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Logic year 1 week 3
Transcript of Logic year 1 week 3
this week's fallacies
Appeal to fear
Appeal to fear
Appeal to pity
Logos, Pathos, Ethos
Inductive and deductive reasoning
learn inductive reasoning through Bible study
Part to whole: What to "bring in" for understanding
Inductive reasoning vs Deductive reasoning
Deductive reasoning took our whole (what we wanted the "bot" to do, and broke it down into parts so that we could better understand, and communicate (via programming language) the smaller things that must be done for the whole to be accompished.
Due October 17
Day 1 Read “Fallacy 7: Mob Appeal” and “Fallacy 8: Snob Appeal.” Do the Cumulative Fallacy Worksheet. pages 69–79
Day 2 Chapter 2 Mid–Chapter Quiz (from The Art of Argument Teacher’s Edition) TE page 234
Day 3 Read “Fallacy 9: Appeal to Illegitimate Authority,” do the Fallacy Discussion, pages 80–86
HIGH SCHOOL: With your parents, choose a short passage of scripture and do an inductive Bible study on it. When you turn it in next week, include answers to the questions, who, what, when, where, and why on this passage. This is not an essay! Short answers to those questions are perfectly fine. Do cite any sources that you "bring in" to help you understand the passage. (maps, Bible history books, notes in your Bible etc..)
collect tests and projects
1) hand out Worksheet 5
2) House project:
Read worksheet 5. Construct
a political ad using the techniques of ethos, pathos, and logos. These will be recorded next week during house time, and shared next week. They will also be shared with parents on google drive so, make them good. Win the house point!
part to whole thinking
Acts 1: 1-11
The end of the story of Jesus
What are we told about this
that is important?
approx. 60 ad to 125 ad
why do we need to know this?
(context: worse than a dog or a woman?)
where is this story taking place?
Lots of why questions...
Why was this book written?
Why were they in Jerusalem?
how do we know what we know about acts?
inductive reasoning took the "whole" (the Bible passage) and "brought in" the answers to the questions "who, what, when, where, why and how" to facilitate better understanding."
(You can get the answers to those questions from Bible maps, notes in your study Bible, histories, books about Biblical culture and custom, commentaries etc... (use commentaries last, after prayerfully formulating your own understanding)