and analyzing unknowns//. After a semester's study, you're given a painting, print, cartoon, or sculture that you haven't studied in class and that you probably have never encountered. You're asked to identify the artist and school, date the work, consider the medium, and then analyze the work as it fits in with the canon you have studied. Work with unknowns really illustrates who understands the material, but it also tells the student what she knows and how she thinks about the subject.


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WhatMakesThisRhetoricalRepriseOnLine.
Some background: I've adapted this exercise from studio art / art history courses. One of the final exercises that give you a sense of what you know is //identifying and analyzing unknowns//. After a semester's study, you're given a painting, print, cartoon, or sculture that you haven't studied in class and that you probably have never encountered. You're asked to identify the artist and school, date the work, consider the medium, and then analyze the work as it fits in with the canon you have studied. Work with unknowns really illustrates who understands the material, but it also tells the student what she knows and how she thinks about the subject.
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WhatMakesThisRhetoricalRepriseOnLine


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=== Grad Students ===
I've been ill this week, and that has slowed down reviewing any new work and getting the final exercise out to you.
**The final exercise is coming** Friday or Saturday morning, and will be individualized: Each one different. It will take about an hour and a half to complete, on your own time, by the following Sunday, Dec 13. Watch your email tomorrow and Saturday.
And thanks for your patience.
- Course evaluation. It's online. I will email the link to everyone in class.
Deletions:
- On-line grad students: I'll post a final project for the grad students on++ Monday, 30 Nov++ Weds, 2 Dec, due 9 Dec: Reading day.
- Course evaluation


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- On-campus students: Attend Tues 1 Dec for an in-class final exercise: WhatMakesThisRhetoricalReprise
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- On-campus students: Attend Tues 1 Dec for an in-class exercise extending to the last day of class on Dec 8.
Last day of on-campus class.


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- On-line grad students: I'll post a final project for the grad students on++ Monday, 30 Nov++ Weds, 2 Dec, due 9 Dec: Reading day.
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- On-line grad students: I'll post a final project for the grad students on Monday, 30 Nov, due 9 Dec: Reading day.


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==== Tue 8 Dec ====
Last day of on-campus class.
- Course evaluation


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==== Week of Dec 1 - 8 ====
I've reviewed and commented on your work with StyleInMicroMessages. Superb!
- On-campus students: Attend Tues 1 Dec for an in-class exercise extending to the last day of class on Dec 8.
- On-line grad students: I'll post a final project for the grad students on Monday, 30 Nov, due 9 Dec: Reading day.
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Deletions:
==== Week of Nov 17 - 20 ====
I'll be evaluating the style in micro-messages projects this week. Watch d2l.
I'm also attending the Open Education 2015 conference this week, so classes are cancelled. I'll post a chapter from Longaker to read for our return after T'Giving.
==== Week of Nov 24 - 26 ====
T'Giving Break: Classes cancelled.
==== Weeks of Dec 1 - 3, and Dec 8 ====
When we return from break, there are two class sessions scheduled - which is plenty of time for an exercise.


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Projects
- StyleInMicroMessages
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==== The Style Collections ====
- StyleInMicroMessages
- https://storify.com/rachelscales/style-in-micro-messages-1
- https://storify.com/KristenB/style-in-micro-messages
- https://storify.com/wsynstel/getting-started
- https://storify.com/PeterCoffin7/style-in-micro-messages-peter-coffin
- https://storify.com/thepowerofarsky/allexus-story
- https://storify.com/jlundblad/style-in-micro-messages
- https://storify.com/dwaulk/style-in-micro-messages
- https://storify.com/weblogsandwikis/twitter-style-stream
- https://storify.com/harr1pat/style-in-micro-messages


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When we return from break, there are two class sessions scheduled - which is plenty of time for an exercise.
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When we return from break, there are two class sessions scheduled - which is plenty of time for a final project! I'll post a chapter from Longaker to read for our return after T'Giving, and we'll take on a short project.


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I'll be evaluating the style in micro-messages projects this week. Watch d2l.
I'm also attending the Open Education 2015 conference this week, so classes are cancelled. I'll post a chapter from Longaker to read for our return after T'Giving.
==== The Style Collections ====
- StyleInMicroMessages
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==== The Micro-Style Collections ====
I'll be attending the Open Education 2015 conference this week, so classes are cancelled. I'll post a chapter from Longaker to read for our return after T'Giving.


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==== Thu 5 Nov ====
The last pass in the StyleInMicroMessages project is now posted on the project page, and copied below.
**Due dates **
Tue 10 Nov, class time
The 12 Nov, midnight
===developing a larger analysis: for 10 Nov===
7. Once you have a close, thorough analysis of each message, re-organize the messages to reveal a larger consideration. Re-order the images and your analyses on Storify, and use headings and text introductions under your headings, to illustrate or argue a point about how you see visual and textual style being used in micro-messages.
There is very likely an argument latent in your selection and analyses. Bring it out by re-arranging the material and adding your notes to create, basically, a visual-textual essay. It doesn't need to be a grand, world-shattering point. It might be an overall observation or summation of what you have found. But create that overview by organizing and by using headings and text notes to illustrate the point.
=== In-Class Students ===
Have a pretty complete and well-honed analysis ready for **Tuesday 10 Nov.** In class, we'll lo0k each of them over individually for strengths and possible points of development. You won't be presenting. Instead, you and I will review what you have and work from there.
After our in-class review, **a final revision will be due Thu 12 Nov, midnight**.
=== On-Line Students ===
Please have your work on this project ready for review and comment by **Thu 12 Nov, midnigh**t.
==== Tue 3 Nov ====
- We'll review what you have collected and started working on for StyleInMicroMessages. Bring your text to refer to as we work.
- NotesOnLongakerOnStyle
- NotesOnHistoricalLayersOfEnglish
- StyleInMicroMessages


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"So pure, so wholesome, you can even give it to babies and feel good about it." [[http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/protfam_prfad02131/ Duke University Libraries Digital Collections]]
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"So pure, so wholesome, you can even give it to babies and feel good about it."
[[http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/protfam_prfad02131/ Duke University Libraries Digital Collections]]


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"So pure, so wholesome, you can even give it to babies and feel good about it."


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>>=== Another Look at Ethos===
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>>== Baby Sham==


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{{image url="http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/media/jpg/protfam/med/prfad021310010.jpg" width="376"}}
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{{image url=" http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/media/jpg/protfam/lrg/prfad021310010.jpg" width="376"}}


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>>== Baby Sham==
{{image url=" http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/media/jpg/protfam/lrg/prfad021310010.jpg" width="376"}}
[[http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/protfam_prfad02131/ Duke University Libraries Digital Collections]]
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>>==Micro-messages==
{{image url="http://missashleypants.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/notepass.jpg" width="376"}}
[[http://missashleypants.com/write-love-note-out-not-outsource-to-technology/ Passing notes in class]]
{{image url="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/Voila_Capture%202015-10-27_06-11-21_PM.png" width="376"}}
{{image url="" width="376"}}


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===developing a larger analysis: for 10 Nov===
7. Once you have a close, thorough analysis of each message, re-organize the messages to reveal a larger consideration. Re-order the images and your analyses on Storify, and use headings and text introductions under your headings, to illustrate or argue a point about how you see visual and textual style being used in micro-messages.
There is very likely an argument latent in your selection and analyses. Bring it out by re-arranging the material and adding your notes to create, basically, a visual-textual essay. It doesn't need to be a grand, world-shattering point. It might be an overall observation or summation of what you have found. But create that overview by organizing and by using headings and text notes to illustrate the point.
=== In-Class Students ===
Have a pretty complete and well-honed analysis ready for **Tuesday 10 Nov.** In class, we'll lo0k each of them over individually for strengths and possible points of development. You won't be presenting. Instead, you and I will review what you have and work from there.
After our in-class review, **a final revision will be due Thu 12 Nov, midnight**.
=== On-Line Students ===
Please have your work on this project ready for review and comment by **Thu 12 Nov, midnigh**t.
Deletions:
===developing a larger analysis: for 10 Nov===
7. Once you have a close, thorough analysis of each message, re-organize the messages to reveal a larger consideration. Re-order the images and your analyses on Storify, and use headings and text introductions under your headings, to illustrate or argue a point about how you see visual and textual style being used in micro-messages.
There is very likely an argument latent in your selection and analyses. Bring it out by re-arranging the material and adding your notes to create, basically, a visual-textual essay. It doesn't need to be a grand, world-shattering point. It might be an overall observation or summation of what you have found. But create that overview by organizing and by using headings and text notes to illustrate the point.
=== In-Class Students ===
Have a pretty complete and well-honed analysis ready for **Tuesday 10 Nov.** In class, we'll lo0k each of them over individually for strengths and possible points of development. You won't be presenting. Instead, you and I will review what you have and work from there.
After our in-class review, **a final revision will be due Thu 12 Nov, midnight**.
=== On-Line Students ===
Please have your work on this project ready for review and comment by **Thu 12 Nov, midnigh**t.


Revision [23033]

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Additions:
I'll be attending the Open Education 2015 conference this week, so classes are cancelled. I'll post a chapter from Longaker to read for our return after T'Giving.
When we return from break, there are two class sessions scheduled - which is plenty of time for a final project! I'll post a chapter from Longaker to read for our return after T'Giving, and we'll take on a short project.
Deletions:
I'll be attending the OpenEducation2015 conference this week, so classes are cancelled.
When we return from break, there are two class sessions scheduled - which is plenty of time for a final project!


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==== Week of Nov 17 - 20 ====
I'll be attending the OpenEducation2015 conference this week, so classes are cancelled.
==== Week of Nov 24 - 26 ====
T'Giving Break: Classes cancelled.
==== Weeks of Dec 1 - 3, and Dec 8 ====
When we return from break, there are two class sessions scheduled - which is plenty of time for a final project!


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==== The Micro-Style Collections ====
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==== The Collections ====


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==== The Collections ====
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Here's a technique to kick-start analysis: Re-phrase the description in terms of argument. "A gif that expresses the power of knowledge" might become "The GIF argues that knowledge is power by .... "


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**Due dates **
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Due dates
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The last pass in the StyleInMicroMessages project is now posted on the project page, and copied below.
Due dates
1
Tue 10 Nov, class time
The 12 Nov, midnight
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The last pass in the StyleInMicroMessages project is now posted on the project page, and copied below:


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Have a pretty complete and well-honed analysis ready for **Tuesday 10 Nov.** In class, we'll lo0k each of them over individually for strengths and possible points of development. You won't be presenting. Instead, you and I will review what you have and work from there.
After our in-class review, **a final revision will be due Thu 12 Nov, midnight**.
Please have your work on this project ready for review and comment by **Thu 12 Nov, midnigh**t.
Deletions:
Have a pretty complete and well-honed analysis ready for Tuesday. In class, we'll lo0k each of them over individually for strengths and possible points of development. You won't be presenting. Instead, you and I will review what you have and work from there.
After our in-class review, a final revision will be due Thu 12 Nov, midnight.
Please have your work on this project ready for review and comment by Thu 12 Nov, midnight.


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Edited on 2015-11-06 07:10:01 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
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Start with this: **Note**: An analysis will use the rhetorical terms we're working with, both from our last work with web sites and our current work with style. If you're not using the rhetorical terms of argument and style, you're not doing a rhetorical analyses. Illustration: these are descriptions of the rhetorical artifacts: https://storify.com/harr1pat/style-in-micro-messages. At this poison, turn towards rhetorical analyses: what argument is the micro-message making, and how is the rhetor using stylistic moves to make that argument.


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==== Thu 5 Nov ====
The last pass in the StyleInMicroMessages project is now posted on the project page, and copied below:
===developing a larger analysis: for 10 Nov===
7. Once you have a close, thorough analysis of each message, re-organize the messages to reveal a larger consideration. Re-order the images and your analyses on Storify, and use headings and text introductions under your headings, to illustrate or argue a point about how you see visual and textual style being used in micro-messages.
There is very likely an argument latent in your selection and analyses. Bring it out by re-arranging the material and adding your notes to create, basically, a visual-textual essay. It doesn't need to be a grand, world-shattering point. It might be an overall observation or summation of what you have found. But create that overview by organizing and by using headings and text notes to illustrate the point.
=== In-Class Students ===
Have a pretty complete and well-honed analysis ready for Tuesday. In class, we'll lo0k each of them over individually for strengths and possible points of development. You won't be presenting. Instead, you and I will review what you have and work from there.
After our in-class review, a final revision will be due Thu 12 Nov, midnight.
=== On-Line Students ===
Please have your work on this project ready for review and comment by Thu 12 Nov, midnight.


Revision [23014]

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Additions:
Here's a technique to kick-start analysis: Re-phrase the description in terms of argument. "A gif that expresses the power of knowledge" might become "The GIF argues that knowledge is power by .... "
Deletions:
Here's a technique to kick-start analysis: Re-phrase the description in terms of argument. "A gif that expresses the power of knowledge" might become "The GIF argues that knowledge is power."


Revision [23013]

Edited on 2015-11-03 07:49:48 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
Start with this: **Note**: An analysis will use the rhetorical terms we're working with, both from our last work with web sites and our current work with style. If you're not using the rhetorical terms of argument and style, you're not doing a rhetorical analyses. Illustration: these are descriptions of the rhetorical artifacts: https://storify.com/harr1pat/style-in-micro-messages. At this poison, turn towards rhetorical analyses: what argument is the micro-message making, and how is the rhetor using stylistic moves to make that argument.
Here's a technique to kick-start analysis: Re-phrase the description in terms of argument. "A gif that expresses the power of knowledge" might become "The GIF argues that knowledge is power."
Deletions:
Start with this: **Note**: An analysis will use the rhetorical terms we're working with, both from our last work with web sites and our current work with style. If you're not using the rhetorical terms of style, you're not doing a rhetorical analyses. Illustration: these are descriptions of the rhetorical artifacts: https://storify.com/harr1pat/style-in-micro-messages. At this poison, turn towards rhetorical analyses: what argument is the micro-message making, and how is the rhetor using stylistic moves to make that argument.


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Additions:
Start with this: **Note**: An analysis will use the rhetorical terms we're working with, both from our last work with web sites and our current work with style. If you're not using the rhetorical terms of style, you're not doing a rhetorical analyses. Illustration: these are descriptions of the rhetorical artifacts: https://storify.com/harr1pat/style-in-micro-messages. At this poison, turn towards rhetorical analyses: what argument is the micro-message making, and how is the rhetor using stylistic moves to make that argument.


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- NotesOnHistoricalLayersOfEnglish


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- NotesOnLongakerOnStyle
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- NotesOnStyleInMicroMessages


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- https://storify.com/jlundblad/style-in-micro-messages
- https://storify.com/dwaulk/style-in-micro-messages
- https://storify.com/harr1pat/style-in-micro-messages


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- StyleInMicroMessages
- https://storify.com/weblogsandwikis/twitter-style-stream
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==== update 31 Oct 2015 ====
Here are the stories so far. GIFs seem to be The Big Thing you're collecting, so we'll need to do some work with Repetition and how it fashions an argument. It's valuable that you're collecting stuff first and then turning towards annotating each to develop a larger sense of how style is used. Don't limit yourselves to just GIFs. Lots of tweets out there! Not everything has to move.
You can leave notes on stories, by the way. Mouse over an element and a speech-bubble button will appear.
As you become comfortable with Storify, start turing your attention to naming the figures you're seeing in the artifacts and considering how they work to make an argument.
==== Update 27 Oct 2015 ====
Get started on the StyleInMicroMessages project. Watch for additions to this page on Wednesday and Friday.
**Deadline - Fri 30 Oct** Set up a Storify account. Have a page created and 20 artifacts selected. Add a link to your Storify page to your wiki name page so we can all get to your work. Start making notes and fashioning the micro-analyses of your selection. On Friday, I will look in and may leave you side notes so you can work on the micro-analyses further for Tuesday.
Storify will automatically save your work periodically, but you will need to click **Publish** to make updates visible to the rest of us.
**Deadline - class time, 3 Nov** First pass at stylistics micro-analyses ready to look at and discuss. Bring problems and questions and breakthroughs to class on Tuesday.
==== an example in Storify ====
I'm developing an example Story to explore how to approach this project. Have a look at [[https://storify.com/weblogsandwikis/twitter-style-stream | Morga'ns Example: Style in Micro-Messages]]. Some of this is still in notes but will develop further over the next week.


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I'm developing an example Story to explore how to approach this project. Have a look at [[https://storify.com/weblogsandwikis/twitter-style-stream | Morga'ns Example: Style in Micro-Messages]]. Some of this is still in notes but will develop further over the next week.
Deletions:
I'm developing an example Story to explore how to approach this project. Have a look at [[https://storify.com/weblogsandwikis/twitter-style-stream | Morga's Example: Style in Micro-Messages]]. Some of this is still in notes but will develop further over the next week.


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==== Tue 3 Nov ====
- We'll review what you have collected and started working on for StyleInMicroMessages. Bring your text to refer to as we work.
- NotesOnStyleInMicroMessages


Revision [22983]

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I'm developing an example Story to explore how to approach this project. Have a look at [[https://storify.com/weblogsandwikis/twitter-style-stream | Morga's Example: Style in Micro-Messages]]. Some of this is still in notes but will develop further over the next week.
Deletions:
I'm developing an example Story to explore how to approach this project. Have a look at [[https://storify.com/weblogsandwikis/twitter-style-stream | Style in Micro-Messages]]. Some of this is still in notes but will develop further over the next week.


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As you become comfortable with Storify, start turing your attention to naming the figures you're seeing in the artifacts and considering how they work to make an argument.


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Here are the stories so far. GIFs seem to be The Big Thing you're collecting, so we'll need to do some work with Repetition and how it fashions an argument. It's valuable that you're collecting stuff first and then turning towards annotating each to develop a larger sense of how style is used. Don't limit yourselves to just GIFs. Lots of tweets out there! Not everything has to move.
You can leave notes on stories, by the way. Mouse over an element and a speech-bubble button will appear.
Deletions:
Here are the stories so far. GIFs seem to be The Big Thing you're collecting, so we'll need to do some work with Repetition and how it fashions an argument. I think it's valuable that you're collecting stuff first and then turning towards annotating each to develop a larger sense of how style is used. Wanda's is particularly interesting in that it's focusing on a topic


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==== update 31 Oct 2015 ====
Here are the stories so far. GIFs seem to be The Big Thing you're collecting, so we'll need to do some work with Repetition and how it fashions an argument. I think it's valuable that you're collecting stuff first and then turning towards annotating each to develop a larger sense of how style is used. Wanda's is particularly interesting in that it's focusing on a topic
- https://storify.com/rachelscales/style-in-micro-messages-1
- https://storify.com/KristenB/style-in-micro-messages
- https://storify.com/wsynstel/getting-started
- https://storify.com/PeterCoffin7/style-in-micro-messages-peter-coffin
- https://storify.com/thepowerofarsky/allexus-story
==== Update 27 Oct 2015 ====
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===== Update 27 Oct 2015 =====


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Additions:
Storify will automatically save your work periodically, but you will need to click **Publish** to make updates visible to the rest of us.
**Deadline - class time, 3 Nov** First pass at stylistics micro-analyses ready to look at and discuss. Bring problems and questions and breakthroughs to class on Tuesday.
Deletions:
Storify will automatically save your work periodicallY, but you will need to click **Publish** to make updates visible to the rest of us.
**Deadline - class time, 3 Nov** First pass at stylistics micro-analyses ready to look at and discuss.
I'm also still reviewing Arguments in Two Websites projects. I hope to finish them by the end of the day Wednesday.


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Get started on the StyleInMicroMessages project. Watch for additions to this page on Wednesday and Friday.
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I'm pretty ill today, so face to face class is cancelled. Instead, get started on the StyleInMicroMessages project. I'll try to post the complete project by Wednesday, but a draft to get started with will be up by late afternoon Tuesday.


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AllexusBlanski | AmandaBrunsberg | AnthonyBurn | CraigSorby | DustinWaulk | JamiePlatt | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | KristenBloomquist | PatriciaHarris | PeterAnderson | PeterCoffin | RachelHoheisel |RachelScales | WandaSynstelien | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
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AlexandraNarverud | AllexusBlanski | AmandaBrunsberg | AnthonyBurn | AricaJolicoeur | KristenBloomquist | PeterAnderson | PeterCoffin | PatriciaHarris | RachelHoheisel |KendraKennebeck | JamiePlatt | RachelScales | CraigSorby | DustinWaulk | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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{{image url="http://missashleypants.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/notepass.jpg" width="376"}}


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{{image url="http://missashleypants.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/notepass.jpg" width="376"}}


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>>==Micro-messages==
{{image url="http://missashleypants.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/notepass.jpg" width="376"}}
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>>==Micro-messages=={{image url="http://missashleypants.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/notepass.jpg" width="376"}}


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>>==Micro-messages=={{image url="http://missashleypants.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/notepass.jpg" width="376"}}
[[http://missashleypants.com/write-love-note-out-not-outsource-to-technology/ Passing notes in class]]
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>>{{image url="http://missashleypants.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/notepass.jpg" width="376"}}
Micro-messages. [[http://missashleypants.com/write-love-note-out-not-outsource-to-technology/ Passing notes in class]]


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I'm developing an example Story to explore how to approach this project. Have a look at [[https://storify.com/weblogsandwikis/twitter-style-stream | Style in Micro-Messages]]. Some of this is still in notes but will develop further over the next week.
Deletions:
I'm developing an example Story to explore how we can approach this project. Have a look at [[https://storify.com/weblogsandwikis/twitter-style-stream | Style in Micro-Messages]]. This will be developing this page further over the next week.


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Micro-messages. [[http://missashleypants.com/write-love-note-out-not-outsource-to-technology/ Passing notes in class]]
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Micro-messages. [[http://missashleypants.com/write-love-note-out-not-outsource-to-technology/ Passing notes in class]] Twitter didn't invent tweeting.


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Micro-messages. [[http://missashleypants.com/write-love-note-out-not-outsource-to-technology/ Passing notes in class]] Twitter didn't invent tweeting.
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Micro-messages. [[http://missashleypants.com/write-love-note-out-not-outsource-to-technology/ Passing notes in class]]


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Micro-messages. [[http://missashleypants.com/write-love-note-out-not-outsource-to-technology/ Passing notes in class]]
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[[http://missashleypants.com/write-love-note-out-not-outsource-to-technology/ Passing notes in class]]


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>>{{image url="http://missashleypants.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/notepass.jpg" width="376"}}
[[http://missashleypants.com/write-love-note-out-not-outsource-to-technology/ Passing notes in class]]
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>>{{image url="https://farm1.staticflickr.com/611/21626831000_9f9d76a007_k.jpg" width="376"}}
Best Decision Ever: Poorly managed enthymeme


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Storify will automatically save your work periodicallY, but you will need to click **Publish** to make updates visible to the rest of us.


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==== Project Evaluation====
I'll be reviewing and evaluating your projects between 21 - 27 Oct.
If you have made significant revisions to any of your summaries and would like me to re-evaluate them, ''highlight'' the summaries you have changed. Use the Highlight markup: Format Bar > down arrows > ''Highlight''. Or use **bold** markup to highlight the material.
==== For Tue 27 Oct ====
We're going to look at style in //public micro-messenges//, such as tweets, GIFs, Instagram images, or tumblr posts. We'll use Storify.com to locate. collect, and comment on the rhetorical artifacts we're looking at.
**If you would like get an advanced start**, sign up for an account on Storify.com, and work with the help stories and tutorials to discover how to use it. [[https://storify.com/browse | Browse]] the site to see how people use it. Try setting up a practice story, collecting some sources, organizing them, commenting on them ... For practice, you can save your work to Storify without publishing it to the world.
I'll post the full project on Tuesday so everyone can get a start.
- Read L & M, chap 5: Style. Read the chapter before class so you are prepared for an in-class exercise with the chapter. You don't need to memorize the terms and figures of style, but you'll need to be familiar enough with the material that
- you can identify the virtues of style
- you can use the lists of tropes and schemes to identify a trope or scheme using the text
- you can differentiate between types of style
- Practice using the features of style by identifying them in, say, texts and stories you're reading, or online texts such as tweets, sms texts, web pages …
For reference
- DebriefingBSUSecondPass - Dept Sites. Some updates on 17 Oct.
- FinalPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites
- FindingsFromArgumentInTwoWebSites - in draft through Saturday


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==== an example in Storify ====
I'm developing an example Story to explore how we can approach this project. Have a look at [[https://storify.com/weblogsandwikis/twitter-style-stream | Style in Micro-Messages]]. This will be developing this page further over the next week.
Deletions:
=== to get a sense of how you might address micro-analyses and style ===
I'm developing an example Story to suggest how you might approach the problem. Have a look at [[https://storify.com/weblogsandwikis/twitter-style-stream | Style in Micro-Messages]]. This will be developing over the next week.


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=== to get a sense of how you might address micro-analyses and style ===
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==== to get a sense of how you might address micro-analyses and style ===


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===== Update 27 Oct 2015 =====
I'm pretty ill today, so face to face class is cancelled. Instead, get started on the StyleInMicroMessages project. I'll try to post the complete project by Wednesday, but a draft to get started with will be up by late afternoon Tuesday.
**Deadline - Fri 30 Oct** Set up a Storify account. Have a page created and 20 artifacts selected. Add a link to your Storify page to your wiki name page so we can all get to your work. Start making notes and fashioning the micro-analyses of your selection. On Friday, I will look in and may leave you side notes so you can work on the micro-analyses further for Tuesday.
**Deadline - class time, 3 Nov** First pass at stylistics micro-analyses ready to look at and discuss.
I'm also still reviewing Arguments in Two Websites projects. I hope to finish them by the end of the day Wednesday.
==== to get a sense of how you might address micro-analyses and style ===
I'm developing an example Story to suggest how you might approach the problem. Have a look at [[https://storify.com/weblogsandwikis/twitter-style-stream | Style in Micro-Messages]]. This will be developing over the next week.


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We're going to look at style in //public micro-messenges//, such as tweets, GIFs, Instagram images, or tumblr posts. We'll use Storify.com to locate. collect, and comment on the rhetorical artifacts we're looking at.
Deletions:
We're going to look at style in //public micro-messenges//, such as tweets, GIFs, Instagram images, or tumbler posts. We'll use Storify.com to locate. collect, and comment on the rhetorical artifacts we're looking at.


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I'll be reviewing and evaluating your projects between 21 - 27 Oct.
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I'll be reviewing and evaluating your projects between Wed 21 Oct and the following Sunday.


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Additions:
We're going to look at style in //public micro-messenges//, such as tweets, GIFs, Instagram images, or tumbler posts. We'll use Storify.com to locate. collect, and comment on the rhetorical artifacts we're looking at.
**If you would like get an advanced start**, sign up for an account on Storify.com, and work with the help stories and tutorials to discover how to use it. [[https://storify.com/browse | Browse]] the site to see how people use it. Try setting up a practice story, collecting some sources, organizing them, commenting on them ... For practice, you can save your work to Storify without publishing it to the world.
I'll post the full project on Tuesday so everyone can get a start.
Deletions:
We're going to look at style in public micro-messenges, such as tweets, GIFs, tumbler posts. We'll use Storify.com as a way of locating and collecting sources.
**If you would like get an advanced start**, sign up for an account on Storify.com, and work with the help stories and tutorials to discover how to use it. [[https://storify.com/browse | Browse]] the site to see how people use it. Try setting up a practice story, collecting some sources, organizing them, commenting on them ... For practice, you can save your work to Storify without publishing it to the world. I'll post the full project on Tuesday so everyone can get a start.


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Additions:
**If you would like get an advanced start**, sign up for an account on Storify.com, and work with the help stories and tutorials to discover how to use it. [[https://storify.com/browse | Browse]] the site to see how people use it. Try setting up a practice story, collecting some sources, organizing them, commenting on them ... For practice, you can save your work to Storify without publishing it to the world. I'll post the full project on Tuesday so everyone can get a start.
Deletions:
**If you would like get an advanced start**, sign up for an account on Storify.com, and work with the help files and tutorials to discover how to use it. [[https://storify.com/browse | Browse]] the site to see how people use it. Then try collecting some sources, organizing them, commenting on them ... I'll post the full project on Tuesday so everyone can get a start.


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Additions:
We're going to look at style in public micro-messenges, such as tweets, GIFs, tumbler posts. We'll use Storify.com as a way of locating and collecting sources.
**If you would like get an advanced start**, sign up for an account on Storify.com, and work with the help files and tutorials to discover how to use it. [[https://storify.com/browse | Browse]] the site to see how people use it. Then try collecting some sources, organizing them, commenting on them ... I'll post the full project on Tuesday so everyone can get a start.
Deletions:
We're going to look at style in public micro-messenges, such as tweets, GIFs, tumbler posts. We'll use Storify.com as a way of locating and collecting sources. **To get an advanced start**, sign up for an account on Storify.com, and work with the help files and tutorials to discover how to use it. Try collecting some sources, organizing them, commenting on them ... I'll post the full project on Tuesday so everyone can get a start.


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Additions:
We're going to look at style in public micro-messenges, such as tweets, GIFs, tumbler posts. We'll use Storify.com as a way of locating and collecting sources. **To get an advanced start**, sign up for an account on Storify.com, and work with the help files and tutorials to discover how to use it. Try collecting some sources, organizing them, commenting on them ... I'll post the full project on Tuesday so everyone can get a start.


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Additions:
I'll be reviewing and evaluating your projects between Wed 21 Oct and the following Sunday.
- FindingsFromArgumentInTwoWebSites - in draft through Saturday
Deletions:
- FindingsFromArgumentInTwoWebSites - in draft through Thursday
I'll be reviewing and evaluating your projects between Wed 21 Oct and next Sunday.


