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Quarter. Kevin O’Connor and Jacob Hoagland. http ://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gpRQhVd63Y8. Scene from supersize me…. 2.8% of Oklahoma High School Students passed US citizenship test 22% of Americans can name the Simpson’s family members, 0.1% can name the constitution’s first five amendments

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Quarter

Kevin O’Connor and Jacob Hoagland

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2.8% of Oklahoma High School Students passed US citizenship test

  • 22% of Americans can name the Simpson’s family members, 0.1% can name the constitution’s first five amendments
  • Only 23% of US High School Students could identify Washington as the first president
response to rhetorical situation

PATHOS

  • ETHOS
  • SAME DIMENSIONS AS NORMAL QUARTER
Response to Rhetorical situation
feedback

Funny

  • Everyone could recognize Homer
  • Lack of the USA at the bottom didn’t change what people thought
  • Unpatriotic
  • Use the rest of the Simpson’s family
FEEDBACK
how we used feedback

Kept Homer’s face on the coin, because we wanted it to be unpatriotic.

  • Only used Homer’s face, as he is the stupid one in the family
How we used feedback