English 15 — Freshman Rhetoric & Composition



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Warning: This course contains material on rhetoric.  Rhetoric is a theory, not a fact, regarding the effective use of language. 
This material should be approached with an open mind, studied carefully, and critically considered. 

 

Course Policies

Syllabus 

Department of English grading standards

Department of English Plagiarism Policy 

A Guide to Grammar and Style

Citation Style for Research Papers

Penn State Undergraduate Writing Center

Undergraduate Writing Center e-Tutoring 

Making Sense companion website

The Golden Rule of Writing (according to Strunk and White)

Ten Words You Need to Stop Misspelling

A Little Help with Capitals

Argument Proposals

Revision

Angel

Turnitin.com

 

 

Assignment #1: This I Believe Essay
This I Believe website
WPSU’s This I Believe
This I Believe reading schedule
This I Believe Draft Workshop

Assignment #2: Definition  
Library Research for Definition
Definition Draft Workshop 

Assignment #3: Rhetorical Analysis 
American Rhetoric–Online Speech Bank
Rhetorical Analysis Draft Workshop

Assignment #4: Recommendation Essay 
Recommendation Draft Workshop 

  Appointment schedule  

 

 

 

 

Instructor: Paul M. Kellermann   
Office:    147 Burrowes Building
Mailbox: 139 Burrowes Building
Phone:   814.865.3949 (office)
E-mail:   pmk8@psu.edu 

Office hours: Tuesday 9:30-11:00, Thursday 12:45-2:15, and by appointment

 

 

Last updated 26 October 2011
pmk8@psu.edu