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G9.3R.C3.PO1: Persuasive ElementsSWBAT identify the central argument and the persuasive techniques used.

English 9

Week 1: January 7-11, 2013

spring semester reminders
Spring Semester Reminders
  • NEW Interactive Student Notebook (Daily Journals/Notes)
  • Keep ALL work and organize it in a binder- binder check approx every 2weeks.
  • Late work up to one week late for ½ Credit
    • Essays and Projects lose 10% each day late
  • After School tutoring available; let me know in advance
    • Tentatively: Mondays & Wednesdays 3-4:15pm
  • Test Day for DFA and Vocabulary on Fridays; if you’re planning on being absent take it early, otherwise, be prepared to take it at lunch on Monday (or when you return).
  • 3 passes (less= EC; more=loss in participation grade)
  • Use of Electronic Devices with MY PERMISSION only! Otherwise, they will be confiscated.
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Name

Period

Table of Contents

Pg Date Assign.

Table of Contents

Pg Date Assign.

Table of Contents

Pg Date Assign.

Page # Date

Daily Journal

Write ?

Write Response

Page # Date

Notes

Write it so that YOU will understand.

Will be collected for a grade every Friday, unless otherwise noted.

you will need to understand

Copy into Journal:

“Unit: Persuasive Elements Notes”

Page 1

You Will Need To Understand:
  • Terms

Central Argument Cause and Effect Analogy

Authority (Ethos) Emotion (Pathos) Logic (Logos)

  • Big Ideas

The central argument in a persuasive text is supported by persuasive elements

Understand that the elements of an argument help to identify the purpose of the writing.

  • Essential Questions

What are the elements of a persuasive argument? How do they strengthen an argument?

When is one element more effective than another? How do you identify effective use of persuasive elements?

Persuasive Elements

this week s vocabulary
This Week’s Vocabulary :
  • Over Generalization 
  • Pervasive 
  • Logos
  • Advocacy
  • Ethos
  • Fact
  • Surveillance
  • Disconcerting 
  • Hyperbole
  • Browser
  • Affiliate
  • Anonymity
  • Articulate
  • Cause And Effect
  • Central Argument 
  • Analogy
  • Pathos
daily journal 1 7 january 2013
Daily Journal 1 7 January 2013
  • What is Persuasion?1 How is it used?2 What are some ways that help you accomplish this goal?3 What are some ways that do not help you accomplish this task?4
vocabulary
Vocabulary
  • Complete this week’s vocabulary: Persuasive elements and Is privacy an illusion?
    • Use the definitions in your literature books, starting on page 620.
    • I will give you the following definitions, if you cannot find what they mean outside of your literature book tomorrow: Ethos, Pathos, Logos, Central Argument, Cause and Effect, Analogy

You do not need to have a sentence for these words, but you do need a synonym.

    • Vocabulary Sheets are due TODAY!
this week s vocabulary persuasive elements and is privacy an illusion
This Week’s Vocabulary : Persuasive Elements and Is Privacy an Illusion?
  • Over Generalization 
  • Pervasive 
  • Logos
  • Advocacy
  • Ethos
  • Fact
  • Surveillance
  • Disconcerting 
  • Hyperbole
  • Browser
  • Affiliate
  • Anonymity
  • Articulate
  • Cause And Effect
  • Central Argument 
  • Analogy
  • Pathos
parts of speech review
Parts of Speech Review
  • Paste the Quick Reference to the inside back cover of your journal.
  • Last semester we went over Nouns, Adjectives, Pronouns, Verbs, Prepositions, and briefly conjunctions and adverbs. We will continue to work with these parts of speech as well as learn about the others listed on your quick reference.
  • Now, in your journal, complete the following review. Write down the sentence and identify the correct part of speech for the bolded word(s) in the sentence.
parts of speech review activity
Parts of Speech Review Activity
  • He threw it to him.
  • Schools supply students with an education.
  • Fred threw the oval ball to Tom.
  • We hustled down the hallway before Mr. Wilcox could see we didn’t have our IDs on.
  • Fred threw the oval ball to Tom.

