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  1. Thursday & Friday = Snow Days Period 4 see last Wednesday’s slide show.

  2. Are You Organized?Use Your Tasks & Timeline Sheet to put items in order! • 2 – 3 printed, annotated research articles • Gathering Research notes (front/back for 2 printed research articles) • MLK “Letter to …” sheets • 2 Prewriting sheets (audience, full thesis, etc.) • 4 models (Security Cameras, Buckle Up, Derek’s letter, Millie’s letter) • Introductory Paragraph (w/Formatting information on back)

  3. Hook, Housekeeping & Homework Tuesday Have out your Introductory Paragraph. • Swap it with another student (ONLY if both of you wrote the complete paragraph!) • Read the two models below. • Compare your partner’s Introductory Paragraph to these two: • Does he/she have a hook? • Does he/she have a sentence or two of background information and/or narrow to a specific topic? • Does he/she end in a thesis statement? • Give your partner positive feedback and an idea to consider for improvement. PPT Examples 3 & 4: Introductory Paragraphs An adult work day is eight hours. The work day for a high school student, especially a serious student, often exceeds that by two or more hours. Why should a 14- to 17- year old have a heavier workload and work expectations than working adults? As a dedicated high school sophomore, I would argue that high school students at Make This Up High School are given far too much homework. Reading a book to a blind person, feeding a debilitated patient in a nursing home, and tutoring a child are all examples of community service projects. Such projects not only help others, they also help build feelings of self-worth and gratification in the volunteer. In fact, volunteering is an important part of life and growing up. HOMEWORK: Tasks & Timeline Have you... Formatted your Word Doc for an essay or letter? Started writing your body paragraphs? Feel free to work ahead on the Tasks & Timeline

  4. Past, Present, Future Tuesday • Persuasive Letter/Essay • Tasks & Timeline • Prewriting • Models • Introductory Paragraph • Snow Days • Persuasive Letter/Essay • Body Paragraphs • Models • Persuasive Letter/Essay Due Friday! (Monday)

  5. While You Work, Show Me… • 2 – 3 annotated articles (with Gathering Information sheets) • 2 completed pre-writing sheets • 4 – 8 sentence introductory paragraph

  6. Persuasion & Manipulation Tuesday Standard 3 Writing and Composition Objectives: You will be able to receive feedback about your introductory paragraph. You will be able to identify elements of a body paragraphs and write your own. Relevance: • Understanding how and why we are being manipulated is critical to our mental and emotional well-being Essential Questions: • How can I use my powers of persuasion for my own good and the good of others? • What are ethos, pathos, logos, kairos? How have you seen them used? • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAsxyffBqm0 • http://literacy.kent.edu/eureka/EDR/1/Write ArguingwithAristotle.pdf HOMEWORK: Write your Body Paragraphs! Feel free to work ahead on the Tasks & Timeline – Concluding paragraph & Works Cited handout is on the front table

  7. Persuasion & Manipulation Tuesday Standard 3 Writing and Composition Objective: you will be able to identify basic parts of body paragraphs in order to write your own. Relevance: • Understanding how and why we are being manipulated is critical to our mental and emotional well-being Essential Questions: • How can I use my powers of persuasion for my own good and the good of others? • What are ethos, pathos, logos, kairos? How have you seen them used? • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAsxyffBqm0 • http://literacy.kent.edu/eureka/EDR/1/Write ArguingwithAristotle.pdf

  8. Activities: Develop & ApplyI Do – We Do Tuesday Purpose:to identify basic parts of body paragraphs in order to write your own. Tasks: After seeing the model (body 1 & 2, not 2&3), • read through your assigned body paragraphs, • respond to questions 1-6, • annotate your text. • Be prepared to share. Outcome: ideas for how to proceed with your own body paragraphs. Standard 3 Writing and Composition Objective: you will be able to identify basic parts of body paragraphs in order to write your own. YOU DO TASK: Write your body paragraphs (2-4)

  9. Please Be Considerate of Others • If you are going into the “Absent?” file drawer and going through the file folders, put all handouts back in the appropriate folder and all file folders in the appropriate order. • If you randomly place handouts and folders in the drawer it makes it more difficult and time consuming for the next person to find the correct handouts.

