Notes on presentation about Course Planning in General
Karate Kid, Lesson One
Karate Kid, lesson 2
Karate Kid, the final lesson
Start with goals
Three advantages to thinking in terms of goals:
Develop resources to pursue goals.
We will present a range of resources to help you realize the goals of RHE 306. In this orientation, you immediately get 3 types of resources: Assignments (major essays and short writing assignments); Suggestions about teaching Reading, Research, and Writing for Unit I; Suggestions for day-to-day classroom activities during Unit I.
During 398T, we will provide you with other resources to help you pursue the goals of RHE 306: reflective writing exercises, reading about pedagogical practices and theory, discussion about teaching, introduction to people at the university, etc.
Assess performance and make plans for change
At opportune moments, check to see if students are learning (or feel that they are learning) what you intended to teach them.
RHE 306 – Rhetoric & Writing is a course in argumentation that situates rhetoric as an art of civic discourse. It is designed to enhance your ability to analyze the various positions held in any public debate and to advocate your own position effectively. Your work in this course will help you advance the critical writing and reading skills you will need to succeed in courses for your major and university degree.
You will learn how to