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English 10 Honors Day 5. Objectives: To analyze an issue of justice To examine the relationship between justice and culture To identify author’s purpose, bias, and persuasive reasoning . Today you need: -pen/pencil -highlighter -half sheet of paper -Spring Board book

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english 10 honors day 5

English 10 Honors Day 5

Objectives:

To analyze an issue of justice

To examine the relationship between justice and culture

To identify author’s purpose, bias, and persuasive reasoning

Today you need:

-pen/pencil

-highlighter

-half sheet of paper

-Spring Board book

-homework (vocab in context packet)

homework
Homework
  • Grade review tests and turn in packet
  • Chapter 1 Mastery Test
justice
Justice
  • Complete the following quickwrite:
    • Imagine that you, an American teenager, went out one night with some friends and vandalized a car and street signs. Imagine then that you were arrested by the police. What do you expect your punishment would be? Would it involve jail time, repairing the damage, or some other penalty? How do you think justice would be best served?
  • Share and discuss your quickwrite with a partner.
  • Discuss how our views might be different if viewed through the perspective of another culture.
justice and culture
Justice and Culture
  • Read the information on page 209.
  • Answer the questions on page 209.
  • Review the definitions of empirical, logical, and anecdotal evidence.
    • You will find examples of these as we read articles.
a time to assert american values
A Time to Assert American Values
  • As we read the editorial, annotate for each of the following:
    • Hook
    • Claim (could be implied)
    • Concession and refutation (less obvious if author is unbiased)
    • Call to action
    • Empirical evidence
    • Logical evidence
    • Anecdotal evidence
    • Bias (specifically diction)
rough justice
Rough Justice
  • Read the article on pages 212-214.
  • Annotate for each of the following:
    • Hook
    • Claim (could be implied)
    • Concession and refutation (less obvious if author is unbiased)
    • Call to action
    • Empirical evidence
    • Logical evidence
    • Anecdotal evidence
    • Bias (specifically diction)