Students are reading the comic Borb and examining the visual argument presented by the author. Students will create a REHUGO for this comic.
Using varies documents that explain logical fallacies, students are going to identify logical fallacies in George Bush's 9/11 speech.
Students played the socrative word game and completed the worksheet to review for the vocab assessment (either this Friday or next Monday).
Students are reading and annotating the Gettysburg address.
Students will then complete the REHUGO work we practiced on Patrick Henry. This work remains in the binder.
If I am not back for your assessment on Friday, Nov. 30, it will be moved to Monday Dec. 3rd. :)
Below is the rubric for your novel essay.
Students are using the chrome books to work on their essays.
Remember that you need your school gmail in order to log on. AND make sure you share your work in a google doc so I can give feedback.
We are taking one small step toward writing an argumentative essay with the existing work students did with Patrick Henry's Speech in the Virginia Convention.
We are discussing the REHUGO process and writing one paragraph.
Students took their 3rd AP multiple choice practice.
Attached is the chart for scoring.
We are in the LIBRARY today learning how/where to conduct research on the school's databases for the novel essay. The file is below if you need a reference.
In addition, vocab was assigned for homework. Being that it is Tuesday, it is due on Thursday.
Thursday is also my last day for the rest of the month, so make sure you turn it in!
Students reexamined the Patrick Henry speech that we read yesterday, and applied the Toulmin model for argumentation.
For homework, students are to read chapters 11 and 14 from Everything's an Argument. This is to be read by THURSDAY.