This in-class writing activity allows students to practice radical revision and multimodal composition through a series of timed prompts. Each 5-minute prompt asks students to revise their essay into a radically different form, such as an illustration, a Tweet, or a poem. The lesson wraps up with sharing sessions and a debriefing conversation about concepts of revision, genre, and multimodality.
Thursday, November 9th, 5:00 p.m., Kemp Malone, Callaway N, 3rd Floor Special Guest David Blakesley from Clemson University. 2016 Rhetoric Society of America Fellow Award and, in the same year, winner of the George E. Yoos Distinguished Service Award. Blakesley … Read More »
“Writing is everywhere and everywhere necessary.” ~David R. Russell (6) According to David Russell, “the WAC movement is an effort to improve education by encouraging students to write in many fields for content areas.” As a true grassroots movement, it … Read More »