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Copy of The Steps of Argumentative Writing

Prezi for Argument Writing: Day 1 Lesson
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Transcript of Copy of The Steps of Argumentative Writing

The Steps of Writing an Argument
What is argument writing?
Definition: Formal writing that logically shows why a position, belief, or conclusion is valid.

Purposes:
- To change a reader's POINT OF VIEW
- To EVALUATE an issue or problem
- To CREATE CHANGE in the reader or world
The Claim
Evidence
Warrant
What should we do first when writing an argument?
What can we do while reading to help write our argument in the future?
Why should we look for text evidence while reading?
PATHOS
ETHOS
Does this sound familiar?
LOGOS
12 MINUTES EACH STATION
PRACTICE CLAIM EVIDENCE WARRANT
A single sentence which states an opinion, idea,or belief
Definition
Picture based note taking more beneficial to students than traditional note taking.
Example
AKA : Thesis, hypothesis, argument
Refers to proof or facts
that support your claim.
Definition
" In 2009 the Hartford study showed drawing pictures with words addressed the needs of the visual learners"
Warrant is the
reasoning that connects
the claim to the evidence
Definition
Example
Picture based note taking addresses 2/3 learning styles making it more
effective than copying words.
Small Groups -types of Warrants
wAYS TO APPEAL
sHOULD CELL PHONES BE ALLOWED IN SCHOOL ?
Do Now: Make an inference about
the architect who designed this .
How is this a form of expression?
objective
Claim Evidence Warrant &Buiding Background
Review the following Video

What is the claim?

What appeal did this commercial use?

PATHOS
LOGOS
Example
Dishwashing Commercial
Down Dixie Cartoon
Make an Inference about the 1930's based on the commercials.
How are people dressed, how are races portrayed, what are people called?
Wednesday 9/10
Intro To Part-Time Indian
objective: Students will analyze the negative impact of main stream education when it conflicts with the learners culture.
Copy the definition
Answer the questions in your notebook.
TWBAT- identify the thee main types of appeal when writing a persuasive piece
What kind of appeal is Douglass using?
What is his claim>
What is the
Authors claim

What type
appeal is he using
How does this clip also reflect the stereotypes that Alexi faced?
How does society’s expectation impact the author?
As we read: looking for the indirect argument Alexi is making about his education as a Native.
Stop N Jot

That was Randy, my soon-to-be first and best friend, who taught me the most valuable lesson about living in the white world: Always throw the first punch
.

What is Alexi saying about white culture?
Stop N Jot
“But I was saying good-bye to my tribe, to all the Indian girls and women I might have loved, to all the Indian men who might have called me cousin, even brother,”


Why does Alexi feel like he is betraying his culture?

How does this address social expectations?

Stereotypes and Social Expectations
What kind of Music
do Native American musicians make ?
How were your ideas of Native
American music different from "The Rez Crew"?

Where did you get your ideas from ?

Turn and Talk
Double Consiousness
"double-consciousness is this sense of looking at one’s self through the eyes of others."
then tell me what this means in your own words.
Copy the quote
Small Group Reading
Read the text out loud in your groups. 10 minutes
Highlight the stereotypes Pyrillis faced? {atleast 5}


Write down: Compare these to the stereotypes that Alexi faced.
Lenderhosen
tUES sEPT 16
DO NOW:

Why didn't anyone pay attention
to their dreams? Use the text superman and
Me to support your answer.
stop N Jot
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