Instructor: Teresa Hamilton Email: email@example.com Classroom: 008 Life Sciences Office Hours: Wednesday 6-9 and by appointment
Instructor: Kate Rosenberg Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Classroom: 006 Life Sciences Office Hours: Wednesdays 6-9 and by appointment
ENGL/CAS 137H-138T, Rhetoric and Civic Life (RCL), is a year-long honors course offering comprehensive training in oral, written, visual, and digital communication for the twenty-first century. It unites these various modes under the flexible art of rhetoric and uses rhetoric both to strengthen communication skills and to sharpen awareness of the challenges and advantages presented by oral, written, visual, and digital modes.
RCL I focuses particularly on two critical academic capacities: analyzing and contextualizing. In this semester, students learn to rigorously examine the rhetoric surrounding them, compellingly present their findings in various modes, and thoughtfully contextualize their research.
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