• Composition student Charley King expresses concern that "[t]he use of templates is plagiarism."
  • Two: Graff & Birkenstein catalog the different rhetorical moves and figures of speech that are common in academic writing. They provide various templates for students to use in their own writing.
  • template 1
  • template 1
  • template 1
  • template 2
  • template 2
  • template 2
  • One: Like most language use, academic writing makes use of many common rhetorical moves and figures of speech.
  • student paper 1 makes use of template 1 and template 2, learned from Graff & Birkenstein.
  • student paper 2 makes use of template 1 and template 2, learned from Graff & Birkenstein.
  • student paper 3 makes use of template 1 and template 2, learned from Graff & Birkenstein.
  • student paper 4 makes use of template 1 and template 2, learned from Graff & Birkenstein.
  • Three: Students take the templates from Graff & Birkenstein and use them in their own academic writing.

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Composition 2 (Section 029): Spring 2009
GeorgeHWilliams.net/102/

Department of English

USC Upstate
Spartanburg, SC 29303

  1. Scrivenings 45 months ago | reply

    Used this photo as an illustration for the learning objective "Rhetorical Composition" in my course this semester. I admit that I was excited that my Flickr search for that topic brought me immediately to a picture by you.

  2. ghwpix 45 months ago | reply

    Huzzah!

    (Sorry it's so dark. Took this picture on the iPhone 3GS, I think. My more recent iPhone photos -- with a 5 -- are better quality.)

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