The book provides and explains examples of those strategies and illustrates how they have been effectively used in other disciplines. Volume 75, Number 2, November 2012. As a result, teachers are depending on ideas as outmoded as they are unreflectively accepted. They suggest that the modern tradition offers a richer basis for instruction, and they show what teaching from that perspective looks like and how it differs from traditional teaching. Halbritter makes a compelling argument for why we should become engaged in the symbolic action of multimedia composing. The low bridge to high benefits: Entry-level multimedia, literacies, and motivation.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Department of English, Writing Program 2002-2004. Instructor winter and spring 2005. Multimedia Writing and Video Composing. Miller For Laura Micciche, emotion is neither the enemy of reason nor an irrational response to actions and ideas. English: Generalist; Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Roundtable with Julie Lindquist, Joyce Meier, Ronisha Browdy, and Chen Chen July 2016. As a theological rhetoric, it will also encourage excellence in theological writing in the public domain by helping to equip students for their wider vocations as writers, preachers, and communicators in a variety of ministerial and professional contexts. With Julie Lindquist, Matt Gomes, Maria Novotny, Minh-Tam Nguyen, Erik Skogsberg, and Jon Wargo March 2015. College of Arts and Letters. Conference on College Composition and Communication. To accomplish their writing tasks, students are taught to ground their rhetorical decisions in the specific context in which they are writing.
Retrieved February 2, 2015, from Stedman, Kyle D. Bookstores: Order by fax, mail, or phone. Preaching That Connects is for all who seek to hone their craft to communicate the truth of the gospel effectively. Watson Conference on Rhetoric and Composition. In considering the uses and limits of exciting new findings from the neurobiology, this volume both theorizes and offers pedagogical strategies for teaching writing in a digital age characterized by the erosion of wonder and pervasive disaffection.
Editor Byron Hawk University of South Carolina Books in the Series Click on the image to read more or purchase Mics, Cameras, Symbolic Action: An Audio Visual Rhetoric for Writing Teachers by Bump Halbritter won the Best Book Award from Computers and Composition at Computers and Writing 2014. Miller For Laura Micciche, emotion is neither the enemy of reason nor an irrational response to actions and ideas. Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy. · , Introduction to the English Language spring 2011, spring 2012. Mics, Cameras, Symbolic Action draws upon Erika Lindemann and her pioneering work in A Rhetoric for Writing Teachers, as well as the educational theory of John Dewey, the multiliteracy theory of Stuart Selber, and the design philosophy of Robin Williams.
Here is the first book to focus on college writing teachers and the ways in which they are affected by graduate rhetoric pedagogy courses. Micciche explores the implications of this claim in the context of writing classrooms, administrative structures, and the formation of disciplinary identity. Member, Digital Humanities Specialization Committee. Sections on writing workshops, collaborative learning, and instructional technology reflect current views of writing as a social interaction. Halbritter makes a compelling argument for why we should become engaged in the symbolic action of multimedia composing. College of Arts and Letters.
Emotion is something we do, rather than something we have. Halbritter, Bump, and Todd Taylor. It also describes numerous approaches to writing that engagestudents in disciplinary learning, collaborative discovery, andeffective communication. · , Advanced Multimedia Writing spring 2013, spring 2014 · , Preparation for College Writing fall 2013, spring 2014 Lecturer, Stanford University. Watson Conference in Rhetoric and Composition. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Department of English, Writing Program 2002-2003.
Employing theoretical frameworks and approaches to teaching print reading and writing and practical applications for instruction in braille literacy, this innovative book can be used both in university training programs and by practicing educators working with braille learners. Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, May 2009. This thought-provoking volume stresses that while a rhetorical education results in the growth of writing skills, its larger goal is to foster critical thinking. Rather than repressing and denying emotionality, Micciche demands that we acknowledge its constitutive role in our professional and pedagogical lives as well as in our evolving understandings of textual and extralinguistic meanings. Yet its focus is clear: memory is a generator of knowledge and a creative force which deserves attention at the beginning of and throughout the writing process.