2011 College Writing Showcase
The fourth annual College Writing Showcase features student projects completed in support of the ENG 110 course objectives. In addition to displaying their College Writing projects, students' poster presentations reflect on the writing processes they undertook to complete their projects. Follow the links below to see students' digital posters. All sections of ENG 110 work towards helping students develop:
A more sophisticated writing process including invention, peer responding, revising, and editing that results in a clear, effective, well edited public piece.
- Maggie Achey, Summer Address: An Imitation of John F. Kennedy's "Inaugural Address"
- Rebecca Iannucci, Analyzing the Rhetorical Features of a Scholarly Article [Original Project]
- Alicia Norton, Analysis of Dulce et Decorum Est
- Katherine Saffelle, A Music Media Controversy
- Jesse Scarborough, Two Words of Sijie
Hilary Stevenson, Shepard Fairey's "Hope" and the Obama Campaign: Unethical or Necessary?
A more sophisticated understanding of the relationship of purpose, audience, and voice, and an awareness that writing expectations and conventions vary within the academy and in professional and public discourse.
- Ashley Bunting, College for Y'All [Original Project]
- Taylor Reneau, Rhetorical Analysis of "Pow! To the People" [Original Project]
Julie Tonnesen, Why is it so hard to just say what you want to say? [Original Project]
An appreciation for the capacity of writing to change oneself and the world.
- Scott Bishopric, A Modest Imitation [Original Project]
- Maria Cannon, Personal Growth and Female Identity in China