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Essential Questions for English 12: Literature of Justice How does an author convey the truth within the context of his or her fiction? How do you think each of the authors we are reading might define truth? Do you agree or disagree with their visions of truth?

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Essential Questions for English 12: Literature of Justice

  • How does an author convey the truth within the context of his or her fiction? How do you think each of the authors we are reading might define truth? Do you agree or disagree with their visions of truth?
  • What role does truth play in the lives of the characters? Does it change over time? In your own life, what role has truth played? Has it changed over time? If so, how?
  • What is the relationship between truth, justice, and leadership?
  • How does the author or playwright portray issues of justice in the text and through the characters? How do you relate to these issues of justice? How have you come to understand justice?
  • How does literature provide guidance with which to move out of the middle ground so that we do not become a “white moderate”?
good morning
1 2 3Good Morning!

Good Morning!

english 12 literature of justice unit 4 the rhetoric of dr king

November 29, 2012

English 12: Literature of Justice Unit #4 – The Rhetoric of Dr. King

LP #2

Today’s Title:

“Why bother?”

Homework: Due Class #3 (Friday)

Read Dr. King’s “I have a Dream” speech.

  • FCA#1: Create a one page outline deconstructed from this speech.
  • FCA #2: Identify and write down the example of an one of the three argument types about how King uses it effectively to move the speech forward and to be persuasive.
  • FCA#3:Minimum response of 350 words. Put word count at the bottom of the page.

Please stand for your….

Declaration of Preparation & Conscience:

1! 2! 3! 

“I’m here and I’m ready”

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English 12: Literature of Justice November 29, 2012Unit #4 – The Rhetoric of Dr. King LP #2“Why bother?”

Today’s Objectives:

  • The Student Will (TSW) review the fall exam
  • TSW review Aristotelian Argument
  • TSW compose and expose examples of Aristotelian Argument
  • TSW be introduced to the format of Rogerian Argument
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English 12: Literature of Justice November 29, 2012Unit #4 – The Rhetoric of Dr. King LP #2“Why bother?”

Do Now – Type One Activity

(Respond to each – Just do it!)

Write down five things you know about Aristotelian Argument.

Of these five, you may use or create examples for two.

If you have no idea, ask a question…

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English 12: Literature of Justice November 29, 2012Unit #4 – The Rhetoric of Dr. King LP #2“Why bother?”

REMINDER:

We will look at three different methods or strategies:

Aristotelian

Rogerian

Toulmin

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English 12: Literature of Justice November 29, 2012Unit #4 – The Rhetoric of Dr. King LP #2“Why bother?”

Aristotelian Argument

Logos:

An appeal to readers’ sense of reason or logic.

Pathos:

An appeal to the reader’s emotions.

Audience’s emotions are aroused by language, images, examples or personal narratives.

Ethos:

An appeal to reader’s sense of ethics and credibility.

This appeal focuses on developing credibility in the source of information.

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English 12: Literature of Justice November 29, 2012Unit #4 – The Rhetoric of Dr. King LP #2“Why bother?”

Composed Examples:

Working in pairs, create examples for each of the three parts of Aristotelian Argument.

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English 12: Literature of Justice November 29, 2012Unit #4 – The Rhetoric of Dr. King LP #2“Why bother?”

Letter from Birmingham Jail:

Pull out your “Letters”

Homework Review:

Find an example of each in this letter

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English 12: Literature of Justice November 29, 2012Unit #4 – The Rhetoric of Dr. King LP #2“Why bother?”

Pass in your homework from last night.

All parts of it.

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English 12: Literature of Justice November 29, 2012Unit #4 – The Rhetoric of Dr. King LP #2“Why bother?”

“Rogerian Argument”

  • Summarize the opponent’s position using neutral language
  • Demonstrate your understanding of the opposing opinion by showing you accept at least part of that position.
  • State your opinion in the context of values, beliefs, and experiences that both sides share.
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English 12: Literature of Justice November 29, 2012Unit #4 – The Rhetoric of Dr. King LP #2“Why bother?”

“Toulmin Argument” – Part I

Claim – statement of writer’s position

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English 12: Literature of Justice November 29, 2012Unit #4 – The Rhetoric of Dr. King LP #2“Why bother?”

“Toulmin Argument” – Part I

Support – data that supports the claim

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English 12: Literature of Justice November 29, 2012Unit #4 – The Rhetoric of Dr. King LP #2“Why bother?”

“Toulmin Argument”

Warrant – conclusion drawn from support that confirms claim

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English 12: Literature of Justice November 29, 2012Unit #4 – The Rhetoric of Dr. King LP #2“Why bother?”

“Toulmin Argument” – Part I

  • Claim – statement of writer’s position
  • Support – data that supports the claim
  • Warrant – conclusion drawn from support that confirms claim
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English 12: Literature of Justice November 29, 2012Unit #4 – The Rhetoric of Dr. King LP #2“Why bother?”

“Toulmin Argument” – Part II

Nonessential but sometimes included:

  • Backing – additional support for the warrant
  • Rebuttal – a response to opposing arguments
  • Qualifier – restatement of the claim in order to make it more acceptable to more members of the audience.
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English 12: Literature of Justice November 29, 2012Unit #4 – The Rhetoric of Dr. King LP #2“Why bother?”

“Toulmin Argument”

  • Claim – statement of writer’s position
  • Support – data that supports the claim
  • Warrant – conclusion drawn from support that confirms claim

Nonessential but sometimes included:

  • Backing – additional support for the warrant
  • Rebuttal – a response to opposing arguments
  • Qualifier – restatement of the claim in order to make it more acceptable to more members of the audience.
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English 12: Literature of Justice November 29, 2012Unit #4 – The Rhetoric of Dr. King LP #2“Why bother?”

I Have a Dream

Deconstruction of Dr. King’s words.