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=== Viewing Grades and Comments ===
- As mentioned in the syllabus, I comment on your work using d2l. Check under User Progress to see the comments.
==== Tue 20 Oct ====
- FinalPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites. Due Mon 19 Oct, midnight, for work in class on Tue 20 Oct. This final pass will conclude this project with a set of summaries and our discussion in class on Tuesday.
=== preparing for Tuesday ===
In-class students: Prepare to speak briefly about what you have found concerning managing arguments in these two sires. You will have 10 - 15 minutes in class to compare notes, then I will ask you to highlight one or two points, while we view them on the sites. To get a sense of what to prepare, go back to our starting position:
In this project, we analyzed a number of web pages on two different websites to see how the rhetors manage arguments. In particular, we kept an eye on how the sites use presentational enthymemes (L&W pp 54ff), and practical reasoning overall. But, more broadly, we're here to see what we can see: What's interesting in how arguments operate or are managed in websites, and more generally in hypertext.
To draw you notes together, we'll start by characterizing the //ethos// of each site. Some of you already have started to do this in your notes. We can see the ethos of the sites being argued in almost every element - right down to how the primary claim of each site is stated and presented:
BSU: Best decision ever!
SCSU:++ Think. Do. Make a difference.++ Update: The cap now seems to be Education for Life. See FinalPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites
Keep this in mind for Tuesday: Ethos.


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Edited on 2015-10-20 10:08:43 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
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To draw you notes together, we'll start by characterizing the //ethos// of each site. Some of you already have started to do this in your notes. We can see the ethos of the sites being argued in almost every element - right down to how the primary claim of each site is stated and presented:
- FindingsFromArgumentInTwoWebSites - in draft through Thursday
If you have made significant revisions to any of your summaries and would like me to re-evaluate them, ''highlight'' the summaries you have changed. Use the Highlight markup: Format Bar > down arrows > ''Highlight''. Or use **bold** markup to highlight the material.
Deletions:
To draw you notes together, we'll start by characterizing the //ethos// of each site Some of you already have started to do this in your notes. We can see the ethos of the sites being argued in almost every element - right down to how the primary claim of each site is stated and presented:
- FindingsFromArgumentInTwoWebSites
If you made significant revisions to any of your summaries and would like me to re-evaluate them, ''highlight'' the summaries you have changed. Use the Highlight markup: Format Bar > down arrows > Highlight. Or use **bold** markup to highlight the material.


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==== Tue 20 Oct ====
==== Project Evaluation====
I'll be reviewing and evaluating your projects between Wed 21 Oct and next Sunday.
==== For Tue 27 Oct ====
- Read L & M, chap 5: Style. Read the chapter before class so you are prepared for an in-class exercise with the chapter. You don't need to memorize the terms and figures of style, but you'll need to be familiar enough with the material that
- you can identify the virtues of style
- you can use the lists of tropes and schemes to identify a trope or scheme using the text
- you can differentiate between types of style
- Practice using the features of style by identifying them in, say, texts and stories you're reading, or online texts such as tweets, sms texts, web pages …
Deletions:
=== Tue 20 Oct ===
=== For evaluation ===


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=== For evaluation ===
If you made significant revisions to any of your summaries and would like me to re-evaluate them, ''highlight'' the summaries you have changed. Use the Highlight markup: Format Bar > down arrows > Highlight. Or use **bold** markup to highlight the material.


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- FindingsFromArgumentInTwoWebSites


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- FinalPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites. Due Mon 19 Oct, midnight, for work in class on Tue 20 Oct. This final pass will conclude this project with a set of summaries and our discussion in class on Tuesday.
Deletions:
- FinalPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites. Due Mon 19 Oct, for work in class on Tue 20 Oct. This final pass will conclude this project with a set of summaries and our discussion in class on Tuesday.


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Additions:
- As mentioned in the syllabus, I comment on your work using d2l. Check under User Progress to see the comments.
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- I comment on your work using d2l. Check under User Progress to see the comments.


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Edited on 2015-10-18 06:58:32 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
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- DebriefingBSUSecondPass - Dept Sites. Some updates on 17 Oct.
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- DebriefingBSUSecondPass - Dept Sites


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Edited on 2015-10-17 09:06:47 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- FinalPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites. Due Mon 19 Oct, for work in class on Tue 20 Oct. This final pass will conclude this project with a set of summaries and our discussion in class on Tuesday.
SCSU:++ Think. Do. Make a difference.++ Update: The cap now seems to be Education for Life. See FinalPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites
Deletions:
- FinalPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites. Due Mon 19 Oct, for work in class on Tue 20 Oct. This final pass will conclude this project with a set of summaries and our discussion in class on Tuesday. **Update**: I updated the SCSU cap to reflect the changes on the site.
SCSU:++ Think. Do. Make a difference.++ Update: The cap now seems to be Education for Life.


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Edited on 2015-10-17 09:06:21 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- FinalPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites. Due Mon 19 Oct, for work in class on Tue 20 Oct. This final pass will conclude this project with a set of summaries and our discussion in class on Tuesday. **Update**: I updated the SCSU cap to reflect the changes on the site.
Deletions:
- FinalPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites. Due Mon 19 Oct, for work in class on Tue 20 Oct. This final pass will conclude this project with a set of summaries and our discussion in class on Tuesday.


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=== preparing for Tuesday ===
In-class students: Prepare to speak briefly about what you have found concerning managing arguments in these two sires. You will have 10 - 15 minutes in class to compare notes, then I will ask you to highlight one or two points, while we view them on the sites. To get a sense of what to prepare, go back to our starting position:
In this project, we analyzed a number of web pages on two different websites to see how the rhetors manage arguments. In particular, we kept an eye on how the sites use presentational enthymemes (L&W pp 54ff), and practical reasoning overall. But, more broadly, we're here to see what we can see: What's interesting in how arguments operate or are managed in websites, and more generally in hypertext.
To draw you notes together, we'll start by characterizing the //ethos// of each site Some of you already have started to do this in your notes. We can see the ethos of the sites being argued in almost every element - right down to how the primary claim of each site is stated and presented:
BSU: Best decision ever!
SCSU:++ Think. Do. Make a difference.++ Update: The cap now seems to be Education for Life.
Keep this in mind for Tuesday: Ethos.
Deletions:
- Inclass students: Prepare to speak briefly about what you have found concerning managing arguments in these two sires. You will have 10 - 15 minutes in class to compare notes, then I will ask you to highlight one or two points, while we view them on the sites. To get a sense of what to prepare, go back to our starting position:
In this project, which will occupy us for a few weeks, we'll be looking at a number of web pages on two different websites to see how the rhetors manage arguments. In particular, we'll be keeping an eye on how the sites use presentational enthymemes (L&W pp 54ff), and practical reasoning overall. But, more broadly, we're here to see what we can see: What's interesting in how arguments operate or are managed in websites, and more generally in hypertext.
Review your notes and see what you can say.


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Edited on 2015-10-17 07:02:12 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- FinalPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites. Due Mon 19 Oct, for work in class on Tue 20 Oct. This final pass will conclude this project with a set of summaries and our discussion in class on Tuesday.
- Inclass students: Prepare to speak briefly about what you have found concerning managing arguments in these two sires. You will have 10 - 15 minutes in class to compare notes, then I will ask you to highlight one or two points, while we view them on the sites. To get a sense of what to prepare, go back to our starting position:
In this project, which will occupy us for a few weeks, we'll be looking at a number of web pages on two different websites to see how the rhetors manage arguments. In particular, we'll be keeping an eye on how the sites use presentational enthymemes (L&W pp 54ff), and practical reasoning overall. But, more broadly, we're here to see what we can see: What's interesting in how arguments operate or are managed in websites, and more generally in hypertext.
Review your notes and see what you can say.
Deletions:
=== Update 12 Oct 2015 ===
- SecondPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites was due midnight Sun 11 Oct. I'll be reviewing them today and tomorrow morning.
- On-campus class meets as usual Tue 13 Oct!
- We'll review how SecondPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites went and what you found so far.
- The final pass will ask you to look at a couple of parallel pages on the [[http://www.stcloudstate.edu SCSU website]]. I'll post details of this final pass and the final write up for this project on Wednesday 14 Oct. Because we'll be familiar with many of the rhetorical moves BSU is using to manage their arguments, this last pass will focus on seeing differences and variations on the SCSU site and evaluating their effectiveness.
=== Wed 14 Oct ===
- FinalPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites is available. Due Mon 19 Oct, for work in class on Tue 20 Oct.
- As before, this page has new and changed material on it, tailored for the project we're working on. It also has material that supplements and extends the discussion in L&M. Required reading.
- This final pass will conclude this project with a set of summaries and our discussion in class on Tuesday.
- Questions to me or each other. See you Tuesday.
- FinalPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites. Due Mon 19 Oct, for work in class on Tue 20 Oct.
- All: Prepare to speak briefly about what you have found concerning managing arguments in these two sires. You will have 10 - 15 minutes in class to compare notes, then I will ask you to highlight one or two points, while we view them on the sites. Go back to


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=== Tue 20 Oct ===
- FinalPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites. Due Mon 19 Oct, for work in class on Tue 20 Oct.
- All: Prepare to speak briefly about what you have found concerning managing arguments in these two sires. You will have 10 - 15 minutes in class to compare notes, then I will ask you to highlight one or two points, while we view them on the sites. Go back to


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=== Viewing Grades and Comments ===
- I comment on your work using d2l. Check under User Progress to see the comments.


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Additions:
- FinalPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites is available. Due Mon 19 Oct, for work in class on Tue 20 Oct.
- As before, this page has new and changed material on it, tailored for the project we're working on. It also has material that supplements and extends the discussion in L&M. Required reading.
- This final pass will conclude this project with a set of summaries and our discussion in class on Tuesday.
- Questions to me or each other. See you Tuesday.
- FinalPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites


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=== Wed 14 Oct ===


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- DebriefingBSUSecondPass - Dept Sites


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- SecondPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites was due midnight Sun 11 Oct. I'll be reviewing them today and tomorrow morning.
Deletions:
- SecondPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites was due Sun 11 Oct. I'll be reviewing them today and tomorrow morning.


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- The final pass will ask you to look at a couple of parallel pages on the [[http://www.stcloudstate.edu SCSU website]]. I'll post details of this final pass and the final write up for this project on Wednesday 14 Oct. Because we'll be familiar with many of the rhetorical moves BSU is using to manage their arguments, this last pass will focus on seeing differences and variations on the SCSU site and evaluating their effectiveness.
Deletions:
- The final pass will ask you to look at a couple of parallel pages on the [[http://www.stcloudstate.edu SCSU website]]. I'll post details of this final pass and the final write up for this project on Wednesday 14 Oct.


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Project
- ArgumentInTwoWebSites
- DebriefingBSUFirstPass
- SecondPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites
- SecondPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites was due Sun 11 Oct. I'll be reviewing them today and tomorrow morning.
For reference
- ArgumentInTwoWebSites
- DebriefingBSUFirstPass
- SecondPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites


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=== Update 12 Oct 2015 ===
- On-campus class meets as usual Tue 13 Oct!
- We'll review how SecondPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites went and what you found so far.
- The final pass will ask you to look at a couple of parallel pages on the [[http://www.stcloudstate.edu SCSU website]]. I'll post details of this final pass and the final write up for this project on Wednesday 14 Oct.
Deletions:
=== Mon 28 Sep midnight: Due ===
- The first part of project: AFirstPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites. **Mon 29 Sep midnight**.
=== Tue 29 Sep ===
- We'll discuss what you have found in your notes so far on Tue 29 Sep and then plan the next step.
- DebriefingBSUFirstPass
=== Fri Oct 2 ===
Update: Project Continues
- The SecondPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites is now available for your educational pleasure.
- In this pass, you'll be considering department web pages: the department landing page and the other pages in the department sub-site. It will take you more time to work with these multiple pages than the first pass - so plan on returning to your notes a few times as you work.
- Expect to be referring to the text as you work, too.
- If I haven't evaluated your work on the first pass yet, watch for my notes coming Sunday and Monday.
You have extra time to work this week. I have a conference this coming week, so
- The on-campus class **will not meet this coming Tuesday, 6 Oct**.
- The SecondPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites is **due by Sun 11 Oct, midnight**.


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You have extra time to work this week. I have a conference this coming week, so
- The SecondPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites is **due by Sun 11 Oct, midnight**.
Deletions:
I have a conference this coming week, so
- The SecondPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites is due by Sun 11 Oct, midnight.


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Edited on 2015-10-02 08:08:56 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
Update: Project Continues
- The SecondPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites is now available for your educational pleasure.
- In this pass, you'll be considering department web pages: the department landing page and the other pages in the department sub-site. It will take you more time to work with these multiple pages than the first pass - so plan on returning to your notes a few times as you work.
- Expect to be referring to the text as you work, too.
- If I haven't evaluated your work on the first pass yet, watch for my notes coming Sunday and Monday.
I have a conference this coming week, so
- The on-campus class **will not meet this coming Tuesday, 6 Oct**.
- The SecondPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites is due by Sun 11 Oct, midnight.
Deletions:
- SecondPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites


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=== Fri Oct 2 ===
- SecondPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites


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Best Decision Ever: Poorly managed enthymeme
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Poorly managed enthymeme


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=== Questions on Formatting Pages? ===
Adding links, images, and new page? Use the GettingStarted page on this wiki.
- DebriefOnLookingAtTexualizedRhetSit
=== for Thu 24 Sep ===
- For the next few weeks, we're going to be looking at two web sites as sites of argument. For Thur, Read Longaker and Walker, chap 3, pp 44 - 80.
- Then go on to the material for the project: ArgumentInTwoWebSites.


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>>{{image url="https://farm1.staticflickr.com/611/21626831000_9f9d76a007_k.jpg" width="376"}}
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>>{{mage url="https://farm1.staticflickr.com/611/21626831000_9f9d76a007_k.jpg" width="376"}}


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>>{{mage url="https://farm1.staticflickr.com/611/21626831000_9f9d76a007_k.jpg" width="376"}}
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>>{{{mage url="https://farm1.staticflickr.com/611/21626831000_9f9d76a007_k.jpg" width="376"}}


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Poorly managed enthymeme
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>>{{image url="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/Voila_Capture%202015-09-08_09-40-19_AM.png" width="376px"}}
Visual metonymy in a tweet


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- DebriefingBSUFirstPass
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- DebiefingBSUFirstPass


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=== Tue 29 Sep ===
- We'll discuss what you have found in your notes so far on Tue 29 Sep and then plan the next step.
Deletions:
- We'll discuss what you have found in your notes so far on Tue 29 Sep and then plan the next step. I'll post debriefing notes on Wed 30 Sep.


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- DebiefingBSUFirstPass


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Additions:
AlexandraNarverud | AllexusBlanski | AmandaBrunsberg | AnthonyBurn | AricaJolicoeur | KristenBloomquist | PeterAnderson | PeterCoffin | PatriciaHarris | RachelHoheisel |KendraKennebeck | JamiePlatt | RachelScales | CraigSorby | DustinWaulk | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
AlexandraNarverud | AllexusBlanski | AmandaBrunsberg | AnthonyBurn | AricaJolicoeur | KristenBloomquist | PeterAnderson | PeterCoffin | PatriciaHarris | RachelHoheisel |KendraKennebeck | JamiePlatt | NickolasRetka | RachelScales | CraigSorby | DustinWaulk | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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Additions:
AlexandraNarverud | AllexusBlanski | AmandaBrunsberg | AnthonyBurn | AricaJolicoeur | KristenBloomquist | PeterAnderson | PeterCoffin | PatriciaHarris | RachelHoheisel |KendraKennebeck | JamiePlatt | NickolasRetka | RachelScales | CraigSorby | DustinWaulk | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
AlexandraNarverud | AllexusBlanski | AmandaBrunsberg | AnthonyBurn | AricaJolicoeur | GregoryButton | KristenBloomquist | PeterAnderson | PeterCoffin | PatriciaHarris | RachelHoheisel |KendraKennebeck | JamiePlatt | NickolasRetka | RachelScales | CraigSorby | DustinWaulk | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


Revision [22165]

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- DebriefOnLookingAtTexualizedRhetSit
- The first part of project: AFirstPassAtArgumentsOnWebSites. **Mon 29 Sep midnight**.
- We'll discuss what you have found in your notes so far on Tue 29 Sep and then plan the next step. I'll post debriefing notes on Wed 30 Sep.
Deletions:
=== Tue 22 Sep ===
- Debrief on this week's exercise of LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit. In class students will review what they found. If you didn't post the summary, take the time to do so later today - after- class. I'll post notes on the how you handled the exercise on Wednesday. DebriefOnLookingAtTexualizedRhetSit
- The first part due **Tue 29 Sep.**


Revision [22163]

Edited on 2015-09-23 10:50:51 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- For the next few weeks, we're going to be looking at two web sites as sites of argument. For Thur, Read Longaker and Walker, chap 3, pp 44 - 80.
- Then go on to the material for the project: ArgumentInTwoWebSites.
=== Mon 28 Sep midnight: Due ===
- The first part due **Tue 29 Sep.**
Deletions:
=== Next Up ===
For the next couple weeks, we're going to be looking at a couple of web sites as sites of argument.
- Read Longaker and Walker, chap 3, pp 44 - 80.
- A project will be posted on Wed 23 Sep, concerning ArgumentInTwoWebSites. The first part due **Tue 29 Sep.**


Revision [22153]

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Additions:
- A project will be posted on Wed 23 Sep, concerning ArgumentInTwoWebSites. The first part due **Tue 29 Sep.**
Deletions:
- A project will be posted on Wed 23 Sep, concerning ArgumentInTwoWebSites


Revision [22110]

Edited on 2015-09-22 09:53:23 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Debrief on this week's exercise of LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit. In class students will review what they found. If you didn't post the summary, take the time to do so later today - after- class. I'll post notes on the how you handled the exercise on Wednesday. DebriefOnLookingAtTexualizedRhetSit
Deletions:
- Debrief on this week's exercise of LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit. In class students will review what they found. If you didn't post the summary, take the time to do so later today - after- class. I'll post notes on the how you handled the exercise on Wednesday.


Revision [22109]

Edited on 2015-09-22 08:43:47 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
For the next couple weeks, we're going to be looking at a couple of web sites as sites of argument.
Deletions:
- For the next couple weeks, we're going to be looking at a couple of web sites as sites of argument.


Revision [22108]

Edited on 2015-09-22 08:43:07 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Debrief on this week's exercise of LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit. In class students will review what they found. If you didn't post the summary, take the time to do so later today - after- class. I'll post notes on the how you handled the exercise on Wednesday.
Deletions:
- Debrief on this week's exercise of LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit. In class students will review what they found. I'll post notes on the how you handled the exercise on Wednesday.


Revision [22093]

Edited on 2015-09-22 07:54:16 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Debrief on this week's exercise of LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit. In class students will review what they found. I'll post notes on the how you handled the exercise on Wednesday.
=== Next Up ===
=== for Thu 24 Sep ===
- A project will be posted on Wed 23 Sep, concerning ArgumentInTwoWebSites
Deletions:
- Debrief on this week's exercise of LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit. In class students will review what they found. I'll post notes on the exercise on Wednesday.
Next Up


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Edited on 2015-09-22 06:14:14 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Debrief on this week's exercise of LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit. In class students will review what they found. I'll post notes on the exercise on Wednesday.
Next Up
- For the next couple weeks, we're going to be looking at a couple of web sites as sites of argument.
- Read Longaker and Walker, chap 3, pp 44 - 80.
Deletions:
- debrief on this week's exercise of LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit
- starting first project: TBA.
- Read Longaker and Walker, chap 3, pp 44 - 80. For the next few weeks, we're going to be looking at a couple of web sites as sites of argument.


Revision [22080]

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Additions:
- Read Longaker and Walker, chap 3, pp 44 - 80. For the next few weeks, we're going to be looking at a couple of web sites as sites of argument.


Revision [22079]

Edited on 2015-09-21 08:35:29 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- debrief on this week's exercise of LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit
Deletions:
- debrief on this week's exercise


Revision [22078]

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Deletions:
=== for Tue 15 Sep ===
We've completed a first pass at considering the rhetorical situation. My notes are in DebriefingOnAspectsOfRhetSitExercise. These are notes on your work with the exercise, with some examples of notes that develop insight, and advice on method. They also develop the idea of the digital rhetorical situation further, based on what you have written about it in your notes. The notes are in draft until end of day of Sunday, but you're welcome to consider them and comment on the as I draft them. Post comments in the Comments section, or edit the page and add your notes directly to my text. That's the wiki way: collaborative editing.
//The notes I post are not optional reading, and they are not re-hashings of ideas in the text//. They add to the text. They have the same status as the text itself: Reading is required for moving forward in the course.
**To prepare for class for the 15th**, review the following material BEFORE class so you can work with it during class.
- Review DebriefingOnAspectsOfRhetSitExercise
- Review TheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation, in Longaker, pp 15 - 20.
- My NotesOnTheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation present an example of how the texualized situation applies in a text message.
=== Tue 15 Sep ===
- Questions?
- New exercise: LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit. Local students start it in class.
- Exercise due Sun 20 Sep, midnight.


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- Questions?


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>>{{image url="http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/images/Voila_Capture%202015-09-08_09-40-19_AM.png" width="376px"}}
Visual metonymy in a tweet
- DebriefingOnAspectsOfRhetSitExercise
- TheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation
- NotesOnTheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation
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>>{{image url="http://www.niu.edu/mcycle/images/homepage/start_seeing_motorcycles.jpg" width="376px"}}
-


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Additions:
- Review TheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation, in Longaker, pp 15 - 20.
- My NotesOnTheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation present an example of how the texualized situation applies in a text message.
Deletions:
- Review TheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation, in Longaker, pp 15 - 20. My NotesOnTheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation present an example of how the texualized situation applies in a text message.


Revision [21820]

Edited on 2015-09-15 07:22:00 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
=== Tue 15 Sep ===
- New exercise: LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit. Local students start it in class.
Deletions:
- Local students: Start LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit in class.
- Online students LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit.


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Additions:
- Exercise due Sun 20 Sep, midnight.
=== Tue 22 Sep ===
Deletions:
- Exercise due Sun midnight.
=== for Tue 22 Sep ===


Revision [21818]

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Additions:
- Review DebriefingOnAspectsOfRhetSitExercise
- Local students: Start LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit in class.
- Online students LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit.
- Exercise due Sun midnight.
Deletions:
- Review DebriefingOnAspectsOfRhetSitExercise (posted in draft)
- Local students: We'll start a second exercise in class. Online students will see the same exercise Tues morning, due Sun evening.


Revision [21809]

Edited on 2015-09-15 06:26:55 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
=== for Tue 22 Sep ===
- debrief on this week's exercise
- starting first project: TBA.


Revision [21808]

Edited on 2015-09-15 06:23:38 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
//The notes I post are not optional reading, and they are not re-hashings of ideas in the text//. They add to the text. They have the same status as the text itself: Reading is required for moving forward in the course.
Deletions:
The notes are not optional reading, and they are not re-hashings of ideas in the text. They add to the text. They have the same status as the text itself: reading required for moving forward in the course.


Revision [21805]

Edited on 2015-09-15 06:01:19 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Review TheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation, in Longaker, pp 15 - 20. My NotesOnTheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation present an example of how the texualized situation applies in a text message.
Deletions:
- Review The Texualized Rhetorical Situation, in Longaker, pp 15 - 20. My NotesOnTheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation present an example of how the texualized situation applies in a text message.


Revision [21801]

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Deletions:
=== update 9 Sep ===
- I'm reviewing AspectsOfTheRhetoricalSituationExercise. There will NOT be a second part.
- I'll post a debriefing on that exercise Thur or Friday.
- I'll post the next posted on Tue 15 Sep. On campus students will start it in class, to finish by Thu 17 Sep.
- reference: NotesOnLongakerChap1And2


Revision [21781]

Edited on 2015-09-12 06:13:01 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
We've completed a first pass at considering the rhetorical situation. My notes are in DebriefingOnAspectsOfRhetSitExercise. These are notes on your work with the exercise, with some examples of notes that develop insight, and advice on method. They also develop the idea of the digital rhetorical situation further, based on what you have written about it in your notes. The notes are in draft until end of day of Sunday, but you're welcome to consider them and comment on the as I draft them. Post comments in the Comments section, or edit the page and add your notes directly to my text. That's the wiki way: collaborative editing.
- Review DebriefingOnAspectsOfRhetSitExercise (posted in draft)
Deletions:
We've completed a first pass at considering the rhetorical situation. My notes are in DebriefingOnAspectsOfTheRhetSitExercise. These are notes on your work with the exercise, with some examples of notes that develop insight, and advice on method. They also develop the idea of the digital rhetorical situation further, based on what you have written about it in your notes. The notes are in draft until end of day of Sunday, but you're welcome to consider them and comment on the as I draft them. Post comments in the Comments section, or edit the page and add your notes directly to my text. That's the wiki way: collaborative editing.
- Review DebriefOnAspect OfTheRhetSitExercise (posted in draft)


Revision [21779]

Edited on 2015-09-12 06:12:09 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
We've completed a first pass at considering the rhetorical situation. My notes are in DebriefingOnAspectsOfTheRhetSitExercise. These are notes on your work with the exercise, with some examples of notes that develop insight, and advice on method. They also develop the idea of the digital rhetorical situation further, based on what you have written about it in your notes. The notes are in draft until end of day of Sunday, but you're welcome to consider them and comment on the as I draft them. Post comments in the Comments section, or edit the page and add your notes directly to my text. That's the wiki way: collaborative editing.
Deletions:
We've completed a first pass at considering the rhetorical situation. My notes are in DebriefOnAspectsOfTheRhetSitExercise. These are notes on your work with the exercise, with some examples of notes that develop insight, and advice on method. They also develop the idea of the digital rhetorical situation further, based on what you have written about it in your notes. The notes are in draft until end of day of Sunday, but you're welcome to consider them and comment on the as I draft them. Post comments in the Comments section, or edit the page and add your notes directly to my text. That's the wiki way: collaborative editing.


Revision [21778]

Edited on 2015-09-12 06:11:50 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
We've completed a first pass at considering the rhetorical situation. My notes are in DebriefOnAspectsOfTheRhetSitExercise. These are notes on your work with the exercise, with some examples of notes that develop insight, and advice on method. They also develop the idea of the digital rhetorical situation further, based on what you have written about it in your notes. The notes are in draft until end of day of Sunday, but you're welcome to consider them and comment on the as I draft them. Post comments in the Comments section, or edit the page and add your notes directly to my text. That's the wiki way: collaborative editing.
The notes are not optional reading, and they are not re-hashings of ideas in the text. They add to the text. They have the same status as the text itself: reading required for moving forward in the course.
**To prepare for class for the 15th**, review the following material BEFORE class so you can work with it during class.
- Review DebriefOnAspect OfTheRhetSitExercise (posted in draft)
Deletions:
We've completed a first pass at considering the rhetorical situation. I've made some notes on your work in DebriefingOnAspectsOfRhetSitExercise. These are notes on your work as well as further notes on kairos and a couple of other rhetorical terms.They are in draft until end of day of Sunday.
To prepare for class for the 15th, review the following material BEFORE class so you can work with it during class.
- Review DebriefingOnAspectsOfRhetSitExercise (posted in draft)


Revision [21776]

Edited on 2015-09-12 06:01:03 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
We've completed a first pass at considering the rhetorical situation. I've made some notes on your work in DebriefingOnAspectsOfRhetSitExercise. These are notes on your work as well as further notes on kairos and a couple of other rhetorical terms.They are in draft until end of day of Sunday.
- Review DebriefingOnAspectsOfRhetSitExercise (posted in draft)
Deletions:
We've completed a first pass at considering the rhetorical situation. I've made some notes on your work in DebriefOnAspectsOfTheRhetSitExercise. These are notes on your work as well as further notes on kairos and a couple of other rhetorical terms.They are in draft until end of day of Sunday.
- Review DebriefOnAspect OfTheRhetSitExercise (posted in draft)


Revision [21774]

Edited on 2015-09-12 06:00:03 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
We've completed a first pass at considering the rhetorical situation. I've made some notes on your work in DebriefOnAspectsOfTheRhetSitExercise. These are notes on your work as well as further notes on kairos and a couple of other rhetorical terms.They are in draft until end of day of Sunday.
Deletions:
We've completed a first pass at considering the rhetorical situation. I've made some notes on your work in DebriefOnAspect OfTheRhetSitExercise. These are notes on your work as well as further notes on kairos and a couple of other rhetorical terms.


Revision [21772]

Edited on 2015-09-12 05:59:22 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
We've completed a first pass at considering the rhetorical situation. I've made some notes on your work in DebriefOnAspect OfTheRhetSitExercise. These are notes on your work as well as further notes on kairos and a couple of other rhetorical terms.
To prepare for class for the 15th, review the following material BEFORE class so you can work with it during class.
- Review DebriefOnAspect OfTheRhetSitExercise (posted in draft)
- Local students: We'll start a second exercise in class. Online students will see the same exercise Tues morning, due Sun evening.
Deletions:
To prepare for class, review this material BEFORE class so you can work with it during class.
- Review Debrief On Aspects OfTheRhetSitExercise (to be posted)
- In class exercise for local students. Online registered students will see the same exercise Tues morning, due Sun evening.


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Additions:
- In class exercise for local students. Online registered students will see the same exercise Tues morning, due Sun evening.
Deletions:
- in class exercise


Revision [21754]

Edited on 2015-09-09 09:10:06 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Review The Texualized Rhetorical Situation, in Longaker, pp 15 - 20. My NotesOnTheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation present an example of how the texualized situation applies in a text message.
Deletions:
- Review The Texualized Rhetorical Situation, in Longaker, pp 15 - 20. My NotesOnTheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation give you an example of how the sexualized situation applies in a text message.


