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Transcript of ENG091
Spring 2015 Course Redesign
• Use sources to join academic and civic conversations
• Conduct research for appropriate academic sources
• Integrate sources using quoting, paraphrasing, and
• Common textbook that supports the competencies
• Provides opportunity for alignment and collaboration
across department for ENG091
What does the subject make you think of?
Break the subject into parts. Tell how it is made.
Use any reasoning to argue for or against the subject.
• Challenges students to work within multiple rhetorical
• Allows for variety of projects
• Helps students understand and identify rhetorical patterns in
• Helps students develop metacognition, which contributes to
transfer of knowledge
copy and paste as needed to add notes to your brainstorm
Cubing is a brainstorming strategy outlined in the book, Writing, by Gregory Cowan and Elizabeth Cowan (New York: Wiley, 1980). With cubing, like with other brainstorming methods, you start with one topic, challenge or issue. Then, you apply six points of view (like the six sides of a cube) to the issue.
Examine the subject closely and describe what you see.
• Multiple-page writing assignments
• Develop and support ideas with evidence
• Work with sources
What is it similar to? What is it different from?
• Read consistently for class
• Read a variety of texts—readings that demonstrate good
writing and readings that lead to developing writing