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Schedule

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Date

Class Agenda
Assignment In Class

9/3 

Syllabus and Introductions 

 

Discussion: Burke's Parlor; What is an anthology?

9/8

 

Analyzing Anthologies Read: "Analyzing Anthologies" (Di Leo)

Discussion: What is an anthology?; What is anthologics?; Proquest Research Library

9/10

Detroit from Different Angles 

Detroit research Research presentations
9/15

Critical Reading and Spans of an Argument 

Read: Charney (1-30); Shaiken Discussion: Readings
9/17

Critical Reading  

Read: Charney (395-403); Sugrue; sample S-A paper

Discussion: Readings, Sample S-A paper
9/22

Stases: Standpoints Along the Path 

Read: Charney (31-65); Zenk et. al.

 

 

Discussion: Readings, S-A papers

9/24

 

A Repertoire of Writing Processes 

Read: Charney (404-415)

Discussion: Writing Processes

9/29

 

Video Mashup Research

 

SA #1 Due (Shaiken, Sugrue, or Zenk)

Discussion: Video footage; ProQuest

10/1

Junctions: Responding to Alternative Paths 

Read: Charney (87-108); TBA Discussion: Readings

10/6

Entry Points and Surveying the Terrain 

Read: Charney (197-237); TBA

Discussion: Readings

10/8

 

Video Mashup Research; Using Academic OneFile 

SA #2 Due (ProQuest Research Library)

Discussion: Video footage; Academic OneFile

10/13

 

Exploring by Responding

Read: Charney (238-256); TBA 

Discussion: Readings

10/15

 

Exploring and Constructing a Problem

 

 

Read: Charney (257-275); Use the strategies covered in this chapter to "explore and construct" problem that your anthology project will address. Be prepared to share these ideas in class. 

Discussion: Exploring and Constructing problems

10/20

 

Video Mashup Research

SA #3 Due (Academic OneFile)

Discussion: Video footage; Google Scholar

10/22

 

Researching Book Publishers and gauging the rhetorical situation Read: Charney: (416-422); Research possible book publishers (be prepared to share your findings in class) Discussion: Researching Book Publishers

10/27

 

Collaborative Evaluation and Revision 

Read: Charney (423-429); Bring a draft of S-A #4 to class

Peer review workshop

10/29 

Constructing the Detroit Anthologics database

S-A #4 Due (Google Scholar)

 

Building our database

11/3 

 

Mapping a Conversation

Read: Charney (290-310)

 

 

Discussion: Anthological maps

11/5 

 

Peer Review: Book Proposals

Book Proposal Draft Due

 

 

Workshop papers

11/10 

 

Planning your Preface

Book Proposal Due, Discuss Preface assignment

 

 

Discussion: Preface assignment, the state of the debate

11/12 

 

The State of the Debate

Read: Charney (337-356) [there will be a quiz]

 

 

Discussion: State of the Debate arguments, Working with Prezi

11/17

 

YouTube/Prezi workshop

 

 

 

Discussion: Preface assignment; YouTube assignment

11/19

 

Workshoping Preface

Preface Draft Due 

 

 

Peer Review Workshop

11/24

 

YouTube Assignment

Preface-First Submission Due

Analyzing and Synthesizing Video

 

Discuss final YouTube assignment

11/26

 

No Class - Thanksgiving    

12/1 

 

Comparative Rhetorical Analysis, The New Media Reader Complete one-page comparative analysis, bring to class and be ready to discuss Discussion: Comparative analysis, Preface assignment

12/3 

 

Workshoping Preface

Bring two drafts of Preface to class

Peer review workshop

12/8 

YouTube Presentations YouTube Project Due, Student Presentations YouTube Presentations

12/10  

 

Student Presentations

 

YouTube Presentations

12/11 

 

Preface-Second Submission Due

 

 

 * The To Be Announced ("TBA") readings will be taken from our collaborative research.  The schedule will be updated with actual readings after that research is conducted.

 

**Schedule Subject to Change**

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