Cristina Ramirez Teaching portfolio

By the end of first-year composition, students should

Learn and use key rhetorical concepts through analyzing and composing a variety of texts

Gain experience reading and composing in several genres to understand how genre conventions shape and are shaped by readers’ and writers’ practices and purposes

Develop facility in responding to a variety of situations and contexts calling for purposeful shifts in voice, tone, level of formality, design, medium, and/or structure

Understand and use a variety of technologies to address a range of audiences

Match the capacities of different environments (e.g., print and electronic) to varying rhetorical situations

Faculty in all programs and departments can build on this preparation by helping students learn

The expectations of readers in their fields

Writing is about broader perspective.

The main features of genres in their fields

The main purposes of composing in their fields

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