Today we are talking about two topics that seem like they should go together but too often seem to actually contradict each other. For today's post, to begin, please post you reading your reading response to tonights reading.
After you've posted, as per usual, read and comment on your colleague's posts.
As we near the end of our time in class, we are getting further away from the "birth" of the field. As this week's readings show us, Comp & Rhetoric is always evolving to respond to a version of "But what about. . . ". That seems to me to be the best recommendation of the field, that it is never satisfied with where we are at as scholars and teachers.
Please use this space to post this week's reading response. In-class, you will have time to post your reading response and to read and respond to your classmates. We had two rather diverse sets of readings: multilingual writers and how to best support them and writing with technology. Are there connections to be made between these two areas of scholarship in Composition & Rhetoric?
Please post your reading response to this week's writing on genre and the effects of genre on writing.