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E3 December 9 I can identify rhetorical devices such as parallel structure, anaphora, rhetorical questions, etc. I can identify arguments in a text and.

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1 E3 December 9 I can identify rhetorical devices such as parallel structure, anaphora, rhetorical questions, etc. I can identify arguments in a text and select those which would best support my own position. I can effectively refute the opposition in an argument. I can edit sentences for mistakes in mechanics and sentence structure.

2 Turn in your bell ringers (should have 5 including today) with your quiz Jupiter which lays between Mars and Saturn is the most largest planet circling our sun but because Jupiter rotates each and every ten hours its day is the most shortest. During the 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor almost half of the 2403 people whom dies was on the battleship Arizona which took a bomb down it’s smokestack. Akaky is meek but a conscientious person. Gogols story is noted perhaps more for its message than for the style he uses.

3 White Board Rhetoric Review “Mad World! Mad kings! Mad composition!” (King John, II, i) a. Asyndeton b. polysyndeton c. Anaphora d. Rhetorical question

4 “Art thou mad? Is not the truth the truth?” (Henry IV, Part I, II, iv) a)Parallel structure b)Rhetorical question c)Anaphora d)Rhetorical fragment

5 Brutus: Who is here so base that would be a bondman? If any, speak; for him have I offended. Who here is so rude that would not be a Roman? If any, speak; for him have I offended. Who is here so vile that will not love his country? If any, speak; for him have I offended. Justify how this is anaphora.

6 We will have difficult times. We’ve had difficult times in the past. And we will have difficult times in the future. (Robert F. Kennedy’s Eulogy for Martin Luther King, Jr., 1968) What word/words repeat? Where in the syntax does the repetition occur? Is this anaphora? If not, what is it?

7 Persuasive technique that appeals to emotions? pathos Persuasive technique that appeals to reason and logic? logos Persuasive technique that appeals to one’s sense of morality? ethos

8 Ethos, Pathos, or Logos? Think about the child who has the potential to be a scientist, lawyer, or perhaps, the president. Think about the little boy or girl who, instead of pursuing his or her dreams, ends up in a web of negative behaviors because he or she didn’t have access to the same education as wealthy Sally and Billy.

9 Ethos, Pathos, or Logos? Every person has a responsibility to look out for the needs of others. We are our brother’s keeper. We must stand up against injustice wherever we see it. We must fight against injustice in the classroom, and injustice in city hall.

10 Ethos, Pathos, or Logos? How many of you have gotten to where you are because another person has paved the way for you to pursue your goals and aspirations? All of our efforts have been built on the backs of others. Since none of us were able to do anything on our own, we need to provide that assistance to others, not just the privileged of society, but to all people.

11 Discuss Anthem What kind of argument is being made? How does the Fairly Oddparents video relate to what we have read so far?

12 Formulating an Argument How do you structure a written argument? How did Cicero structure his oral arguments? Is there a set number of paragraphs an argumentative essay should have?

13 Read the article about Facebook. Before you read, formulate a flexible thesis. What is YOUR opinion? As you read, underline evidence to support your opinion. As you read, anticipate what the most important arguments AGAINST your stance will be. Underline them in the text.

14 CREATE A FOUR-SQUARE TEMPLATE Claim or Thesis: Body paragraph 1 Body paragraph 2 Body paragraph 3 F E D S (facts, examples, evidence, details, statistics/stories) F E D S (facts, examples, evidence, details, statistics/stories) F E D S (facts, examples, evidence, details, statistics/stories Conclusion Answer “So What?” Why should we care about this issue? What bigger issue, universal concern does this apply to?

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