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Transcript of 10 10/6
A World At School
Copy down the Unit and Lesson EQs
Take out your personal essays
Respond to the following prompt in your notes:
Explain the quote: "That which doesn't kill us makes us stronger."
Make a connection between the quote and your life.
How do your experiences help both yourself and others?
Tuesday, October 6th
If you are reading an article about education, who would you expect to be the author? Why?
If a family member of yours is sick and you want to find a doctor, how would you determine who you choose?
Turn and Talk
Turn to your partner to discuss the do now question
Explain the quote "That which doesn't kill us makes us stronger."
Make a connection between the quote and your life. How do your experiences help both yourself and others?
An author's use of credibility to persuade the reader
What makes someone a credible source?
Provide an example of a topic that you would be a credible source for
Consider the do now: when giving advice to others, what must you address?
stop and jot
Establishing your authority on the subject
Giving the reader your resume
about the speech
Taliban: religious dictatorship dedicated to carrying out the laws of Islam (bye bye Western influence)
Annotate the text
Fill in graphic organizer
How does Malala establish ethos as a leader for education?
How was Malala's identity influenced by her communities?