Each issue of CCC includes a "Poster Page" intended for our various publics--students, colleagues, administrators, and the public at large--explaining a particular concept from rhetoric and composition. The page is suitable for posting and for duplication, and we offer it in hopes that it will faciliatate your discussions with students and others.
Please use the Comments section below to let us know how you use the Poster Pages and what you think of them.
CCC Poster Page 1: Rhetorical SituationCCC Poster Page 2: RhetoricCCC Poster Page 3: CompositionCCC Poster Page 4: Literacy/LiteraciesCCC Poster Page 5: Genre
CCC Poster Page 6: AudienceCCC Poster Page 7: LanguageCCC Poster Page 8: VocabularyCCC Poster Page 9: Writing Assessment
CCC Poster Page 10: InventionCCC Poster Page 11: Discourse CommunityCCC Poster Page 12: ErrorCCC Poster Page 13: Writing across the Curriculum/Writing in the DisciplinesCCC Poster Page 14: Digital RhetoricCCC Poster Page 15: RevisionPoster Page 16: Research
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8/9/2013 8:22:27 AM
We work in learning communities at my university, and some of the faculty are not familiar with composition terminology and discourse. I like to give out a packet of poster pages to these people. I think it helps to get us all on the "same page."
8/26/2011 7:56:48 AM
Oh good! Thanks for letting me know, Melissa ;)
6/13/2011 2:49:29 PM
The Audience poster came out on the MOST PERFECT day -- we're talking about audience in my "Comp Studies for Professionals" summer class. Yay! --- Melissa Ianetta
3/7/2011 3:34:48 PM
Thanks so much for letting me know. I'd welcome hearing more about how helpful they are--or are not.
12/27/2010 10:26:39 AM
Just wanted to say that I love these posters. We have them hanging in the hallway outside of our suite. Don't know if students are reading them, but the posters are in an areas where students wait to get into classrooms, so I'd like to think that they are at least noticing them.
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