Revising Borders

Now in our final week, we’re revising the academic essays we wrote last week and repurposing them to fit with a different, international style of expression, such as the African Nommo or the Chinese eight-legged essay. I want to give you more in-class time to work on this assignment, but first we need to take care of some housekeeping:

Are you? And if you write using an international form of expression, does that change who you are (or how you communicate)? Image credit to Flickr.com.

Are you? And if you write using an international form of expression, does that change who you are (or how you communicate)?
Image credit to Flickr.com.

Presentations: Jhony, Yanet, Erika, Cole, and Nina

Journal Reflections: Consider the international style of writing you chose. How might you use this style of expression in future communication scenarios? How will learning it benefit you?

“TRL” Teaching Requests Live

Grade Slips

Tomorrow we’ll be in the lab working on our drafts, so don’t forget to bring your flash drives.

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About Jackie Hoermann

Radford Fellow, Graduate Instructor, Doctoral Student English Department Texas Christian University E: j.hoermann@tcu.edu jacquelynehoermann@gmail.com
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