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Entry Task 1/6/2015 You will have 20 minutes to complete the following task: You need to finish all of your terms. Once you are finished, you will exchange your paper with a partner. You need to go through another classmate’s terms and mark agree or disagree next to their term and example. Be sure to discuss with your partner. You will be turning this in.
Entry Task 1/7/2015 Pop Quiz! On a sticky note, I want you to explain the three ways to persuade. Write your name on the sticky note. Logos Ethos Pathos
Persuasive Skits Create a scene that dramatically demonstrates the effects of the appeal that your group is assigned. Use as many rhetorical devices as you can. The team with the best score is exempt from the Vocab Test on Monday! You will present at the beginning of the period tomorrow.
Entry Task 1/8/2015 On a separate sheet of paper, you are to write at least half a page persuasive piece. Here is the prompt: Water is not allowed in HHHS classrooms. Should students be allowed to drink water in class? Why or Why not? I want you to use the logos appeal.
Entry Task 1/9/2015 On a separate sheet of paper, you need to write at least half a page persuasive piece. The prompt is: Should students have to pass a basic skills test to graduate high school? I want you to use the ethos appeal. Convince the audience that you can be trusted.
Entry Task 1/9/2015 On a separate sheet of paper, you need to write at least half a page persuasive piece. Here is the prompt: Should school athletes have to take drug tests? I want you to use the pathos appeal. Appeal to the audience’s emotions or passions.
Entry Task 1/12/2015 Do you agree or disagree with the following statements and explain why. You need to use complete sentences. A person can change the world by the force of his or her beliefs. A strong moral code is an important motivation for fighting for justice.
Entry Task 1/13/2015 In the famous “I Have a Dream” speech by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., do you think he uses rhetorical structures and devices effectively to convince the reader of his propositions? Explain your analysis.
Entry Task 1/14/2015 Grab an analogy worksheet from the back table. You will have 5-10 minutes to complete the worksheet. We will correct it together. Look up the definitions of the words in the word bank if you need to.
Entry Task 1/16/2015 Grab an Intermediate Paragraph Correction worksheet from the back table. You have 5-10 minutes to finish. We will correct it together. This will go in your grammar practice section of your binder.
Persuasive Article You need to read “Don’t Shoot the Jester: Charlie Hebdo and the Humorously Challenged” article. I want you to highlight, circle, or underline and label the following rhetorical devices: Allusion Analogy Exaggeration Testimonial Antithesis
Questions to Answer 1. What is the controlling idea of this article? 2. Why does the author refer to Kim Jong Un? 3. What does the picture reveal about Charlie Hebdo? 4. How does the author introduce the topic of satire? 5. What persuasive appeal does the author use the most? (Logos, Ethos, Pathos) 6. Why does the author refer to the Charlie Hebdo tragedy when talking about satire?
Entry Task 1/27/2015 Read the article “Should Schools Eliminate Sports Teams?” in the Upfront magazine on page 22. Answer these questions: 1. How is the article organized? 2. What appeal (logos, ethos, pathos) is the author using? 3. Which argument was more persuasive? Why?
Persuasive S.A.R On a separate sheet of paper, you need to write a persuasive piece. You can use any rhetorical device or appeal that you want. Here is the prompt: Should the government place a tax on junk food and fatty snacks?
Presentation Feedback Take out a half sheet of paper You need to put your id number on it In a paragraph, tell me which presentation was more persuasive. Explain why Provide some constructive criticism. What could they improve on?