Rhetorical Aspects of Storytelling:
Traditions, Purposes, and the Genres
Diverse Storytelling Traditions
How have scholars of color spoken about digital technology 'beyond the divide'?
Composing Our Own Digital Stories
Learning can be most effective when we learn through experience, so we will compose and reflect on our own stories.
Drafts ways of thinking about and implementing culturally relevant digital storytelling into the classroom.
Look at Practical Strategies for Implementing and Evaluating Multimodal Texts
Writer/Designer provides step-by-step processes for navigating the process of analyzing, creating, and evaluating multimodal texts.
We will read from scholars on digital writing and consider practical and conceptual aspects of evaluating student digital compositions.
Analyze the rhetorical effect of different modalities.
Alphabetic, visual, aural, oral, and gestural modes affect audiences/readers in different ways that provide strategies to appeal to emotions, logic and credibility.