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Tuesday 1.5.16

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Tuesday 1.5.16
Do Now: Ambition
Copy the quote and author completely and accurately. Then, respond in a meaningful manner.
Roots Brainstorm
Here are the rules:
1. Only school appropriate words will be admitted.
2. No words from anywhere on the front side of the roots handout. Any words that appear on the handout will be counted as a -5 .
3. No made-up or silly words. These will also be -5.
4. No multiple forms of the same words.

Research Simulation: Argument
I know you're not happy about it, but we are going to do another argumentative research simulation in order to solidify (make more solid) our understanding of the structure and format of this type of paper.

This paper will be about school start times. We will begin by reading the essay prompt. Then, we'll read the two opposing articles on the subject. During our first read, we'll focus only on choosing a side.
Second Read with Annotation
Now, we'll read the two articles a second time with our essay plan in mind.

As we read the articles this second time, use highlighters to mark
evidence and reasoning that supports your claim
as well as
evidence and reasoning you could use in your counterargument.
Place highlighted evidence in your T-Chart
Now, use what you highlighted to fill evidence and counterarguments into your T-Chart.

For each piece of evidence you place in the chart, you should include a citation (paragraph number).
Brooklyn-born, Frank Tyger spent most of his career at the Trenton (NJ) Times (known today as the Times of Trenton). At the paper Frank wore many hats including editorial cartoonist, humorist, columnist and Promotion Manager, earning him the nickname of "Mr. Times" amongst his colleagues and the Trenton community.

Frank's editorial work focused on national and social issues of the day, and celebrated the humor and positive side of the human spirit. His work appeared in The Times, and was reprinted both nationally and internationally in other newspapers and magazines.

Frank passed away on May 2, 2011 at the age of 81 after a courageous battle with Parkinson's disease.
The best diet advice is: "No thyself"
A look at their domes makes it obvious that as men grow older they become hard of hairing.
There is no greater loan than a sympathetic ear.
In every triumph there's a lot of try.
Doing what you like is freedom. Liking what you do is happiness.
Oil spills are the grime of the century.
Modesty is the triumph of mind over flattery.
The most important thing to do in solving a problem is to begin.
Goodwill cannot be purchased, it must be earned.
Be optimistic: It's the best droop therapy.
Do patients in an acupuncturist's office wait on pins and needles?
In times of emergency, always say nothing doing to doing nothing.
Rent is dollars for quarters.
Most political speeches are unbelieveabull.
Are winter temperatures measured with a brrrometer?
Can cutting the grass be called lawndering?
Junk is the stuff we throw away. Stuff is the junk we keep.
A sense of humor cushions the potholes on the road of life.

You will have 5 minutes once groups are formed.
Let's number the paragraphs before
we read...
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