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10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

10/25/13

“Presentations”

What is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation?

What is something you can work on for your next presentation? How will you work on it?

On desk: Rwanda timeline (finished!)


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

  • 10/25/13

  • World History Agenda

  • Final Project for Quarter 1!  Rwanda Argumentative Paragraphs

    • Argumentative paragraphs (class notes)

    • Argumentative paragraphs, step one

  • HW (write in agenda): Finish step one of Rwanda paragraphs


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

PEET & Argumentative Paragraphs

What is “PEET”?

PEET is a system for organizing your thoughts into a coherent argumentative paragraph.

PEET stands for:

P –

E –

E –

T -


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

PEET & Argumentative Paragraphs

What is “PEET”?

PEET is a system for organizing your thoughts into a coherent argumentative paragraph.

PEET stands for:

P - Point

E –

E –

T -


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

PEET & Argumentative Paragraphs

What is “PEET”?

PEET is a system for organizing your thoughts into a coherent argumentative paragraph.

PEET stands for:

P - Point

E - Evidence

E -

T -


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

PEET & Argumentative Paragraphs

What is “PEET”?

PEET is a system for organizing your thoughts into a coherent argumentative paragraph.

PEET stands for:

P - Point

E - Evidence

E - Explanation

T -


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

PEET & Argumentative Paragraphs

What is “PEET”?

PEET is a system for organizing your thoughts into a coherent argumentative paragraph.

PEET stands for:

P - Point

E - Evidence

E - Explanation

T - Tie back to point


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

  • PEET & Argumentative Paragraphs

  • In an argumentative paragraph, there will always be a focus question that you have to answer.

    • Example focus question: Was African resistance to colonialism effective? Why or why not?


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

  • PEET & Argumentative Paragraphs

  • In an argumentative paragraph, there will always be a focus question that you have to answer.

    • Example focus question: Was African resistance to colonialism effective? Why or why not?

  • The argument comes in when you actually prove why your answer is correct.


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

Focus Question: Was African resistance to colonialism effective? Why or why not?

P (point): Answering the focus question. Saying what it is you are going to prove and alluding to points you will make in your paragraph.

Example:


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

Focus Question: Was African resistance to colonialism effective? Why or why not?

P (point): Answering the focus question. Saying what it is you are going to prove and alluding to points you will make in your paragraph.

Example: African resistance to colonialism was effective because it helped Africans gain more rights in some instances and actually maintain their independence in others.


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

Now that you have your point, it is time to effective? Why or why not?prove it.

E (evidence): facts or examples from the text that help you prove your point


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

Now that you have your point, it is time to effective? Why or why not?prove it.

E (evidence): facts or examples from the text that help you prove your point

Examples:

______ “In 1896…Ethiopian forces successfully defeated the Italians and kept their nation independent” (MWH 349).

______ “The Germans were shaken by the rebellion and its outcome. As a result, they made some government reforms in an effort to make colonialism more acceptable to the Africans” (MWH 349).


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

  • In order to effective? Why or why not?explain your evidence and have it make sense for the reader, you need to have an Explanation for each piece of evidence.

  • E (Explanation) –

  • gives the reader enough context and background information to understand the point

  • tells the reader how or why the evidence given proves their point

  • Provides transitions and continuity throughout your writing


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

Evidence Example: effective? Why or why not?

(Point & Evidence, without an Explanation)

You do NOT just give the evidence without giving contextfor the reader:

African resistance to colonialism was effective because it helped Africans gain more rights in some instances and actually maintain their independence in others.“The Germans were shaken by the rebellion and its outcome. As a result, they made some government reforms in an effort to make colonialism more acceptable to the Africans” (MWH 349).


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

Evidence Example: effective? Why or why not?

(Point, Evidence, andExplanation)

When given context, the reader understands why the evidence proves your point:

African resistance to colonialism was effective because it helped Africans gain more rights in some instances and actually maintain their independence in others.For example, in 1905 over 20 ethnic groups in East Africa united to fight the German colonists there. Although the Germans officially put down this resistance, “The Germans were shaken by the rebellion and its outcome. As a result, they made some government reforms in an effort to make colonialism more acceptable to the Africans” (MWH 349). This rebellion forced the Germans into giving the East Africans more rights under their colonial rule.


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

Evidence Example: effective? Why or why not?

(Point, Evidence, Explanation)

What would a good EXPLANATION for our 2nd piece of evidence be??

For example, in 1905 over 20 ethnic groups in East Africa united to fight the German colonists there. Although the Germans officially put down this resistance, “The Germans were shaken by the rebellion and its outcome. As a result, they made some government reforms in an effort to make colonialism more acceptable to the Africans” (MWH 349). This rebellion forced the Germans into giving the East Africans more rights under their colonial rule. __________________________

_________________________“In 1896…Ethiopian forces successfully defeated the Italians and kept their nation independent” (MWH, p. 349). ____________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

Evidence Example: effective? Why or why not?

