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2022-2023 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ENGL 601 - Rhetorical Theories and Practices I

3 Credits

503 Prerequisite(s): None This course will trace the historical influence of the rhetorical tradition on today’s discourse as it is used in various contexts and communities. Students will study the language of rhetorical analysis and apply its principles to various texts, including essays, letters, and speeches. Students will experience the principles of rhetorical theory first-hand through a series of assignments (described on the syllabus). With its emphasis on argument and the relationship between writer, text, and audience, the course could be useful for practicing classroom teachers as well as those intending to enter the classroom.