  10. Period 4 Have out your “stack of stuff” • 2 – 3 annotated articles (with Gathering Information sheets) • 2 completed pre-writing sheets • 4 – 8 sentence introductory paragraph (formatting on back) • 2 – 4 body paragraphs • 4 – 8 sentence conclusion (Editing, Revising, Proofreading on back) • Works Cited Page • Come grab a final Checklist sheet from the front desk We only have the 15 portable computers to share for the first 70 minutes of class. Those without computers at home or who are done handwriting all paragraphs or need final research have “first dibs.”

  11. Hook, Housekeeping & Homework Wednesday/Thursday Read through a Student Model of the Mass Media Summative Compare your returned essay to the model. What did you do well? What could you have improved upon? Return both to front table. HOMEWORK: Tasks & Timeline Have you... • Formatted your Word Doc for an essay or letter? • Written you introductory paragraph? • Finished writing your body paragraphs? • Written your concluding paragraph? Feel free to work ahead on the Tasks & Timeline – Revise, Edit, Proofread, Works Cited, Checklist for final

  12. Past, Present, FutureWednesday/Thursday • 2 – 3 annotated articles (with Gathering Information sheets) • 2 completed pre-writing sheets • 4 – 8 sentence introductory paragraph • Persuasive Letter/Essay • Body Paragraphs & Concluding Paragraph • Work Time! • Period 1 Multi-media • Period 4 Portable • Period 5 Portable • Period 7Multi-media • Persuasive Letter/Essay Due Friday! (Monday)

  13. Persuasion & Manipulation Wednesday/Thursday Standard 3 Writing and Composition Objectives: You will be able to receive feedback about your introductory & body paragraphs. You will be able to identify elements of a concluding paragraph (see handout direction for models) Relevance: • Understanding how and why we are being manipulated is critical to our mental and emotional well-being Essential Questions: • How can I use my powers of persuasion for my own good and the good of others? • What are ethos, pathos, logos, kairos? How have you seen them used? • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAsxyffBqm0 • http://literacy.kent.edu/eureka/EDR/1/Write ArguingwithAristotle.pdf HOMEWORK: Write your Concluding Paragraph & finalize your Works Cited Page! Feel free to work ahead on the Tasks & Timeline – Works Cited handout, Editing handout, & Grading Checklist on front table!

  14. Hook, Housekeeping & Homework Friday Have out your stack of stuff! Tasks & Timeline: Have you... • Formatted your Word Doc for an essay or letter? • Written you introductory paragraph? • Finished writing your body paragraphs? • Written you concluding paragraph? • Revised, edited, and proofread your essay? • Re-worked your Works Cited page? • Gone through the Checklist? Use the Works Cited handout, Editing handout, & Grading Checklist to finalize your essay/letter to turn in at the beginning of class Monday! This is the final day that the essay/letter with Works Cited will be accepted. All Summativesmust be turned in in order to earn English 3 credit!

  15. Past, Present, FutureFriday • 2 – 3 annotated articles (with Gathering Information sheets) • 2 completed pre-writing sheets • 4 – 8 sentence introductory paragraph • 2 – 4 body paragraphs • 4 – 8 sentence concluding paragraph • Works Cited page (2-3 sources) • Persuasive Letter/Essay (Final day to have tasks checked off!) 10 pts. • Revise, Edit, Proofread your essay/letter! • Work Time! • Persuasive Letter/Essay Due Friday! (Monday) • Finals Week In-class • Create a persuasive “ad/flyer” (essay/letter topic, choice novel, surprise topic!) that includes a claim, an appeal to ethos, pathos, logos, kairos, and images, graphics, colors to further influence the audience! • Present this to the class on the day of your final in a 1-2 minute persuasive speech 

  16. Persuasion & Manipulation Friday Standard 3 Writing and Composition Objective:You will be able to finalize your essay. • Content 30 points • Organization 20 points • Style Language 10 points • Works Cited 10 pts. Relevance: • Understanding how and why we are being manipulated is critical to our mental and emotional well-being Essential Questions: • How can I use my powers of persuasion for my own good and the good of others? • What are ethos, pathos, logos, kairos? How have you seen them used? • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAsxyffBqm0 • http://literacy.kent.edu/eureka/EDR/1/Write ArguingwithAristotle.pdf HOMEWORK: Use the Works Cited handout, Editing handout, & Grading Checklist on front table to finalize your essay/letter to turn in at the beginning of class Monday! This is the final day that the essay/letter with Works Cited will be accepted. All Summative must be turned in in order to earn English 3 credit!