Word Bank

Noun Preposition

Pronoun Conjunction

Verb Interjection

Adjective Adverb

Article

parts of speech review activity1
Parts of Speech Review Activity

Word Bank

Noun Preposition

Pronoun Conjunction

Verb Interjection

Adjective Adverb

Article

  • The bride calmly walked down the aisle.
  • I like apples, but I dislike apple juice
  • Groups of students leisurely walked around the track.
  • The most popular instrument is the guitar.
  • The most popular instrument is the guitar.
  • My anxiety is great this morning.
  • I like hiking, swimming, and sewing
parts of speech review activity answers
Parts of Speech Review Activity ANSWERS

1. He threw it to him.

PRONOUN- the words are taking place of nouns, specific names of people and things:

He= Bob It= Frisbee Him= John

2. Schools supply students with an education.

NOUN- the word is a thing and is preceded by an article

3. Fred threw the oval ball to Tom.

ADJECTIVE- the word describes what type of ball.

4. We hustled down the hallway before Mr. Wilcox could see we didn’t have our IDs on.

VERB- it is the action that “we” is doing.

5. Fred threw the oval ball to Tom.

PREPOSITION- it tells the relationship of the ball and Tom.

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6. The bride calmly walked down the aisle.

ADVERB- the word describes how the action (walk)

7. I like apples, but I dislike apple juice

CONJUNCTION- the word connects the two topics “like” and “dislike”

8. Groups of students leisurely walked around the track.

PREPOSITION- describes the relationship between the verb (walk) and noun (track).

9. The most popular instrument is the guitar.

ARTICLES/ADJECTIVES- describing which (a specific) noun (instrument, guitar).

10. The most popular instrument is the guitar.

ADVERB- describing the adjective “popular”.

11. My anxiety is great this morning.

NOUN- it is an abstract (cannot touch) noun (idea)

12. I like hiking, swimming, and sewing

CONJUNCTION- connects the different actions.

daily journal 2 8 january 2013
Daily Journal 2 8 January 2013
  • Is Privacy an illusion? Do you think that your privacy is at risk in today’s society? Give at least 2 reasons (Topic Sentence) to support your answer and include an example for each (Concrete Detail) and then explain how your example supports your CD (Commentary). You must pick one side (either you think your privacy IS at risk or IS Not at risk).

Example:

Yes, I think our privacy is at risk because technology allows people to retrieve your personal information without your knowledge. For example, a company I frequently purchase items from online was recently hacked and a few days later I received a letter from the company and then from my bank explaining that the hackers retrieved customer’s credit card information and that they were giving me a new credit card, number, and account privacy settings. This shows that, due to technology, which we often contribute to making our life easier, actually allowed someone to invade my privacy and attain personal information without my knowledge and, if the company hadn’t realized it so quickly could have ruined my credit and finances- who knows what else they could have done!

persuasive elements definitions
Persuasive Elements Definitions
  • Go over the definitions of each persuasive element and identify examples of each.
  • Due TODAY
read literature selections
Read Literature selections
  • Open your books to page 622. Make sure you are following along and answering the questions within your packet.
    • Answer in complete sentences
    • Include proper in-text citations (Iast #).
vocabulary check
Vocabulary Check
  • Ethos- Ethics, right vs wrong, convincing people that you are trustworthy, authority
  • Pathos- Emotions
  • Logos- Logic, using statistics and facts (or quotes)
  • Central Argument- your claim or thesis; what you are trying to convince readers
  • Overgeneralizations- Stereotype, making a general statement that applies to a group of people based off of information you’ve gathered from one or two people.
  • Analogy- trying to compare two different things

*Check the rest in your literature books starting on p620!