Revision [21748]

Edited on 2015-09-09 08:56:20 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Review The Texualized Rhetorical Situation, in Longaker, pp 15 - 20. My NotesOnTheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation give you an example of how the sexualized situation applies in a text message.
Deletions:
- Review The Texualized Rhetorical Situation, in Longaker, pp 15 - 20.
- Review NotesOnTheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation


Revision [21747]

Edited on 2015-09-09 08:55:14 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Review The Texualized Rhetorical Situation, in Longaker, pp 15 - 20.
Deletions:
- Review TheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation (Longaker, pp 15 - 20)


Revision [21745]

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Deletions:
=== for Tue 8 Sep ===
- Day classes don't meet.
- Next exercise: AspectsOfTheRhetoricalSituationExercise **Due by 9:00 am, Tue 8 Sep**. Do it before the weekend and take two weekdays off! ++I'll post a second exercise on Tuesday or Wednesday to prepare for our meeting on 15 Sep.++
- NotesOnLongakerChap1And2


Revision [21744]

Edited on 2015-09-09 08:53:30 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- I'm reviewing AspectsOfTheRhetoricalSituationExercise. There will NOT be a second part.
- I'll post the next posted on Tue 15 Sep. On campus students will start it in class, to finish by Thu 17 Sep.
To prepare for class, review this material BEFORE class so you can work with it during class.
- Review Debrief On Aspects OfTheRhetSitExercise (to be posted)
Deletions:
- I'm reviewing AspectsOfTheRhetoricalSituationExercise. There will not be a second part.
- There will be a new exercise posted on Tue 15 Sep. On campus students will start it in class, to finish by Thu 17 Sep.


Revision [21743]

Edited on 2015-09-09 08:50:42 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Review TheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation (Longaker, pp 15 - 20)
- Review NotesOnTheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation
- in class exercise
Deletions:
- Review TheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation


Revision [21742]

Edited on 2015-09-09 08:49:14 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- I'm reviewing AspectsOfTheRhetoricalSituationExercise. There will not be a second part.
- I'll post a debriefing on that exercise Thur or Friday.
- There will be a new exercise posted on Tue 15 Sep. On campus students will start it in class, to finish by Thu 17 Sep.
- reference: NotesOnLongakerChap1And2
- Review TheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation
Deletions:
- I'm reviewing AspectsOfTheRhetoricalSituationExercise
- I'll be posting a debriefing on that exercise Thur or Friday.


Revision [21741]

Edited on 2015-09-09 08:36:14 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Next exercise: AspectsOfTheRhetoricalSituationExercise **Due by 9:00 am, Tue 8 Sep**. Do it before the weekend and take two weekdays off! ++I'll post a second exercise on Tuesday or Wednesday to prepare for our meeting on 15 Sep.++
=== update 9 Sep ===
- I'm reviewing AspectsOfTheRhetoricalSituationExercise
- I'll be posting a debriefing on that exercise Thur or Friday.
Deletions:
- Next exercise: AspectsOfTheRhetoricalSituationExercise **Due by 9:00 am, Tue 8 Sep**. Do it before the weekend and take two weekdays off! I'll post a second exercise on Tuesday or Wednesday to prepare for our meeting on 15 Sep.


Revision [21732]

Edited on 2015-09-08 09:48:32 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
AlexandraNarverud | AllexusBlanski | AmandaBrunsberg | AnthonyBurn | AricaJolicoeur | GregoryButton | KristenBloomquist | PeterAnderson | PeterCoffin | PatriciaHarris | RachelHoheisel |KendraKennebeck | JamiePlatt | NickolasRetka | RachelScales | CraigSorby | DustinWaulk | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
AlexandraNarverud | AllexusBlanski | AmandaBrunsberg | AnthonyBurn | GregoryButton | KristenBloomquist | PeterAnderson | PeterCoffin | PatriciaHarris | RachelHoheisel | AricaJolicoeur | KendraKennebeck | JamiePlatt | NickolasRetka | RachelScales | CraigSorby | DustinWaulk | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


Revision [21731]

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Additions:
AlexandraNarverud | AllexusBlanski | AmandaBrunsberg | AnthonyBurn | GregoryButton | KristenBloomquist | PeterAnderson | PeterCoffin | PatriciaHarris | RachelHoheisel | AricaJolicoeur | KendraKennebeck | JamiePlatt | NickolasRetka | RachelScales | CraigSorby | DustinWaulk | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
AlexandraNarverud | AllexusBlanski | KristenBloomquist | AmandaBrunsberg | AnthonyBurn | GregoryButton | PeterAnderson | PeterCoffin | PatriciaHarris | RachelHoheisel | AricaJolicoeur | KendraKennebeck | JamiePlatt | NickolasRetka | RachelScales | CraigSorby | DustinWaulk | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


Revision [21725]

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Deletions:
- [[NotesOnTheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation]]


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Additions:
== Reference ==
- WhatMakesThisRhetoricalMorgansNotes
-
Deletions:
=== Tue 1 Sep ===
- 9:00am: WhatMakesThisRhetorical due.
- Questions on statement. Problems?
- The rider
- Face to face debrief of WhatMakesThisRhetorical exercise.
- My debrief notes posted after class
- Read Longaker, chaps 1 - 2 to p 21. Questions? You'll be working with chap 2 this coming week.
- Expect exercises posted each Wednesday or Thursday for following Tuesday.
=== 2 Sep ===
- WhatMakesThisRhetoricalMorgansNotes. If you have more to add to these notes, you're welcome to edit the page and add. Or post your additions or questions to the comments section of the page.
- I have been posting updates to this home page to d2l news, with a link to this wiki so you can work.


Revision [21705]

Edited on 2015-09-08 08:12:41 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Deletions:
- [[LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit]] exercise


Revision [21703]

Edited on 2015-09-08 08:11:44 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Next exercise: AspectsOfTheRhetoricalSituationExercise **Due by 9:00 am, Tue 8 Sep**. Do it before the weekend and take two weekdays off! I'll post a second exercise on Tuesday or Wednesday to prepare for our meeting on 15 Sep.
- [[LookingAtTheTexualizedRhetSit]] exercise
Deletions:
- Next exercise: AspectsOfTheRhetoricalSituationExercise, part 1. **Due by 9:00 am, Tue 8 Sep**. Do it before the weekend and take two weekdays off! I'll post the part 2 of this exercise next Tuesday or Wednesday.


Revision [21701]

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Additions:
- [[NotesOnTheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation]]
Deletions:
- [[NotesOnTheTexualilzedRhetoricalSituation]]


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Additions:
- [[NotesOnTheTexualilzedRhetoricalSituation]]
Deletions:
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=== for Tue 15 Sep ===
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Revision [21510]

Edited on 2015-09-05 08:29:09 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Next exercise: AspectsOfTheRhetoricalSituationExercise, part 1. **Due by 9:00 am, Tue 8 Sep**. Do it before the weekend and take two weekdays off! I'll post the part 2 of this exercise next Tuesday or Wednesday.
Deletions:
- Next exercise: AspectsOfTheRhetoricalSituationExercise, part 1. Due by 9:00 am, Tue 8 Sep. Do it before the weekend and take two weekdays off! I'll post the part 2 of this exercise next Tuesday or Wednesday.


Revision [21453]

Edited on 2015-09-02 09:51:17 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- NotesOnLongakerChap1And2


Revision [21452]

Edited on 2015-09-02 09:44:33 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Next exercise: AspectsOfTheRhetoricalSituationExercise, part 1. Due by 9:00 am, Tue 8 Sep. Do it before the weekend and take two weekdays off! I'll post the part 2 of this exercise next Tuesday or Wednesday.
Deletions:
- Exercise will be due by 9:00 am, ok?


Revision [21429]

Edited on 2015-09-02 07:54:40 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- I have been posting updates to this home page to d2l news, with a link to this wiki so you can work.


Revision [21428]

Edited on 2015-09-02 07:52:36 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- WhatMakesThisRhetoricalMorgansNotes. If you have more to add to these notes, you're welcome to edit the page and add. Or post your additions or questions to the comments section of the page.
Deletions:
- WhatMakesThisRhetoricalMorgansNotes


Revision [21422]

Edited on 2015-09-02 06:56:15 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
=== 2 Sep ===
- WhatMakesThisRhetoricalMorgansNotes


Revision [21355]

Edited on 2015-09-01 08:57:23 by PeterAnderson [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Questions on statement. Problems?
- The rider
Deletions:
- Questions on statement. Problems.


Revision [21354]

Edited on 2015-09-01 08:56:55 by PeterAnderson [Reverted to previous revision]
Deletions:
=== The Rider ===
I included a rider in the CourseStatement as a gauge for you to see how closely you're reading. A //rider// is a provision in a contract that needs to be followed. Riders are sometimes nefariously used to see if the parties are actually readying the contract. Two readers saw the rider and followed it. There's no penalty for not seeing it, but if you didn't see it, you're not reading closely. Close reading is going to be crucial in this course.


Revision [21352]

Edited on 2015-09-01 08:56:11 by PeterAnderson [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
Earlier announcements on the CourseSyllabus page
Deletions:
Course starts 25 Aug 12:30. Hs 109. Meets face to face weekly on Tuesdays. Assignments and exercises are required to be posted online at scheduled times.
=== Tue 25 Aug: Start Up===
We'll spend the couple weeks of the course getting set up, developing a method for taking notes, and establishing a pace for exercises.
- **Online students in ENGL 5179: Use ERhetStartUp page**.
- Intros
- CourseStatement
- Text: Longaker and Walker
- Face to face: Intro to wiki, and assignment to SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise
- All: If you have questions on the course statement or the course, post them in the Comments at the bottom of the CourseStatement page.
=== Thu 27 Aug ===
- Questions? Post them them in the Comments section of the CourseStatement page.
- **Deadline**: The SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise due by 9:00am. You should be registered on the wiki, have some practice in, and have a wiki name page set up by this time.
=== Fri 28 Aug ===
10:18 AM
Nearly everyone is registered on the wiki and set up, so I want to give everyone a chance to settle in with an exercise in seeing rhetoric.
- If you have the Longaker and Walker text, read the first chapter as a brief orientation to what we're studying (rhetoric) and what we're doing (rhetorical analysis). Then turn your attention to the exercise, WhatMakesThisRhetorical.
- As always, read the exercise carefully, as you would a textbook, mark it up if that's your preference.
- Due by** Tue 1 Sep 9:00am**.
- Questions? Ask them in the comments section of the WhatMakesThisRhetorical page. Or email me.


Revision [21337]

Edited on 2015-09-01 08:08:17 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- My debrief notes posted after class
- Expect exercises posted each Wednesday or Thursday for following Tuesday.
- Day classes don't meet.
- Exercise will be due by 9:00 am, ok?
Deletions:
- My debrief notes posted.
- Expect exercises posted each Wednesday for following Tuesday.
- tba


Revision [21336]

Edited on 2015-09-01 07:58:56 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
AlexandraNarverud | AllexusBlanski | KristenBloomquist | AmandaBrunsberg | AnthonyBurn | GregoryButton | PeterAnderson | PeterCoffin | PatriciaHarris | RachelHoheisel | AricaJolicoeur | KendraKennebeck | JamiePlatt | NickolasRetka | RachelScales | CraigSorby | DustinWaulk | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
AlexandraNarverud | AllexusBlanski | KristenBloomquist | AmandaBrunsberg | AnthonyBurn | GregoryButton | PeterAnderson | PeterCoffin | PatriciaHarris | RachelHoheisel | AricaJolicoeur | KendraKennebeck | JamiePlatt | NickolasRetka | RachelScales | CraigSorby | DustinWaulk | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien |JoelVerschay | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


Revision [21318]

Edited on 2015-09-01 06:17:44 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Questions on statement. Problems.


Revision [21215]

Edited on 2015-08-31 10:48:36 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Read Longaker, chaps 1 - 2 to p 21. Questions? You'll be working with chap 2 this coming week.
Deletions:
- Read Longaker, chaps 1 - 2 to p 21. Questions?


Revision [21205]

Edited on 2015-08-31 10:20:13 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- My debrief notes posted.
- Read Longaker, chaps 1 - 2 to p 21. Questions?
- Expect exercises posted each Wednesday for following Tuesday.
=== for Tue 8 Sep ===
- tba
Deletions:
- My debrief notes posted
- Read Longaker, chaps 1 - 2 to p 21. Expect an exercise due later in the week. TBA.


Revision [21189]

Edited on 2015-08-30 10:49:28 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
Course starts 25 Aug 12:30. Hs 109. Meets face to face weekly on Tuesdays. Assignments and exercises are required to be posted online at scheduled times.
=== Tue 25 Aug: Start Up===
We'll spend the couple weeks of the course getting set up, developing a method for taking notes, and establishing a pace for exercises.
- **Online students in ENGL 5179: Use ERhetStartUp page**.
- Intros
- CourseStatement
- Text: Longaker and Walker
- Face to face: Intro to wiki, and assignment to SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise
- All: If you have questions on the course statement or the course, post them in the Comments at the bottom of the CourseStatement page.
=== Thu 27 Aug ===
- Questions? Post them them in the Comments section of the CourseStatement page.
- **Deadline**: The SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise due by 9:00am. You should be registered on the wiki, have some practice in, and have a wiki name page set up by this time.
- Read Longaker, chaps 1 - 2 to p 21. Expect an exercise due later in the week. TBA.
Deletions:
Older announcements are on the CourseSyllabus page.
- Read Longaker, chaps 1 - 2 to p 21. Expect an exercise due Thu.


Revision [21187]

Edited on 2015-08-30 09:15:29 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
Older announcements are on the CourseSyllabus page.
Deletions:
Course starts 25 Aug 12:30. Hs 109. Meets face to face weekly on Tuesdays. Assignments and exercises are required to be posted online at scheduled times.
=== Tue 25 Aug: Start Up===
We'll spend the couple weeks of the course getting set up, developing a method for taking notes, and establishing a pace for exercises.
- **Online students in ENGL 5179: Use ERhetStartUp page**.
- Intros
- CourseStatement
- Text: Longaker and Walker
- Face to face: Intro to wiki, and assignment to SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise
- All: If you have questions on the course statement or the course, post them in the Comments at the bottom of the CourseStatement page.
=== Thu 27 Aug ===
- Questions? Post them them in the Comments section of the CourseStatement page.
- **Deadline**: The SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise due by 9:00am. You should be registered on the wiki, have some practice in, and have a wiki name page set up by this time.


Revision [21186]

Edited on 2015-08-30 09:11:24 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
Adding links, images, and new page? Use the GettingStarted page on this wiki.
Deletions:
Use the GettingStarted page on this wiki.


Revision [21185]

Edited on 2015-08-30 09:10:28 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
I included a rider in the CourseStatement as a gauge for you to see how closely you're reading. A //rider// is a provision in a contract that needs to be followed. Riders are sometimes nefariously used to see if the parties are actually readying the contract. Two readers saw the rider and followed it. There's no penalty for not seeing it, but if you didn't see it, you're not reading closely. Close reading is going to be crucial in this course.
=== Questions on Formatting Pages? ===
Use the GettingStarted page on this wiki.
Deletions:
I included a rider in the CourseStatement. Only two readers actually saw it and. That means that you're not reading closely.


Revision [21181]

Edited on 2015-08-30 08:56:55 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
AlexandraNarverud | AllexusBlanski | KristenBloomquist | AmandaBrunsberg | AnthonyBurn | GregoryButton | PeterAnderson | PeterCoffin | PatriciaHarris | RachelHoheisel | AricaJolicoeur | KendraKennebeck | JamiePlatt | NickolasRetka | RachelScales | CraigSorby | DustinWaulk | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien |JoelVerschay | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
AlexandraNarverud | AllexusBlanski | KristenBloomquist | AmandaBrunsberg | AnthonyBurn | GregoryButton | PeterAnderson | PeterCoffin | PatriciaHarris | RachelHoheisel | AricaJolicoeur | KendraKennebeck | JamiePlatt | NickolasRetka | RachelScales | CraigSorby | DustinWaulk | LinaAzzam | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien |JoelVerschay | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


Revision [21180]

Edited on 2015-08-30 08:54:20 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
=== The Rider ===
Deletions:
== Chrome Yellow ==


Revision [21179]

Edited on 2015-08-30 08:53:55 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
== Chrome Yellow ==
I included a rider in the CourseStatement. Only two readers actually saw it and. That means that you're not reading closely.


Revision [21175]

Edited on 2015-08-30 08:45:43 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
AlexandraNarverud | AllexusBlanski | KristenBloomquist | AmandaBrunsberg | AnthonyBurn | GregoryButton | PeterAnderson | PeterCoffin | PatriciaHarris | RachelHoheisel | AricaJolicoeur | KendraKennebeck | JamiePlatt | NickolasRetka | RachelScales | CraigSorby | DustinWaulk | LinaAzzam | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien |JoelVerschay | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
AllexusBlanski | KristenBloomquist | AmandaBrunsberg | AnthonyBurn | GregoryButton | PeterAnderson | PeterCoffin | PatriciaHarris | RachelHoheisel | AricaJolicoeur | KendraKennebeck | AlexandraNarverud | JamiePlatt | NickolasRetka | RachelScales | CraigSorby | DustinWaulk | LinaAzzam | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien |JoelVerschay | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


Revision [21164]

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Additions:
>>{{image url="http://www.niu.edu/mcycle/images/homepage/start_seeing_motorcycles.jpg" width="376px"}}
==A definition of rhetoric==
Deletions:
>>{{image url="http://www.niu.edu/mcycle/images/homepage/start_seeing_motorcycles.jpg" width="376px"}}==A definition of rhetoric==


Revision [21163]

Edited on 2015-08-28 08:24:42 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
>>{{image url="http://www.niu.edu/mcycle/images/homepage/start_seeing_motorcycles.jpg" width="376px"}}==A definition of rhetoric==
Deletions:
{{image url="http://www.niu.edu/mcycle/images/homepage/start_seeing_motorcycles.jpg" width="376px">>==A definition of rhetoric==


Revision [21162]

Edited on 2015-08-28 08:24:23 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
{{image url="http://www.niu.edu/mcycle/images/homepage/start_seeing_motorcycles.jpg" width="376px">>==A definition of rhetoric==
Deletions:
>>==A definition of rhetoric==


Revision [21161]

Edited on 2015-08-28 08:22:46 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
Nearly everyone is registered on the wiki and set up, so I want to give everyone a chance to settle in with an exercise in seeing rhetoric.
Deletions:
Nearly everyone is registered on the wiki and set up, so I want to give everyone a chance to settle in with an exercise seeing rhetoric.


Revision [21159]

Edited on 2015-08-28 08:18:57 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
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=== Required Text ===
- Longaker, M and J Walker. //Rhetorical Analysis//. Longman Pearson, 2011. ISBN-13: 978-0205565702 ISBN-10: 0205565700. University bookstore, Amazon, and elsewhere. You will need the text for the first week of the course.
- Other texts supplied on this wiki or in pdf by the professor. Texts provided online are required.


Revision [21158]

Edited on 2015-08-28 08:18:32 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
10:18 AM
Nearly everyone is registered on the wiki and set up, so I want to give everyone a chance to settle in with an exercise seeing rhetoric.
- If you have the Longaker and Walker text, read the first chapter as a brief orientation to what we're studying (rhetoric) and what we're doing (rhetorical analysis). Then turn your attention to the exercise, WhatMakesThisRhetorical.
- As always, read the exercise carefully, as you would a textbook, mark it up if that's your preference.
- Due by** Tue 1 Sep 9:00am**.
- Questions? Ask them in the comments section of the WhatMakesThisRhetorical page. Or email me.
- 9:00am: WhatMakesThisRhetorical due.
- Face to face debrief of WhatMakesThisRhetorical exercise.
Deletions:
Nearly everyone is registered and set up, so we'll give everyone a chance to settle in with an exercise in tuning a rhetorical eye.
Follow the exercise WhatMakesThisRhetorical.
- due by** Tue 1 Sep 9:00am**.
- Face to face debrief of exercise.


Revision [21148]

Edited on 2015-08-28 07:40:08 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
Nearly everyone is registered and set up, so we'll give everyone a chance to settle in with an exercise in tuning a rhetorical eye.
Follow the exercise WhatMakesThisRhetorical.
- due by** Tue 1 Sep 9:00am**.
Deletions:
- I'll post an exercise online that will be due by** Tue 1 Sep 9:00am**.


Revision [21147]

Edited on 2015-08-28 07:29:33 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
AllexusBlanski | KristenBloomquist | AmandaBrunsberg | AnthonyBurn | GregoryButton | PeterAnderson | PeterCoffin | PatriciaHarris | RachelHoheisel | AricaJolicoeur | KendraKennebeck | AlexandraNarverud | JamiePlatt | NickolasRetka | RachelScales | CraigSorby | DustinWaulk | LinaAzzam | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien |JoelVerschay | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
AllexusBlanski | KristenBloomquist | AmandaBrunsberg | AnthonyBurn | GregoryButton | PeterCoffin | PatriciaHarris | RachelHoheisel | AricaJolicoeur | KendraKennebeck | AlexandraNarverud | JamiePlatt | NickolasRetka | RachelScales | CraigSorby | DustinWaulk | LinaAzzam | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien |JoelVerschay | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


Revision [21100]

Edited on 2015-08-27 08:23:35 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Deletions:
- Neighborhood visits. Circulate among the wiki names, read the introductions, leave notes in the comments sections. Make contact. Say hello. These are the people you'll be working with in this class for the next fifteen weeks or so.


Revision [21099]

Edited on 2015-08-27 08:23:00 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Neighborhood visits. Circulate among the wiki names, read the introductions, leave notes in the comments sections. Make contact. Say hello. These are the people you'll be working with in this class for the next fifteen weeks or so.
- I'll post an exercise online that will be due by** Tue 1 Sep 9:00am**.
- Read Longaker, chaps 1 - 2 to p 21. Expect an exercise due Thu.
Deletions:
- I'll post an exercise online that will be due by Tue 1 Sep 9:00am.
- Read Longer, chaps 1 - 2 to p 21. Expect an exercise due Thu.


Revision [21057]

Edited on 2015-08-26 11:48:20 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Face to face debrief of exercise.
- My debrief notes posted
Deletions:
- Face to face debrief of exercise
- My debrief notes posted


Revision [21056]

Edited on 2015-08-26 11:47:46 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- **Deadline**: The SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise due by 9:00am. You should be registered on the wiki, have some practice in, and have a wiki name page set up by this time.
Deletions:
- SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise due.


Revision [21053]

Edited on 2015-08-26 11:33:32 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- **Online students in ENGL 5179: Use ERhetStartUp page**.
Deletions:
- Online students in ENGL 5179: Use ERhetStartUp page.


Revision [21050]

Edited on 2015-08-26 09:53:58 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Online students in ENGL 5179: Use ERhetStartUp page.
Deletions:
- Online group uses ERhetStartUp page.


Revision [21006]

Edited on 2015-08-25 10:20:34 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Face to face: Intro to wiki, and assignment to SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise
- Questions? Post them them in the Comments section of the CourseStatement page.
Deletions:
- Face to face: and SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise


Revision [21004]

Edited on 2015-08-25 10:18:12 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Face to face: and SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise
Deletions:
- Face to face: Intro to the wiki, and SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise


Revision [20999]

Edited on 2015-08-25 07:52:03 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- All: If you have questions on the course statement or the course, post them in the Comments at the bottom of the CourseStatement page.
Deletions:
- All: Post questions on the course statement or the course in the Comments at the bottom of the CourseStatement page.


Revision [20998]

Edited on 2015-08-25 07:51:25 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- I'll post an exercise online that will be due by Tue 1 Sep 9:00am.
- Face to face debrief of exercise
- My debrief notes posted
- Read Longer, chaps 1 - 2 to p 21. Expect an exercise due Thu.
Deletions:
- I'll post an exercise online Tue 1 Sep 9:00am. You'll need the Longaker text for the exercise.
- tba


Revision [20995]

Edited on 2015-08-25 07:38:14 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- I'll post an exercise online Tue 1 Sep 9:00am. You'll need the Longaker text for the exercise.
Deletions:
- Online: I'll post an exercise Tue 1 Sep 9:00am


Revision [20994]

Edited on 2015-08-25 07:37:11 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- All: Post questions on the course statement or the course in the Comments at the bottom of the CourseStatement page.


Revision [20975]

Edited on 2015-08-25 06:17:30 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Deletions:
Message
- page layout
- page flow
- text flow
- navigation
- text
- paragraphs
- sentences
- register
== Reference ==
- TheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation
- ReadingWikiNamePages
- HomePageDescriptionExercise
- SomeTechniquesForObserving
- MorgansNotesOnMSUTechWritingPage
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodDebriefing
- TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject
- TextAndContextInFourWebsitesDebriefing
- KairosAndTheRhetoricalSituation
- GettingStartedWithBlogsExercise
- UsesOfLinksInWeblogs project and taxonomy
- [[http://mcmorgan.org/blog/?p=3119 | Morgan's overview of the Rhetorical Uses of Linkg at Morgan's Log]]
- NotesExamplesFromRhetoricalUseOfLinks


Revision [20974]

Edited on 2015-08-25 06:16:59 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
AllexusBlanski | KristenBloomquist | AmandaBrunsberg | AnthonyBurn | GregoryButton | PeterCoffin | PatriciaHarris | RachelHoheisel | AricaJolicoeur | KendraKennebeck | AlexandraNarverud | JamiePlatt | NickolasRetka | RachelScales | CraigSorby | DustinWaulk | LinaAzzam | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien |JoelVerschay | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
AllexusBlanski | KristenBloomquist | AmandaBrunsberg | AnthonyBurn | GregoryButton | PeterCoffin | PatriciaHarris | RachelHoheisel | AricaJolicoeur | KendraKennebeck | AlexandraNarverud | JamiePlatt | NickolasRetka | RachelScales | CraigSorby | DustinWaulk || LinaAzzam | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien || MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


Revision [20973]

Edited on 2015-08-25 06:15:52 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Online group uses ERhetStartUp page.
AllexusBlanski | KristenBloomquist | AmandaBrunsberg | AnthonyBurn | GregoryButton | PeterCoffin | PatriciaHarris | RachelHoheisel | AricaJolicoeur | KendraKennebeck | AlexandraNarverud | JamiePlatt | NickolasRetka | RachelScales | CraigSorby | DustinWaulk || LinaAzzam | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien || MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
- Online group: ERhetStartUp page.
LinaAzzam | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


Revision [20970]

Edited on 2015-08-25 06:03:15 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Online group: ERhetStartUp page.
Deletions:
- Online group uses ERhetStartUp page.


Revision [20969]

Edited on 2015-08-24 08:12:13 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
=== Tue 25 Aug: Start Up===
We'll spend the couple weeks of the course getting set up, developing a method for taking notes, and establishing a pace for exercises.
=== Thu 27 Aug ===
=== Fri 28 Aug ===
- Online: I'll post an exercise Tue 1 Sep 9:00am
=== Tue 1 Sep ===
- tba
Deletions:
=== 25 Aug: Start Up===
=== 27 Aug ===
- Online: I'll post an exercise due Sun, 9:00am.


Revision [20968]

Edited on 2015-08-24 08:03:30 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Face to face: Intro to the wiki, and SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise
Deletions:
- Face to face: Intro to the wiki.


Revision [20960]

Edited on 2015-08-24 07:43:37 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise due.
- Online: I'll post an exercise due Sun, 9:00am.
Deletions:
- SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise due
-


Revision [20958]

Edited on 2015-08-24 07:38:33 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Text: Longaker and Walker
=== 27 Aug ===
- SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise due
-
Deletions:
- Text: Longacre and Walker
=== 27 Aug:


Revision [20957]

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Additions:
=== 27 Aug:


Revision [20955]

Edited on 2015-08-24 07:26:25 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Face to face: Intro to the wiki.
LinaAzzam | JulieLundblad | KaitlynStewart | WandaSynstelien | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
- Intro to the wiki
StudentName - MorganAdmin - PastParticipants


Revision [20951]

Edited on 2015-08-24 07:19:44 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
=== 25 Aug: Start Up===
- Text: Longacre and Walker
- Online group uses ERhetStartUp page.
Deletions:
=== 25 Aug ===
- Text


Revision [20950]

Edited on 2015-08-19 07:59:29 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
Course starts 25 Aug 12:30. Hs 109. Meets face to face weekly on Tuesdays. Assignments and exercises are required to be posted online at scheduled times.
Deletions:
Course starts 25 Aug 12:00. Hs 109. Meets face to face weekly on Tuesdays. Assignments and exercises are required to be posted online at scheduled times.


Revision [20945]

Edited on 2015-08-10 11:21:03 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
CourseStatement | CourseSyllabus | AboutThisWiki | [[http://biro.erhetoric.org Morgan's Wiki]]
=== 25 Aug ===
- Intros
- CourseStatement
- Text
- Intro to the wiki
Deletions:
CourseSyllabus - CourseStatement - AboutThisWiki - [[http://biro.erhetoric.org Morgan's Wiki]]


Revision [20944]

Edited on 2015-08-10 11:19:33 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
Course starts 25 Aug 12:00. Hs 109. Meets face to face weekly on Tuesdays. Assignments and exercises are required to be posted online at scheduled times.
- Longaker, M and J Walker. //Rhetorical Analysis//. Longman Pearson, 2011. ISBN-13: 978-0205565702 ISBN-10: 0205565700. University bookstore, Amazon, and elsewhere. You will need the text for the first week of the course.
- Other texts supplied on this wiki or in pdf by the professor. Texts provided online are required.
Deletions:
Course starts 25 Aug 12:00. Hs 109.
- Longaker, M and J Walker. //Rhetorical Analysis//. Longman Pearson, 2011. ISBN-13: 978-0205565702
ISBN-10: 0205565700. University bookstore, Amazon, and elsewhere. You will need the text for the first week of the course.
- Other texts supplied on this wiki or in pdf by the professor.


