Rhetorical Analysis

Spring 2017 Composition Faculty Workshops
How do you integrate that? As an essay? As homework? As a presentation?

Sample Activities:
Greene: Argument as Conversation
Rhetorical Analysis Film
Swales: Create a Research Space

Grant-Davie, K. (1997). Rhetorical situations and their constituents. Rhetoric Review 15 (2), 264-79.

Greene, S. (2001). Argument as conversation: The role of inquiry in writing a researched argument. In W. Bishop & P. Zemliansky (Eds.), The Subject is Research (pp. 145-164). Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook.

Haas, C., & Flower, L. (1988). Rhetorical reading strategies and the construction of meaning. College Composition and Communication 39 (2), 167-83.

Swales, J.M. (1990). Create a Research Space (CARS) model of research introduction. Genre Analysis: English in Academic and Research Settings. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.