Introduction: Spaces for Writing
- Discovering Contexts for Writing
- Going Boldly Through Writing Processes
- Exploring Visual Literacy
*ReFrame: Why Rhetoric? Why a Comic Book?
Walk the Talk: Visual Rhetoric
1) Why Rhetoric?
- Piecing Together a Definition of Rhetoric
- Reanimating Ancient Views of Rhetoric
- Setting Rhetorical Concepts Loose on the World
*ReFrame: What Does Aristotle Have to Do with Me?
Walk the Talk: Ethos, Logos, Pathos, and Kairos
2) Reading Strategically
- Finding Secret Meanings with Critical Analysis
- Putting the Pieces Together with Synthesis
- Using Reading Strategies
- Imagining the Plans of Ideal Readers
*ReFrame: How Do I Read This?
Walk the Talk: Critical Reading
3) Writing Identities
- Leaping into Identities in Writing
- Trying Out Choices for Different Audiences
- Revealing the Performer Within the Text
*ReFrame: Am I Having an Identity Crisis?
Walk the Talk: Identities
4) Argument Beyond Pro and Con
- Spotlighting Strategies for Argument
- Setting the Scene for Arguable Assertions
- Zooming in on Claims and Evidence
- Focusing on Effective Organization
*ReFrame: The Office Hour!
Walk the Talk: Argument
5) Composing Together
- Getting Together
- Multiplying Your Research Options
- Collaborating with Audiences
- Managing Collaborative Writing Projects
*ReFrame: [title TK]
Walk the Talk: Collaboration
6) Research: More Than Detective Work
- Keeping the Story Straight
- Tracking Down Sources
- Deciding Which Sources to Trust
- Making Sources Talk: Summary, Paraphrase, Quotation
- Coming Clean with Citation
*ReFrame: Wrong Turns or Shortcuts?
Walk the Talk: Research
.7) Rethinking Revision
- Looking Beyond the Red Ink
- Reviewing Rhetorically
- Seeing Through Others’ Eyes
- Revising Radically
*ReFrame: Am I Missing Something?
Walk the Talk: Revision
8) Going Public
- Launching into the Future of Genres
- Navigating among Media
- Entering the Final Frontier with Publication
*ReFrame: How Does This Look to You?
Walk the Talk: Presentation