Revision [20943]

Edited on 2015-08-10 11:15:59 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Longaker, M and J Walker. //Rhetorical Analysis//. Longman Pearson, 2011. ISBN-13: 978-0205565702
ISBN-10: 0205565700. University bookstore, Amazon, and elsewhere. You will need the text for the first week of the course.
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- Longaker, M and J Walker. //Rhetorical Analysis//. Longman Pearson, 2011


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Course starts 25 Aug 12:00. Hs 109.
=== Required Text ===
- Longaker, M and J Walker. //Rhetorical Analysis//. Longman Pearson, 2011
- Other texts supplied on this wiki or in pdf by the professor.
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==ENGL 3179-5179 Fall 2015==
StudentName - MorganAdmin - PastParticipants
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- MorgansNotesOnMessagesChap1
- MorgansNotesOnMessagesChap2
- HomePageDescriptionExercise
- OverviewOfMethod - Morgan's notes on Chap 3
- MorgansNotesOnMessagesChap4
- NotesOnSphericules
- GriceOnFlouts
==ENGL 3179-5179 Spring 2015==
=== May 2015 ===
- AudienceMarkersInWeblogsProject
AnthonyBurn - BradTramel - ChristineBelgarde - ErinMarsh - MorganAdmin - PastParticipants
- [[On deck: Get note spaces organized. Go to your WikiName page. Create a page for your notes titled NotesOnStonerAndPerkins - followed by your initials. As in NotesOnStonerAndPerkinsMCM. [more to come] ]]


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==ENGL 3179-5179 Spring 2015==
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== A definition of rhetoric==
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CourseSyllabus - CourseStatement - AboutThisWiki - [[http://biro.erhetoric.org Morgan's Wiki]]
AnthonyBurn - BradTramel - ChristineBelgarde - ErinMarsh - MorganAdmin - PastParticipants
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CourseSyllabus | CourseStatement | AboutThisWiki | [[http://biro.erhetoric.org Morgan's Wiki]]
AnthonyBurn | BradTramel | ChristineBelgarde | ErinMarsh | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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=== May 2015 ===
- AudienceMarkersInWeblogsProject
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=== Mar 20 - 25 ===
1. Start by reading Myers, chap 1 and 2.
- Then have a look at my notes on MyersChap1Notes and MyersChap2Notes
- Post any questions you have in the comments section of the wiki page. I’ll monitor these pages and post back.
- **Deadline for this: midnight, Mon 23 Mar.**
2. Next, read Myers, chap 3: Creative Linking, and my notes on MyersChap3Notes, which leads to a more detailed consideration of GriceOnFlouts, and do a practice exercise.
- Read or re-read S&P chap 5: Analysis, to freshen up on how to connect description to analysis using a search model. Pay extra attention to S&P’s material on patterns.
- Read MyersChap3Notes and **do the Practice exercise at the bottom of the MyersChap3Notes page.**
- Questions to the wiki page with my notes, as before.
- **Deadline for this: midnight, Weds 25 Mar.**
====Project: UsesOfLinksInWeblogs ====
=== 25 Mar - 2 April ===
Use Myers, chap 3, as a search model, and his method, notes and findings to organize your analysis.
Get started right away. ** Deadline is midnight, 2 April**.


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==== for the rest of March ====
Owing to the break and the short semester, I’ve gotten us a little behind. So I’m cutting the exercise in Invention (S&P , Chap 9), and we’ll move right into working with Myers, //Discourse of Blogs and Wikis.// I’m also setting some deadlines and giving you time to ask questions as we move through the material.
I'm hoping the notes and discussion openings will lighten your cognitive load and that the deadlines will keep us all moving forward - me included! The reading deadlines are short, but the work is brief and focused. The project deadlines will be reasonable.


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====Project: UsesOfLinksInWeblogs ====
=== 25 Mar - 2 April ===
Use Myers, chap 3, as a search model, and his method, notes and findings to organize your analysis.
Get started right away. ** Deadline is midnight, 2 April**.
===
Deletions:
I’ll post the project on Weds 25 Mar: UsesOfLinksInWeblogs. The project will focus on how bloggers use links. You’ll be using Myers, chap 3, as a search model, using his method, notes and findings to organize your analysis.


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- UsesOfLinksInWeblogs project and taxonomy
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- RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs project and taxonomy


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I’ll post the project on Weds 25 Mar: UsesOfLinksInWeblogs. The project will focus on how bloggers use links. You’ll be using Myers, chap 3, as a search model, using his method, notes and findings to organize your analysis.
Deletions:
I’ll post the project on Weds 25 Mar: RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs. The project will focus on how bloggers use links. You’ll be using Myers, chap 3, as a search model, using his method, notes and findings to organize your analysis.


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- Read MyersChap3Notes and **do the Practice exercise at the bottom of the MyersChap3Notes page.**
Deletions:
- Read MyersChap3Notes and **do to the Practice exercise at the bottom of the MyersChap3Notes page.**


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2. Next, read Myers, chap 3: Creative Linking, and my notes on MyersChap3Notes, which leads to a more detailed consideration of GriceOnFlouts, and do a practice exercise.
- Read MyersChap3Notes and **do to the Practice exercise at the bottom of the MyersChap3Notes page.**
Deletions:
2. Next, read Myers, chap 3: Creative Linking, and my notes on MyersChap3Notes.


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- Then have a look at my notes on MyersChap1Notes and MyersChap2Notes
2. Next, read Myers, chap 3: Creative Linking, and my notes on MyersChap3Notes.
Deletions:
- Then have a look at my notes on NotesOnMyersChap1 and NotesOnMyersChap2
2. Next, read Myers, chap 3: Creative Linking, and my notes on Myers, chapter 3.


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- Then have a look at my notes on NotesOnMyersChap1 and NotesOnMyersChap2
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- Then have a look at my notes on Myers chap 1 and Myers chap 2


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I'm hoping the notes and discussion openings will lighten your cognitive load and that the deadlines will keep us all moving forward - me included! The reading deadlines are short, but the work is brief and focused. The project deadlines will be reasonable.


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==== for the rest of March ====
Owing to the break and the short semester, I’ve gotten us a little behind. So I’m cutting the exercise in Invention (S&P , Chap 9), and we’ll move right into working with Myers, //Discourse of Blogs and Wikis.// I’m also setting some deadlines and giving you time to ask questions as we move through the material.
=== Mar 20 - 25 ===
1. Start by reading Myers, chap 1 and 2.
- Then have a look at my notes on Myers chap 1 and Myers chap 2
- Post any questions you have in the comments section of the wiki page. I’ll monitor these pages and post back.
- **Deadline for this: midnight, Mon 23 Mar.**
2. Next, read Myers, chap 3: Creative Linking, and my notes on Myers, chapter 3.
- Read or re-read S&P chap 5: Analysis, to freshen up on how to connect description to analysis using a search model. Pay extra attention to S&P’s material on patterns.
- Questions to the wiki page with my notes, as before.
- **Deadline for this: midnight, Weds 25 Mar.**
I’ll post the project on Weds 25 Mar: RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs. The project will focus on how bloggers use links. You’ll be using Myers, chap 3, as a search model, using his method, notes and findings to organize your analysis.
Deletions:
==== for Mar 20 - Mar 31 ====
Owing to break and the short semester, I’ve gotten us a little behind. So I’m cutting the exercise in Invention (S&P , Chap 9), and we’ll move right into working with Myers, //Discourse of Blogs and Wikis.//
Start by reading Meyer, chap 1 and 2. Then have a look at my notes on the two chapters.
Then, re-read S&P chap 5: Analysis, to freshen up on what we’re doing for the project.
And then, start the project RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs.


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Additions:
Owing to break and the short semester, I’ve gotten us a little behind. So I’m cutting the exercise in Invention (S&P , Chap 9), and we’ll move right into working with Myers, //Discourse of Blogs and Wikis.//
Start by reading Meyer, chap 1 and 2. Then have a look at my notes on the two chapters.
Then, re-read S&P chap 5: Analysis, to freshen up on what we’re doing for the project.
And then, start the project RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs.
Deletions:
- S&P chap 5: Analysis
- Myers, chap 1 - 3
Project: RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs


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- Myers, chap 1 - 3
Project: RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs
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- Myers, chap 1 - 3.
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==== for Mar 20 - Mar 31 ====
- S&P chap 5: Analysis
- Myers, chap 1 - 3.
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Deletions:
==== for week of 1 Mar ====
Read
- S&P chap 5: Analysis.
- S&P chap 9: Classical Rhetoric.
**On Wed, 4 Mar**, I'll post a brief exercise drawing on classical rhetoric to help you become familiar with some classical rhetorical concepts. It will be //very// pointed and brief.
- Past due: TextAndContextExercise


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- S&P chap 9: Classical Rhetoric.
**On Wed, 4 Mar**, I'll post a brief exercise drawing on classical rhetoric to help you become familiar with some classical rhetorical concepts. It will be //very// pointed and brief.
Deletions:
- Myers, The Discourse of Blogs and Wikis, chaps 1 - 3


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Read
- S&P chap 5: Analysis.
- Past due: TextAndContextExercise
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- S&P chap 5: Analysis
- TextAndContextExercise


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==== for week of 1 Mar ====
- S&P chap 5: Analysis
- Myers, The Discourse of Blogs and Wikis, chaps 1 - 3
- TextAndContextExercise
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==== for the week of 22 Feb - 1 Mar ====
===Update 22 Feb 2015 ===
- **Deadline** for Part 1 and 2 of TextAndContextExercise exercise is ++Wednesday, 18 Feb.++ **Weds 25 Feb**.
I'll post the first major project on Wednesday drawing on both S&P and Myers, //The Discourse of Blogs and Wikis.//.


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==== for the week of 22 Feb - 1 Mar ====
===Update 22 Feb 2015 ===
I'll post the first major project on Wednesday drawing on both S&P and Myers, //The Discourse of Blogs and Wikis.//.
Deletions:
HomePageDescriptionExercise wrapped up last Sunday.
==== For the week of 11 Feb - 18 Feb ====
- TextAndContextExercise, part 1. (3-4 hours). Addresses Stoner and Perkins, chap 4: Description.
- This exercise will come in two parts: Deadline for Part 1 is Saturday, midnight. Part 2 will be posted Sunday, and due the following Wednesday, 18 Feb.
- **Deadline for part 1: Saturday, midnight.**
- If you're finding it difficult keeping up, let me know. The deadlines will become firmer as the exercises move into projects. Missing a deadline means missing feedback from me.
====Update 22 Feb 2015 ====


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====Update 22 Feb 2015 ====
- **Deadline** for Part 1 and 2 of TextAndContextExercise exercise is ++Wednesday, 18 Feb.++ **Weds 25 Feb**.
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==Update 15 Feb 2015==
- Part 2 is posted. Deadline for the exercise is Wednesday, 18 Feb.


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==Update 15 Feb 2015==
- Part 2 is posted. Deadline for the exercise is Wednesday, 18 Feb.


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HomePageDescriptionExercise wrapped up last Sunday.
- TextAndContextExercise, part 1. (3-4 hours). Addresses Stoner and Perkins, chap 4: Description.
- This exercise will come in two parts: Deadline for Part 1 is Saturday, midnight. Part 2 will be posted Sunday, and due the following Wednesday, 18 Feb.
- **Deadline for part 1: Saturday, midnight.**
- If you're finding it difficult keeping up, let me know. The deadlines will become firmer as the exercises move into projects. Missing a deadline means missing feedback from me.
Deletions:
HomePageDescriptionExercise wrapped up last Sunday.
- Stoner and Perkins, chap 4 and
- TextAndContextExercise, part 1. (3-4 hours)
- **Deadline for part 1: Friday, midnight**
==== For the week of 28 Jan - 4 Feb ====
===Stoner and Perkins, chap 3===
I'd suggest reviewing your recent work, and the notes I've added:
- Review - RhetoricalMessagesExerciseDebriefing
- Review - BalconyViewExerciseDebriefing
Then, for Friday, 30 Jan, midnight work with
- Exercise for S&P, chap 3: HomePageDescriptionExercise


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HomePageDescriptionExercise wrapped up last Sunday.
==== For the week of 11 Feb - 18 Feb ====
- Stoner and Perkins, chap 4 and
- TextAndContextExercise, part 1. (3-4 hours)
- **Deadline for part 1: Friday, midnight**
- Exercise for S&P, chap 3: HomePageDescriptionExercise
Deletions:
- Exercise for S&P, chap 3: HomePageDescriptionExercise


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AnthonyBurn | BradTramel | ChristineBelgarde | ErinMarsh | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
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AnthonyBurn | BradTramel | ChristineBelgarde | GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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- Review - BalconyViewExerciseDebriefing
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- Review - Balcony View Exercise Debriefing - waiting for everyone to complete the exercise


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- Review - Balcony View Exercise Debriefing - waiting for everyone to complete the exercise
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- Review - BalconyViewExerciseDebriefing


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- HomePageDescriptionExercise
- Exercise for S&P, chap 3: HomePageDescriptionExercise
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- HomePageDescriptionExerise
- Exercise for S&P, chap 3: HomePageDescriptionExerise


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- Exercise for S&P, chap 3: WebPageDescriptionExercise


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===Stoner and Perkins, chap 3===
I'd suggest reviewing your recent work, and the notes I've added:
- Review - BalconyViewExerciseDebriefing
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I'd suggest reviewing your recent work:
- BalconyViewExerciseDebriefing


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Additions:
Older announcements are on the CourseSyllabus page.
Deletions:
==== For the week of 14 Jan - 21 Jan ====
CharacteristicsOfRhetoric - for week 1.
- **Update 21 Jan 2015. **: I've added some notes to Brad's work with StonerChap1BT, and will add notes to Christine's and Tony's when they post. Everyone should have a look at the notes on each other's page - and add responses and more notes as appropriate. WikiPages are living documents, with constant changes and additions.
- Suggestions: Click the RecentChanges navigation link at the top of the page to see what's been updated recently.
- I'll post my notes on the exercise overall when Christine's and Tony's exercises come in.
==== For the week of 21 Jan- 28 Jan ====
Part 1: by Saturday, please.
- You might have read chap 2 already: That's fine. But if you haven't read chap 2, do the BalconyViewExercise (30 minutes or so) before you read it.
- After you do the exercise, go on to read S&P Chap 2 - or review it if you already read it (1 hr).
- After you read chap 2, go back to your work with the BalconyViewExercise and consider, in some notes at the bottom of the page, where you took a critical stance in your work with this exercise, and where you took the other stances S&P consider. Make this a short reflection on what features in your description of the event characterizes the critical stance. (30 mins).
Part 2: Wed 28 Jan
- Read Chap 3, and note the roll the critical stance plays in Description, especially: neutral, non-evaluative, from outside the rhetorical exchange.


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- Read Chap 3, and note the roll the critical stance plays in Description, especially: neutral, non-evaluative, from outside the rhetorical exchange.
I'd suggest reviewing your recent work:
Then, for Friday, 30 Jan, midnight work with
- Exercise for S&P, chap 3: WebPageDescriptionExercise
Deletions:
In the meantime, ...
- Read Chap 3, and note the roll the critical stance plays in Description, especially: neutral, non-evaluative, from outside the rhetorical exchange. I'll post an exercise for Chap 3 by noon Wed, 28 Jan.
- Stoner, chap 3:


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- HomePageDescriptionExerise
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- WebPageDescriptionExercise


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- WebPageDescriptionExercise


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- Review - RhetoricalMessagesExerciseDebriefing
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- Review: RhetoricalMessagesExercise and RhetoricalMessagesExerciseDebriefing


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- Review: RhetoricalMessagesExercise and RhetoricalMessagesExerciseDebriefing
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- RhetoricalMessagesExerciseDebriefing


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==== For the week of 28 Jan - 4 Feb ====
- Stoner, chap 3:
- RhetoricalMessagesExerciseDebriefing
- BalconyViewExerciseDebriefing


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Additions:
- Read Chap 3, and note the roll the critical stance plays in Description, especially: neutral, non-evaluative, from outside the rhetorical exchange. I'll post an exercise for Chap 3 by noon Wed, 28 Jan.
Deletions:
- Read Chap 3. More to come...


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Additions:
- **Update 21 Jan 2015. **: I've added some notes to Brad's work with StonerChap1BT, and will add notes to Christine's and Tony's when they post. Everyone should have a look at the notes on each other's page - and add responses and more notes as appropriate. WikiPages are living documents, with constant changes and additions.
- I'll post my notes on the exercise overall when Christine's and Tony's exercises come in.
- After you do the exercise, go on to read S&P Chap 2 - or review it if you already read it (1 hr).
- After you read chap 2, go back to your work with the BalconyViewExercise and consider, in some notes at the bottom of the page, where you took a critical stance in your work with this exercise, and where you took the other stances S&P consider. Make this a short reflection on what features in your description of the event characterizes the critical stance. (30 mins).
Deletions:
- **Update 21 Jan 2015. **: I've added some notes to Brad's work with StonerChap1BT, and will add notes to Christine's when she posts them. Everyone should have a look at the notes on each other's page - and add responses and more notes as appropriate. WikiPages are living documents, with constant changes and additions.
- I'll post my notes on the exercise overall when Christine's material comes in.
- After you do the exercise, go on to read S&P Chap 2 or review it (1 hr).
- After you read chap 2, go back to your work with the BalconyViewExercise and consider, in some notes at the bottom of the page, where you took a critical stance in your work with this exercise, and where you took the other stances S&P consider. Make this a short reflection on what features in your description of the event characterizes the critical stance. (30 mins)


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Deletions:
Older announcements are on the CourseSyllabus page.
We'll start the class on Weds, 14 Jan, when I'll post materials and exercises for the first week. Expect to post your work to the wiki by Sunday evenings for feedback on Monday or Wednesdays. New material will appear on Wednesdays.


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Additions:
- You might have read chap 2 already: That's fine. But if you haven't read chap 2, do the BalconyViewExercise (30 minutes or so) before you read it.
- After you do the exercise, go on to read S&P Chap 2 or review it (1 hr).
Deletions:
- Do the BalconyViewExercise (30 minutes or so)
- After you do the exercise, go on to read S&P Chap 2. (1 hr)


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Additions:
- **Update 21 Jan 2015. **: I've added some notes to Brad's work with StonerChap1BT, and will add notes to Christine's when she posts them. Everyone should have a look at the notes on each other's page - and add responses and more notes as appropriate. WikiPages are living documents, with constant changes and additions.
- Suggestions: Click the RecentChanges navigation link at the top of the page to see what's been updated recently.
- I'll post my notes on the exercise overall when Christine's material comes in.
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- **Update 21 Jan 2015. **: I've added some notes to Brad's work with StonerChap1BT, and will add notes to look at Christine's when she posts them. Everyone should have a look at the notes - and add responses and more notes as appropriate. (Check the RecentChanges navigation link at the top of the page.). WikiPages are living documents, with constant changes and additions. I'll post my notes on the exercise overall when Christine's material comes in.


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Part 1: by Saturday, please.
- After you do the exercise, go on to read S&P Chap 2. (1 hr)
- After you read chap 2, go back to your work with the BalconyViewExercise and consider, in some notes at the bottom of the page, where you took a critical stance in your work with this exercise, and where you took the other stances S&P consider. Make this a short reflection on what features in your description of the event characterizes the critical stance. (30 mins)
Part 2: Wed 28 Jan
- Read Chap 3. More to come...
Deletions:
- After you do the exercise, go on to read S&P Chap 2.
- After you read chap 2, go back to your work with the BalconyViewExercise and consider, in some notes at the bottom of the page, where you took a critical stance in your work with this exercise, and where you took the other stances S&P consider. Make this a short reflection on what characterizes the critical stance.


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In the meantime, ...
==== For the week of 21 Jan- 28 Jan ====
- Do the BalconyViewExercise (30 minutes or so)
- After you do the exercise, go on to read S&P Chap 2.
- After you read chap 2, go back to your work with the BalconyViewExercise and consider, in some notes at the bottom of the page, where you took a critical stance in your work with this exercise, and where you took the other stances S&P consider. Make this a short reflection on what characterizes the critical stance.
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CharacteristicsOfRhetoric - for week 1.
- **Update 21 Jan 2015. **: I've added some notes to Brad's work with StonerChap1BT, and will add notes to look at Christine's when she posts them. Everyone should have a look at the notes - and add responses and more notes as appropriate. (Check the RecentChanges navigation link at the top of the page.). WikiPages are living documents, with constant changes and additions. I'll post my notes on the exercise overall when Christine's material comes in.
In the meantime, go on to ...
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==== For the week of 14 Jan - 21 Jan ====
CharacteristicsOfRhetoric - for week 1
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==== For the week of 14 Jan - 21 Jan: Getting Started ====
If you haven't already, please read the CourseStatement
We'll get set up on the wiki so you can start submitting notes for the class, and start working with the Stoner and Perkins text, //Making Sense of Messages.//
- Read the CourseStatement. Print it out. Please pay special attention to note-taking: taking note - not writing essays, but taking notes - is the main practice for learning in this course.
- Because we're a small class this semester, you won't be making formal presentations, as mentioned in the syllabus. Instead, I'll ask you to tidy up your notes and write a summary of what you have found so that we can all have a look and compare notes.
Getting started on the wiki - for Friday
- Refer to GettingStarted for detailed information on formatting on a wiki. Print it out.
- If you're new to the wiki, use [[http://mcmorgan.clarify-it.com/d/dkyv7d Getting Started on the Wiki tutorial]] to register on the wiki and become familiar with wiki markup. I'll email you the invitation code. Tony: you're registered already. Brad: You'll have to register for this wiki.
- Once you're registered, do the SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise. Your WikiName page doesn't need to be extensive or detailed. This is some practice in using the wiki and setting up a place to work.
- Have your WikiName page set up by Friday evening we can address any problems that come up.
Getting started with Stoner and Perkins - for Sunday evening.
We'll start slow at first as everyone gets set up and familiar with the wiki and the course itself. Patience! Things will speed up in the next few weeks.
- Read Stoner and Perkins, chap 1.
- Go to your WikiNamePage and start a new page titled StonerChap1 - followed by your initials. That is, I would use StonerChap1MCM. Use that page to write the RhetoricalMessagesExercise.
We'll compare notes on the RhetoricalMessagesExercise next Wednesday, 21 Jan. Meanwhile, read Stoner and Perkins, chap 2.


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==== For the week of 14 Jan - 21 Jan: Getting Started ====
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Getting started on the wiki - for Friday
Getting started with Stoner and Perkins - for Sunday evening.
We'll start slow at first as everyone gets set up and familiar with the wiki and the course itself. Patience! Things will speed up in the next few weeks.
- Read Stoner and Perkins, chap 1.
- Go to your WikiNamePage and start a new page titled StonerChap1 - followed by your initials. That is, I would use StonerChap1MCM. Use that page to write the RhetoricalMessagesExercise.
We'll compare notes on the RhetoricalMessagesExercise next Wednesday, 21 Jan. Meanwhile, read Stoner and Perkins, chap 2.
Deletions:
Getting started on the wiki
Getting started with Stoner and Perkins
- Go to your WikiNamePage and start a new page titled StonerChap1 - followed by your initials. That is, I would use StonerChap1MCM. Use that page to practice with a RhetoricalMessagesExercise


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- Read the CourseStatement. Print it out. Please pay special attention to note-taking: taking note - not writing essays, but taking notes - is the main practice for learning in this course.
- Because we're a small class this semester, you won't be making formal presentations, as mentioned in the syllabus. Instead, I'll ask you to tidy up your notes and write a summary of what you have found so that we can all have a look and compare notes.
Getting started on the wiki
- Refer to GettingStarted for detailed information on formatting on a wiki. Print it out.
- If you're new to the wiki, use [[http://mcmorgan.clarify-it.com/d/dkyv7d Getting Started on the Wiki tutorial]] to register on the wiki and become familiar with wiki markup. I'll email you the invitation code. Tony: you're registered already. Brad: You'll have to register for this wiki.
- Once you're registered, do the SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise. Your WikiName page doesn't need to be extensive or detailed. This is some practice in using the wiki and setting up a place to work.
- Have your WikiName page set up by Friday evening we can address any problems that come up.
Getting started with Stoner and Perkins
- Go to your WikiNamePage and start a new page titled StonerChap1 - followed by your initials. That is, I would use StonerChap1MCM. Use that page to practice with a RhetoricalMessagesExercise
Deletions:
- Read the CourseStatement.
- If you're new to the wiki, use [[http://mcmorgan.clarify-it.com/d/dkyv7d Getting Started on the Wiki tutorial]] to register on the wiki and become familiar with wiki markup. I'll email you the invitation code.
- Once you're registered, do the SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise.
- Refer to GettingStarted for detailed information on formatting on a wiki.
- Have your WikiName page set up by Sunday evening we can address any problems that come up.


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For the week of 14 Jan - 21 Jan: Getting Started
If you haven't already, please read the CourseStatement
We'll get set up on the wiki so you can start submitting notes for the class, and start working with the Stoner and Perkins text, //Making Sense of Messages.//
- Read the CourseStatement.
- If you're new to the wiki, use [[http://mcmorgan.clarify-it.com/d/dkyv7d Getting Started on the Wiki tutorial]] to register on the wiki and become familiar with wiki markup. I'll email you the invitation code.
- Once you're registered, do the SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise.
- Refer to GettingStarted for detailed information on formatting on a wiki.
- Have your WikiName page set up by Sunday evening we can address any problems that come up.


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We'll start the class on Weds, 14 Jan, when I'll post materials and exercises for the first week. Expect to post your work to the wiki by Sunday evenings for feedback on Monday or Wednesdays. New material will appear on Wednesdays.


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==ENGL 3179/5179 Spring 2015==
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==ENGL 3179/5179 Fall 2014==


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=== Tue 2 Dec ===
- TBA: no face to face meeting
- RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs
- AudienceEngagementExercise
- AudienceMarkersInWeblogsProjectPart2
=== Thu 4 Dec ===
- Wrap up
- Course evaluation
- 4 Dec - 9 Dec: Work with grad students


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- [[https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1QbczYJ4iQ80IHi_NxoSK_Xl-E6pwVntheCanl6jW10w/viewform?usp=send_form | Course evaluation]]


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=== Tue 2 Dec ===
- TBA: no face to face meeting
=== Thu 4 Dec ===
- Wrap up
- 4 Dec - 9 Dec: Work with grad students


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=== Thu 13 Nov ===
- Review of results and discussion of AudienceEngagementExercise
=== Thu 20 Nov ===
- Read S&P Chap 6: Interpretation.
- Discuss your work with Re-writing audience engagement: AudienceMarkersInWeblogsProjectPart2.
- Due by Weds evening, please, so I can review things for discussion in the Thursday class.
**Update Tue 18 Nov 10:00 am**. Some have posted pages their work with AudienceMarkersInWeblogsProjectPart2 - and they are neatly worked and interesting. We'll look at these in detail on Thursday.
=== Thu 27 Nov ===
- Thanksgiving Break


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**Update Tue 18 Nov 10:00 am**. Some have posted pages their work with AudienceMarkersInWeblogsProjectPart2 - and they are neatly worked and interesting. We'll look at these in detail on Thursday.


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- Discuss your work with Re-writing audience engagement: AudienceMarkersInWeblogsProjectPart2.
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- Review re-writing audience engagement: AudienceMarkersInWeblogsProjectPart2.


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- Review re-writing audience engagement: AudienceMarkersInWeblogsProjectPart2.
- Due by Weds evening, please, so I can review things for discussion in the Thursday class.
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- Re-writing audience engagement: AudienceMarkersInWeblogsProjectPart2 - under revision until Sat 15 Nov.


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=== for Thu 6 Nov ===
- Read Myers, chap 6: Audiences: A checklist on engaging readers.
- We'll start an AudienceEngagementExercise in class on Thursday, to complete by the following Wednesday.
=== Thu 6 Nov ===
- for work in class: ExtractFromStonerChap6
- AudienceEngagementExercise
- Please have your work posted by Wednesday, end of day, so we can all prepare for discussion on Thu 13 Nov


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- Read S&P Chap 6: Interpretation.
- Re-writing audience engagement: AudienceMarkersInWeblogsProjectPart2 - under revision until Sat 15 Nov.
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- TBA [Tentative: S&P Chap 6: Interpretation. Re-writing audience engagement.]


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- TBA [Tentative: S&P Chap 6: Interpretation. Re-writing audience engagement.]
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=== for Thu 6 Nov ===
- We'll start an AudienceEngagementExercise in class on Thursday, to complete by the following Wednesday.
=== Thu 6 Nov ===
- AudienceEngagementExercise
- Please have your work posted by Wednesday, end of day, so we can all prepare for discussion on Thu 13 Nov
=== Thu 13 Nov ===
- Review of results and discussion of AudienceEngagementExercise
=== Thu 20 Nov ===
- TBA
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=== Thu 27 Nov ===
- Thanksgiving Break
Deletions:
=== Tue 4 Nov ===
We've wrapped up RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs.
- Onliners: I'lll post a debriefing, and responses Tuesday.
=== For class 6 Nov ===
- We'll start an AudienceEngagementExercise in class on Thursday, to complete by the following Tuesday.


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Audience Engagement. Librarians not paying attention to plenary presentation.


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>>""<a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/mcmorgan/8098882241" title="Librarians not paying attention to plenary at #opened12. Whoop. by M C Morgan, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8195/8098882241_efa231b52c.jpg" width="374" height="500" alt="Librarians not paying attention to plenary at #opened12. Whoop."></a>""
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""<a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/mcmorgan/8098882241" title="Librarians not paying attention to plenary at #opened12. Whoop. by M C Morgan, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8195/8098882241_efa231b52c.jpg" width="374" height="500" alt="Librarians not paying attention to plenary at #opened12. Whoop."></a>""
>>{{image url="https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8199/8276910959_cd7a06bd05_z.jpg" width="376"}}
Fountain, Duchamp. Example of text-context desecration.


