Presentation on theme: "Writing Circle Map: “Persuasion”"— Presentation transcript:
1 Writing Circle Map: “Persuasion” What is persuasion? Come up with five words or phrases that you would use to define persuasion.Purpose: to bring changeto convince others to share your opinion or take the action you recommendex: What rule would you like to change?
2 ENGLISH 2 P Agenda: warm-up/ book check Circle map/tree map: persuasive strategiesRead pagesTODStart Cornell Notes: “If Decency Doesn’t, Law Should Make Us Samaritans”Homework: review your notes
3 Objectives:Scholars will be able to describe persuasion by creating a circle map and completing a TOD.Scholars will be able to define logos, pathos, and ethos by creating a tree map.
4 WritingImagine you have just turned sixteen and because you are now eligible to start driving you feel ready for your first car. Write a paragraph that aims to persuade your parents to buy you a car.
5 Persuasive Strategies/Rhetorical Devices Tree Map rhetoric: the art of speaking
6 Writing- partner workImagine you have just turned sixteen and because you are now eligible to start driving you feel ready for your first car. Provide various reasons under each category that aims to persuade your parent to buy you a car.Use logical, emotional, and ethical appeals:Logical = logosEmotional = pathosEthical = ethos
7 Ticket out the doorThe three types of persuasive strategies are _____, _____, and _______. An example of ______ appeal would be/is ________. The one I understand the most is the use of _______appeals. The one I least understand is the use of _____ appeals.
8 ENGLISH 2P warm-up: Please answer in a complete sentence Copy: It should be mandatory that all students learn a foreign language.Do you agree or disagree with this statement?Support your claim with at least two reasons.(Yes/No), I (disagree/agree) because __________.(Also/In addition/Moreover/Additionally), Ibelieve _____.HW:
9 ObjectivesScholars will be able to evaluate the credibility of an author’s argument by taking Cornell notes.
10 C. Notes : “If Decency Doesn’t, Law…” What’s the claim? (p.286)What anecdote does the introduction use? (p.286)Is it effective? Explain.(Yes/No), because _______Emotional Appeals #110
11 C. Notes : “If Decency Doesn’t, Law…” Evaluating Tone #2: Make sure you include quotes in your answer. (Remember, tone = attitude an author has about a subject. It can be serious, hopeful, ironic, humorous, critical, sympathetic, etc.)11
12 C. Notes : “If Decency Doesn’t, Law…” Evaluating Evidence #3 (p.287)Evaluating Evidence #4 (p.287) (Use your Cornell notes)12
13 C. Notes : Evaluating Arguments RED =left black = right side Summary: Yellow handoutThe article titled, “If Decency Doesn’t, Law Should Make Us Samaritans”…*Please be prepared to share out.13
14 C. Notes : Evaluating Arguments RED =left black = right side Is the evidence comprehensive?is the evidence sufficient enough to make a good argument14
15 C. Notes : Evaluating Arguments RED =left black = right side What’s the author’s intent?Why did the author write this? Wasit due to personal reasons? Or is it a reasonable idea?15
16 C. Notes : Evaluating Arguments RED =left black = right side Summary – Why is it important to evaluate arguments?16