Want to get in front of rhetorical analysis problems? We're going to look closely at three troublesome issues in this 60-minute webinar.

Device Hunting: Learn a strategy for getting students to think broadly right from the start.

Counterfeit Commentary: Learn how to differentiate among paraphrasing, repetition of a detail, and summarizing.

The Brick Wall: 
Learn how to nudge students forward when they're stuck on commentary.

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A Personal Invitation from Angie

I've been teaching writing for 30 years.

I've taught thousands of students how to access their own commentary, and I've taught thousands of teachers how I did it. There is an art and a science to teaching writing, and until we get a grip on both, we're going to continue dragging home piles of really bad rough drafts. You can't do that AND have a life.

Let's work on that.

Join me on this free webinar for some great tips that will help you teach writing more effectively.


This is a MUST-ATTEND webinar if

  • you're writing the same thing OVER and OVER on rhetorical analysis essays.     
  • your students can find devices but are missing the big picture.     
  • your students are having trouble with the WHY.     
  • your students get stuck on commentary.
  • you're teaching rhetorical analysis for the first time. 
  • you've come to the realization that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over expecting different results!