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""<a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/mcmorgan/8098882241" title="Librarians not paying attention to plenary at #opened12. Whoop. by M C Morgan, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8195/8098882241_efa231b52c.jpg" width="374" height="500" alt="Librarians not paying attention to plenary at #opened12. Whoop."></a>""
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""<a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/mcmorgan/8098882241" title="Librarians not paying attention to plenary at #opened12. Whoop. by M C Morgan, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8195/8098882241_efa231b52c.jpg" width="374" height="500" alt="Librarians not paying attention to plenary at #opened12. Whoop."></a>


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""<a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/mcmorgan/8098882241" title="Librarians not paying attention to plenary at #opened12. Whoop. by M C Morgan, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8195/8098882241_efa231b52c.jpg" width="374" height="500" alt="Librarians not paying attention to plenary at #opened12. Whoop."></a>


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- We'll start an AudienceEngagementExercise in class on Thursday, to complete by the following Tuesday.
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=== Tue 4 Nov ===
We've wrapped up RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs.
- Onliners: I'lll post a debriefing, and responses Tuesday.
=== For class 6 Nov ===
- Read Myers, chap 6: Audiences: A checklist on engaging readers.
- We'll start
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- [[http://mcmorgan.org/blog/?p=3119 | Morgan's overview of the Rhetorical Uses of Linkg at Morgan's Log]]
- NotesExamplesFromRhetoricalUseOfLinks
Online:
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=== **Updated**: Tue 28 Oct ===
- for your reading pleasure: Overview of the project posted on [[http://mcmorgan.org/blog/?p=3119 Morgan's Log]]
- Continuing RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs.
- Detailed set of notes on flouts: GriceOnFlouts
- Some examples of notes: NotesExamplesFromRhetoricalUseOfLinks
- The notes that work are combining overviews of the blog to pick up the patterns and some select example posts that exemplify what you're finding in general.
=== for Thu, class time ===
- Finish up analysis notes.
- Don't short notes on "What is the link doing rhetorically"
- To start an in-class discussion comparing results, draft an informal summary presenting the //patterns// you found in each aspect: what the rhetor links to, textual integration of the linktext, blogroll and other sidebar links, links elsewhere on the page, relationship of link context to target, what the link is doing rhetorically .... with some linked examples. Just a set of extended paragraphs from your notes on what you have found so far - a kind of overview, so we can compare findings and prepare to interpret them.
=== Thu 30 Oct ===
- A look at what you've found in RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs so far, and where to take it next.
- Compare with one other to highlight interesting patterns and moves. Then compare across the class.


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- To start an in-class discussion comparing results, draft an informal summary presenting the //patterns// you found in each aspect: what the rhetor links to, textual integration of the linktext, blogroll and other sidebar links, links elsewhere on the page, relationship of link context to target, what the link is doing rhetorically .... with some linked examples. Just a set of extended paragraphs from your notes on what you have found so far - a kind of overview, so we can compare findings and prepare to interpret them.
Deletions:
- So we can get discussion comparing results, draft an informal summary presenting the //patterns// you found in each aspect: what the rhetor links to, textual integration of the linktext, blogroll and other sidebar links, links elsewhere on the page, relationship of link context to target, what the link is doing rhetorically .... Just a set of extended paragraphs from your notes on what you have found so far - a kind of overview, so we can compare findings and prepare to interpret them.


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- Some examples of notes: NotesExamplesFromRhetoricalUseOfLinks
- The notes that work are combining overviews of the blog to pick up the patterns and some select example posts that exemplify what you're finding in general.
=== for Thu, class time ===
- Finish up analysis notes.
- Don't short notes on "What is the link doing rhetorically"
- So we can get discussion comparing results, draft an informal summary presenting the //patterns// you found in each aspect: what the rhetor links to, textual integration of the linktext, blogroll and other sidebar links, links elsewhere on the page, relationship of link context to target, what the link is doing rhetorically .... Just a set of extended paragraphs from your notes on what you have found so far - a kind of overview, so we can compare findings and prepare to interpret them.
Deletions:
- [in draft until Tue 28 Oct] TBA: Start a summary presenting the //patterns// you found in each aspect: what the rhetor links to, textual integration of the linktext, blogroll and other sidebar links, links elsewhere on the page, relationship of link context to target, what the link is doing rhetorically ....
- Some examples: NotesExamplesFromRhetoricalUseOfLinks


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- Some examples: NotesExamplesFromRhetoricalUseOfLinks
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- Some examples
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogsSEF#hn_Analysis_of_Post | SEF]] SEF has made a lot of text and context notes and notes on the variety of stuff that gets linked to on the blog he's working with - showing that it's wise to adapt your note-taking to the particulars of the blog. The notes on an example post are using the taxonomy we have
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http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=UseOfLinksInAPersonalBlogACN#hn_Taxonomy
[[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogsELG#hn_Rhetorical_Uses_of_Links_in_Weblogs | ELG]] These notes are on fire. ELG starts with the framework as a guide, but then starts building on it and adding to it. So she starts idendentifying the use of links that Myers idenfifies (links to evidence, to give credit, action links, puzzle links) and then adds //different links//, //links with wit//, considers some rhetorical use of adjectives, and other consideration. ELG also starts a closer analysis of a couple of interesting posts - an excellent idea because it focuses our discussion on particular strategies of the individual blogger. Probably need three or four to really get a sense of things. Choose representative posts that illustrate what you're seeing more generally in patterns.


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- Some examples
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogsSEF#hn_Analysis_of_Post | SEF]] SEF has made a lot of text and context notes and notes on the variety of stuff that gets linked to on the blog he's working with - showing that it's wise to adapt your note-taking to the particulars of the blog. The notes on an example post are using the taxonomy we have
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http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=UseOfLinksInAPersonalBlogACN#hn_Taxonomy
[[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogsELG#hn_Rhetorical_Uses_of_Links_in_Weblogs | ELG]] These notes are on fire. ELG starts with the framework as a guide, but then starts building on it and adding to it. So she starts idendentifying the use of links that Myers idenfifies (links to evidence, to give credit, action links, puzzle links) and then adds //different links//, //links with wit//, considers some rhetorical use of adjectives, and other consideration. ELG also starts a closer analysis of a couple of interesting posts - an excellent idea because it focuses our discussion on particular strategies of the individual blogger. Probably need three or four to really get a sense of things. Choose representative posts that illustrate what you're seeing more generally in patterns.


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=== Tue 21 Oct ===
- We do not meet on Tuesday, but by Tue 21 Oct, you should have taken a few passes through the analysis taxonomy, and should be developing a pretty detailed set of notes. By Thu 23 Oct, you should have gotten even further. Repeated passes is key here. There may be holes yet, but you should be seeing and commenting on patterns. Add to the taxonomy. At our next meeting, we'll compare notes and consider where to go next. That's how analysis proceeds.
- **New**: A more detailed set of notes on flouts: GriceOnFlouts
- And example for taking notes: [new example coming]
=== Thu 23 Oct ===
- Questions and feedback. I'll work one to one with you and your notes.
-


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- for your reading pleasure: Overview of the project posted on [[http://mcmorgan.org/blog/?p=3119 Morgan's Log]]
- Detailed set of notes on flouts: GriceOnFlouts
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- Issues discovered:


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Edited on 2014-10-25 11:43:42 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- And example for taking notes: [new example coming]
Deletions:
- And example for taking notes: HowBloggersUseLinksExerciseDFB. Take this as a starting point, not a definitive example.


Revision [19704]

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Additions:
- Issues discovered:
=== Tue 28 Oct ===
- [in draft until Tue 28 Oct] TBA: Start a summary presenting the //patterns// you found in each aspect: what the rhetor links to, textual integration of the linktext, blogroll and other sidebar links, links elsewhere on the page, relationship of link context to target, what the link is doing rhetorically ....
=== Thu 30 Oct ===
Deletions:
- On deck: TBA: Two or three paragraph summary of //patterns// you found in each aspect: what the rhetor links to, textual integration of the linktext, blogroll and other sidebar links, links elsewhere on the page, relationship of link context to target, what the link is doing rhetorically ....


Revision [19610]

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Additions:
- On deck: TBA: Two or three paragraph summary of //patterns// you found in each aspect: what the rhetor links to, textual integration of the linktext, blogroll and other sidebar links, links elsewhere on the page, relationship of link context to target, what the link is doing rhetorically ....
Deletions:
- TBA: Two or three paragraph summary of //patterns// you found in each aspect: what the rhetor links to, textual integration of the linktext, blogroll and other sidebar links, links elsewhere on the page, relationship of link context to target, what the link is doing rhetorically ....


Revision [19607]

Edited on 2014-10-23 07:13:19 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Questions and feedback. I'll work one to one with you and your notes.
Deletions:
- Individual questions and feedback. I'll work one to one with you and your notes.


Revision [19606]

Edited on 2014-10-23 07:12:58 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- TBA: Two or three paragraph summary of //patterns// you found in each aspect: what the rhetor links to, textual integration of the linktext, blogroll and other sidebar links, links elsewhere on the page, relationship of link context to target, what the link is doing rhetorically ....


Revision [19598]

Edited on 2014-10-23 07:03:09 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Compare with one other to highlight interesting patterns and moves. Then compare across the class.


Revision [19597]

Edited on 2014-10-23 07:00:45 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- GriceOnFlouts
- A look at what you've found in RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs so far, and where to take it next.
Deletions:
-GriceOnFlouts
- A look at what you've found in RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs so far, and where to take it next.


Revision [19516]

Edited on 2014-10-21 07:02:35 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Continuing RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs.


Revision [19515]

Edited on 2014-10-21 06:56:26 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
-GriceOnFlouts
- **New**: A more detailed set of notes on flouts: GriceOnFlouts


Revision [19509]

Edited on 2014-10-21 06:45:00 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- GettingStartedWithBlogsExercise
- RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs project and taxonomy
- We do not meet on Tuesday, but by Tue 21 Oct, you should have taken a few passes through the analysis taxonomy, and should be developing a pretty detailed set of notes. By Thu 23 Oct, you should have gotten even further. Repeated passes is key here. There may be holes yet, but you should be seeing and commenting on patterns. Add to the taxonomy. At our next meeting, we'll compare notes and consider where to go next. That's how analysis proceeds.
Deletions:
=== Thu 16 Oct ===
- Meet face to face to work with Myers, chaps 1 - 3 by way of GettingStartedWithBlogsExercise.
- S&P, chap 5: Analysis: builds on the stuff generated by description by bringing a conceptual framework (search pattern or rhetorical theory) into play; looking for patterns; focuses on how the message works
- **Start** RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs. This will be a project we'll work on together for the next couple of weeks. We'll start with what Myers has done and build on and extend his work.
- For this week: Start a new page titled UseOfLinksInAPersonalBlog - followed by your initials. You can copy and paste the rough taxonomy from the RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs page for a guide. Then **choose a blog to work with, collect notes and develop what you see in patterns**. If you use a blog you have described already, that's fine. If you select a new one, describe it as you did in GettingStartedWithBlogs. Add to the taxonomy. At our next meeting, we'll compare notes and consider where to go next. That's how analysis proceeds.
- We do not meet on Tuesday, but by Tue 21 Oct, you should have taken a few passes through the analysis taxonomy, and should be developing a pretty detailed set of notes. By Thu 23 Oct, you should have gotten even further. Repeated passes is key here. There may be holes yet, but you should be seeing and commenting on patterns.


Revision [19430]

Edited on 2014-10-20 08:50:21 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Individual questions and feedback. I'll work one to one with you and your notes.
Deletions:
- Individual questions and feedback. I'll work one to one with suggestions.


Revision [19414]

Edited on 2014-10-18 07:44:30 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
=== Tue 21 Oct ===
- We do not meet on Tuesday, but by Tue 21 Oct, you should have taken a few passes through the analysis taxonomy, and should be developing a pretty detailed set of notes. By Thu 23 Oct, you should have gotten even further. Repeated passes is key here. There may be holes yet, but you should be seeing and commenting on patterns.
- And example for taking notes: HowBloggersUseLinksExerciseDFB. Take this as a starting point, not a definitive example.
Deletions:
- By Tue 21 Oct, you should have taken a few passes through the analysis taxonomy, and should be developing a pretty detailed set of notes. By Thu 23 Oct, you should have gotten even further. Repeated passes is key here. There may be holes yet, but you should be seeing and commenting on patterns.
- And example for taking notes: HowBloggersUseLinksExerciseDFB. Not a great one but an example


Revision [19412]

Edited on 2014-10-18 07:31:44 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- For this week: Start a new page titled UseOfLinksInAPersonalBlog - followed by your initials. You can copy and paste the rough taxonomy from the RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs page for a guide. Then **choose a blog to work with, collect notes and develop what you see in patterns**. If you use a blog you have described already, that's fine. If you select a new one, describe it as you did in GettingStartedWithBlogs. Add to the taxonomy. At our next meeting, we'll compare notes and consider where to go next. That's how analysis proceeds.
- By Tue 21 Oct, you should have taken a few passes through the analysis taxonomy, and should be developing a pretty detailed set of notes. By Thu 23 Oct, you should have gotten even further. Repeated passes is key here. There may be holes yet, but you should be seeing and commenting on patterns.
- Individual questions and feedback. I'll work one to one with suggestions.
- A look at what you've found in RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs so far, and where to take it next.
Deletions:
- For this week. Start a new page titled UseOfLinksInAPersonalBlog - followed by your initials. You can copy and paste the rough taxonomy from the RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs page for a guide. Then **choose a blog to work with, collect notes and develop what you see in patterns**. If you use a blog you have described already, that's fine. If you select a new one, describe it as you did in GettingStartedWithBlogs. Add to the taxonomy. At our next meeting, we'll compare notes and consider where to go next. That's how analysis proceeds.
- By 23 Oct, you should have taken a few passes through the analysis taxonomy, and should be developing a pretty detailed set of notes. There may be holes yet, but you should be seeing and commenting on patterns.
- Individual questions and feedback
- A look at what you've found in RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs so far.


Revision [19407]

Edited on 2014-10-18 06:56:35 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- **Start** RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs. This will be a project we'll work on together for the next couple of weeks. We'll start with what Myers has done and build on and extend his work.
- For this week. Start a new page titled UseOfLinksInAPersonalBlog - followed by your initials. You can copy and paste the rough taxonomy from the RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs page for a guide. Then **choose a blog to work with, collect notes and develop what you see in patterns**. If you use a blog you have described already, that's fine. If you select a new one, describe it as you did in GettingStartedWithBlogs. Add to the taxonomy. At our next meeting, we'll compare notes and consider where to go next. That's how analysis proceeds.
- By 23 Oct, you should have taken a few passes through the analysis taxonomy, and should be developing a pretty detailed set of notes. There may be holes yet, but you should be seeing and commenting on patterns.
- Individual questions and feedback
- A look at what you've found in RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs so far.
Deletions:
- **Start** RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs. This will be a project we'll work on together for the next couple of weeks. We'll start with what Myers has done and build on and extend his work For this week, choose a blog to work with, collect notes and develop what you see in patterns. Add to the taxonomy. At our next meeting, we'll compare notes and consider where to go next. That's how analysis proceeds.
- Individual questions and comments
- A look at what you've found in RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs so far


Revision [19406]

Edited on 2014-10-18 06:49:11 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
=== Thu 23 Oct ===
- Individual questions and comments
- A look at what you've found in RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs so far


Revision [19396]

Edited on 2014-10-16 09:50:37 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- **Start** RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs. This will be a project we'll work on together for the next couple of weeks. We'll start with what Myers has done and build on and extend his work For this week, choose a blog to work with, collect notes and develop what you see in patterns. Add to the taxonomy. At our next meeting, we'll compare notes and consider where to go next. That's how analysis proceeds.
Deletions:
- **Start** RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs. For this week , choose a blog to work with, collect notes and develop what you see in patterns. Add to the taxonomy. At our next meeting, we'll compare notes and consider where to go next. That's how analysis proceeds.


Revision [19393]

Edited on 2014-10-16 09:28:47 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- **Start** RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs. For this week , choose a blog to work with, collect notes and develop what you see in patterns. Add to the taxonomy. At our next meeting, we'll compare notes and consider where to go next. That's how analysis proceeds.
Deletions:
- Start RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs. For this week , choose a blog to work with, collect notes and develop what you see in patterns. Add to the taxonomy. We'll compare notes and consider where to go next at our next meeting.


Revision [19388]

Edited on 2014-10-16 07:10:19 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Deletions:
=== Tue 30 Sep ===
for Tues, read
- Myers, //The Discourse of Blogs and Wikis//, chaps 1 - 3
- S&P chap 5: Analysis
- Then do the GettingStartedWithBlogsExercise
=== Tue 7 Oct ===
- To prepare for our work on Thursday, do the GettingStartedWithBlogsExercise.** Due Tuesday evening** for my review on Wednesday morning, please. You can take the class meeting time on Tuesday to engage the exercise.
=== Thu 9 Oct ===
- ++Meet face to face to work with Myers, chaps 1 - 2 by way of GettingStartedWithBlogsExercise.++ Class cancelled. Work postponed until 16 Oct.
- I will be commenting on your work over the weekend. Feel free to edit your notes to the comments if you wish.


Revision [19387]

Edited on 2014-10-16 07:10:02 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Meet face to face to work with Myers, chaps 1 - 3 by way of GettingStartedWithBlogsExercise.
- Start RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs. For this week , choose a blog to work with, collect notes and develop what you see in patterns. Add to the taxonomy. We'll compare notes and consider where to go next at our next meeting.
Deletions:
- Meet face to face to work with Myers, chaps 1 - 2 by way of GettingStartedWithBlogsExercise.
- Start RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs. For this week , collect notes and develop what you see in patterns. Add to the taxonomy. We'll compare notes and consider where to go next at our next meeting.


Revision [19386]

Edited on 2014-10-16 07:08:40 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Start RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs. For this week , collect notes and develop what you see in patterns. Add to the taxonomy. We'll compare notes and consider where to go next at our next meeting.
- And example for taking notes: HowBloggersUseLinksExerciseDFB. Not a great one but an example
Deletions:
- Start RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs
- And example for taking notes: HowBloggersUseLinksExerciseDFB


Revision [19367]

Edited on 2014-10-16 05:52:24 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- And example for taking notes: HowBloggersUseLinksExerciseDFB


Revision [19365]

Edited on 2014-10-16 05:50:17 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- NotesOnSphericules


Revision [19343]

Edited on 2014-10-15 08:50:33 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- S&P, chap 5: Analysis: builds on the stuff generated by description by bringing a conceptual framework (search pattern or rhetorical theory) into play; looking for patterns; focuses on how the message works
Deletions:
Analysis: builds on the stuff generated by description by bringing a conceptual framework (search pattern or rhetorical theory) into play; looking for patterns; focuses on how the message works


Revision [19339]

Edited on 2014-10-15 08:34:49 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
Analysis: builds on the stuff generated by description by bringing a conceptual framework (search pattern or rhetorical theory) into play; looking for patterns; focuses on how the message works
- Start RhetoricalUsesOfLinksInWeblogs


Revision [19277]

Edited on 2014-10-11 09:08:22 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- I will be commenting on your work over the weekend. Feel free to edit your notes to the comments if you wish.
Deletions:
- I will be commenting on your work over the weekend.


Revision [19276]

Edited on 2014-10-11 09:04:59 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- I will be commenting on your work over the weekend.


Revision [19247]

Edited on 2014-10-11 06:50:39 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- ++Meet face to face to work with Myers, chaps 1 - 2 by way of GettingStartedWithBlogsExercise.++ Class cancelled. Work postponed until 16 Oct.
=== Thu 16 Oct ===
- Meet face to face to work with Myers, chaps 1 - 2 by way of GettingStartedWithBlogsExercise.
Deletions:
- Meet face to face to work with Myers, chaps 1 - 2 by way of GettingStartedWithBlogsExercise.


Revision [19064]

Edited on 2014-10-07 07:16:55 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- To prepare for our work on Thursday, do the GettingStartedWithBlogsExercise.** Due Tuesday evening** for my review on Wednesday morning, please. You can take the class meeting time on Tuesday to engage the exercise.
Deletions:
- To prepare for our work on Thursday, do the GettingStartedWithBlogsExercise.** Due Tuesday evening** for my review on Wednesday morning, please. Take the normal class meeting time on Tuesday to engage the exercise.


Revision [19022]

Edited on 2014-10-05 12:26:24 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- To prepare for our work on Thursday, do the GettingStartedWithBlogsExercise.** Due Tuesday evening** for my review on Wednesday morning, please. Take the normal class meeting time on Tuesday to engage the exercise.
Deletions:
- To prepare for our work on Thursday, do the GettingStartedWithBlogsExercise. Due evening or Wednesday morning, please. Take the normal class meeting time on Tuesday to engage the exercise.


Revision [19021]

Edited on 2014-10-05 12:25:35 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- TextAndContextInFourWebsitesDebriefing


Revision [19019]

Edited on 2014-10-05 12:24:49 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Deletions:
- **TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject due** at class time. **We do not meet face to face**. We will meet on 2 Oct to debrief on this project.
=== Thu 2 Oct ===
- TextAndContextInFourWebsitesDebriefing
- We meet face to face on Thurdays from this point on. Expect an online exercise, project, exchange due on Tuesdays.


Revision [19017]

Edited on 2014-10-05 12:22:07 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Then do the GettingStartedWithBlogsExercise
- To prepare for our work on Thursday, do the GettingStartedWithBlogsExercise. Due evening or Wednesday morning, please. Take the normal class meeting time on Tuesday to engage the exercise.
- Meet face to face to work with Myers, chaps 1 - 2 by way of GettingStartedWithBlogsExercise.
Deletions:
- Then do the GettingStartedWithBlogs exercise
- To prepare for our work on Thursday, do the GettingStartedWithBlogs exercise. Due evening or Wednesday morning, please. Take the normal class meeting time on Tuesday to engage the exercise.
- Meet face to face to work with Myers, chaps 1 - 2 by way of GettingStartedWithBlogs.


Revision [19014]

Edited on 2014-10-05 12:20:49 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Then do the GettingStartedWithBlogs exercise
- To prepare for our work on Thursday, do the GettingStartedWithBlogs exercise. Due evening or Wednesday morning, please. Take the normal class meeting time on Tuesday to engage the exercise.
- Meet face to face to work with Myers, chaps 1 - 2 by way of GettingStartedWithBlogs.
Deletions:
- There will be an online exercise / discussion to prepare for in-class work on Thursday. Posted by Monday morning. Due on Tuesday, please. Take the normal class meeting time on Tuesday to engage the exercise.
- Meet face to face to work with Myers, chaps 1 - 3.


Revision [19000]

Edited on 2014-10-02 09:46:48 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- There will be an online exercise / discussion to prepare for in-class work on Thursday. Posted by Monday morning. Due on Tuesday, please. Take the normal class meeting time on Tuesday to engage the exercise.
Deletions:
- There will be an online exercise / discussion to prepare for class meeting / in-class work on Thursday. Posted by Monday morning. Due on Tuesday, please. Take the normal class meeting time on Tuesday to engage the exercise.


Revision [18999]

Edited on 2014-10-02 07:32:26 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
>>{{image url="https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8199/8276910959_cd7a06bd05_z.jpg" width="376"}}
Deletions:
>>{{image url="https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8199/8276910959_cd7a06bd05_z.jpg"}}


Revision [18998]

Edited on 2014-10-02 07:32:07 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
>>{{image url="https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8199/8276910959_cd7a06bd05_z.jpg"}}
Fountain, Duchamp. Example of text-context desecration.
Deletions:
>>{{image url="http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/236x/79/76/45/7976458a6df10d07f05e1d7dc85afc83.jpg"}}
Look at your fish.


Revision [18997]

Edited on 2014-10-02 07:29:36 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- We meet face to face on Thurdays from this point on. Expect an online exercise, project, exchange due on Tuesdays.
for Tues, read
- Myers, //The Discourse of Blogs and Wikis//, chaps 1 - 3
- S&P chap 5: Analysis
=== Tue 7 Oct ===
- There will be an online exercise / discussion to prepare for class meeting / in-class work on Thursday. Posted by Monday morning. Due on Tuesday, please. Take the normal class meeting time on Tuesday to engage the exercise.
=== Thu 9 Oct ===
- Meet face to face to work with Myers, chaps 1 - 3.
Deletions:
- Net up: S&P chap 5: Analysis and Myers, The Discourse of Blogs and Wikis - TBA


Revision [18980]

Edited on 2014-10-02 06:52:10 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- TextAndContextInFourWebsitesDebriefing
Deletions:
- TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject debrief and presentation.


Revision [18971]

Edited on 2014-10-01 08:19:57 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Net up: S&P chap 5: Analysis and Myers, The Discourse of Blogs and Wikis - TBA
Deletions:
- Net up: S&P chap 5: Analysis - TBA


Revision [18970]

Edited on 2014-10-01 08:19:02 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Net up: S&P chap 5: Analysis - TBA


Revision [18968]

Edited on 2014-10-01 08:18:10 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Deletions:
=== Sunday 21 Sep ===
- First pass at TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject for review by Sunday, 21 Sep.
=== Tue 23 Sep ===
Notes for a look at how TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject is going.
- Problems you're encountering?
- Main problem I see is insufficient description for you or me to work with: brief description means you haven't looked closely enough. Lots of visual skimming. Need lots of visual depth to work with this problem.
- Details, examples - enough to present the relevant patterns and characterize the artifact. Look at the fish again.
- Review S&P chap 3 and chap 4 with an eye to how to observe and describe.
My notes
- OverviewOfMethod
Optional but useful
- Optional reference: [[http://www.unm.edu/~ldbeene/Ch3_sentences.pdf Parsing sentences]], PDF, for editors and rhetorical critics to get a sense of how sentences operate.
- Useful reference: Web Design Conventions. The StrunkNWhite of web design is [[http://webstyleguide.com | The Web Style Guide]], 3rd ed, Patrick J. Lynch and Sarah Horton, in print from Yale UP, and online. The guide is as prescriptive they come, and so it is useful in getting a sense of context for a rhetorical analyses of web sites.
=== Reminder: We do not meet face to face this Thu 25 Sep ===
- This is the final Thursday we do not meet. We will meet face to face on 2 Oct.


Revision [18844]

Edited on 2014-09-28 07:42:06 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- **TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject due** at class time. **We do not meet face to face**. We will meet on 2 Oct to debrief on this project.
Deletions:
- **TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject due** at class time.
- We do not meet face to face. We will meet on 2 Oct to debrief on this project.


Revision [18816]

Edited on 2014-09-23 09:50:08 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
Look at your fish.


Revision [18815]

Edited on 2014-09-23 09:49:41 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
>>{{image url="http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/236x/79/76/45/7976458a6df10d07f05e1d7dc85afc83.jpg"}}
Deletions:
>>


Revision [18814]

Edited on 2014-09-23 09:45:51 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- **TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject due** at class time.
Deletions:
- TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject due.


Revision [18812]

Edited on 2014-09-23 09:43:24 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Optional reference: [[http://www.unm.edu/~ldbeene/Ch3_sentences.pdf Parsing sentences]], PDF, for editors and rhetorical critics to get a sense of how sentences operate.
Deletions:
- Optional reference: [[http://www.unm.edu/~ldbeene/Ch3_sentences.pdf Parsing sentences]], for editors and rhetorical critics to get a sense of how sentences operate.


Revision [18795]

Edited on 2014-09-23 06:53:38 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
=== Thu 2 Oct ===
- TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject debrief and presentation.


Revision [18794]

Edited on 2014-09-23 06:52:28 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Problems you're encountering?
- Main problem I see is insufficient description for you or me to work with: brief description means you haven't looked closely enough. Lots of visual skimming. Need lots of visual depth to work with this problem.
- Review S&P chap 3 and chap 4 with an eye to how to observe and describe.
My notes
- OverviewOfMethod
Deletions:
- Main problem is insufficient description for you or me to work with: brief description means you haven't looked closely enough. Lots of visual skimming. Need lots of visual depth to work with this problem.
- Review
- OverviewOfMethod
- SomeTechniquesForObserving
- MorgansNotesOnMessagesChap4


Revision [18792]

Edited on 2014-09-23 06:49:14 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Deletions:
=== Tue 16 Sep ===
- > FirstPassAtCriticalMethodDebriefing
- Review of chapter 4
- **Start the TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject**
- Create a page titled TextAndContextProject - followed by your initials. You can do the rest of this project in that page.
- **First pass ready for review by Sunday, 21 Sep. **


Revision [18791]

Edited on 2014-09-23 06:48:30 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
Optional but useful


Revision [18790]

Edited on 2014-09-23 06:46:15 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
=== Sunday 21 Sep ===
Notes for a look at how TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject is going.
- Main problem is insufficient description for you or me to work with: brief description means you haven't looked closely enough. Lots of visual skimming. Need lots of visual depth to work with this problem.
- Details, examples - enough to present the relevant patterns and characterize the artifact. Look at the fish again.
- Review
- OverviewOfMethod
- SomeTechniquesForObserving
- MorgansNotesOnMessagesChap4
- This is the final Thursday we do not meet. We will meet face to face on 2 Oct.
=== Tue 30 Sep ===
- We do not meet face to face. We will meet on 2 Oct to debrief on this project.
- TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject due.
Deletions:
=== Reminder: We do not meet face to face this Thur 18 Sep ===
=== Sunday, 21 Sep ===
- Notes for a look at how TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject is going.
- Main problem is insufficient description for you to work with: brief description means you haven't looked enough
- details, examples,
- This will be the last Thu we do not meet. Stay tuned.


Revision [18787]

Edited on 2014-09-23 06:14:37 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Notes for a look at how TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject is going.
- Main problem is insufficient description for you to work with: brief description means you haven't looked enough
- details, examples,
Deletions:
- A look at how TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject is going.


