A Kind of Grace- Day 1. Essential Questions What is propaganda and what are the persuasive techniques used in propaganda? How can a K-W-L chart help you to understand the story better?. A Kind of Grace- Day 1. Teacher Read Aloud- Building Background TM 453A
What is propaganda and what are the persuasive techniques used in propaganda?
How can a K-W-L chart help you to understand the story better?
Teacher Read Aloud-
Building Background TM 453A
“Nellie Bly and the Power of the Press”
How can someone use the “power of the pen” to affect people?
Was Erasmus Wilson’s newspaper column an example of propaganda about a women’s role in society? Why or why not?
Bly used her articles to expose problems in society. What effect did her articles have on people?
Propaganda- information or ideas used to influence how people think or act and that it often contains techniques such as overgeneralization, testimonial, bandwagon, transfer, and faulty cause and effect.
Instruction- Teaching Master ES5-2
Guided Practice- Practice Master ES5-2
Spelling- final endings
Final /iz/ can be spelled –ise or ize ( advertise, realize)
Final /iv/ is often spelled with –ive ( Active, passive)
Final /ij/ is often spelled –age ( usage)
Final /ik/ is often spelled –ic (scientific)
Final /cher/ is often spelled –ture (signature)
Final /es/ is often spelled –ous (nervous)
Vocabulary- place in your Language Arts Journal
conditioning- actions done for the purpose of becoming more physically fit.
consoling- comforting someone
discouraged- a low mood because of a disappointment
endurance- the ability to keep going without giving in to the stress or fatigue
sessions- gatherings held for a special purpose
sprints- short races run at top speed
squad- a small group of people organized for an activity
unconventional- out of the ordinary