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Thursday 1.5.17

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Amy Swanson

on 5 January 2017

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Transcript of Thursday 1.5.17

During presentations, you should be quiet and attentive, with nothing on your desk.
Continuing Presentations
Let's define ARGUMENT and what the parts of an argument are...

Use a highlighter to mark important parts of the text.
Use a highlighter to mark the parts of the argument and what they are as we read...
Do Now: Anger
We will now read a second O Henry story to look for elements of irony. Use your highlighter to mark examples of verbal, situational, and dramatic irony.
The Last Leaf
Irony in "The Ransom of Red Chief"
Roots: PictoQuiz
I will now define and exemplify the three types of irony. You will not be required to take notes while viewing the presentation, but rather, will be asked to define and exemplify the three types of irony yourself after the presentation. Keep this goal in mind...
Why Can't I Live on French Fries?
Thursday 1.5.17
Let's share some of our answers from the "Red Chief" close reading questions.

How is this story mainly ironic?
For this activity you'll need three colors of highlighter or marker (lighter colors work best).

Mark the CLAIM of the article with one color.

Mark the SUPPORT for the claim in another color. This is likely to occur in multiple places..

Mark the COUNTERARGUMENTS in yet another color.
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