Revision [18743]

Edited on 2014-09-22 05:32:28 by AndreaNadeau1 [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
[[csHaugeneWiki]] | ZacharyHanson | ZacharyVanDrunen | CodyMadison1 | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall1 | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau1 | ArthurMalcomson | EmilieBrouse| AbigailSwartz| JonNguyen | JenniferKaufenberg | GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
[[csHaugeneWiki]] | ZacharyHanson | ZacharyVanDrunen | CodyMadison1 | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall1 | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson | EmilieBrouse| AbigailSwartz| JonNguyen | JenniferKaufenberg | GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


Revision [18620]

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Additions:
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Deletions:
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Deletions:
[[csHaugeneWiki]] | ZacharyHanson | ZacharyVanDrunen | CodyMadison | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson | EmilieBrouse| AbigailSwartz| JonNguyen | JenniferKaufenberg | GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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Deletions:
[[csHaugeneWiki]] | ZacharyHanson | ZacharyVanDrunen | CodyMadison | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson | EmilieBrouse| AbigailSwartz| JonNguyen | JKaufenberg | GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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Additions:
[[csHaugeneWiki]] | ZacharyHanson | ZacharyVanDrunen | CodyMadison | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson | EmilieBrouse| AbigailSwartz| JonNguyen | JKaufenberg | GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
[[csHaugeneWiki]] | ZacharyHanson | ZacharyVanDrunen | CodyMadison | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson | EmilieBrouse| AbigailSwartz| JonNguyen | JenniferKaufenberg | GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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- TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject


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Additions:
- MorgansNotesOnMessagesChap4
- **First pass ready for review by Sunday, 21 Sep. **
- Useful reference: Web Design Conventions. The StrunkNWhite of web design is [[http://webstyleguide.com | The Web Style Guide]], 3rd ed, Patrick J. Lynch and Sarah Horton, in print from Yale UP, and online. The guide is as prescriptive they come, and so it is useful in getting a sense of context for a rhetorical analyses of web sites.
=== Sunday, 21 Sep ===
- First pass at TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject for review by Sunday, 21 Sep.
=== Tue 23 Sep ===
- A look at how TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject is going.
=== Reminder: We do not meet face to face this Thu 25 Sep ===
- This will be the last Thu we do not meet. Stay tuned.
Deletions:
=== Thu 11 Sep ===
- No face to face meeting.
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise complete by class time on Thursday.
for Tue 16 Sep
- Read S&P chap 4. We'll start the first project the week of 16 Sep, using this chapter.
- I'm posting weekly summaries for your reading pleasure. The latest is [[http://mcmorgan.org/blog/?p=3105 | here]]
- MorgansNotesOnMessagesChap4 (in draft)
- First pass ready for review by Sunday, 21 Sep.
- Web Design Conventions. The StrunkNWhite of web design is [[http://webstyleguide.com | The Web Style Guide]], 3rd ed, Patrick J. Lynch and Sarah Horton, in print from Yale UP, and online. The guide is as prescriptive they come, and so it is useful in getting a sense of context for a rhetorical analyses of web sites.


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Additions:
- Web Design Conventions. The StrunkNWhite of web design is [[http://webstyleguide.com | The Web Style Guide]], 3rd ed, Patrick J. Lynch and Sarah Horton, in print from Yale UP, and online. The guide is as prescriptive they come, and so it is useful in getting a sense of context for a rhetorical analyses of web sites.
Deletions:
- Web Design Conventions. The StrunkNWhite of web design is [[http://webstyleguide.com The Web Style Guide], 3rd ed, Patrick J. Lynch and Sarah Horton, in print from Yale UP and online. The guide is as prescriptive they come, and so it is useful in getting a sense of context for a rhetorical analyses of web sites.


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Additions:
- Web Design Conventions. The StrunkNWhite of web design is [[http://webstyleguide.com The Web Style Guide], 3rd ed, Patrick J. Lynch and Sarah Horton, in print from Yale UP and online. The guide is as prescriptive they come, and so it is useful in getting a sense of context for a rhetorical analyses of web sites.


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Additions:
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodDebriefing


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Additions:
- TheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation
- ReadingWikiNamePages


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Additions:
- **Start the TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject**
- Create a page titled TextAndContextProject - followed by your initials. You can do the rest of this project in that page.
Deletions:
- Start the TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject
- Create a page titled TextAndContextProject - followed by your initials. You can do the rest of this project in that page.


Revision [18575]

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Additions:
- > FirstPassAtCriticalMethodDebriefing
- Review of chapter 4
- Create a page titled TextAndContextProject - followed by your initials. You can do the rest of this project in that page.
- First pass ready for review by Sunday, 21 Sep.
Deletions:
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodDebriefing
- Re-approaching the exercise
- Qs on chap 4
- first pass ready for review by Sunday, 21 Sep


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Additions:
- Optional reference: [[http://www.unm.edu/~ldbeene/Ch3_sentences.pdf Parsing sentences]], for editors and rhetorical critics to get a sense of how sentences operate.
Deletions:
- [[http://www.unm.edu/~ldbeene/Ch3_sentences.pdf Parsing sentences]], for editors and rhetorical critics to get a sense of how sentences operate.


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Additions:
- [[http://www.unm.edu/~ldbeene/Ch3_sentences.pdf Parsing sentences]], for editors and rhetorical critics to get a sense of how sentences operate.


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Additions:
- first pass ready for review by Sunday, 21 Sep
=== Reminder: We do not meet face to face this Thur 18 Sep ===


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Additions:
- Start the TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject
Deletions:
- TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject


Revision [18500]

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Additions:
- I'm posting weekly summaries for your reading pleasure. The latest is [[http://mcmorgan.org/blog/?p=3105 | here]]


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Additions:
- Re-approaching the exercise


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Additions:
- TextAndContextInFourWebsitesProject
Deletions:
- TextContextInFourWebsitesProject


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Additions:
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodDebriefing
Deletions:
- Debrief on FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise


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Additions:
- TextContextInFourWebsitesProject
Deletions:
- Project TBA


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Additions:
- MorgansNotesOnMessagesChap4 (in draft)
Deletions:
- MorgansNotesOnMessagesChap4


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- MorgansNotesOnMessagesChap4


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Additions:
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise
Deletions:
=== for Tue 9 Sep ===
- Read Stoner and Perkins, Chap 3 and Chap 9.
- **Get started on** FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise for Tue 9 Sept. We'll look at how it's going on Tuesday and I'll give some feedback, Then expect to re-approach it, to complete by Thursday, 11 Sep.
- My notes on chapter 3 and method: OverviewOfMethod
- My notes on observing: SomeTechniquesForObserving
- As usual, questions in the comments on the exercise page.
=== Tue 9 Sep ===
- To view grades, use Assessments > User Progress > Grades. You'll find grades for the exercises and often a comment.
- SeeingAsACriticDebriefing
- When I commented on your notes in progress, I used ++strikethrough++ to illustrate observing and isolate it from other statements.
- Look at Chap 3 and Chap 9 and the start of FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise. We'll handle this as Q and A.


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Additions:
for Tue 16 Sep
- Read S&P chap 4. We'll start the first project the week of 16 Sep, using this chapter.
=== Tue 16 Sep ===
- Debrief on FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise
- Qs on chap 4
- Project TBA
Deletions:
- I'll post an outline for the first project on Friday. Some work will be due Tue 16 Sep.


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Additions:
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Deletions:
[[csHaugeneWiki]] | ZacharyHanson | ZacharyVanDrunen | CodyMadison | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson | EmilieBrouse| AbigailSwartz| JonNguyen | GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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Additions:
- I'll post an outline for the first project on Friday. Some work will be due Tue 16 Sep.
Deletions:
- I'll post an outline for the first project by Friday. Some work will be due Tue 16 Sep.


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Additions:
- I'll post an outline for the first project by Friday. Some work will be due Tue 16 Sep.
Deletions:
- I'll post an exercise for Tue 16 Sep by Friday.


Revision [18344]

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Additions:
- Look at Chap 3 and Chap 9 and the start of FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise. We'll handle this as Q and A.
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise complete by class time on Thursday.
- I'll post an exercise for Tue 16 Sep by Friday.
Deletions:
- Look at Chap 3and Chap 9 and the start of FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise. We'll handle this as Q and A.
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise complete by class time on Thu.
- I'll post an exercise for Tue 16 Sep by Friday.


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Additions:
- Look at Chap 3and Chap 9 and the start of FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise. We'll handle this as Q and A.
Deletions:
- Look at Chap 3and Chap 9 and the start of FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise. We'll handle this as Q and A.


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Additions:
- MorgansNotesOnMSUTechWritingPage


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Additions:
- I'll post an exercise for Tue 16 Sep by Friday.
Deletions:
- I'll post an exercise for Tue 16 Sep by the end of the day.


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Edited on 2014-09-09 06:45:21 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
=== Thu 11 Sep ===
- No face to face meeting.
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise complete by class time on Thu.
- I'll post an exercise for Tue 16 Sep by the end of the day.
==== Tips and Suggestions ====
- The Overwrite warning. If you save a page, then use the back button rather than double-clicking to get back to editing, you might get an Overwrite warning in red. That only means the wiki is confused. Select all the text you're editing, copy it, then Cancel the save. After you save, see if the version is complete. It usually is. But if not, double-click to edit the page, select everything, then paste the version you have on the clipboard into the wiki and save.
Deletions:
- We meet face to face on Tuesday, but not Thursday this week.
- The Overwrite warning.
- If you save a page, then use the back button rather than double-clicking to get back to editing, you might get an Overwrite warning in red. That only means the wiki is confused. Select all the text you're editing, copy it, then Cancel the save. After you save, see if the version is complete. It usually is. But if not, double-click to edit the page, select everything, then paste the version you have on the clipboard into the wiki and save.


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=== BootCamp ===
== Twitter ==
- Sign up for twitter, if you aren't signed up already. Send a tweet using #erhet3177.
- Search twitter for #erhet3177 to find others in the class. Follow them.
- Follow @mcmorgan
- Use #erhet3177 for questions, events of note, announcements, images of what you had for breakfast ...
== RSS ==
- Google RSS to get an idea of what it is and how it works.
- Get an RSS reader, or register at an RSS aggregator site.
- Subscribe to the wiki home page (Use the RSS icon at the bottom of the page), and pages that you want to monitor.


Revision [18326]

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Additions:
- Look at Chap 3and Chap 9 and the start of FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise. We'll handle this as Q and A.
- Use RecentComments at the top of the page to check on FAQs.
Deletions:
- Look at Chap 3 and the start of FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise.


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Edited on 2014-09-09 06:22:23 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- SeeingAsACriticDebriefing
- When I commented on your notes in progress, I used ++strikethrough++ to illustrate observing and isolate it from other statements.
Deletions:
- SeeingAsACriticDebriefing. I used ++strikethrough++ to illustrate observing and isolate it from other statements.


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Edited on 2014-09-09 05:43:18 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- SeeingAsACriticDebriefing. I used ++strikethrough++ to illustrate observing and isolate it from other statements.
Deletions:
- Debrief on SeeingAsACritic. I used ++strikethrough++ to illustrate observing and isolate it from other statements.


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Edited on 2014-09-08 08:21:11 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Debrief on SeeingAsACritic. I used ++strikethrough++ to illustrate observing and isolate it from other statements.
- Look at Chap 3 and the start of FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise.
Deletions:
- We'll debrief on SeeingAsACritic. Then look at Chap 3 and the start of FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise.


Revision [18233]

Edited on 2014-09-08 08:17:42 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- We'll debrief on SeeingAsACritic. Then look at Chap 3 and the start of FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise.
Deletions:
- SeeingAsACritic, Chap 3 and start of FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise debriefing.


Revision [18228]

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Additions:
- OverviewOfMethod - Morgan's notes on Chap 3
Deletions:
- OverviewOfMethod


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Additions:
- MorgansNotesOnMessagesChap1
- MorgansNotesOnMessagesChap2


Revision [18226]

Edited on 2014-09-07 06:27:04 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- **Get started on** FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise for Tue 9 Sept. We'll look at how it's going on Tuesday and I'll give some feedback, Then expect to re-approach it, to complete by Thursday, 11 Sep.
- If you save a page, then use the back button rather than double-clicking to get back to editing, you might get an Overwrite warning in red. That only means the wiki is confused. Select all the text you're editing, copy it, then Cancel the save. After you save, see if the version is complete. It usually is. But if not, double-click to edit the page, select everything, then paste the version you have on the clipboard into the wiki and save.
Deletions:
- **Get started on FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise for Tue 9 Sept. We'll look at how it's going on Tuesday and I'll give some feedback, Then expect to re-approach it, to complete by Thursday, 11 Sep.**
- If you save, then use the back button rather than double-clicking, you might get an Overwrite warning in red. That only means the wiki is confused. Select all the text you're editing, copy it, then Cancel the save. After you save, see if the version is complete. It usually is. But if not, double-click to edit the page, select everything, then paste the version you have on the clipboard into the wiki and save.


Revision [18217]

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Additions:
- My notes on observing: SomeTechniquesForObserving


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Deletions:
=== Tue 2 Sep ===
- Face to face, we'll look at S&P chaps 1 - 2.
- Questions on procedures?
- MorgansNotesOnMessagesChap1
- MorgansNotesOnMessagesChap2
- SeeingAsACritic - **due Thursday, class time** (1/2 - 1 hr)
- In these exercises, as throughout the course, you're recording your thinking. showing your work. That's what I want to see. That's evidence that you're working with the ideas and practices, the method and the concepts.
=== Thu 4 Sep ===
- We don't meet. I'll be reviewing what you've worked on and commenting ++today and++ Friday and Saturday.


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Additions:
- My notes on chapter 3 and method: OverviewOfMethod


Revision [18208]

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Deletions:
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise.


Revision [18207]

Edited on 2014-09-07 05:51:11 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise.
Deletions:
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise: So far, your work, while focusing on observing and describing, has mixed description, analysis, interpretation, and evaluation. You can really see this in your work with SeeingAsACritic, where description moves quickly interpretation. S&P in chapter 3 start to distingusih between those four different ways of looking at the object, and it asks you to start isloationg these four ways of viewing as you work - starting with neutral description and moving to analysis, which brings in a set of terms to look with. Chapters 4 - 7 will address these practices in more detail, but this next exercise asks you to isolate one kind of viewing - description - and then draw on some rhetorical concepts (from chapter 9) to catalogue what you see. It demands close observation, awareness of what you’re doing, a focus on the thing you’re looking at rather than your impression of it, and withholding evaluation. Piece of cake, right?


Revision [18202]

Edited on 2014-09-06 09:51:45 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- To view grades, use Assessments > User Progress > Grades. You'll find grades for the exercises and often a comment.
Deletions:
-


Revision [18201]

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Additions:
-
=== for Tue 9 Sep ===
- **Get started on FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise for Tue 9 Sept. We'll look at how it's going on Tuesday and I'll give some feedback, Then expect to re-approach it, to complete by Thursday, 11 Sep.**
- SeeingAsACritic, Chap 3 and start of FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise debriefing.
Deletions:
- Get started on FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise for Tue 9 Sept. We'll look at how it's going on Tuesday and I'll give some feedback, Then expect to re-approach it, to complete by Thursday, 11 Sep.
- Chap 3 and notes exercise debriefing.


Revision [18200]

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Additions:
[[csHaugeneWiki]] | ZacharyHanson | ZacharyVanDrunen | CodyMadison | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson | EmilieBrouse| AbigailSwartz| JonNguyen | GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
[[csHaugeneWiki]]ZacharyHanson | ZacharyVanDrunen | CodyMadison | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson | EmilieBrouse| AbigailSwartz| GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


Revision [18195]

Edited on 2014-09-06 09:09:16 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise: So far, your work, while focusing on observing and describing, has mixed description, analysis, interpretation, and evaluation. You can really see this in your work with SeeingAsACritic, where description moves quickly interpretation. S&P in chapter 3 start to distingusih between those four different ways of looking at the object, and it asks you to start isloationg these four ways of viewing as you work - starting with neutral description and moving to analysis, which brings in a set of terms to look with. Chapters 4 - 7 will address these practices in more detail, but this next exercise asks you to isolate one kind of viewing - description - and then draw on some rhetorical concepts (from chapter 9) to catalogue what you see. It demands close observation, awareness of what you’re doing, a focus on the thing you’re looking at rather than your impression of it, and withholding evaluation. Piece of cake, right?
Deletions:
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise: So far, your work, while focusing on observing and describing, has mixed description, analysis, interpretation, and evaluation. S&P in chapter 3 start to distingusih between those four different ways of looking at the object, and it asks you to start isloationg these four ways of viewing as you work - starting with neutral description and moving to analysis, which brings in a set of terms to look with. Chapters 4 - 7 will address these practices in more detail, but this next exercise asks you to isolate one kind of viewing - description - and then draw on some rhetorical concepts (from chapter 9) to catalogue what you see. It demands close observation, awareness of what you’re doing, a focus on the thing you’re looking at rather than your impression of it, and withholding evaluation. Piece of cake, right?


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Edited on 2014-09-06 08:11:32 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Get started on FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise for Tue 9 Sept. We'll look at how it's going on Tuesday and I'll give some feedback, Then expect to re-approach it, to complete by Thursday, 11 Sep.
- As usual, questions in the comments on the exercise page.
Deletions:
- Get started on FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise for Tue 9 Sept. We'll look at how it's going on Tuesday. Then expect to re-approach it, to complete by Thursday, 11 Sep.
- Two tips: Description is done neutral language. It is detailed, not a fast and superficial glance. It describes the thing rather than the viewer's perspective of the thing (stands outside the rhetorical interaction). If you get a good description down, analysis is easier. So pay special attention to the examples and comment on those examples that S&P present in two columns in Chap 3.


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Edited on 2014-09-06 08:08:53 by MorganAdmin [Reverted to previous revision]
Additions:
- Get started on FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise for Tue 9 Sept. We'll look at how it's going on Tuesday. Then expect to re-approach it, to complete by Thursday, 11 Sep.
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise: So far, your work, while focusing on observing and describing, has mixed description, analysis, interpretation, and evaluation. S&P in chapter 3 start to distingusih between those four different ways of looking at the object, and it asks you to start isloationg these four ways of viewing as you work - starting with neutral description and moving to analysis, which brings in a set of terms to look with. Chapters 4 - 7 will address these practices in more detail, but this next exercise asks you to isolate one kind of viewing - description - and then draw on some rhetorical concepts (from chapter 9) to catalogue what you see. It demands close observation, awareness of what you’re doing, a focus on the thing you’re looking at rather than your impression of it, and withholding evaluation. Piece of cake, right?
- Two tips: Description is done neutral language. It is detailed, not a fast and superficial glance. It describes the thing rather than the viewer's perspective of the thing (stands outside the rhetorical interaction). If you get a good description down, analysis is easier. So pay special attention to the examples and comment on those examples that S&P present in two columns in Chap 3.
Deletions:
Get arted on the next exercuse for Tue 9 Sept.
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise. I'll post some notes on method on ++Friday++ Saturday. Two tips: Description is done neutral language. It is detailed, not a fast and superficial glance. Get a good description down and analysis is a lot easier. So pay special attention to the examples and comment on those examples that S&P present in two columns in Chap 3.


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Additions:
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise. I'll post some notes on method on ++Friday++ Saturday. Two tips: Description is done neutral language. It is detailed, not a fast and superficial glance. Get a good description down and analysis is a lot easier. So pay special attention to the examples and comment on those examples that S&P present in two columns in Chap 3.
Deletions:
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise. I'll post some notes on method on Friday. Two tips: Description is done neutral language. It is detailed, not a fast and superficial glance. Get a good description down and analysis is a lot easier. So pay special attention to the examples and comment on those examples that S&P present in two columns in Chap 3.


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[[csHaugeneWiki]]ZacharyHanson | ZacharyVanDrunen | CodyMadison | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson | EmilieBrouse| AbigailSwartz| GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
ZacharyHanson | ZacharyVanDrunen | CodyMadison | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson | EmilieBrouse| AbigailSwartz| GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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- The Overwrite warning.
- If you save, then use the back button rather than double-clicking, you might get an Overwrite warning in red. That only means the wiki is confused. Select all the text you're editing, copy it, then Cancel the save. After you save, see if the version is complete. It usually is. But if not, double-click to edit the page, select everything, then paste the version you have on the clipboard into the wiki and save.


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- We don't meet. I'll be reviewing what you've worked on and commenting ++today and++ Friday and Saturday.
ZacharyHanson | ZacharyVanDrunen | CodyMadison | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson | EmilieBrouse| AbigailSwartz| GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
- We don't meet. I'll be reviewing what you've worked on and commenting today and Friday.
[[csHaugeneWiki]]| ZacharyHanson | ZacharyVanDrunen | CodyMadison | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson | EmilieBrouse| AbigailSwartz| GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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csHaugeneWiki| ZacharyHanson | ZacharyVanDrunen | CodyMadison | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson | EmilieBrouse| AbigailSwartz| GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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Deletions:
ZacharyHanson | ZacharyVanDrunen | CodyMadison | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson | EmilieBrouse| AbigailSwartz| GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise. I'll post some notes on method on Friday. Two tips: Description is done neutral language. It is detailed, not a fast and superficial glance. Get a good description down and analysis is a lot easier. So pay special attention to the examples and comment on those examples that S&P present in two columns in Chap 3.
- Chap 3 and notes exercise debriefing.
Deletions:
- I'll post my notes on method on Friday. Two tips: Description is done neutral language. It is detailed, not a fast and superficial glance. Get a good description down and analysis is a lot easier. So pay special attention to the examples and comment on those examples that S&P present in two columns in Chap 3.
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise
- Chap 3 and exercise debriefing.


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Additions:
- We don't meet. I'll be reviewing what you've worked on and commenting today and Friday.
Get arted on the next exercuse for Tue 9 Sept.
- I'll post my notes on method on Friday. Two tips: Description is done neutral language. It is detailed, not a fast and superficial glance. Get a good description down and analysis is a lot easier. So pay special attention to the examples and comment on those examples that S&P present in two columns in Chap 3.
- Read Stoner and Perkins, Chap 3 and Chap 9.
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise
Deletions:
- We don't meet. I'll be reviewing what you've worked on and commenting today and Friday. Get arted on the next exercuse for Tue 9 Sept.
- Read Stoner and Perkins, Chap 3 and Chap 9
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise
-


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Additions:
- We don't meet. I'll be reviewing what you've worked on and commenting today and Friday. Get arted on the next exercuse for Tue 9 Sept.
- Read Stoner and Perkins, Chap 3 and Chap 9
- FirstPassAtCriticalMethodExercise
-
Deletions:
- We don't meet. I'll be reviewing what you've worked on and commenting today and Friday. But you can get started on this for Tue 9 Sept.
- Read Stoner and Perkins, Chap 3.
- Exercise TBA Thu.


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Additions:
- We don't meet. I'll be reviewing what you've worked on and commenting today and Friday. But you can get started on this for Tue 9 Sept.
- Read Stoner and Perkins, Chap 3.
Deletions:
- We don't meet. Instead, do this for Tue 9 Sept.
- Read Chap 3.


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Older announcements are on the CourseSyllabus page.
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=== for week of Tue 2 Sep: Exercises and Reading in Stoner and Perkins ===
- Read TheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation and ReadingWikiNamePages to get a sense of how rhetorical analysis approaches these matters. With that in mind,
- Visit the WikiName pages of others. Read them and consider them: the text, the design, the headings, the images - and consider how they work rhetorically. Consider the choices others made in addressing the name page space. Consider how the owner of that page - the actual rhetor - used text, headings, naming the page, embedded images, layout to create an implied rhetor addressing an implied audience. Leave comments, as formal or informal as you like, on a few. Say hello.
- Edit / reformat / redesign your WikiName page if you'd like. You can redesign your page whenever you want to.
== Part 2 ==
- You'll want to do this by Sunday or Monday. Before you start reading Stoner and Perkins, do the BalconyViewExercise on the wiki. It takes about half an hour. This exercise anticipates some discussion in chapter 2.
- **UPDATE 1 Sept**: Have a look at a few balcony view exercises in progress to get a sense of how closely you'll need to recount the situation. These all stay with the incident long enough to illustrate how observing works.
- BalconyViewACN
- BalconyViewLAK
- BalconyViewCAS
- BalconyViewExerciseCWM
- Now read Stoner and Perkins, chaps 1- 2.


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Additions:
- MorgansNotesOnMessagesChap1
- MorgansNotesOnMessagesChap2
- SeeingAsACritic - **due Thursday, class time** (1/2 - 1 hr)
Deletions:
- I'll post my notes on these two chapters, along with an exercise for them, at the end of the class meeting.
- SeeingAsACritic - due Thursday, class time


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Additions:
- We meet face to face on Tuesday, but not Thursday this week.
- We don't meet. Instead, do this for Tue 9 Sept.
- Read Chap 3.
- Exercise TBA Thu.
=== Tue 9 Sep ===
- Chap 3 and exercise debriefing.
- We meet face to face on Tuesday, but not Thursday this week.
ZacharyHanson | ZacharyVanDrunen | CodyMadison | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson | EmilieBrouse| AbigailSwartz| GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
- We meet face to face on Tuesday, but not Thursday.
==== On Deck ====
- We don't meet. Instead, do this:
- Read chap 3,
- Exercise tba
I'll add your WikiName to this list when you set up your page.
ZacharyHanson | ZacharyVanDrunen | CodyMadison | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson | EmilieBrouse| AbigailSwartz| GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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Deletions:
ZacharyHanson | ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson | EmilieBrouse| AbigailSwartz| GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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ZacharyHanson | ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson | EmilieBrouse| AbigailSwartz| GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson | EmilieBrouse| AbigailSwartz| GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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Get started on this by the end of the day on Thursday to see if you're going to run into problems. Due Tue 9 Sep.


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- SeeingAsACritic - due Thursday, class time


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Additions:
- Face to face, we'll look at S&P chaps 1 - 2.
- Questions on procedures?
==== On Deck ====
- We don't meet. Instead, do this:
- Read chap 3,
- Exercise tba
Get started on this by the end of the day on Thursday to see if you're going to run into problems. Due Tue 9 Sep.
Deletions:
- Face to face, we'll talk about S&P chaps 1 - 2.
- We don't meet. Instead, do this:
- Read chap 3


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Additions:
- **UPDATE 1 Sept**: Have a look at a few balcony view exercises in progress to get a sense of how closely you'll need to recount the situation. These all stay with the incident long enough to illustrate how observing works.
Deletions:
- 1 Sept: Have a look at a few balcony view exercises in progress to get a sense of how closely you'll need to recount the situation. These all stay with the incident long enough to illustrate how observing works.


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Additions:
- 1 Sept: Have a look at a few balcony view exercises in progress to get a sense of how closely you'll need to recount the situation. These all stay with the incident long enough to illustrate how observing works.
=== Tue 2 Sep ===
- Face to face, we'll talk about S&P chaps 1 - 2.
- I'll post my notes on these two chapters, along with an exercise for them, at the end of the class meeting.
- In these exercises, as throughout the course, you're recording your thinking. showing your work. That's what I want to see. That's evidence that you're working with the ideas and practices, the method and the concepts.
=== Thu 4 Sep ===
- We don't meet. Instead, do this:
- Read chap 3
Deletions:
- 1 Sept: Have a look at a few balcony view exercises in progress to get a sense of how closely you'll need to recount the situation. These are all staying with it long enough to illustrate how observing works.


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- 1 Sept: Have a look at a few balcony view exercises in progress to get a sense of how closely you'll need to recount the situation. These are all staying with it long enough to illustrate how observing works.
- BalconyViewExerciseCWM
Deletions:
- 1 Sept: Have a look at a few balcony view exercises in progress to get a sense of how closely you'll need to recount the situation.
- Balcony ViewExerciseCWM


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- Balcony ViewExerciseCWM
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- [[ViewExerciseCWM | BalconyViewCWM]]


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- [[ViewExerciseCWM | BalconyViewCWM]]
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- ViewExerciseCWM


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- BalconyViewZVD


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- 1 Sept: Have a look at a few balcony view exercises in progress to get a sense of how closely you'll need to recount the situation.
- BalconyViewACN
- BalconyViewLAK
- BalconyViewZVD


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== Required texts ==
- Stoner and Perkins. //Making Sense of Messages,//Houghton Mifflin, 2004. ISBN-10: 0205564518. I recommend renting this book or buying it used. We're using chaps 1 - 8.
- Myers, Greg. //The Discourse of Blogs and Wikis//. Continuum, 2010. ISBN-13: 978-1847064141
- Other readings and media distributed by the instructor
=== Tue 26 Aug ===
- intros
- CourseStatement
- The invitation code
We will reduce face to face meetings to one per week starting the week of 1 September. We will meet T 2 Sep, but expect online work on R 4 Sep.
We will meet Tuesdays in September, and the switch to meeting Thursdays from October through December.
Face to face meetings will become voluntary ASAP. Once everyone is comfortable with Stoner and Perkins, with what we're doing, attendance will become voluntary.
for Thu 28 Aug
- Read the CourseStatement - 30 min
- Use two pages to get started on the wiki
- Use [[http://mcmorgan.clarify-it.com/d/dkyv7d Getting Started on the Wiki tutorial]] to register on the wiki and become familiar with wiki markup.
- Refer to GettingStarted for detailed information on formatting and adding images.
- Once you're registered, do the SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise.
- Have your WikiName page set up by class time R so we can address any problems that come up.
=== Thu 28 Aug ===
- This page will change often. I'll move material we addressed to the CourseSyllabus to keep the most recent stuff near the top of the page.
- Questions on the CourseStatement, policies, how the course will proceed, et al: Use the Comments on the CourseStatement page to pose them; I'll address them. Most pages on this wiki allow you to post and reply to, and delete, comments. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see the control.
- Questions on creating and designing your WikiName page. How did it go? Problems? Stumbles? Solutions?
- Images


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=== for week of Tue 2 Sep: Exercises and Reading in Stoner and Perkins ===
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=== for Tue 2 Sep: Exercises and Reading in Stoner and Perkins ===


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- Read TheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation and ReadingWikiNamePages to get a sense of how rhetorical analysis approaches these matters. With that in mind,
Deletions:
- Read TheTextualizedRhetoricalSituation and ReadingWikiNamePages to get a sense of how rhetorical analysis approaches these matters. With that in mind,


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=== for Tue 2 Sep: Exercises and Reading in Stoner and Perkins ===
== Part 2 ==
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=== for Tue 2 Sep: Exercises and Reading ===
=== Stoner and Perkins for Tuesday ===


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>>=== Menu Rhetoric===
""<a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/mcmorgan/14336737578" title="At the Taproom by M C Morgan, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm6.staticflickr.com/5515/14336737578_7ec406bff3.jpg" width="375" height="500" alt="At the Taproom"></a>""
At the Taproom


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=== for Tue 2 Sep: Exercises and Reading ===
- Visit the WikiName pages of others. Read them and consider them: the text, the design, the headings, the images - and consider how they work rhetorically. Consider the choices others made in addressing the name page space. Consider how the owner of that page - the actual rhetor - used text, headings, naming the page, embedded images, layout to create an implied rhetor addressing an implied audience. Leave comments, as formal or informal as you like, on a few. Say hello.
=== Stoner and Perkins for Tuesday ===
- You'll want to do this by Sunday or Monday. Before you start reading Stoner and Perkins, do the BalconyViewExercise on the wiki. It takes about half an hour. This exercise anticipates some discussion in chapter 2.
- Now read Stoner and Perkins, chaps 1- 2.
- Follow @mcmorgan
Deletions:
=== for Tue 2 Sep: Three tasks ===
- Visit the WikiName pages of others. Read them and think about them: the text, the design, the headings, the images - and consider how they work rhetorically. Consider the choices others made in addressing the name page space. Consider how the owner of that page - the actual rhetor - used text, headings, naming the page, embedded images, layout to create an implied rhetor addressing an implied audience. Leave comments, as formal or informal as you like, on a few. Say hello.
- Read Stoner and Perkins, chap 1. I'll post my notes on this chapter by Tuesday.
=== Tue 2 Sep ===
We'll be working with Stoner and Perkins, chaps 1 - 3 this week.
- Face to face, we'll engage in a short online writing exercise. It will be posted for online on Tuesday.
- For R and over the weekend, well work with chaps 2 and 3. Expect an exercise over the weekend.
- Follow @mcmorgan/


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- Face to face, we'll engage in a short online writing exercise. It will be posted for online on Tuesday.
- For R and over the weekend, well work with chaps 2 and 3. Expect an exercise over the weekend.
Deletions:
- Face to face, we'll engage in a short online writing exercise. It will be posted for online access on Tuesday.


