Tag Archives: Rhetorical Analysis

RW4CB: Final Exam Writing Portion

We took the writing portion of our final exam today. You had the hour and the hour only to write a rhetorical analysis essay based on the article given to you. If you were absent, you must schedule a make-up … Continue reading

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R&W: Essay Prep with TFA Articles

You first worked to finish identifying, using the chart I distributed yesterday, the rhetorical strategies and potential fallacies of rhetoric utilized in the article. This was used as practice for Thursday. I then assigned each of you one of the … Continue reading

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R&W: SSR Presentations, Vocab/Grammar Quiz, and Fallacies of Rhetoric, cont.

We first did our SSR project mini-presentations. Afterwards, you took your vocab week #8/grammar quiz before we finished the intro to rhetorical fallacies PowerPoint from last week. You will have a quiz on these fallacies of rhetoric on Wednesday before … Continue reading

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R&W: Wrap up to RA Intro Work

We first wrapped up Ken Robinson’s TED Talk regarding the lack of creativity in schools and worked to discuss the ways in which his 20 minute speech displayed Ethos, Logos, or Pathos, and also what his motive/purpose was. From there, … Continue reading

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R&W: Rhetorical Analysis Intro

We spent the first part of the hour submitting our MLA research essays to the inbox before you wrote down the week 7 vocab in your notebooks. From there we moved into this PowerPoint, and we took notes in our … Continue reading

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R&W: Rhetorical Analysis

We finished up our rhetorical analysis group work today with the TFA articles from yesterday (we also had a bell work yesterday after I returned your notebooks that dealt with your opinion regarding what the purpose might be for us … Continue reading

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R&W: Notebooks, Vocab and 20%

We first finished up the logical fallacy notes (PowerPoint in previous post) from yesterday before submitting our notebooks, and taking our week 4 vocab quiz. Afterwards, you worked on your 20% project and completed an exit slip by the end … Continue reading

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