Date Major Due Dates; Homework (due day listed); In class
M 1/25 Introduction to Course
W 1/27 Read Burke and Gee (Moodle); Notes
M 2/1 Community Reflection Paper due; Notes; Discuss research and emails
W 2/3 Read Donegan and Onion; Notes
M 2/8 Bring in draft of Innovation Paper; Notes
W 2/10 Workshop papers; Notes and optional conferences
M 2/15 Innovation Paper revisions due; Discuss Tufte, presentations, sample slides
W 2/17 Read sections of Pitt’s “Introducing Public Speaking” (all of The Basics, Writing the Speech, and Delivering the Speech), bring outline and visual aid for peer reviews of Presentation 1; Discuss Jackson
M 2/22 Presentation 1
W 2/24 Presentation 1; Reflection Paper due by Friday
M 3/1 Read “Organizing Your Argument,” Dobbin and Kalev, and Damore memo
W 3/3 Debate Proposal due; Discuss notes, research
M 3/8 Research Analysis due; Discuss stasis theory, notes
M 3/15 Midterm Reflection due; Notes
W 3/17 Annotated Bibliography due by Friday
M 3/22 Work on Debate Paper; Notes
W 3/24 Debate Paper due for peer reviews; Sign up for conferences
M 3/29 Conferences
W 3/31 Debate Paper revisions due; Notes
M 4/5 Peer review presentations; Sample slides and elements of design
W 4/7 Presentation 2
M 4/12 Presentation 2
W 4/14 Presentation 2; Reflection Paper due
M 4/19 Read Tufekci and McIntosh and Presentation 3 assignment; Notes
W 4/21 Work on Ethics Paper
M 4/26 Ethics Paper due for peer reviews; Sign up for conferences (optional)
M 5/3 Conferences
W 5/5 Ethics Paper revisions due; Presentations
T 5/11 Final Reflection due