WRIT 1122 | Writing: Horror | firstname.lastname@example.org Course Description The horror genre is distinctly rhetorical, working carefully to produce visceral effects in its audience. It’s a popular genre, but also a
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Writing is a practice and a process, thus the ‘-ing’ on the end of the word. In this class, we will focus on the inventing, the doing, and the revising--not as much on the finishing, the being done.
In this class, we’ll approach writing in novel ways, examining and experimenting with rhetorical texts, including film, multimodal composition, games, and other interactive narratives.
Here’s what we’ll spend our time doing this semester. The schedule will evolve as we proceed. Watch regularly for more details, added activities, and stuff might change or move around as our conversation does.
We are at a point in our evolution as a species where we’ve become not quite living not quite dead.
Writing is a practice and a process, thus the “-ing” on the end of the word. In this class, we will focus on the inventing, the doing, and the revising--and not as much on the finishing, not on the being done.