Below, you can find links to my teaching course sites for Rhetoric 105, my graduate institution’s first-year composition class, and Writing Across Media, my graduate institution’s cross-disciplinary multimodal composition course. Each course site contains syllabi, assignment sheets, assigned readings, and in-class pedagogical activities.
- Rhetoric 105: Writing and Research (first-year writing)
- Informatics / Writing 303: Writing Across Media (multimodal composition)
Below are two additional syllabi for courses I’ve previous taught: Writing 300, a writing center-based, tutor training course and Critical Thinking and Writing, an adult education class for Illinois’s Odyssey Project.
- Writing 300: Issues in Tutoring Writing (tutor training course)
- Critical Thinking and Writing (adult education class)
I’ll also be teaching a two-week mini course titled “Writing with Sound” in May 2022. I’ve linked to the course site below; free to poke around.
- Writing With Sound (multimodal composition mini-course)
Finally, I’ve crafted a number of course syllabi as a part of my graduate training and ongoing pedagogical development. While I’ve not taught the below courses (yet), they offer a glimpse into how I’d approach teaching topics beyond the courses listed above:
- Writing 600: Professional and Technical Writing (graduate level course)
- Writing 500: Community Literacies and Writing: Theory, Research, Practice (graduate level / upper-level undergraduate course)
- Writing / Communication 350: Critical Digital Storytelling (advanced composition course)
- English 311: Linguistic Histories, Social Identities, and Nonhuman Languages (history of the English language course)
- Writing 300: Adult Education and the Consultation of Writing (tutor training course)
- Writing 162: Rhetorics and Literacies of Mutual Aid (first-year writing)