(Point, Evidence, Explanation)

What would a good EXPLANATION for our 2nd piece of evidence be??

For example, in 1905 over 20 ethnic groups in East Africa united to fight the German colonists there. Although the Germans officially put down this resistance, “The Germans were shaken by the rebellion and its outcome. As a result, they made some government reforms in an effort to make colonialism more acceptable to the Africans” (MWH 349). This rebellion forced the Germans into giving the East Africans more rights under their colonial rule. Another example of African resistance occurred in 1896, when Ethiopians battled Italian colonists in the Battle of Adowa. “In 1896…Ethiopian forces successfully defeated the Italians and kept their nation independent” (MWH 349). The Ethiopian resistance is an example of Africans successfully fighting off European colonizers and remaining independent!


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

  • T (Tie back to point) effective? Why or why not? –

  • statement that makes a clear connection between evidence and explanations given and your original point

  • provides a strong concluding sentence that explains the significance or importance of your point (answers the “So What?”)


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

T (Tie back to point) effective? Why or why not? – statement that makes a clear connection between evidence and explanations given and your original point; provides a strong concluding sentence that explains the significance or importance of your point (answers the “So What?”)

Example: In conclusion, some forms of African resistance to colonialism were effective. The MajiMaji Rebellion gave East Africans more rights, and the Ethiopians successfully defeated the Italians and kept their independence! The effectiveness of these resistance movements is important to note because it shows that powerful European countries do not always win. “The people” can always come together to fight against unjust systems, and sometimes they will win.


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

Point effective? Why or why not?, Evidence, Explanation, Tie Back

African resistance to colonialism was effective because it helped Africans gain more rights in some instances and actually maintain their independence in others. For example, in 1905 over 20 ethnic groups in East Africa united to fight the German colonists there. Although the Germans officially put down this resistance, “The Germans were shaken by the rebellion and its outcome. As a result, they made some government reforms in an effort to make colonialism more acceptable to the Africans” (MWH 349). This rebellion forced the Germans into giving the East Africans more rights under their colonial rule. Another example of African resistance occurred in 1896, when Ethiopians battled Italian colonists in the Battle of Adowa. “In 1896…Ethiopian forces successfully defeated the Italians and kept their nation independent” (MWH 349). The Ethiopian resistance is an example of Africans successfully fighting off European colonizers and remaining independent! In conclusion, some forms of African resistance to colonialism were effective. The MajiMaji Rebellion gave East Africans more rights, and the Ethiopians successfully defeated the Italians and kept their independence! The effectiveness of these resistance movements is important to note because it shows that powerful European countries do not always win. “The people” can always come together to fight against unjust systems, and sometimes they will win.


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

Point effective? Why or why not?, Evidence, Explanation, Tie Back

African resistance to colonialism was effective because it helped Africans gain more rights in some instances and actually maintain their independence in others. For example, in 1905 over 20 ethnic groups in East Africa united to fight the German colonists there. Although the Germans officially put down this resistance, “The Germans were shaken by the rebellion and its outcome. As a result, they made some government reforms in an effort to make colonialism more acceptable to the Africans” (MWH 349). This rebellion forced the Germans into giving the East Africans more rights under their colonial rule. Another example of African resistance occurred in 1896, when Ethiopians battled Italian colonists in the Battle of Adowa. “In 1896…Ethiopian forces successfully defeated the Italians and kept their nation independent” (MWH 349). The Ethiopian resistance is an example of Africans successfully fighting off European colonizers and remaining independent!In conclusion, some forms of African resistance to colonialism were effective. The MajiMaji Rebellion gave East Africans more rights, and the Ethiopians successfully defeated the Italians and kept their independence! The effectiveness of these resistance movements is important to note because it shows that powerful European countries do not always win. “The people” can always come together to fight against unjust systems, and sometimes they will win.


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

  • How to do IN-TEXT CITATIONS: effective? Why or why not?

  • Evidence goes in quotations citation goes in parantheses with page number after it period at the end

    • Example: “In 1896…Ethiopian forces successfully defeated the Italians and kept their nation independent” (MWH 349).


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

  • POSSIBLE SOURCES: effective? Why or why not?

  • Genocide in Rwanda Packet

    • Genocide in Rwanda Packet = (GRP __)


10 25 13 presentations what is something you feel like you did well on in your presentation

HW (write in agenda): effective? Why or why not?

Answer focus questions with “Yes” or “No.”

Find 2 pieces of evidence with citations to support your answer.