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Bellwork Monday, December 1 Copy the following: Parallel form places sentence elements in the same or similar form to emphasize the equal importance of the elements. *I like to drive my car and to ride my bike. *I like driving my car and riding my bike. WHEN TO USE: 1) Phrases/Clauses linked by f.a.n.b.o.y.s. *NP: Shopping means taking a walk in a mall and finding bargains. * P: Shopping means walking in a mall and finding bargains.
2) Phrases/Clauses linked by Conjunctive Pairs (either..or, neither..nor, not only..but also) NP: Neither local streets nor a trip on the highway seemed the best way to get home. P: Neither local streets nor the highway seemed the best way to get home. NP: She was not only an A student, but also someone who was very responsible. P: She was not only an A student, also a very responsible person.
3) Sentence Elements Compared; Parts of a List NP: Gail would rather be a waitress in CO than to practice law in a big city. P: Gail would rather be a waitress in CO than a lawyer in a big city. NP: The math test included calculus, algebra, and the study of geometry. P: The math test included calculus, algebra, and geometry.
Topic Sentence: tells the subject and purpose of your paragraph. Ex: You are writing a paragraph characterizing Joseph. *Subject: _____________ *Purpose: _____________ Bad: I am going to write a Paragraph about Joseph. Why is it a bad topic sentence? *It has no purpose-only a subject.
Good Topic Sentences Topic: Discuss the reasons why a specific car is your favorite car. My favorite car is the Toyota Corolla for several reasons. Subject: Corolla; Purpose: Explain The greatest car on the market today is the Corvette convertible. Subject: Corolla Purpose: Implies that it will explain why
Bad Topic Sentences I am going to write about the Toyota Corolla. Subject: Corolla; Purpose: ????? Cars are status symbols in the United States. Subject: Cars??? Purpose: ???? Doesn’t address prompt I love the Toyota Corolla because it gets good gas mileage. Subject: Cars; Purpose: one reason Don’t be too specific in the TS
Practice 1 Complete Practice 1 (multiple choice section) by choosing the BEST topic sentence from the group. 1) A- not too much detail but provides a reason to be discussed. 2) C- provides a subject and a position 3) D- fully addresses the prompt 4) A- uses the quote and addresses prompt 5) B- includes subject and purpose without being too specific 6) B- implies discussion
Bellwork Tuesday, December 2 If the sentence is correct, write “C”; if it is incorrect, rewrite it. 1) I like to dive and to go swimming when I am at the lake. 2) Motorboats, canoes, and sailboats are my favorite forms of water transportation. 3) Neither the bad weather nor the condition of the roads will delay his trip. 4) Jim was trying to decide whether to be a newsman or someone who reports the weather. 5) The clouds are threatening, yet it seems unlikely that a rainy day will follow.
Bellwork Wednesday, Dec. 3 1) The barn which is old stood bravely against the wind, but the new house collapsed. 2) Although they were tired, the small band of travelers pressed on into the night. 3) Matt’s favorite activities are jet-skiing, fishing, and to swim. 4) Al runs to the store and then he is driving to the beach. 5) On his trip, Mark was biking in Seattle and then to visit relatives in Idaho.
Bellwork Friday, December 5 If you could make ten copies of yourself, what would you have each of them do?
Think about it… What do you think the Fourth Amendment concept of “unreasonable searches and seizures” means??? What do you consider to be “unreasonable”?
Can Your Phone Testify Against You? Read and analyze the article “Can Your Phone Testify Against You?” for the central idea and various claims.
What are the article’s central ideas? 1) The recent Supreme Court decision that police can’t search cellphones without a warrant is an important ruling that could impact future privacy rights/cases. 2) U.S. courts are still struggling with a number of other questions raised by modern technology.
What does Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. mean when he said a visitor from Mars might think cellphones were “an important feature of human anatomy”? Cite evidence to support your answer. Meaning: People use their cellphones almost constantly. Evidence: cellphones are a “pervasive…part of daily life”
Analyze the argument that digital information on a cellphone is different from information in books or papers. What information does the author use to support this claim made by privacy advocates? *Cellphones and print records differ in the quantity of information stored. *Cellphones can record “things simply not available in the physical world.”
3 Possible effects of Riley vs. California??? *Police will probably have to get warrants to search laptops and tablets as well. *The decision could lead the courts to rule in favor of greater digital privacy protections in the future. *It could have implications for lawsuits challenging the government’s widespread collections of Americans’ phone call data.
“The Right to Be Forgotten” What is the purpose of this section? *The purpose is to demonstrate that courts around the world are trying to figure out how individual rights apply to digital technologies.
Using Multiple Sources How does the cartoon on pages 14- 15 support the article? *The cellphone is the witness in the courtroom and is telling explicit information.
Writing Assignment Read the sidebar “Digital Docket” about technology issues that the courts are grappling with (p.16 of the magazine). Choose one issue and write a paragraph describing how you would rule. Use details from the main article and/or the sidebar in your response.
Break Tutorial Compose one sentence using each vocabulary word. Include context clues in each sentence. You will be required to read your sentences. Aloofmagnitude Ambivalentmundane Explicitobscure Augmentrender Dispel longevity