Presentation on theme: "You need: -composition book -something to write with (pen/pencil) -SOAPStone paper from yesterday Journal (8/26/14): Miami-based graffiti artist David."— Presentation transcript:
You need: -composition book -something to write with (pen/pencil) -SOAPStone paper from yesterday Journal (8/26/14): Miami-based graffiti artist David Anasagasti has recently sued American Eagle after they began using his work in their promotional material. Most notably, AE used Anasagasti’s work in their spring promotional billboards that were displayed world wide. Defend, challenge, or qualify: Street art should not be protected by copyright laws. HELLO AP LANG!
When you leave you will: -know Aristotle’s rhetorical triangle. -have practiced the SOAPSTone strategy. Agenda: Journal: Graffiti artists in public places. How to use SOAPStone to your advantage Introduction paragraph √ Lou Gehrig’s “Farewell” Speech + SOAPStone Homework: Finish the “Farewell” speech SOAPSTone Summer assignments will not be accepted after September 2 nd.
Lou Gehrig’s “Farewell” Speech Gehrig is an uneducated, famous professional athlete. How does he build his ethos with his audience? Some people claim that Gehrig’s “Farewell” speech is one of the most emotionally charged speeches of the 20 th century. How does Gehrig build an emotional connection with his audience?
SOAPSTone as Intro The Best American series is edited by a guest writer each year and in 2013 the Best American Essays collection was edited by Cheryl Strayed. Throughout her introduction to the collection, Cheryl Strayed emphasizes the power of the essay. By connecting her personal story as a writer to the writers featured in the collection, Strayed establishes an emotional connection to the reader. This emotional connection is reinforced through her passionate and enthusiastic tone as she encourages all mature readers to dive into head first into the world of the essay.
You need: -composition book -something to write with (pen/pencil) - “Self-Reliance” from yesterday Journal (8/26/14): Read the article about the reSTART program. Defend, challenge, or qualify: Spending time in nature is more important than spending time with technology. HELLO!
When you leave you will: -have used annotation strategies to indicate examples of transcendentalism. Agenda: Journal: Nature vs. Technology Compare/Contrast: reSTART vs. “Self-Reliance” What are their commonalities? What are their differences? Use text support from each reading. Nature vs. Nuture Video Does nature or nurture promote our relationship to the environment? “To Build a Fire” by Jack London Learning Log: Your choice!