Quote of the Week:
Monday 9/2: Labor Day
Descriptive Outline Handout (on the GC)- chunk the Graff article (What paragraphs make up the introduction? The conclusion? How would you chunk the body pararaphs together by topic?
Summary and purpose statements: for each chunk, write 1-2 sentences summarizing the content of the body paragraphs. Then write 1 sentence (no more than 2) that explains what the body paragraphs chunk's purpose is. There may be more than one purpose.
Check the GC: The Onion piece about the Renaissance and its accompanying Rhetorical Analysis. Read the Renaissance piece for context, than annotate the rhetorical analysis.
Wednesday 9/4- sub today
Work on the Graff D.O. Try to get more than half done.
Continue to work on the rhetorical analysis piece.
Work on Graff DO. Graff Response Paragraph:
You should have a minimum of 8 sentences (use the picture above as a guide). Integrate 2 pieces of evidence (full quotes, partial quotes, paraphrases) with citation. Fully explain how your evidence supports your opinion. Pencil is OK, but do a correct MLA heading.
Graff article annotations, descriptive outline, and response paragraph due Monday.
Rhetorical Device to add to your Academic Vocab sheet
Review the rhetorical analysis piece and questions.
Handouts: logical fallacies and Love is a Fallacy graphic organizer (on the Google Classroom).
Watch the "Love is a Fallacy" video (link on GC) and fill out graphic organizer. If you are in second period, either sign up for 9/13's PT to finish, or do it on your own time.
We will be using the logical fallacies for a future project, so review them!
Graff annotations, descriptive outline, and paragraph response due Monday!
In your notebooks, numbre 1-1-15 in 3 columns. Then open the 2012 MCQ in the Google Classroom. Take your time and write the letter of your answer. We'll review the correct answers on Monday and you'll have time to see what you missed and why. Circle any questions you guessed the answer so you'll know where you need to focus your studies.