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- Read Stoner and Perkins, chap 1. I'll post my notes on this chapter by Tuesday.
Deletions:
- Read Stoner and Perkins, chap 1. I'll post my notes on this chapter on Tuesday.


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Deletions:
ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson | GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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Additions:
- Questions on the CourseStatement, policies, how the course will proceed, et al: Use the Comments on the CourseStatement page to pose them; I'll address them. Most pages on this wiki allow you to post and reply to, and delete, comments. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see the control.
Deletions:
- Questions on the CourseStatement, policies, how the course will proceed, et al: Use the Comments on this page to pose them; I'll address them. Most pages on this wiki allow you to post and reply to, and delete, comments. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see the control.


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Additions:
We'll be working with Stoner and Perkins, chaps 1 - 3 this week.
- Face to face, we'll engage in a short online writing exercise. It will be posted for online access on Tuesday.
Deletions:
- Face to face, we'll engage in a short online writing exercise. It will be posted for online access on Tuesday.


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- Read Stoner and Perkins, chap 1. I'll post my notes on this chapter on Tuesday.
- Face to face, we'll engage in a short online writing exercise. It will be posted for online access on Tuesday.
Deletions:
Stoner and Perkins
- First, do BalconyViewExercise on the wiki. This exercise anticipates the discussion in chapter 2. Read Stoner and Perkins, chaps 1-2. Chapter 2 asks you to take on three short writing tasks to experience the balcony view that critical perspective takes. I'll be posting my notes on this chapter on Tuesday, along with an exercise.


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Additions:
- First, do BalconyViewExercise on the wiki. This exercise anticipates the discussion in chapter 2. Read Stoner and Perkins, chaps 1-2. Chapter 2 asks you to take on three short writing tasks to experience the balcony view that critical perspective takes. I'll be posting my notes on this chapter on Tuesday, along with an exercise.
Deletions:
- Read Stoner and Perkins, chaps 1-2. Chapter 2 asks you to take on three short writing tasks to experience the balcony view that critical perspective takes. I'll be posting my notes on this chapter on Tuesday, along with an exercise.


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Stoner and Perkins
- Read Stoner and Perkins, chaps 1-2. Chapter 2 asks you to take on three short writing tasks to experience the balcony view that critical perspective takes. I'll be posting my notes on this chapter on Tuesday, along with an exercise.
Deletions:
- Read Stoner and Perkins, chap 1. I'll be posting my notes on this chapter on Tuesday, along with an exercise.


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=== for Tue 2 Sep: Three tasks ===
- Read TheTextualizedRhetoricalSituation and ReadingWikiNamePages to get a sense of how rhetorical analysis approaches these matters. With that in mind,
- Visit the WikiName pages of others. Read them and think about them: the text, the design, the headings, the images - and consider how they work rhetorically. Consider the choices others made in addressing the name page space. Consider how the owner of that page - the actual rhetor - used text, headings, naming the page, embedded images, layout to create an implied rhetor addressing an implied audience. Leave comments, as formal or informal as you like, on a few. Say hello.
- Edit / reformat / redesign your WikiName page if you'd like. You can redesign your page whenever you want to.
- We meet face to face on Tuesday, but not Thursday.
Deletions:
for Tue 2 Sep: Three tasks
- Visit the WikiName pages of others. Read them: the text, the design, the headings, the images - and how they work rhetorically. Consider the choices others made in addressing the name page space. Leave a comment on a few. Say hello.
- Edit / reformat / redesign your WikiName page if you'd like. You can redesign your page whenever you want to.
- We meet face to face today, but not R.


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Additions:
- Questions on the CourseStatement, policies, how the course will proceed, et al: Use the Comments on this page to pose them; I'll address them. Most pages on this wiki allow you to post and reply to, and delete, comments. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see the control.
- Images
Deletions:
- Questions on the CourseStatement. Use the Comments section to pose them; I'll address them. Most pages on this wiki allow you to post and reply to, and delete, comments. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see the control.


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- This page will change often. I'll move material we addressed to the CourseSyllabus to keep the most recent stuff near the top of the page.
- Questions on the CourseStatement. Use the Comments section to pose them; I'll address them. Most pages on this wiki allow you to post and reply to, and delete, comments. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see the control.
- Questions on creating and designing your WikiName page. How did it go? Problems? Stumbles? Solutions?
Deletions:
- Questions on the CourseStatement. Use the Comments section to pose them.
- Questions on creating and designing your WikiName page.


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Additions:
- Questions on the CourseStatement. Use the Comments section to pose them.
Deletions:
- Questions on the CourseStatement. Using the Comments.


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ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson | GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
for Tue 2 Sep: Three tasks
On Deck
Deletions:
- Reading WikiName pages rhetorically. I'll post my notes on this Thursday pm.
- TheTexualizedRhetoricalSituation
- ReadingWikiNamePages
ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | ZacharyHanson| AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson| GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
for Tue 2 Sep: Four tasks
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ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | NickPhillips | ZacharyHanson| AndreaNadeau| ArthurMalcomson| GillStudent | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
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ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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- ReadingWikiNamePages


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- Reading WikiName pages rhetorically. I'll post my notes on this Thursday pm.
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- A reading WikiName pages rhetorically. I'll pst my notes on this Thursday pm.


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ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendall | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
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ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendalln | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | ShaneFaria | LoganKendalln | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
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ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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- A reading WikiName pages rhetorically. I'll pst my notes on this Thursday pm.
- Visit the WikiName pages of others. Read them: the text, the design, the headings, the images - and how they work rhetorically. Consider the choices others made in addressing the name page space. Leave a comment on a few. Say hello.
- Edit / reformat / redesign your WikiName page if you'd like. You can redesign your page whenever you want to.
Deletions:
- A reading WikiName pages rhetorically.
- Visit the WikiName pages of others. Read them: the text, the design, the headings, t=he images. Consider the choices others made in addressing the name page space. Leave a comment on a few. Say hello.
- Edit / reformat your WikiName page if necessary. You can change it whenever you want to.


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- A reading WikiName pages rhetorically.


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Additions:
- Visit the WikiName pages of others. Read them: the text, the design, the headings, t=he images. Consider the choices others made in addressing the name page space. Leave a comment on a few. Say hello.
Deletions:
- Visit the WikiName pages of others. Read them. See how others handled the exercise. Leave a comment on a few. Say hello.


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- [[On deck: Get note spaces organized. Go to your WikiName page. Create a page for your notes titled NotesOnStonerAndPerkins - followed by your initials. As in NotesOnStonerAndPerkinsMCM. [more to come] ]]
Deletions:
- [[On deck: Get notes organized Go to your WikiName page. Create a page for your notes titled NotesOnStonerAndPerkins - followed by your initials. As in NotesOnStonerAndPerkinsMCM. [more to come]


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for Tue 2 Sep: Four tasks
- Edit / reformat your WikiName page if necessary. You can change it whenever you want to.
- [[On deck: Get notes organized Go to your WikiName page. Create a page for your notes titled NotesOnStonerAndPerkins - followed by your initials. As in NotesOnStonerAndPerkinsMCM. [more to come]
Deletions:
for Tue 2 Sep: Three tasks
- Go to your WikiName page. Create a page for your notes titled NotesOnStonerAndPerkins - followed by your initials. As in NotesOnStonerAndPerkinsMCM. [more to come]


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ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
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ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz || MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz || MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
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ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz || MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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=== Participants ===
I'll add your WikiName to this list when you set up your page.
ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz || MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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=== Participants ===
I'll add your WikiName to this list when you set up your page.
ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz || MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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I'll add your WikiName to this list when you set up your page.
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I'll add your WikiName to this list when you set up your page.


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I'll add your WikiName to this list when you set up your page.
ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | EmmaGuthrie | JacobWinter | MirandaReinartz || MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
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ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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We will reduce face to face meetings to one per week starting the week of 1 September. We will meet T 2 Sep, but expect online work on R 4 Sep.
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We will reduce face to face meetings to one per week starting the week of 1 September. We will meet T 2 Sep, but expect online work ojn R 4 Sep.


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We will reduce face to face meetings to one per week starting the week of 1 September. We will meet T 2 Sep, but expect online work ojn R 4 Sep.
We will meet Tuesdays in September, and the switch to meeting Thursdays from October through December.
Face to face meetings will become voluntary ASAP. Once everyone is comfortable with Stoner and Perkins, with what we're doing, attendance will become voluntary.
- Go to your WikiName page. Create a page for your notes titled NotesOnStonerAndPerkins - followed by your initials. As in NotesOnStonerAndPerkinsMCM. [more to come]
- We meet face to face today, but not R.
Deletions:
- Go to your WikiName page. Create a page for your notes titled StongerAndPerkinsNotes - followed by your initials. As in StonerAndPerkinsNotesMCM. [more to come]
- TBA


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ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | AnthonyBurn | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
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ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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ZacharyVanDrunen | JordanLong | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
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ZacharyVanDrunen | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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Additions:
- Have your WikiName page set up by class time R so we can address any problems that come up.
- Questions on creating and designing your WikiName page.
Deletions:
- Have these done by class time R so we can address any problems that come up.
- Questions on creating and designing your wikiname page.


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Additions:
- Visit the WikiName pages of others. Read them. See how others handled the exercise. Leave a comment on a few. Say hello.
ZacharyVanDrunen | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
Deletions:
- Visit the WikiName pages of others. Read them. See how others handled the exercise. Leave a comment. Say hello.
StudentName | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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- Use two pages to get started on the wiki
- Use [[http://mcmorgan.clarify-it.com/d/dkyv7d Getting Started on the Wiki tutorial]] to register on the wiki and become familiar with wiki markup.
- Refer to GettingStarted for detailed information on formatting and adding images.
- Once you're registered, do the SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise.
- Have these done by class time R so we can address any problems that come up.
Deletions:
- Use the [[http://mcmorgan.clarify-it.com/d/dkyv7d Getting Started on the Wiki tutorial]] to register on the wiki and become familiar with wiki markup. Then do the SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise. Due by class time R so we can address any problems that come up. This will take you from 1 - 2 hrs, so start early.


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- We will be experimenting this semester with screencasts and online video conferences for the class, using Skype and Google Hangouts. Students in the graduate section will be asked to help coordinate these experiments


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- TBA
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Revision [17603]

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- Read the CourseStatement - 30 min
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- Read the CourseStatement - 30 minn


Revision [17602]

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- Read the CourseStatement - 30 minn
- Use the [[http://mcmorgan.clarify-it.com/d/dkyv7d Getting Started on the Wiki tutorial]] to register on the wiki and become familiar with wiki markup. Then do the SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise. Due by class time R so we can address any problems that come up. This will take you from 1 - 2 hrs, so start early.
- Questions on the CourseStatement. Using the Comments.
for Tue 2 Sep: Three tasks
- Visit the WikiName pages of others. Read them. See how others handled the exercise. Leave a comment. Say hello.
- Read Stoner and Perkins, chap 1. I'll be posting my notes on this chapter on Tuesday, along with an exercise.
- Go to your WikiName page. Create a page for your notes titled StongerAndPerkinsNotes - followed by your initials. As in StonerAndPerkinsNotesMCM. [more to come]
=== Tue 2 Sep ===
-
Deletions:
- Read the CourseStatement
- Use the [[http://mcmorgan.clarify-it.com/d/dkyv7d Getting Started on the Wiki tutorial]] to register on the wiki and become familiar with wiki markup. Then do the SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise. Due by class time R so we can address any problems that come up.
- Questions on the CourseStatement
for Tue 2 Sep: Developing a working method
- Stoner and Perkins, chap 1
- Start from your WikiName page. Set up a StongerAndPerkinsNotes page. [more to come]]
- Twitter.


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Additions:
- Use the [[http://mcmorgan.clarify-it.com/d/dkyv7d Getting Started on the Wiki tutorial]] to register on the wiki and become familiar with wiki markup. Then do the SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise. Due by class time R so we can address any problems that come up.
- Twitter.
Deletions:
- SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise. Refer to [[http://mcmorgan.clarify-it.com/d/dkyv7d Getting Started on the Wiki tutorial]]
- Twitter sign up


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== Twitter ==
- Follow @mcmorgan/
- Use #erhet3177 for questions, events of note, announcements, images of what you had for breakfast ...
== RSS ==
- Google RSS to get an idea of what it is and how it works.
- Get an RSS reader, or register at an RSS aggregator site.
- Subscribe to the wiki home page (Use the RSS icon at the bottom of the page), and pages that you want to monitor.
Deletions:
- Follow @mcmorgan
- Use #erhet3177 for questions, events of note, images of what you had for breakfast ...


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- Twitter sign up
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- Twitter sign up in BootCamp.


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- Twitter sign up in BootCamp.
=== BootCamp ===
- Sign up for twitter, if you aren't signed up already. Send a tweet using #erhet3177.
- Search twitter for #erhet3177 to find others in the class. Follow them.
- Follow @mcmorgan
- Use #erhet3177 for questions, events of note, images of what you had for breakfast ...
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=== Bootcamp ===
- Sign up for twitter, if you aren't already.


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- Sign up for twitter, if you aren't already.
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Course starts 26 Aug.


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- Read the CourseStatement
=== Thu 28 Aug ===
- Questions on creating and designing your wikiname page.
for Tue 2 Sep: Developing a working method
- Stoner and Perkins, chap 1
- Start from your WikiName page. Set up a StongerAndPerkinsNotes page. [more to come]]


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=== Tue 26 Aug ===
- The invitation code
for Thu 28 Aug
- Questions on the CourseStatement
- SetUpAWikiNamePageExercise. Refer to [[http://mcmorgan.clarify-it.com/d/dkyv7d Getting Started on the Wiki tutorial]]
Deletions:
=== Tues 26 Aug ===
- GettingStarted - the basics if reading and writing the wiki
- FormattingRules - for more detailed formatting, using of images and other stuff
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=== Bootcamp ===
- GettingStarted - the basics if reading and writing the wiki
- FormattingRules - for more detailed formatting, using of images and other stuff
-


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>>=== Menu Rhetoric===
""<a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/mcmorgan/14336737578" title="At the Taproom by M C Morgan, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm6.staticflickr.com/5515/14336737578_7ec406bff3.jpg" width="375" height="500" alt="At the Taproom"></a>""
At the Taproom
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>>=== Recomposing Royals ===
""<a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/davegray/14403704883" title="Connected Company article in German by Dave Gray, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3878/14403704883_4d05ff9a18.jpg" width="376" alt="Connected Company article in German"></a>""
{{image url="http://i1.ytimg.com/vi/VBmCJEehYtU/maxresdefault.jpg" width="300px"}}
Just one instance of appropriation of //Royals//. It's recomposing, giving #rhetorical_velocity to Lourde. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBmCJEehYtU | Puddles sings Royals]]


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""<a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/davegray/14403704883" title="Connected Company article in German by Dave Gray, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3878/14403704883_4d05ff9a18.jpg" width="376" alt="Connected Company article in German"></a>""
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""<a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/davegray/14403704883" title="Connected Company article in German by Dave Gray, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3878/14403704883_4d05ff9a18.jpg" width="500" height="352" alt="Connected Company article in German"></a>""


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""<a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/davegray/14403704883" title="Connected Company article in German by Dave Gray, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3878/14403704883_4d05ff9a18.jpg" width="500" height="352" alt="Connected Company article in German"></a>""


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- CourseStatement
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- CourseSyllabus


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CourseSyllabus | CourseStatement | AboutThisWiki | [[http://biro.erhetoric.org Morgan's Wiki]]
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[[http://biro.erhetoric.org Morgan's Wiki]] | CourseSyllabus | CourseStatement | AboutThisWiki


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==ENGL 3179/5179 Fall 2014==
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==ENGL 3179/5179==


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- WhatMakesThisRhetorical
- HandlistOfWeblogs
- NotesOnLongakerOnStyle
- AlternativeProgressionOnAWebsite
- StyleOnTumblrProject
- OnMetonymy
- RhetoricalVelocity
- IntroExerciseInRhetoricalVelocity
- ExploringTwitterForRecomposing
- RhetoricalVelocityAndTwitterProject


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Course starts 26 Aug.
=== Tues 26 Aug ===
- intros
- CourseSyllabus
== Required texts ==
- Stoner and Perkins. //Making Sense of Messages,//Houghton Mifflin, 2004. ISBN-10: 0205564518. I recommend renting this book or buying it used. We're using chaps 1 - 8.
- Myers, Greg. //The Discourse of Blogs and Wikis//. Continuum, 2010. ISBN-13: 978-1847064141
- Other readings and media distributed by the instructor


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StudentName | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants
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AnthonyBurn | AmberGordon | TaylorGustafson | WhitneyJackson | AshleyJuenemann, | JennahKelley | SarahPirila | AlexanderSchlee | JordanShearer | MelindaSingleton | DavidTeeples | TriciaTuntland | KyleeUncini | DawnDavid | ErinMarsh | AmyMoschkau | MorganAdmin | PastParticipants


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=== Fri 13 Dec 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM ===
- Final: present findings on RhetoricalVelocityAndTwitterProject: analysis and interpretation of significance
- [[https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dE9fU0FjSER1eXVRWjNpV0VkZTNqdWc6MA | Course Evaluation]] (10 minutes).


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A modest but pragmatic, easy-to-hang-onto definition of rhetoric from Stoner and Perkins:
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Here's a fairly modest but pragmatic, easy-to-hang-onto definition of rhetoric from Stoner and Perkins:


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- [[https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dE9fU0FjSER1eXVRWjNpV0VkZTNqdWc6MA | Course Evaluation]] (10 minutes).


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- Final: present findings on RhetoricalVelocityAndTwitterProject: analysis and interpretation of significance
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=== Tue 26 Nov ===
- Worktime in class Tue 26. Finish first pass at materials collection. Starting observing and description.
Break
=== Tue 3 Dec ===
- Worktime in class. Attend. Take a few minutes to look over the project page RhetoricalVelocityAndTwitterProject to make sure that you're on track.
- Should be completing collecting materials, composing some descriptions of the texts and circumstances, watching for patterns, and reviewing analysis materials appropriate to your work. Lo0k at Longaker; Sheridan et al; and other readings you've found. Don't use them all: Select which one or two opens up analysis. We are all using Sheridan for a conception of rhetorical velocity, recomposition, and recirculation.
=== Thu 5 Dec ===
Class will meet. It's cold but the roads are more or less open.
- Worktime in class. Attend.
- Where are you? What are you finding so far? What's next?
- Start to consider what you might need to construct to present your analysis : chart, tables, diagrams, map, or just a scroll through your wiki page. Start choosing examples that will illustrate your analysis.
- Notes on interpretation
- Notes on patterns
=== Tue 10 Dec ===
- Optional Work time. I''l be here for questions.
- Final: present findings


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Just one instance of appropriation of //Royals//. It's recomposing, giving #rhetorical_velocity to Lourde. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBmCJEehYtU | Puddles sings Royals]]
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It's recomposing, giving #rhetorical_velocity to Lourde. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBmCJEehYtU | Puddles sings //Royals//]]


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>>=== Recomposing Royals ===
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>>=== Recomposing //Royals// ===


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>>=== Recomposing //Royals// ===
{{image url "http://i1.ytimg.com/vi/VBmCJEehYtU/maxresdefault.jpg" width="300px"}}
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>>=== RT ===
=={{image url="http://i1.ytimg.com/vi/VBmCJEehYtU/maxresdefault.jpg" width="300px"}}


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=={{image url="http://i1.ytimg.com/vi/VBmCJEehYtU/maxresdefault.jpg" width="300px"}}
It's recomposing, giving #rhetorical_velocity to Lourde. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBmCJEehYtU | Puddles sings //Royals//]]
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=={{image url="https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1064015619/Photo_on_2010-07-08_at_17.12_normal.jpg" width="300px"}}


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=={{image url="https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1064015619/Photo_on_2010-07-08_at_17.12_normal.jpg" width="300px"}}
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""RT <a href="https://twitter.com/BarackObama">@BarackObama</a>: I'm bored. I wonder what Caitlin's doing.</p>— Caitlin Moran (@caitlinmoran) <a href="https://twitter.com/caitlinmoran/statuses/408288253725667328">December 4, 2013</a> <script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>""==


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""RT <a href="https://twitter.com/BarackObama">@BarackObama</a>: I'm bored. I wonder what Caitlin's doing.</p>— Caitlin Moran (@caitlinmoran) <a href="https://twitter.com/caitlinmoran/statuses/408288253725667328">December 4, 2013</a> <script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>""==
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""RT <a href="https://twitter.com/BarackObama">@BarackObama</a>: I'm bored. I wonder what Caitlin's doing.</p>— Caitlin Moran (@caitlinmoran) <a href="https://twitter.com/caitlinmoran/statuses/408288253725667328">December 4, 2013</a> m<script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>""==
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""RT <a href="https://twitter.com/BarackObama">@BarackObama</a>: I'm bored. I wonder what Caitlin's doing.</p>— Caitlin Moran (@caitlinmoran) <a href="https://twitter.com/caitlinmoran/statuses/408288253725667328">December 4, 2013</a>
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""RT <a href="https://twitter.com/BarackObama">@BarackObama</a>: I'm bored. I wonder what Caitlin's doing.</p>— Caitlin Moran (@caitlinmoran) <a href="https://twitter.com/caitlinmoran/statuses/408288253725667328">December 4, 2013</a>
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""RT <a href="https://twitter.com/BarackObama">@BarackObama</a>: I'm bored. I wonder what Caitlin's doing.</p>— Caitlin Moran (@caitlinmoran) <a href="https://twitter.com/caitlinmoran/statuses/408288253725667328">December 4, 2013</a>
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""RT <a href="https://twitter.com/BarackObama">@BarackObama</a>: I'm bored. I wonder what Caitlin's doing.</p>— Caitlin Moran (@caitlinmoran) <a href="https://twitter.com/caitlinmoran/statuses/408288253725667328">December 4, 2013</a>
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""<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>RT <a href="https://twitter.com/BarackObama">@BarackObama</a>: I'm bored. I wonder what Caitlin's doing.</p>— Caitlin Moran (@caitlinmoran) <a href="https://twitter.com/caitlinmoran/statuses/408288253725667328">December 4, 2013</a></blockquote>


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""<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>RT <a href="https://twitter.com/BarackObama">@BarackObama</a>: I'm bored. I wonder what Caitlin's doing.</p>— Caitlin Moran (@caitlinmoran) <a href="https://twitter.com/caitlinmoran/statuses/408288253725667328">December 4, 2013</a></blockquote>
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Class will meet. It's cold but the roads are more or less open.
- Where are you? What are you finding so far? What's next?
- Notes on interpretation.
- Notes on interpretation
- Final: present findings
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Class will meet.
- Notes on intepretation
- final: present findings


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- Worktime in class. Attend. Take a few minutes to look over the project page RhetoricalVelocityAndTwitterProject to make sure that you're on track.
- Should be completing collecting materials, composing some descriptions of the texts and circumstances, watching for patterns, and reviewing analysis materials appropriate to your work. Lo0k at Longaker; Sheridan et al; and other readings you've found. Don't use them all: Select which one or two opens up analysis. We are all using Sheridan for a conception of rhetorical velocity, recomposition, and recirculation.
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- Start to consider what you might need to construct to present your analysis : chart, tables, diagrams, map, or just a scroll through your wiki page. Start choosing examples that will illustrate your analysis.
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Marketeer enthuses, '"We liked Paul and Babe because everybody seems to recognize them," Kroening said. "They were easy to work with," he added with a smile.' One [[http://www.twincities.com/politics/ci_23889026/minnesotas-health-exchange-ads-paul-bunyon-and-babe | downstate paper]]updates the icon's name to //Bunyon// in the url. Bemidji Mayor forgets that Bunyan and pal were invented as a marketing device in the first place, and so becomes [[http://blogs.citypages.com/blotter/2013/08/bemidji_mayor_is_offended_about_how_states_new_mnsure_ads_portray_paul_bunyan.php | target of facile downstate sarcasm]]. Local Senator Rudd [[http://brainerddispatch.com/news/2013-08-22/ruud-wants-paul-bunyan-removed-mnsure-ads | takes issue]] with marketers's re-mix: "This portrayal does not reflect kindly on our communities who respect this treasured symbol as part of our great tradition and heritage." And [[http://youngnotions.com/mnsure-making-paul-bunyan-look-bad/ | blogger faces off with entire town]]: "These ads don’t make him look dumb, Bemidji. Do you know what makes somebody look dumb? Fighting for the dignity of a fictional character that you can’t even claim ownership on. Also, claiming that your town is the hometown of a fictional character when a dozen other towns are doing the same thing. Seriously, Bemidji. Lay off. This is the kind of shit that gets you on those dumb small town segments on the Daily Show."
Lesson: Know your rhetorical velocity.


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- Worktime and evals
=== Fri 13 Dec 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM ===
- final: present findings
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- Present: extended class session: 1200 - 2:00


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- IntroExerciseInRhetoricalVelocity
- ExploringTwitterForRecomposing
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==== Tue 5 Nov ====
- Next - RhetoricalVelocity
- In class - An IntroExerciseInRhetoricalVelocity
- re-thinking audience, kairos
for Thu
- read, markup chap 4 from Sheridan, Ridolfo, and Michel (handout).
- If you don't have a Twitter account, set one up. Find and follow some others.
==== Thu 7 Nov ====
- in class discussion on IntroExerciseInRhetoricalVelocity, and a search and explore exercise for Tuesday.
=== For Thurs - Tues - Observing: Daily ===
- Exercise - ExploringTwitterForRecomposing
=== Tue 12 Nov ===
- reconnoiter on ExploringTwitterForRecomposing
- time in class to get the observations in order for overview on Thursday:
- In your notes, make observations on each of the points on the ExploringTwitterForRecomposing. Check what you have looked at and what you haven't and, if necessary, go looking.
=== Thu 14 Nov ===
- Presenting overview on Thursday
- Make observations on each of the points on the ExploringTwitterForRecomposing. Draw some notes together to present informally.
- At the end of class, on your notes page, I'll ask you to generate some questions for the next turn: What might we look at more closely with regards to rhetorical velocity, kairos, and Twitter? Questions, practices.
- For Tuesday, I'll compile some of the questions and we'll start the project. The list is on the RhetoricalVelocity page.
=== Tue 19 Nov ===
- A look at questions: RhetoricalVelocity
- RhetoricalVelocityAndTwitterProject
- reference: ExploringTwitterForRecomposing
=== Thu 21 Nov ===
- Proposal approved by end of class on Thu 21 Nov
- Start your first collection of materials over the weekend, ready by classtime.


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=== Thu 5 Dec ===
- Present: extended class session: 1200 - 2:00
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=== Tue 3 Dec and Thu 5 Dec ===
- Present: extended class session


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- Worktime in class. Attend.
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- Worktime in class


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=== Thu 21 Nov ===
- Proposal approved by end of class on Thu 21 Nov
- Start your first collection of materials over the weekend, ready by classtime.
=== Tue 26 Nov ===
- Worktime in class Tue 26. Finish first pass at materials collection. Starting observing and description.
Break
=== Tue 3 Dec and Thu 5 Dec ===
- Worktime in class
=== Tue 10 Dec ===
- Present: extended class session


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- A look at questions: RhetoricalVelocity
- reference: ExploringTwitterForRecomposing
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- A look at questions


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- TwitterAndRhetoricalVelocityProject


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=== Tue 19 Nov ===
- A look at questions
- TwitterAndRhetoricalVelocityProject


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- Presenting overview on Thursday
- At the end of class, on your notes page, I'll ask you to generate some questions for the next turn: What might we look at more closely with regards to rhetorical velocity, kairos, and Twitter? Questions, practices.
- For Tuesday, I'll compile some of the questions and we'll start the project. The list is on the RhetoricalVelocity page.
Deletions:
- presenting overview on Thursday
- At the end of class, on your notes page, I'll ask you to questions for the next move: What might we look at more closely with regards to rhetorical velocity, kairos, and Twitter? Questions, practices.
- For Tuesday, I'll compile some of the questions and we'll start the project.


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Additions:
- Make observations on each of the points on the ExploringTwitterForRecomposing. Draw some notes together to present informally.
- At the end of class, on your notes page, I'll ask you to questions for the next move: What might we look at more closely with regards to rhetorical velocity, kairos, and Twitter? Questions, practices.
- For Tuesday, I'll compile some of the questions and we'll start the project.
Deletions:
- make observations on each of the points on the ExploringTwitterForRecomposing. Draw some notes together to present informally.
- Generate questions for the next move: What might we look at more closely with regards to rhetorical velocity, kairos, and Twitter?


