Presentation on theme: " Daily Objective/s: To understand and articulate the elements that make an effective argument Daily Assignments: Work on Thank You for Arguing Group."— Presentation transcript:
Daily Objective/s: To understand and articulate the elements that make an effective argument Daily Assignments: Work on Thank You for Arguing Group Activities #10 (together as a class), #11-#18 (will be assigned two on own, then share with group I choose), # 19 (with partner/group you choose) Measure Reading Rate If time, we will do Thank You for Arguing group activity #20 on to the end of the period
Daily Objective/s: To understand what makes an effective AP essay To understand and articulate the elements that make an effective argument Daily Assignments: AP MC Practice #2 Return AP Essay #1 and go over Finish working on Thank You for Arguing Group activities; remember your test is next class period You should bring your Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass book next class period
Daily Objective/s: To understand and articulate the elements that make an effective argument To understand how to analyze a work of non-fiction from the 1800s Daily Assignments: Take Test on Templates/ Thank You for Arguing (45 minutes) When finished, complete Crayonout poem using page from Frederick Douglass and instructions on p. 138 (Note: You can download and print page you “crayonout” at home if you are worried you will not have that page.) Work on your own on “Making Meanings” questions on p. 139, 142, 145; choose 5 per page to complete (for a total of 15); do on a separate piece of paper and turn it in when finished or it is homework Last 15 minutes—work with a partner on “Reading Strategies “questions on p. 140 and 145 (cross out the follow-up)
Daily Objective/s: To add to a classroom discussion To understand what a causal analysis essay is Daily Assignments: Assign causal analysis essay (p. 54); we will work on the rough draft next period Go over Readings for Writers selections, including: On own during first half of class—”Causal Analysis,” p. 497- 502 (which you should pay particular attention to as your next essay is a causal analysis); “What is a Thesis?” p. 97-111; “How do I Organize?” p. 133-145; “The Editing Booth” p. 667-689 Together during second half of class (it is homework what you do not finish)—”Rules for Aging” p. 153-; “The New Feminism” p. 537-; “Bricklayer’s Boy” p. 514-520
Daily Objective/s: To write a causal analysis essay Daily Assignments: Work on rough draft of causal analysis essay; it is due September 11 at 11:59 pm We will work on rough draft in class in Room 213 all period; you will also be able to view my comments on your previous final draft at that time We will work on peer editing in Room 213 on Friday, Sept. 12 (A day)/ the classroom on Monday, Sept. 15 (B day) We will work on the final draft in the classroom on Sept. 18 (A)/ 19 (B); it is due Sept. 19; I am working on getting permission for your own laptops to be able to be brought in, as I only have 16 laptops available in class (and I have 20 of you on B day.
Daily Objective/s: To effectively peer edit a causal analysis essay To analyze a great work on English literature Daily Assignments: Assign The Canterbury Tales Prologue Reading and Index Assignment—due October 7 at 11:59 pm to Turnitin; Quiz on Prologue is October 8 (A)/October 9 (B) Complete peer editing of causal analysis essay; due Sept. 15 at 11:59 pm; in Room 213 for A Day; in classroom for B day Read “The Life and Times of Chaucer” p. 271 in The Cantebury Tales and write a list of Top 10 Reasons You Are Happy You Did Not Live in Chaucer’s Time, using examples from article to back up the points you make