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TWC 301 Course Outcomes by Mind Map: TWC 301 Course Outcomes
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TWC 301 Course Outcomes

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Be able to have patience when writing multiple drafts and understand that it takes time to create an end result.

C1: design process, C2: emphasis- size, font, color, texture, placing, C2: visual hierarchy - primary, secondary, and tertiary message, C2: focal point, C2: accents, C3: contrast, C4: Balance, C6: Repetition, C7: Flow

Learn how to take the time to develop an outline before writing first draft

C1: design process step 1- thumbnails

C4: Comic Tutorial Project

C6: Comic Tutorial- after completing the draft, peer review process, and final draft I learned how much of a difference these steps make in the end result of a product

Develop the habit to have a peer revise/edit my work

C1: design process step 4- comprehensive

C5: Comic Tutorial Peer Review-this assignment taught me how to effectively peer review someone's work and to be able to give them quality feedback. It was super helpful to hear other's opinions!

Learn how to judge whether a source is reliable or not

C3: (D#3 HW#4) Good judgment

Learn how to use different technologies to help make my writing process easier and more organized

Rhetorical Knowledge

Be able to stick to my thesis statement; stay on topic

Be able to catch my reader's attention

C1: Principles of design, C3: Contrast, C4: Balance, C5: Alignment-how alignment can make a page look more organized and put together. It's the little details that make a big difference., C6: Repetition- repetition brings unity and ties everything together, C7: Flow- visual flow and verbal flow can guide the reader's eye throughout a page

C4: Comic Tutorial Project

Be able to write to my intended audience

C1: design process

Learn how to write in various different tones and styles

C1: design formats

Learn about different genres and when/how to use them

C2: writing instructions

Knowledge of Conventions

Learn common formats for different genres

C2: Instructions have a bulleted/listed format

C6: Comic Tutorial- this project required a different format of writing.

Learn about the convention rules for each genre

Learn about legal and ethical uses of information and technology (copyright, etc.)

C5: Rhetoric on the Town-I learned the importance of siting your sources/where you found your pictures.

D#7 HW#7- The difference between fair use, copyright, and what creative commons is

Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing

Learn how to think critically about different topics

Learn to wirte from a different perspective other than just my own

C2:Writing instructions requires you to put yourself in your reader's shoes

C6: Comic Tutorial- this project required me to write in a way that other people would be able to understand. writing instructions on how to use something forced me to think using a different perspective other than my own

Learn how to use other people's beliefs and develop a

Improve my writing skills

C7: Rhetoric on the Town- the content in my audience analysis and rhetorical analysis