daily journal 3 p 5 9 january 2013
Daily Journal 3 p.59 January 2013
  • Have you, or anyone you know, ever had your privacy invaded?
    • If yes, explain how and what they did after they found out.
    • If no, think of what you would do if you ever had your privacy invaded.
  • Do you think there is anything you can do to make yourself a less likely candidate of privacy invasion? Explain your answer.
read literature selections1
Read Literature selections
  • Open your books to page 622. Make sure you are following along and answering the questions within your packet.
    • Answer in complete sentences
    • Include proper in-text citations (Iast #).
daily journal 4 10 january 2013
Daily Journal 410 January 2013
  • Complete the Vocabulary in Context pg 632 (lit bk)
  • Label each section and write out the questions and answers for each of the three sections.
vocabulary review
Vocabulary Review
  • Complete the vocabulary searches.
  • These are due at the end of the hour!
  • VOCABULARY TEST TOMORROW!
    • Spelling
    • Definitions
    • Synonyms
    • How to use it in a sentence
types of sentences
Types of Sentences
  • Complete the worksheets on the different types of sentences.
  • Due TODAY!
daily journal 1 pg 7 14 january 2013 wk2
Daily Journal 1 pg 714 January 2013 wk2
  • Make a list of items/products that you think schools should have available to help students learn. They can be things that might not exist yet, but you think should be made.
  • Explain what the item is and how it would be beneficial to students.

Example:

Schools should provide students with hand held computers that allow them to complete their work and immediately upload their assignments to a file for teachers to access. This would allow students to be able to complete work faster, access notes quickly, stay organized, and provide students with the technology needed to take down notes exactly as the teacher provides them through pictures or recordings of lectures.

argumentative essay
Argumentative Essay
  • Turn to page 594 in literature books
    • Read essay sample and answer questions identifying different aspects of an argument.
top 10 ads
Top 10 Ads
  • In your notebooks:
    • Identify who the target audience is. (Who are the advertisers trying to get to buy the product?)
    • Identify
daily journal 2 15 january 2013
Daily Journal 215 January 2013
  • What factors influence marketing? Create a web identifying each and showing how they are connected to one another.
  • What do you think is/are the most effective factors in marketing a product to the audience? Explain.
ads activity
Ads Activity
  • You will be creating a product that you feel would be beneficial to students. (due tomorrow)
    • Product Name
    • Target audience- For Students, Bought by Administrators
    • Picture/Design
    • Summary of product.
    • Persuasive Techniques you will use to advertise
  • You will then be writing a persuasive letter to Mr. Scully, convincing him to purchase your product. (due next wk)
daily journal 3 16 january 2013
Daily Journal 316 January 2013

Look at each of the following mediums and rank them in order of which ones you believe to be the most persuasive, the top being the most effective medium for persuasion. Make sure you give a brief description for each, explaining why you believe each to be more or less effective.

  • Public Service Announcement
  • Billboard
  • Television Commercial
  • Music/Song
  • Television Show/Series
  • Film
  • Radio Advertisement
  • Magazines
  • Outdoor or Transit Advertisements
  • Speech
  • Text Messages
  • Book
  • Clothing Logos
  • Essay
  • Newspaper
  • Email
  • Direct Mail
  • Website
ads activity1
Ads Activity
  • You will be creating a product that you feel would be beneficial to students. (due tomorrow)
    • Product Name
    • Target audience- For Students, Bought by Administrators
    • Picture/Design
    • Summary of product.
    • Persuasive Techniques you will use to advertise
  • You will then be writing a persuasive letter to Mr. Scully, convincing him to purchase your product. (due next wk)
product example ipad
Product Example: IPad
  • http://www.apple.com/education/ipad/
daily journal 4 17 january 2013
Daily Journal 417 January 2013
  • Write one paragraph that includes the one reason why your product will help students. Follow a standard essay and label each section:

Example:

iPad inspires creativity and hands-on learning with features you won’t find in any other educational tool. TSPowerful apps like iBooks let students engage with content in interactive ways, find information in an instant, and access an entire library wherever they go. CDStudents can interact with the content and get answers quickly to questions they might have while reading a story. This not only enhances their learning, but they have fun while doing it. CMThere’s no other tool that offers such a personalized and exciting learning environment. CS

Topic Sentence Concrete Detail

Commentary Concluding Sentence

ads activity2
Ads Activity
  • You will be creating a product that you feel would be beneficial to students. (due tomorrow)
    • Product Name
    • Target audience- For Students, Bought by Administrators
    • Picture/Design
    • Summary of product.
    • Persuasive Techniques you will use to advertise
  • You will then be writing a persuasive letter to Mr. Scully, convincing him to purchase your product. (due next wk)
daily journals are due now
Daily Journals are due NOW
  • Make sure your table of contents is completed and EACH page has the following: pg #, title, date
daily journal 1 wk3 23 january 2013
Daily Journal 1wk323 January 2013

Part 1:

  • Correct the following sentence: (4 corrections)

Would you borrow me the book of yours who learns a person how to juggle.

