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Michelle Clark
I often pair LearningCurve topics—one rhetorical and one grammatical topic--per major assignment. While my students were working on a literacy narrative this semester, for example, they were also working on topic sentences and shifts in LC. For a recent annotated bibliography assignment, it was helpful to pair the LearningCurve activity on
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Sonya Tiratsuyan
Featured Resources:In Conversation Walk Through with Mike PalmquistUsing the Conversation Metaphor with Mike Palmquist  Activities Rubrics Assignments Syllabi Modules Topics Miscellaneous Try these activities to introduce The Bedford Handbook, 10e Rubric 6: Research Paper Assignment Assignment 7: Rhetorical Analysis Syllabus 5:
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Jack Solomon
As Sonia Maasik and I work to complete the tenth edition of Signs of Life in the U.S.A., I have been paying special attention to American popular music, which will be a topic for a new chapter that we're adding to the book. While our approach will be semiotic rather than esthetic, part of my research has involved listening to music as well as
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Andrea A. Lunsford
  During a visit to the Bread Loaf School of English in August, a place I have taught on and off for nearly thirty years and one whose natural beauty (in Vermont’s lush Green Mountains) always renews my spirit, I got to attend a workshop put on by Bread Loaf students. Titled “An Anti-Racist Teach In,” the workshop lasted
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