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E3: Revolutionary America

Ben Franklin, Patrick Henry, Thomas Paine
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on 5 November 2012

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PSAT
TESTING Writing Center The Crucible Wrap-Up

Of Plymouth Plantation AFTERNOON PEP RALLY 12:15 DISMISSAL
END OF FIRST QUARTER X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X OCTOBER 2012 The Autobiography
of
Benjamin Franklin Patrick Henry's
"Speech to the Virginia Convention" "The Crisis" (excerpt)
by Thomas Paine Thomas Jefferson:
"The Declaration of Independence" Q1 FINAL
EXAM first quarter
grade recap /
essay review Warm-Up: What were your reactions to reading "Of Plymouth Plantation?"
Be honest. Character: John Proctor
Rebecca Nurse
Giles Corey
Elizabeth Proctor
John Hale Possible Flaws? INTRODUCTION

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CONCLUSION Strengths Flaws Fate SINGLE CHARACTER ESSAY Every paragraph should contain a direct quote from the play or paraphrased text excerpt that supports your claim. INTRODUCTION

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CONCLUSION Character #1 TWO CHARACTER ESSAY Every paragraph should contain a direct quote from the play or paraphrased text excerpt that supports your claim. INTRODUCTION

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CONCLUSION Character #1 Character #2 Character #3 THREE CHARACTER ESSAY Every paragraph should contain a direct quote from the play or paraphrased text excerpt that supports your claim. strengths, weaknesses, and fate strengths, weaknesses, and fate strengths, weaknesses, and fate strengths weaknesses } } Character #2 strengths weaknesses CRUCIBLE ESSAY DUE You will need to purchase this book by November 9. TIPS FOR STRUCTURING YOUR ESSAY Include relevant quotes from "The Crucible" and any religious texts from this time period. every essay will need to provide solid (counter)arguments that account for a character's flaws! MLA Format Reminders: "This is a direct quote" (Author 147). John Doe
Mr. Meehan
English 3, Period 2
October 19, 2012 Works Cited pages should list all of the scholarly works used in your research (NOT Sparknotes). Any paraphrased information that includes details from the text should also receive a proper citation (Author 182). Header goes in top left corner Title is Centered The first line of each paragraph is indented using the TAB key. Your

entire paper should be double-spaced. The easiest way to do this is to

hit "Ctrl+A" to highlight all, then "Ctrl+2" to double space (or "Ctrl+1" to

single space your document). Times New Roman size 12.
Use same font throughout! Titles of BOOKS or PLAYS should be ITALICIZED or UNDERLINED. Warm-Up: Do you have any last-minute questions on "The Crucible" or the essay that's due for tomorrow? persona the person who is understood to be speaking a particular work. The persona is almost always distinct in some way from the author Eat not to dullness; drink not to elevation.


Speak not but what may benefit others or yourself; avoid trifling conversation.


Let all your things have their places; let each part of your business have its time.


Resolve to perform what you ought; perform without fail what you resolve.


Make no expense but to do good to others or yourself, i.e., waste nothing.


Lose no time; be always employed in something useful; cut off all unnecessary actions.
Use no hurtful deceit; think innocently and justly, and, if you speak, speak accordingly.


Wrong none by doing injuries or omitting the benefits that are your duty.


Avoid extremes; forbear resenting injuries so much as you think they deserve.


Tolerate no uncleanliness in body, clothes, or habitation.


Be not disturbed at trifles, or at accidents common or unavoidable.


Rarely use venery but for health or offspring, never to dullness, weakness, or the injury of your own or another's peace or reputation.


Imitate Jesus and Socrates. Temperance Silence Order Resolution Frugality Industry Sincerity Justice Moderation Cleanliness Tranquility Chastity Humility Benjamin Franklin's 13 VIRTUES to Arrive at Moral Perfection ETHOS PATHOS LOGOS appeal to credibility appeal to emotion appeal to reason speaker's experience, awards, first-hand knowledge feelings, personal reactions, audience's biases fact-based message, argument is inherently sound Aristotle's Three Argumentative Appeals
(a.k.a. "The Rhetorical Triangle" Which of the three methods of persuasion do you believe to be the most effective? Explain your thinking in a well-reasoned academic paragraph. Warm-Up ETHOS PATHOS LOGOS appeal to credibility appeal to emotion appeal to reason speaker's experience, awards, first-hand knowledge feelings, personal reactions, audience's biases fact-based message, argument is inherently sound Aristotle's Three Argumentative Appeals
(a.k.a. "The Rhetorical Triangle" Open your textbooks to page 99. : ethos : pathos : logos : What is the most effective way to spread and/or advertise a message in today's society? Warm-Up: ETHOS PATHOS LOGOS appeal to credibility appeal to emotion appeal to reason speaker's experience, awards, first-hand knowledge feelings, personal reactions, audience's biases fact-based message, argument is inherently sound Aristotle's Three Argumentative Appeals
(a.k.a. "The Rhetorical Triangle" Open your textbooks to page 89. Group 1:

Group 2:

Group 3: Group 4:

Group 5:

Group 6: "I have as little..." "I once felt all..." "America did not," "Quitting this class..." "There are cases..." "I thank God..." Obama: $31 million spent Romney: $8.1 million spent source - Huffington Post http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/19/2012-ads_n_1808383.html Digital Advertising through June, 2012 Notable 2012 Election Finance Statistics source - New York Times http://elections.nytimes.com/2012/campaign-finance Q1 Exam 75 questions - character ID
- True / False
- vocabulary
- key quotes
- timeline Wednesday, October 24 (open notes)
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