Part 2:

Define the following:

  • Hook
  • Thesis
  • Topic Sentence
  • Concrete Detail
  • Commentary
  • Concluding Sentence
daily journal 1 corrected
Daily Journal 1 CORRECTED

Part 1:

  • Correct the following sentence: (4 corrections)

Would you lend me the book of yours that teaches a person how to juggle?

Part 2:

Define the following:

  • Hook- grabs readers attention
  • Thesis- last sentence that states idea of paragraph
  • Topic Sentence- states what paragraph is about
  • Concrete Detail- specific example or quote/ supporting detail
  • Commentary- explanation of CD and how it proves TS and Thesis
  • Concluding Sentence- Wraps up main point of paragraph
persuasive business letter
Persuasive Business Letter
  • Formatting
  • Student Example Activity
  • Go over prompt, brainstorming, and rough drafts
  • Rough Draft Outline due TOMORROW
daily journal 2 wk3 25 january 2013
Daily Journal 2wk325 January 2013

Part 1:

  • Correct the following sentence: (6 corrections)

All is good with those to who I have spoken, accept the young woman working in siberia.

daily journal 2 wk3 25 january 20131
Daily Journal 2wk325 January 2013

Part 1:

  • Correct the following sentence: (4 corrections)

All is well with those to whom I have spoken, except the young woman working in Siberia.

persuasive business letter1
Persuasive Business Letter
  • Formatting
  • Student Example Activity
  • Go over prompt, brainstorming, and rough drafts
  • Rough Draft Typed due TOMORROW
daily journal 3 wk4 28 january 2013
Daily Journal 3wk428 January 2013

Part 1:

  • Correct the following sentence: (5 corrections)

55 years ago, in 1950, the United States had seventy % of all cars, buses and trucks in the hole world.

daily journal 3 corrected 28 january 2013
Daily Journal 3CORRECTED28 January 2013

Part 1:

  • Correct the following sentence: (5 corrections)

Fifty-five years ago, in 1950, the United States had 70percent of all cars, buses, and trucks in the whole world.

projects
Projects
  • Your projects are due at the START of class TOMORROW.
  • You will be presenting TOMORROW in class!
    • Remember all you get to say is your summary. The rest is up to your ads/commercials.
    • You must include at least 2 types of persuasive techniques within your projects and I must be able to identify them without you telling me.
    • Your commercials cannot exceed 1 minute in length.
    • All of your group members must be present to receive presentation points.
clauses phrases
Clauses & Phrases

Clauses

  • A clause is a subject and a predicate working together.

ExamplesItook the dog to the park.The example has one subject, I, and one predicate, took. Since they are working together to form a comprehensible sentence, this sentence has one clause.

Ilove learning, so Ispend a lot of time reading.This example has two predicates: love and spend. Since they are each working together with separate subjects, this sentence has two clauses.

Dependent Clauses

  • A clause that cannot stand on its own (incomplete sentence).
    • Write an example

Independent Clauses

  • A clause that is a complete sentence.
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Phrases

  • A phrase is a group of words related to the subject, predicate, or object. Phrases do not contain a subject and a predicate, or we would call them clauses. Phrases provide additional information about subjects, predicates, and / or objects, and understanding how they work is helpful to building an analyzing sentences.

Examples

After working late into the night, Jack fell asleep on his desk.The emboldened portion of the sentence exemplifies the phrase. It provides additional information about our subject, Jack, but the sentence does not require this information to be grammatically complete.

daily journal 4 wk4 29 january 2013
Daily Journal 4wk429 January 2013

Part 1:

  • Correct the following sentence: (4 corrections)

I no several palindromes (words or phrases that read the same backward or forward) but the one I think is real amazing is this a man, a plan, a canal- Panama.