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=== Thu 14 Nov ===
- presenting overview on Thursday
- make observations on each of the points on the ExploringTwitterForRecomposing. Draw some notes together to present informally.
- Generate questions for the next move: What might we look at more closely with regards to rhetorical velocity, kairos, and Twitter?


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- time in class to get the observations in order for overview on Thursday:
- In your notes, make observations on each of the points on the ExploringTwitterForRecomposing. Check what you have looked at and what you haven't and, if necessary, go looking.
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- time in class to get the observations in order for overview on Thu


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Lesson: Know your rhetorical velocity.
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Lesson: Know your rhetorical velocity.


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Marketeer enthuses, '"We liked Paul and Babe because everybody seems to recognize them," Kroening said. "They were easy to work with," he added with a smile.' One [[http://www.twincities.com/politics/ci_23889026/minnesotas-health-exchange-ads-paul-bunyon-and-babe | downstate paper]]updates the icon's name to //Bunyon// in the url. Bemidji Mayor forgets that Bunyan and pal were invented as a marketing device in the first place, and so becomes [[http://blogs.citypages.com/blotter/2013/08/bemidji_mayor_is_offended_about_how_states_new_mnsure_ads_portray_paul_bunyan.php | target of facile downstate sarcasm]]. Local Senator Rudd [[http://brainerddispatch.com/news/2013-08-22/ruud-wants-paul-bunyan-removed-mnsure-ads | takes issue]] with marketers's re-mix: "This portrayal does not reflect kindly on our communities who respect this treasured symbol as part of our great tradition and heritage." And [[http://youngnotions.com/mnsure-making-paul-bunyan-look-bad/ | blogger faces off with entire town]]: "These ads don’t make him look dumb, Bemidji. Do you know what makes somebody look dumb? Fighting for the dignity of a fictional character that you can’t even claim ownership on. Also, claiming that your town is the hometown of a fictional character when a dozen other towns are doing the same thing. Seriously, Bemidji. Lay off. This is the kind of shit that gets you on those dumb small town segments on the Daily Show."
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Marketeer enthuses, '"We liked Paul and Babe because everybody seems to recognize them," Kroening said. "They were easy to work with," he added with a smile.' One [[http://www.twincities.com/politics/ci_23889026/minnesotas-health-exchange-ads-paul-bunyon-and-babe | downstate paper]]updates the icon's name to //Bunyon// in the url. Bemidji Mayor forgets that Bunyan and pal were invented as a marketing device in the first place, and so becomes [[http://blogs.citypages.com/blotter/2013/08/bemidji_mayor_is_offended_about_how_states_new_mnsure_ads_portray_paul_bunyan.php | target of facile downstate sarcasm]]. Local Senator Rudd [[http://brainerddispatch.com/news/2013-08-22/ruud-wants-paul-bunyan-removed-mnsure-ads | takes issue]] with marketers's re-mix: "This portrayal does not reflect kindly on our communities who respect this treasured symbol as part of our great tradition and heritage."


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Additions:
Marketeer enthuses, '"We liked Paul and Babe because everybody seems to recognize them," Kroening said. "They were easy to work with," he added with a smile.' One [[http://www.twincities.com/politics/ci_23889026/minnesotas-health-exchange-ads-paul-bunyon-and-babe | downstate paper]]updates the icon's name to //Bunyon// in the url. Bemidji Mayor forgets that Bunyan and pal were invented as a marketing device in the first place, and so becomes [[http://blogs.citypages.com/blotter/2013/08/bemidji_mayor_is_offended_about_how_states_new_mnsure_ads_portray_paul_bunyan.php | target of facile downstate sarcasm]]. Local Senator Rudd [[http://brainerddispatch.com/news/2013-08-22/ruud-wants-paul-bunyan-removed-mnsure-ads | takes issue]] with marketers's re-mix: "This portrayal does not reflect kindly on our communities who respect this treasured symbol as part of our great tradition and heritage."
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Marketeer enthuses, '"We liked Paul and Babe because everybody seems to recognize them," Kroening said. "They were easy to work with," he added with a smile.' One [[http://www.twincities.com/politics/ci_23889026/minnesotas-health-exchange-ads-paul-bunyon-and-babe | downstate paper]]updates the icon's name to //Bunyon// in the url. Bemidji Mayor forgets that Bunyan and pal were invented as a marketing device in the first place, and so becomes [[http://blogs.citypages.com/blotter/2013/08/bemidji_mayor_is_offended_about_how_states_new_mnsure_ads_portray_paul_bunyan.php | target of facile downstate sarcasm]]. Local Senator [[http://brainerddispatch.com/news/2013-08-22/ruud-wants-paul-bunyan-removed-mnsure-ads | takes issue]] with marketers's representation: "This portrayal does not reflect kindly on our communities who respect this treasured symbol as part of our great tradition and heritage."


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Additions:
Marketeer enthuses, '"We liked Paul and Babe because everybody seems to recognize them," Kroening said. "They were easy to work with," he added with a smile.' One [[http://www.twincities.com/politics/ci_23889026/minnesotas-health-exchange-ads-paul-bunyon-and-babe | downstate paper]]updates the icon's name to //Bunyon// in the url. Bemidji Mayor forgets that Bunyan and pal were invented as a marketing device in the first place, and so becomes [[http://blogs.citypages.com/blotter/2013/08/bemidji_mayor_is_offended_about_how_states_new_mnsure_ads_portray_paul_bunyan.php | target of facile downstate sarcasm]]. Local Senator [[http://brainerddispatch.com/news/2013-08-22/ruud-wants-paul-bunyan-removed-mnsure-ads | takes issue]] with marketers's representation: "This portrayal does not reflect kindly on our communities who respect this treasured symbol as part of our great tradition and heritage."
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Marketeer enthuses, '"We liked Paul and Babe because everybody seems to recognize them," Kroening said. "They were easy to work with," he added with a smile.' One [[http://www.twincities.com/politics/ci_23889026/minnesotas-health-exchange-ads-paul-bunyon-and-babe | downstate paper]]updates the icon's name to //Bunyon// in the url. Bemidji Mayor forgets that Bunyan and pal were invented as a marketing device in the first place, and so becomes [[http://blogs.citypages.com/blotter/2013/08/bemidji_mayor_is_offended_about_how_states_new_mnsure_ads_portray_paul_bunyan.php | target of facile downstate sarcasm]].


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Marketeer enthuses, '"We liked Paul and Babe because everybody seems to recognize them," Kroening said. "They were easy to work with," he added with a smile.' One [[http://www.twincities.com/politics/ci_23889026/minnesotas-health-exchange-ads-paul-bunyon-and-babe | downstate paper]]updates the icon's name to //Bunyon// in the url. Bemidji Mayor forgets that Bunyan and pal were invented as a marketing device in the first place, and so becomes [[http://blogs.citypages.com/blotter/2013/08/bemidji_mayor_is_offended_about_how_states_new_mnsure_ads_portray_paul_bunyan.php | target of facile downstate sarcasm]].
Lesson: Know your rhetorical velocity.
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Marketeer enthuses, '"We liked Paul and Babe because everybody seems to recognize them," Kroening said. "They were easy to work with," he added with a smile.' One [[http://www.twincities.com/politics/ci_23889026/minnesotas-health-exchange-ads-paul-bunyon-and-babe | downstate paper]]updates the icon's name to //Bunyon// in the url. Bemidji Mayor forgets that Bunyan and pal were invented as a marketing device in the first place, and so becomes [[[[http://blogs.citypages.com/blotter/2013/08/bemidji_mayor_is_offended_about_how_states_new_mnsure_ads_portray_paul_bunyan.php | target of facile downstate sarcasm]].


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Marketeer enthuses, '"We liked Paul and Babe because everybody seems to recognize them," Kroening said. "They were easy to work with," he added with a smile.' One [[http://www.twincities.com/politics/ci_23889026/minnesotas-health-exchange-ads-paul-bunyon-and-babe | downstate paper]]updates the icon's name to //Bunyon// in the url. Bemidji Mayor forgets that Bunyan and pal were invented as a marketing device in the first place, and so becomes [[[[http://blogs.citypages.com/blotter/2013/08/bemidji_mayor_is_offended_about_how_states_new_mnsure_ads_portray_paul_bunyan.php | target of facile downstate sarcasm]].
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Marketeer enthuses, '"We liked Paul and Babe because everybody seems to recognize them," Kroening said. "They were easy to work with," he added with a smile.' [[http://www.twincities.com/politics/ci_23889026/minnesotas-health-exchange-ads-paul-bunyon-and-babe | Downstate paper]]updates the icon's name to //Bunyon// in the url.


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Marketeer enthuses, '"We liked Paul and Babe because everybody seems to recognize them," Kroening said. "They were easy to work with," he added with a smile.' [[http://www.twincities.com/politics/ci_23889026/minnesotas-health-exchange-ads-paul-bunyon-and-babe | Downstate paper]]updates the icon's name to //Bunyon// in the url.
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Marketeer enthuses, "We liked Paul and Babe because everybody seems to recognize them," Kroening said. "They were easy to work with," he added with a smile. [[http://www.twincities.com/politics/ci_23889026/minnesotas-health-exchange-ads-paul-bunyon-and-babe | Downstate paper updates name to Bunyon]]


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Marketeer enthuses, "We liked Paul and Babe because everybody seems to recognize them," Kroening said. "They were easy to work with," he added with a smile. [[http://www.twincities.com/politics/ci_23889026/minnesotas-health-exchange-ads-paul-bunyon-and-babe | Downstate paper updates name to Bunyon]]
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Marketeer enthuses, "We liked Paul and Babe because everybody seems to recognize them," Kroening said. "They were easy to work with," he added with a smile. [[http://www.twincities.com/politics/ci_23889026/minnesotas-health-exchange-ads-paul-bunyon-and-babe | Downstate paper updates name to Bunyon]]


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>>=== MNsure Marketers Appropriate Local Icon ===
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Marketeer enthuses, "We liked Paul and Babe because everybody seems to recognize them," Kroening said. "They were easy to work with," he added with a smile. [[http://www.twincities.com/politics/ci_23889026/minnesotas-health-exchange-ads-paul-bunyon-and-babe | Downstate paper updates name to Bunyon]]
Deletions:
>>=== Blue Cock on the 4th Plinth and Nelson's Column ===
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- reconnoiter


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=== Tue 12 Nov ===
- reconnoiter
- time in class to get the observations in order for overview on Thu


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- in class discussion on IntroExerciseInRhetoricalVelocity, and a search and explore exercise for Tuesday.
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==== Thu 31 Oct ====
- StyleOnTumblrProject, concluding
- On connections between image and text: Visual deixis and visual anaphora
- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=StyleOnTumblrProject#hn_Image_and_Text | Image and Text]]
For Tue 5 Nov, [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=StyleOnTumblrProject#hn_Part_2 | Style, Part 2]] EOF
- in class discussion on RhetoricalVelocity, and a search and explore exercise for Tuesday. To wit:


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This is an on-going exercise: Work on it every day, a few times a day, as you encounter moments when you have free time or when something is notable.
1. Take every opportunity to re-compose and re-circulate messages on Twitter in various ways. Put Twitter through it's re-circulating/re-composing paces.
2. At the same time, gather notes and observations - neutral! stand outside! - concerning
- ways and means that twitter uses to makes recomposition possible: affordances, and the limits.
- how users re-compose: that is, what messages are recompositions (using criteria from Sheridan), and what are some of the ways that users perform the re-composition? You're watching, that is, for kairotic moments when implied audience becomes implied rhetor, and their techniques.
- ways that other applications and sites you encounter encourage or discourage re-composition, and how they channel it.
Choose a way of capturing your observations
- create a new page on the wiki, titled RhetoricalVelocityInTwitterNotes - initials.
or
- Create a Storify account <http://storify.com> and use it to collect and annotate. If you use storify, publish your collection and tweet the url, including #erhet so we can look in.
I'm publishing on Storify as weblogsandwikis: <http://storify.com/weblogsandwikis/a-weekend-of-recomposition>


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- re-thinking audience, kairos
- in class discussion on RhetoricalVelocity, and a search and explore exercise for Tuesday. To wit:
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- re-think audience, kairos
- in class discussion on rhetorical velocity, and a search and explore exercise for Tuesday. To whi


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1. Take every opportunity to re-compose and re-circulate messages on Twitter in various ways. Put Twitter through it's re-circulating/re-composing paces.
2. At the same time, gather notes and observations - neutral! stand outside! - concerning
- ways and means that twitter uses to makes recomposition possible: affordances, and the limits.
- ways that other applications and sites you encounter encourage or discourage re-composition, and how they channel it.
Deletions:
Take every opportunity to re-compose and re-circulate messages in various ways.
Gather some notes and observations - neutral! - concerning
- ways and means that twitter uses to makes recomposition possible: affordances. and the limits.
- ways that other applications and site you encounter encourage or discourage re-composition, and how they channel it.


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- in class discussion on rhetorical velocity, and a search and explore exercise for Tuesday. To whi
=== For Thurs - Tues - Observing: Daily ===
This is an on-going exercise: Work on it every day, a few times a day, as you encounter moments when you have free time or when something is notable.
Take every opportunity to re-compose and re-circulate messages in various ways.
Gather some notes and observations - neutral! - concerning
- ways and means that twitter uses to makes recomposition possible: affordances. and the limits.
- how users re-compose: that is, what messages are recompositions (using criteria from Sheridan), and what are some of the ways that users perform the re-composition? You're watching, that is, for kairotic moments when implied audience becomes implied rhetor, and their techniques.
- ways that other applications and site you encounter encourage or discourage re-composition, and how they channel it.
Choose a way of capturing your observations
- create a new page on the wiki, titled RhetoricalVelocityInTwitterNotes - initials.
or
- Create a Storify account <http://storify.com> and use it to collect and annotate. If you use storify, publish your collection and tweet the url, including #erhet so we can look in.
I'm publishing on Storify as weblogsandwikis: <http://storify.com/weblogsandwikis/a-weekend-of-recomposition>
Deletions:
- in class search for means of gaining velocity on Twitter


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Additions:
For Tue 5 Nov, [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=StyleOnTumblrProject#hn_Part_2 | Style, Part 2]] EOF
Deletions:
For Tue 5 Nov, [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=StyleOnTumblrProject#hn_Part_2 | Style, Part 2]]


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>>=== Blue Cock on the 4th Plinth and Nelson's Column ===
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>>=== Blue Cock on the 4th Plinth, and Nelson's Column ===


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>>=== Blue Cock on the 4th Plinth, and Nelson's Column ===
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Deletions:
>>=== Relationship between text and image ===
Visual Anaphora
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Visual Deixis
{{image url="http://www.loganberrybooks.com/most-dj-sally.jpg" width="376px"}}


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- In class - An IntroExerciseInRhetoricalVelocity


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- Next - RhetoricalVelocity
- re-think audience, kairos
for Thu
- read, markup chap 4 from Sheridan, Ridolfo, and Michel (handout).
- If you don't have a Twitter account, set one up. Find and follow some others.
==== Thu 7 Nov ====
- in class search for means of gaining velocity on Twitter
Deletions:
- Starting Rhetorical Velocity


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Additions:
- StyleOnTumblrProject, concluding
For Tue 5 Nov, [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=StyleOnTumblrProject#hn_Part_2 | Style, Part 2]]
Deletions:
==== Thu 17 Oct ====
- workday
- Refer to [[http://rhetoric.byu.edu Silva Rhetorica]] for more details on figures, if needed
Due Tue 22 Oct
- pretty complete catalogue of figures on first five posts you selected.
- Some preliminary observations
- Staring second five on Tuesday.
==== Tue 22 Oct ====
- Continue StyleOnTumblrProject
- pretty complete catalogue of figures on first five posts you selected.
- Some preliminary observations and directions to explore in a second set of posts
- Staring second five on Tuesday.
==== Thu 24 Oct ====
- Workday. Prof Morgan will be out of town
==== Tue 29 Oct ====
- Presentations on what we've found overall concerning style: How does the rhetor tend to use stylistic affordances in her posts?
- Catalogue
- Sentence construction
- Register
- Figures and schemes
- Patterns
- Move to connection between images and text
- For Tue 5 Nov, [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=StyleOnTumblrProject#hn_Part_2 | Style, Part 2]]


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- On connections between image and text: Visual deixis and visual anaphora
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- On connections between image and text


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Visual Anaphora
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Visual Deixis
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Deictic image


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- For Tue 5 Nov, [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=StyleOnTumblrProject#hn_Part_2 | Style, Part 2]]
- Starting Rhetorical Velocity
Deletions:
- For Tue 4 Nov, [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=StyleOnTumblrProject#hn_Part_2 | Style, Part 2]]
- Wrap up Style.


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- [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=StyleOnTumblrProject#hn_Image_and_Text | Image and Text]]
- For Tue 4 Nov, [[http://erhetoric.org/Erhetoric/wikka.php?wakka=StyleOnTumblrProject#hn_Part_2 | Style, Part 2]]
Deletions:
- For Tues tba


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- Presentations on what we've found overall concerning style: How does the rhetor tend to use stylistic affordances in her posts?
- Catalogue
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- Presentations on what we've found overall concerning style
- How does the rhetor tend to use stylistic affordances in her posts?
- Cataloguinf


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- How does the rhetor tend to use stylistic affordances in her posts?
- Cataloguinf
- Sentence construction
- Register
- Figures and schemes
- Patterns


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>>=== Relationship between text and image ===
{{image url="http://carlahoag.files.wordpress.com/2012/09/dick-and-jane-ii-3-copy.jpg" width="376px"}}
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>>=== One Mind at a Time ===
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==== Thu 31 Oct ====
- On connections between image and text
- For Tues tba
==== Tue 5 Nov ====
- Wrap up Style.
Deletions:
OnMetonymy


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- Presentations on what we've found overall concerning style
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- Group presentation on what we've found overall concerning style


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>>=== One Mind at a Time ===
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>>=== Condiment Persuasion at Market Cafe ===


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Additions:
- OnMetonymy
- Continue StyleOnTumblrProject
Deletions:
==== Thu 10 Oct ====
- Catalogue of stylistic choices in the Moleskine text
- How the text persuades by style
At this point, we bring back in
- the rhetorical situation, especially
- the occasion
- the subject
- the implied audience - implied rhetor relation
to consider how this style - these stylistic moves - work to do what in this particular situation.
==== for Friday, midnight ====
To finish up: move to interpretation: write a couple of paragraphs in which you use your annotating and cataloging to consider
- How the style of the Moleskine text operates within the rhetorical situation.
- What that way of operating, what this particular confrontation of situation, subject, and style, might tell us about rhetoric at large.
==== Tue 15 Oct ====
- By Thurs, description complete. First 5 posts selected. Starting to catalogue in class.
Style on a tumblr fashion site: http://bombardment.tumblr.com/


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- Some preliminary observations
==== Tue 22 Oct ====
- Some preliminary observations and directions to explore in a second set of posts
==== Thu 24 Oct ====
- Workday. Prof Morgan will be out of town
==== Tue 29 Oct ====
- Group presentation on what we've found overall concerning style
- Move to connection between images and text


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Additions:
- Refer to [[http://rhetoric.byu.edu Silva Rhetorica]] for more details on figures, if needed
Due Tue 22 Oct
- pretty complete catalogue of figures on first five posts you selected.
- Staring second five on Tuesday.
Deletions:
[[http://rhetoric.byu.edu Silva Rhetorica]] for figures.


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[[http://rhetoric.byu.edu Silva Rhetorica]] for figures.


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OnMetonymy


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== A definition of rhetoric==
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=== A definition of rhetoric===


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>>=== Condiment Persuasion at Market Cafe ===
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>>=== Moleskine ===
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==== Tue 15 Oct ====
- By Thurs, description complete. First 5 posts selected. Starting to catalogue in class.
==== Thu 17 Oct ====
- workday
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==== next ====


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- NotesOnLongakerOnStyle
- AlternativeProgressionOnAWebsite


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Additions:
==== Thu 10 Oct ====
- Catalogue of stylistic choices in the Moleskine text
- How the text persuades by style
At this point, we bring back in
- the rhetorical situation, especially
- the occasion
- the subject
- the implied audience - implied rhetor relation
to consider how this style - these stylistic moves - work to do what in this particular situation.
==== for Friday, midnight ====
To finish up: move to interpretation: write a couple of paragraphs in which you use your annotating and cataloging to consider
- How the style of the Moleskine text operates within the rhetorical situation.
- What that way of operating, what this particular confrontation of situation, subject, and style, might tell us about rhetoric at large.


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Style on a tumblr fashion site: http://bombardment.tumblr.com/
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- Style on a tumblr fashion site: http://bombardment.tumblr.com/


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==== Thu 3 Oct ====
- Exercise: AlternativeProgressionOnAWebsite. Due Thursday
- Style
- MoleskineText
- New Page StyleInMoleskineText - your initials, for notes, description, and analysis
==== Tue 8 Oct ====
- Read chap 5, pp 136 - 156 for Tuesday: read it to get a sense of what an analysis of style considers, what it looks at, and how it names things.
- Refer to NotesOnLongakerOnStyle. Refer to the Longaker text for terms of description.
- Today is practice - getting used to and familiar with how to DO analysis of style. Start by cataloging at the word- and sentence-level - breaking open the text and marking it up with notes.
- diction - register
- sentence construction: parataxis / hypotaxis - running / periodic: see NotesOnLongakerOnStyle
- ID figures
- ID schemes
- We are not yet connecting stylistic choices with persuasiveness, so hold off on drawing evaluative conclusions.
- Finish cataloguing the text by class time on Thursday. We'll compare notes and discuss use of The Virtues at that time.
==== Thu 10 Oct ====
- Catalogue of stylistic choices in the Moleskine text
- How the text persuades by style
At this point, we bring back in
- the rhetorical situation, especially
- the occasion
- the subject
- the implied audience - implied rhetor relation
to consider how this style - these stylistic moves - work to do what in this particular situation.
==== for Friday, midnight ====
To finish up: move to interpretation: write a couple of paragraphs in which you use your annotating and cataloging to consider
- How the style of the Moleskine text operates within the rhetorical situation.
- What that way of operating, what this particular confrontation of situation, subject, and style, might tell us about rhetoric at large.


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Additions:
At this point, we bring back in
- the rhetorical situation, especially
- the occasion
- the subject
- the implied audience - implied rhetor relation
to consider how this style - these stylistic moves - work to do what in this particular situation.
To finish up: move to interpretation: write a couple of paragraphs in which you use your annotating and cataloging to consider
- How the style of the Moleskine text operates within the rhetorical situation.
- What that way of operating, what this particular confrontation of situation, subject, and style, might tell us about rhetoric at large.


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- How the text persuades by style
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- How it persuades by style


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==== Thu 10 Oct ====
- Catalogue of stylistic choices in the Moleskine text
- How it persuades by style
==== next ====
- Style on a tumblr fashion site: http://bombardment.tumblr.com/


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- sentence construction: parataxis / hypotaxis - running / periodic: see NotesOnLongakerOnStyle
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- sentence construction: parataxis / hypotaxis - running / periodic


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Additions:
- diction - register
- sentence construction: parataxis / hypotaxis - running / periodic
- ID figures
- ID schemes
- Finish cataloguing the text by class time on Thursday. We'll compare notes and discuss use of The Virtues at that time.
This site is running on version ##{{wikkaversion}}## (see WikkaReleaseNotes). Visit the [[Wikka:HomePage WikkaWiki.]] `
Deletions:
- diction-register
- sentence construction
- ID figures
- ID schemes
- Finish cataloguing the text by class time on Thursday. We'll discuss use of The Virtues at that time.
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- diction-register
- sentence construction
- ID figures
- ID schemes


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- Refer to NotesOnLongakerOnStyle. Refer to the Longaker text for terms of description.
- Today is practice - getting used to and familiar with how to DO analysis of style. Start by cataloging at the word- and sentence-level - breaking open the text and marking it up with notes.
- We are not yet connecting stylistic choices with persuasiveness, so hold off on drawing evaluative conclusions.
- Finish cataloguing the text by class time on Thursday. We'll discuss use of The Virtues at that time.
Deletions:
- Refer to NotesOnLongakerOnStyle, and refer to the Longaker text for terms of description.
- Today is practice - getting used to and familiar with how to DO analysis of style. Start by cataloging at the word- and sentence-level.
- You'll work in class all session on Tues and Thurs
=== on deck for description ===
- http://jilltxt.net/?p=3243
- http://www.bemidjistate.edu
- [[http://www.bemidjistate.edu/academics/departments/ceesses/environmental_earth_space/ | Landing page]]
=== entry points ===
- compare http://www.mit.edu with http://www.bemidjistate.edu


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- Refer to NotesOnLongakerOnStyle, and refer to the Longaker text for terms of description.
- Today is practice - getting used to and familiar with how to DO analysis of style. Start by cataloging at the word- and sentence-level.


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- Style
- New Page StyleInMoleskineText - your initials, for notes, description, and analysis
Deletions:
- We'll start looking at style on Thursday.


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for Tues 24 Sep
- ProgressionInAWebSiteExercise
- Refer to SomeTechniquesForObserving to focus your attention on rhetorical elements when you draw up the description of the site.
=== Tues 24 Sep ===
Update 3:45 pm Mon 22 Sep
I received an email from Little House Living, and took down the link to the site temporarily. In a second email, the owner, Merissa, gave us permission to continue. Go ahead with your descriptions and analysis for Tuesday.
- comparing notes on ProgressionInAWebSiteExercise
- cataloguing analytical observations
- Morgan's notes - ProgressionHandlist
=== Thurs 26 Sep ===
- ProgressionInAWebSiteExercise, part 2
- A few variations within the genre
- http://rurallivingtoday.com
- http://mysimplecountryliving.blogspot.com
- http://www.countrylivingonahill.com
- http://learningthroughfood.blogspot.com
for Tues 1 Oct
- Start a new page: ProgressionInAWebsiteTwo.
- Use the guidance on ProgressionInAWebSiteExercise to analyze a second blog: <http://learningthroughfood.blogspot.com>. This is a foodie blog - not quite the same genre as rural living blogs but a good variation. Start with an overall description. I'll give you as start in in class - and description should be going more quickly now. Then turn your eye to analyzing the means of progression you see. Your analysis can be a set of notes, interspersed with paragraphs of summary. Not an essay, but a progressive record of what you're finding by way of progression.
- You can confine your overview of the blog to posts from 2013.
- You can - must! - take note of the differences and similarities in progression between what you find on this site and what you found on littlehouseliving.com. Make note of the differences, the variations, the similarities.
- Analysis uses the concepts of the theory you're applying to the artifact. Use Longaker's in considering what you find, as mentioned in ProgressionInAWebSiteExercise.
- Analyze the text and images of at least two posts to get a sense of how progression is used in the posts themselves.
- Patterns: Watch for patterns as listed on ProgressionInAWebSiteExercise. One occurrence of a move isn't much to go on. When you detect patterns, you have something more solid.
==== Tues 1 Oct ====
- Presenting what you found at http://learningthroughfood.blogspot.com


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==== Tue 8 Oct ====
- Read chap 5, pp 136 - 156 for Tuesday: read it to get a sense of what an analysis of style considers, what it looks at, and how it names things.
- You'll work in class all session on Tues and Thurs


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- Exercise: AlternativeProgressionOnAWebsite. Due Thursday
- We'll start looking at style on Thursday.
Deletions:
- Start exercise: AlternativeProgressionOnAWebsite. The exercise will be due Sunday. But get started on the exercise to see if you have any questions we need to address in class.


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Additions:
- Start exercise: AlternativeProgressionOnAWebsite. The exercise will be due Sunday. But get started on the exercise to see if you have any questions we need to address in class.
Deletions:
- Start AlternativeProgressionOnAWebsite. Final will be due Sunday. But get started on the exercise to see if you have any questions we need to address in class.


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- Start AlternativeProgressionOnAWebsite. Final will be due Sunday. But get started on the exercise to see if you have any questions we need to address in class.
Deletions:
- Start AlternativeProgressionOnAWebsite. Final due Friday, midnight. But get started on it to see if you have any questions.


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- Start AlternativeProgressionOnAWebsite. Final due Friday, midnight. But get started on it to see if you have any questions.
Deletions:
- Start AlternativeProgressionsOnAWebsite. Final due Friday, midnight. But get started on it to see if you have any questions.


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- Start AlternativeProgressionsOnAWebsite. Final due Friday, midnight. But get started on it to see if you have any questions.
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- tba


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==== Thu 3 Oct ====
- tba


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Additions:
- You can - must! - take note of the differences and similarities in progression between what you find on this site and what you found on littlehouseliving.com. Make note of the differences, the variations, the similarities.
Deletions:
- You can - must! - compare what you find here with the other site we looked at. Make note of them.


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Additions:
- Use the guidance on ProgressionInAWebSiteExercise to analyze a second blog: <http://learningthroughfood.blogspot.com>. This is a foodie blog - not quite the same genre as rural living blogs but a good variation. Start with an overall description. I'll give you as start in in class - and description should be going more quickly now. Then turn your eye to analyzing the means of progression you see. Your analysis can be a set of notes, interspersed with paragraphs of summary. Not an essay, but a progressive record of what you're finding by way of progression.
- You can confine your overview of the blog to posts from 2013.
Deletions:
- Use the guidance on ProgressionInAWebSiteExercise to analyze a second blog: <http://learningthroughfood.blogspot.com>. This is a foodie blog. Start with an overall description (these should be going more quickly now). Then turn your eye to analyzing the means of progression you see. Your analysis can be a set of notes, interspersed with paragraphs of summary. Not an essay, but a progressive record of what you're finding by way of progression.


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Additions:
for Tues 1 Oct
- Start a new page: ProgressionInAWebsiteTwo.
- Use the guidance on ProgressionInAWebSiteExercise to analyze a second blog: <http://learningthroughfood.blogspot.com>. This is a foodie blog. Start with an overall description (these should be going more quickly now). Then turn your eye to analyzing the means of progression you see. Your analysis can be a set of notes, interspersed with paragraphs of summary. Not an essay, but a progressive record of what you're