Rws 100 Table of Contents

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RWS 100 Table of Contents


Reading and Writing Arguments

Rhetoric, Writing, and Argument

Key Rhetorical Terms and Concepts

PACES: Project • Argument • Claims • Evidence • Strategies

Questions to Ask the Text BEFORE You Read

Mortimer Adler, “How to Mark a Book”

Charting a Text
Rhetorical Précis: description and examples

I know what it says, but what does it do?

Some Questions to Ask Any Text
Evaluating Evidence
Short Texts

Vince Parry, “The Art of Branding a Condition”

Jeremy Rifkin, “A Change of Heart About Animals”

Nicholas Kristof, “War and Wisdom”

Nicholas Kristof, “Do We Have the Courage to Stop This?”

Brooks, “Poetry for Everyday Life”

Long Texts
Thompson, “Public Thinking”
Carey, “Why Do You Think They’re Called “For-Profit Colleges?”
Carr, “Is Google Making Us Stupid?”

Analyzing Arguments

Aristotelian Appeals: Logos, Ethos, Pathos

Introduction to Rhetorical Strategies

Sample Rhetorical Strategy Papers

The Rhetorical Strategy of Metadiscourse

Describing relationships between texts

Classmate Contact Info
Agreement on Plagiarism/Use of Student Work

The material in this reader was prepared by Erin Flewelling, Chris Werry, Rose Burt, Alicia Upano, Melissa Watson and Jamie Madden, and draws from/remixes/takes inspiration from work done by many members of the RWS department.

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