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Useful Readings for PWR 2 Instructors and Students

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Useful Readings for Teaching PWR 2 

Alvarez, Sara et al. (2017).  "On Multimodal Composing." Kairos 21.2 

Bawarshi, A. S., & Reiff, M. J. (2010). Genre: An introduction to history, theory, research, and pedagogy (p. 4). West Lafayette, IN: Parlor Press. 

Colvin, Janet Weston, and Nancy Tobler. "Culturally relevant pedagogy and the public speaking classroom." Communication Teacher 26.1 (2012): 33-36. (download here)

Elbow, P. (2010). 3. The Process of Speaking: What Can It Offer Writing? 

Elbow, P. (2010). 4. Speech as Product: Eight Virtues in Careless Spoken Language.

DePalma, M. J., & Alexander, K. P. (2015). A bag full of snakes: Negotiating the challenges of multimodal composition. Computers and Composition, 37, 182-200. (download here)

Mick, C. S., & Middlebrook, G. (2015). Asynchronous and synchronous modalities. Foundational practices of online writing instruction, 129-148. (download here)

Juliane Mora (2016) Socially constructing learning space: communication theory and pedagogy for social justice, Review of Communication, 16:2-3, 176-191, DOI: 10.1080/15358593.2016.1187455 (download here)

Rice, J. E. (2008). Rhetoric's mechanics: Retooling the equipment of writing production. College Composition and Communication, 366-387. (download here)

Selfe, C. L. (2009). The movement of air, the breath of meaning: Aurality and multimodal composing. College composition and communication, 616-663. (download here)

Readings for Assessment & Developing Rubrics 

Bean, J. C. (2011). “Using Rubrics to Develop and Apply Grade Criteria” in Engaging ideas: The professor's guide to integrating writing, critical thinking, and active learning in the classroom. John Wiley & Sons. (download here)

Inoue, A. B. (2015). Antiracist writing assessment ecologies: Teaching and assessing writing for a socially just future. WAC Clearinghouse.

Kahl Jr, D. H. (2013). Critical communication pedagogy and assessment: Reconciling two seemingly incongruous ideas. International Journal of Communication, 7, 21. (download here)

PWR 2 Readings for Students