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  1. 1. If you have the bottom of the syllabus signed then please put it on the front table. 2. If you were absent yesterday then please get an article and syllabus from the front table. Please take out the articles I gave you yesterday

  2. Take out a clean sheet of paper. • Using the 2 articles that I gave you yesterday please answer each question in 3-4 sentences. Use facts from the articles to support your answers. • If you were in my period 2 or 5 class before yesterday then please come see me so I can print you the list of questions from before. Ethos, Logos and Pathos

  3. Ethos article 1. When you read an article what kind of image do you expect the author to have? 2. For you, what types of words/phrases affect your image when you’re in an interview? 3. When you fill out an application, what effect do misspelled words or grammatical errors have on your image? 4. What are some things you can do in your life to protect your image, especially at a time when you’re so visible due to technology?

  4. 1. In your own words give an example of how someone could use logic to persuade someone. 2. In regards to logos, what is the value of education when presenting yourself to others, especially future employers? 3. Which type of argument makes for a stronger position on a topic, a “Logos” argument or an “Ethos” argument? Logos Article

  5. 1. The article states that anger is the strongest emotion used to persuade. Do you agree or disagree with this and why? 2. Who do you think is most susceptible to emotional persuasion? Explain. 3. Do you think it is unfair or deceptive to use our emotions to try to persuade us to do something or change the way we think? Explain. 4. What is the danger of using pure emotion to make important decisions? Is there another form of persuasion that you should also employ when making life decisions? Explain. Pathos Article

  6. When you walk in take out your mini paragraphs on Ethos and Logos. • Today we will add Pathos and you will be complete

  7. “Three Ways to Persuade” • Please read the second article on Pathos. • Respond to each of the following questions in 3-5 complete sentences using at least 1 quote from the text. 1. The article states that anger is the strongest emotion used to persuade. Do you agree or disagree with this and why? 2. Who do you think is most susceptible to emotional persuasion? Explain. 3. Do you think it is unfair or deceptive to use our emotions to try to persuade us to do something or change the way we think? Explain. 4. What is the danger of using pure emotion to make important decisions? Is there another form of persuasion that you should also employ when making life decisions? Explain.

  8. A Change of Heart About Animals • Using a person next to you, take out 1 sheet of paper and put both of your names on it. • Discuss each question and then answer each question together in 4-5 sentences. 1) What does it mean to have a "change of heart"? 2) What are some common ideas or feelings people have about animals? 3) What kinds of things might cause someone to change his or her ideas or feelings about animals? 4) What is a vegetarian or a vegan? What are their feelings about eating animals and why? 5) What is an animal rights activist? What are some ways they fight for animal's rights? 6) Do you think they are always looking at our best interests when they're fighting?

  9. Please put the 2 paragraph homework for “Hope and Glory” on the front table

  10. 1. Topic sentence (respond to the question in a complete sentence) • Par 1: What is Nelson Mandela's greatest challenge as the new president of South Africa? • Par 2: How are these challenges (from question 1) similar to challenges that the U.S. must face? 2. Quote: “…………” (pg. #). 3. Explain the quote. Explain how the quote answers the question in your topic sentence. 4. Quote: “…………” (pg. #). 5. Explain the quote. Explain how the quote answers the question in your topic sentence. 6. Concluding sentence (final thought on the topic)

  11. Pre Assessment

  12. Vocabulary • Please write down the following words: For homework: you will need to define each word, write each word in your own sentence, and write a synonym. Please open your books to page 17. You will see the definitions of some of these words. Please write them down. The rest are your responsibility