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Breaking Down Oppression Prompts. Content Objective. Today I will plan my persuasive research paper by deconstructing the prompts in my guided notes. Use your notes to write the definition of oppression. Where do you see oppression being shown in your Literature Circle book so far?. 2.

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Breaking Down Oppression Prompts


Content Objective

  • Today I will plan my persuasive research paper by deconstructing the prompts in my guided notes.


Use your notes to write the definition of oppression.

Where do you see oppression being shown in your Literature Circle book so far?

2.

3 Cups of Tea?

Zlata’s Diary?

Of Beetles and Angels?

First They Killed my Father?

Burned Alive?

A Long Way Gone?

1.


Essay Prompts

•       Are people who are silent bystanders to oppression also guilty in causing oppression? Defend your answer with supporting examples from multiple texts.

•       Is oppression ever justified? Is there ever a circumstance where a group of people should be oppressed? Defend your answer with supporting examples from multiple texts.

•       Should there be a legal consequence for oppression? (note that oppression does not mean genocide). Defend your answer with supporting examples from multiple texts.


  • Are people who are silent bystanders to oppression also guilty in causing oppression? Defend your answer with supporting examples from multiple texts.

  • Read it!… multiple times.


  • Are people who are silent bystanders to oppression also guilty in causing oppression? Defend your answer with supporting examples from multiple texts.

2. Break it!

arrange the prompt so you understand it by underlining or using bullet points

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  • Are people who are silent bystanders to oppression also guilty in causing oppression? Defend your answer with supporting examples frommultiple texts.

2. Break it!

arrange the prompt so you understand it by underlining or using bullet points

- silent bystanders

- guilty

- defend

- supporting examples from multiple texts


  • Are people who are silent bystanders to oppression also guilty in causing oppression? Defend your answer with supporting examples from multiple texts.

3. Identify it!...

  • circle what the question is asking me to do

  • Argue my opinion?

  • State facts?

  • Respond with my feelings?


    • Are people who are silent bystanders to oppression also guilty in causing oppression? Defend your answer with supporting examples from multiple texts.

    Hold it up! 1, 2, or 3?

    • Argue my opinion?

      2. State facts?

      3. Respond with my feelings?


    • Are people who are silent bystanders to oppression also guilty in causing oppression? Defend your answer with supporting examples from multiple texts.

    3. Identify it!...

    • what the question is asking me to do

  • Argue my opinion?

  • State facts?

  • Respond with my feelings?


    • Are people who are silent bystanders to oppression also guilty in causing oppression? Defend your answer with supporting examples from multiple texts.

    4. Direct it!

    • …who will be reading your answer and why?

    VS.


    • Are people who are silent bystanders to oppression also guilty in causing oppression? Defend your answer with supporting examples from multiple texts.

    4. Direct it!

    • My teacher will be reading my answer to see if I can support my opinion using multiple texts we’ve read.

    VS.


    • Are people who are silent bystanders to oppression also guilty in causing oppression? Defend your answer with supporting examples from multiple texts.

    5. Plan it! …

    • Make an outline and jot some notes


    • Are people who are silent bystanders to oppression also guilty in causing oppression? Defend your answer with supporting examples from multiple texts.

    • What does a proper outline look like?

    • ______________-_____________

      ______________

      2. ______________ -

      • _____________

      • ____________

      • ____________

        3. _____________– _______________

        _______________


    • Are people who are silent bystanders to oppression also guilty in causing oppression? Defend your answer with supporting examples from multiple texts.

    • What does a proper outline look like?

      1. Beginning – restate the prompt and give your answer (thesis)

      2. Middle

      • Detail/Example

      • ICE

      • Detail/Example

        3. End – restate the prompt and your answer (thesis) again


    All together now!

    • Is oppression ever justified? Is there ever a circumstance where a group of people should be oppressed? Defend your answer with supporting examples from multiple texts.

    1.Read it! …

    • Multiple times.


    Is oppression ever justified? Is there ever a circumstance where a group of people should be oppressed? Defend our answer with supporting examples from multiple texts.

    2. Break it!

    arrange the prompt so you understand it by underlining or using bullet points

    -

    -

    -


    Is oppression ever justified? Is there ever a circumstance where a group of people should be oppressed? Defend our answer with supporting examples from multiple texts.

    3. Identify it!...

    • what the question is asking me to do

  • Argue my opinion?

  • State facts?

  • Respond with my feelings?


    • Is oppression ever justified? Is there ever a circumstance where a group of people should be oppressed? Defend our answer with supporting examples from multiple texts.

    4. Direct it!

    • …who will be reading your answer and why?

    VS.


    On your Own!

    • Should there be a legal consequence for oppression? (note that oppression does not mean genocide). Defend your answer with supporting examples from multiple texts.

    1.Read it! …

    • Multiple times.


    • Should there be a legal consequence for oppression? (note that oppression does not mean genocide). Defend your answer with supporting examples from multiple texts.

    2. Break it!...

    • Arrange the prompt so you understand it by underlining or using bullet points.


    • Should there be a legal consequence for oppression? (note that oppression does not mean genocide). Defend your answer with supporting examples from multiple texts.

    3. Identify it!...

    • what the question is asking me to do

  • Argue my opinion?

  • State facts?

  • Respond with my feelings?


    • Should there be a legal consequence for oppression? (note that oppression does not mean genocide). Defend your answer with supporting examples from multiple texts.

    4. Direct it!...

    • Who will be reading my answer and why?

    VS.


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