I post here daily about what we accomplished in class each day, including handouts and links available to students on my CANVAS site.
Day 36, Sem. 1
After 10 minutes of reading, we went over the punctuation of compound sentences (homework worksheet) and began to learn about complex sentences, specifically the different types of dependent clauses that create complex sentences. Next, students worked again on annotating and understanding the two scenes from Julius Caesar that contain examples of persuasive speech. Once those two scenes were completely annotated, students worked to find examples of persuasion using each of the three appeals: ethos, logos, and pathos.
Homework: Complete the rhetorical devices worksheet by finding one additional example of persuasive speech using ethos, logs, and pathos in either of the two scenes you have annotated. In addition, today is the final day to add a revised version of ACES #3 to the Google portfolio.
Allison Houck, MAT