Incorporating technology to improve learning.
Nicole Gonzales Howell
End of Fall 2016
Quick recap: As a core class, Rhetoric 110N focuses on building critical reading skills, developing sophisticated revision strategies, formulating affective claims and arguments, and developing a mature and credible writing style. In my course I work with students through an inquiry into how language and literacy affect our identity and how we might look critically at our own literacy practices. In general, students will produce a formal academic summary, annotated bibliography, a mixed-media project with a presentation, and a final research argument essay.