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  1. Please take out the articles I gave you yesterday 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.

  2. Pathos Article 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.

  3. 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?

  4. When you walk in take out the work you were doing with your partner yesterday, but please don’t sit with your partner until I take attendance.

  5. 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?

  6. “A Change of Heart About Animals” Take out 3 different colored highlighters. As you’re reading: Color 1: highlight words/phrases that are logos. Color 2: highlight words/phrases that are ethos. Color 3: highlight words/phrases that are pathos. The author is trying to insinuate that the reader needs to change their hearts about animals, but most people seem to have a soft spot in their hearts for animals. So, discuss with your partner who the intended audience is for this article and why they need to change their hearts. Write your response on the sheet of paper that you were working on yesterday.

  7. “A Change of Heart About Animals” 1) What is the thesis or main idea of this whole article? 2) Write down all the evidence that the author uses to support their thesis 3) Now go through the article and write down all the "loaded words" : Loaded words and phrases have strong emotional implications and involve strongly positive or negative reactions beyond their literal meaning. For example, the phrase tax relief refers literally to deductions that a person might claim in order to reduce the amount of tax they must pay to their government. However, use of the emotive word relief implies that the tax was an unreasonable burden to begin with. 4) Does the author of this article use more ethos, logos, or pathos? If he uses multiple persuasive styles explain the 2 most used. 5) Which type of persuasive style is most effective on the reader? Explain in a paragraph.

  8. Please put the 2 paragraph homework for “Hope and Glory” on the front table Even if you didn’t finish because some credit is better than no credit.

  9. 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. Reminder: This is due on Monday

  10. “The Most Dangerous Game” • Please take out a clean sheet of paper and label it “The Most Dangerous Game” 1. In regards to hunting, what do you think the word “Game” means? 2. Based on this definition, what is the most dangerous game and why? 3. Give an example of external conflict. 4. Give an example of internal conflict. 5. Give an example of something suspenseful.

  11. Copy the following chart Put an “X” in the column that you believe is most needed for that event. You may use each character trait only once. Turn to the person sitting next to you and share your chart and where you put the X’s. Don’t just show your partner, explain to them why you put the X where you did.

  12. Copy the following chart • Turn your paper over and turn it the long way. Then copy the chart using the whole piece of paper. We will read the story together. Please note, if you are being loud or not transitioning quickly then you will read the story on your own and do all the partner work on your own. Remember how we do reading in this class? We will stop at the bottom of each page of the story, or completion of the paragraph, and you will work with a partner to fill in the chart. We will do the first page together as a class so open your books to page 518. We will have a test on this story at the end so please follow along.