As you settle into your seats…. Make a name tag/name tent. Use the sheet of blank paper given and a marker from the front of the room (sample on front table). Write your name clearly so Ms. Haseltine can see it! *Don’t destroy the tags/tents- I’ll collect them for future use* .
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*Don’t destroy the tags/tents- I’ll collect them for future use*
*You will need to keep these words/definitions*
Interaction among subject, speaker, and audience determines the language and structure of the argument.
By the end of this course, you should be able to:
With your group, decide what is the “enthymeme” or the unstated point that the author is trying to make.
Who do you think the audience is?
How does the author try and convince the audience of her point of view? What writing techniques do you see?
(You do not have a lot of formal names for what this author is doing yet, but do your best to describe the techniques anyway.)
Kaufman tries to convince____________ that
__(Insert your argument)_______________.