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Unit Essential Questions:

What are the elements of a persuasive argument? How do they strengthen an argument?

When is one element more effective than another? How do you identify effective use of persuasive elements?

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G9.3R.C3.PO3: Fallacious ReasoningSWBAT identify unsupported inferences or fallacious reasoning within a persuasive text.

English 9

Week 4: January 30- February 1, 2013

daily journal 5 wk4 30 january 2013
Daily Journal 5wk430January 2013

Part 1:

  • Correct the following sentence: (7 corrections)

“Go lay down Rufus” said Tomas. You’re doggy desert will be already in a minute.”

you will need to understand1

Copy into Journal:

“Unit: Persuasive Elements Notes”

You Will Need To Understand:
  • Terms

Unsupported Inferences Fallacious Reasoning

Circular Reasoning False Causality Over-generalization

Over-simplification Self-Contradiction

  • Big Ideas

Unsupported inferences detract from central arguments.

Identifying these will help you evaluate the author’s message

Integrity of the argument is confirmed when fallacies are ID and removed

  • Essential Questions

What are examples of fallacious reasoning? How do they affect the central argument? Why are they used?

In what contexts are fallacies used most often? How can they be identified and evaluated?

clauses phrases1
Clauses & Phrases

Clauses

  • A clause is a subject and a predicate working together.

ExamplesItook the dog to the park.The example has one subject, I, and one predicate, took. Since they are working together to form a comprehensible sentence, this sentence has one clause.

Ilove learning, so Ispend a lot of time reading.This example has two predicates: love and spend. Since they are each working together with separate subjects, this sentence has two clauses.

Dependent Clauses

  • A clause that cannot stand on its own (incomplete sentence).
    • Write an example

Independent Clauses

  • A clause that is a complete sentence.
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Phrases

  • A phrase is a group of words related to the subject, predicate, or object. Phrases do not contain a subject and a predicate, or we would call them clauses. Phrases provide additional information about subjects, predicates, and / or objects, and understanding how they work is helpful to building an analyzing sentences.

Examples

After working late into the night, Jack fell asleep on his desk.The emboldened portion of the sentence exemplifies the phrase. It provides additional information about our subject, Jack, but the sentence does not require this information to be grammatically complete.

tip to remember
Tip to Remember
  • When connecting to independent clauses within a sentence, you can separate them with a comman and a coordinating conjunction:
  • F A N B O Y S

or

nd

or

ut

et

o

r

types of sentences1
Types of sentences
  • Read each definition and underline key words to help you remember.
  • Then, annotate definitions to further clarify and deepen understanding.
  • Complete Worksheet. Due TODAY.
daily journal 6 wk4 31 january 2013
Daily Journal 6wk431 January 2013
  • Remember:

Clause- contains both a subject (noun or pronoun) and a predicate (verb).

-Dependent- incomplete sentence

-Independent- complete sentence

Phrase- does not contain, both a subject and a predicate

Decide whether or not the following sentences are clauses or phrases. Explain your answers.

  • When the train arrived at the station
  • They hate politics
  • Rode the bus to Jersey
editing
Editing
  • Student Sample- Students will read along and help analyze them for accuracy.
  • Point out strengths and weaknesses, organization, and word choice.

Students will be given back their RD outlines with my comments and will make changes on the computer following rubric guidelines  Due THIS hour!

peer review
Peer Review
  • Edit- You will be assigned partners to go over the letters, paragraph by paragraph making corrections and suggestions.
  • Share- Students will share ideas with author and clarify any confusing remarks for each paragraph.
final drafts
Final Drafts
  • Revise- type final drafts making corrections. Print when finished. Keep for highlighting tomorrow
  • If you finish early:
    • Come and get the following worksheets:

Inferences 3&4 w/s

Fallacious Reasoning Intro w/s

reminders
Reminders:
  • Due dates for:

Final Draft on Friday 2/1

Binder Check on Friday 2/1

Daily Journals Wk 3-4 on Friday 2/1

Make up work/tests at lunch- Sign H.B.