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September 14/15 – “No, it is YOU who are wrong!”. For your bellwork today, you may take a few minutes to study for the vocabulary and parts of speech test you’re about to take! This study time must be silent or we’ll have to do a regular journal assignment!.

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September 14/15– “No, it is YOU who are wrong!”

For your bellwork today, you may take a few minutes to study for the vocabulary and parts of speech test you’re about to take! This study time must be silent or we’ll have to do a regular journal assignment!


SWBAT craft an effective argument using classical rhetorical devices.

To Do:

  • Journal

  • Prayer

  • Business & VikingFacts!™

  • Quiz: Vocab and Parts of Speech

  • Groups: What is important?

  • Individual: Persuasive Paper Topic Ideas

  • Persuasive Techniques: Logos, Pathos, Ethos

  • Homework


Faðirvor; þúsemert á himnum. Helgistþittnafn.

Tilkomiþittríki. Verðiþinnvilji, svo á jörðusem á himni.

Gefoss í dag vortdaglegtbrauð.

Ogfyrirgefossvorarskuldir; svosemvérogfyrirgefumvorumskuldunautum.

Eigileiðþúoss í freistni, heldurfrelsaossfráillu. Amen.


Faðirvor; þúsemert á himnum. Helgistþittnafn.

Tilkomiþittríki. Verðiþinnvilji, svo á jörðusem á himni.

Gefoss í dag vortdaglegtbrauð.

Ogfyrirgefossvorarskuldir; svosemvérogfyrirgefumvorumskuldunautum.

Eigileiðþúoss í freistni, heldurfrelsaossfráillu. Amen.


VikingFacts!™

Viking funerals were typically awesome, and involved setting fire to boats filled with the body, precious objects, and occasionally human sacrifices.


From “The Art of War,” by Sun Tzu:

“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”


Homework

#1. Choose what you believe to be the six most difficult vocabulary words from Unit Two and create an illustration for each one. Underneath the illustration, write the definition of the word and at least one more familiar synonyms.

Due 19/20 September


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