ENGL 502: Theory and Practice of Writing Rhetorical Analysis

This course provides a study of the theory and practice of writing rhetorical analyses with a special emphasis on critical literacy and analysis of non-fiction prose. This is a writing-intensive course which includes both formal and informal modes of writing.

Please review the syllabus for full course information.

This is a Summer II course. Participants may register for one Full Semester course OR one course each in Summer I and Summer II. 

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Related Courses by Institution (by course number)
ENGL 501 The Structure of Modern English (Fall I 2024, 2025) - Asynchronous
ENGL 502 Theory and Practice of Writing Rhetorical Analysis (Fall II 2024, 2025) - Asynchronous
ENGL 503 Theory and Practice of Synthesis and Argumentative Writing (W/S I 2024, 2025) - Asynchronous
ENGL 510 Fiction and Culture (W/S II 2024, 2025) - Asynchronous
ENGL 511 Drama and Culture (Sum I 2024, 2025) - Asynchronous
ENGL 512 Poetry and Culture (Sum II 2024, 2025) - Asynchronous

Indiana Wesleyan University

Instructor: Contact Christin Taylor for additional information

Graduate Credits: 3

Semester: Summer 2022 – Summer II

Dates: 6/28/22 – 8/21/22

Format: Online Asynchronous

Prerequisite: Qualified to teach content area

Graduate Certificate Available: Yes