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Writing . ATD on power. Tuesday – Emit. Definition – To produce and then release(verb) Example sentence – A car emits carbon dioxide. Which of the following will most likely happen as a result? Pronunciation – iˈmit. Submit your completed Annotated Bibliography.

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Writing

Writing

ATD on power


Tuesday emit

Tuesday – Emit

  • Definition– To produce and then release(verb)

  • Examplesentence –

    • A car emits carbon dioxide. Which of the following will most likely happen as a result?

  • Pronunciation – iˈmit


Submit your completed annotated bibliography

Submit your completed Annotated Bibliography

  • Once you have submit, explore

    PCAresearch.weebly.com


Town hall this friday

Town hall this friday

  • A sign up sheet is coming around. Put your name down if you’re interested in leading all or part of the town hall.

  • Write your big question down also.


Objective

Objective

  • Will we be able to distinguish between essential and tangential thought?

  • Will we be able to explain the importance of essential thinking, especially in the context of research?


Agenda

Agenda

  • Opening

  • Student Theater: An Ugly Argument

  • Helping RockoSocko

    • (Practice distinguishing between essential and tangential statements)

  • “Back Home and Homeless”

  • Exit Ticket


Student theater

Student Theater

  • Featuring,

  • Essence

  • Tangent

  • and Wonder

  • B


Which is which

Which is which?


Tangential

Tangential

  • Doesn’t capture or recognize important themes, characteristics or elements. Strays from the topic. Focuses on unimportant details or ideas.


Essential

Essential

  • Insightful, captures the heart of things. Identifies key themes, characteristics or elements. Sees deep structures. Shows an appreciation for the relative importance of things.


Helping rocko socko

Helping RockoSocko

“My name is RockoSocko, and I’m researching to answer the question, “Could we live without rules.” I’ve found a helpful source, which I’ve provided for you entitled, “Is Anarchy Possible.” It all seems so important though! How can I figure out what is essential and what is tangential?”


Anarchist want to get rid of government

Anarchist want to get rid of government


Quick summary

Quick Summary

  • The purpose of the article is to persuade people that we could live without a government; the article is directed ad individuals who like the idea of anarchy but don’t think it’s possible. The author’s perspective on rules is that they are the cause of problematic behavior.


Quick context

Quick Context

  • I’ll use this source to explore just how far some people will go to avoid rules. I want to use the anarchist perspective as an extreme that we can probably learn from even if it seems crazy at first. I’m also especially curious if the anarchist are in favor of some rules. If so, I need to find out which ones.


Essential or tangential

Essential or tangential?

  • “What is the existence of the average man to-day? Almost all your time is given to earning your livelihood. You are so busy making a living that you hardly have time left to live, to enjoy life. Neither the time nor the money.”


Tangential1

Tangential

  • Doesn’t capture or recognize important themes, characteristics or elements. Strays from the topic. Focuses on unimportant details or ideas.


Essential or tangential1

Essential or tangential?

  • Do you need government to tell you not to step in front of a moving automobile? Do you need it to order you not to jump off the Brooklyn Bridge or from the Eiffel Tower?


Tangential2

Tangential


Essential or tangential2

Essential or tangential?

  • The Christs and the Buddhas of all ages were not prompted by material considerations but by their devotion to justice, what they believed to be right. The pioneers in every human endeavor have suffered pain, persecution, even death, not for personal gain but because of their faith in the justice of their cause.


Essential1

Essential

  • Insightful, captures the heart of things. Identifies key themes, characteristics or elements. Sees deep structures. Shows an appreciation for the relative importance of things.


Essential or tangential3

Essential or tangential?

  • Certainly the worker has nothing to lose by a change from government and capitalism to a condition of no government, of Anarchy.


Tangential3

Tangential


Essential or tangential4

Essential or tangential?

  • It directs you what to eat and drink, and imprisons or shoots you for disobeying. It commands you and dominates every step of your life. It treats you as a bad boy or as an irresponsible child who needs the strong hand of a guardian, but if you disobey it holds you responsible, nevertheless.


Essential2

Essential


Obama bellows now you try

Obama bellows, “now you try!”


Matt farwell

MATT FARWELL


Mrowens weebly com

Mrowens.weebly.com

  • Download: “TUE Independent Practice 2.21.12”


Exit ticket

Exit ticket

2.21.12 Essential v. Tangential Thought


1 what s going on 2 what makes you say that

1. What’s going on?2. What makes you say that?


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