Logical Evidence - Auburn School District

Report
January 12, 2015
1. Check in on EA 2.1
 New due date: Tomorrow, Tue, Jan 13th
 Staple and turn in
1. cover with 2Q reflection &
2. final typed, printed copy
 Use resources on my website…
2. Finish Runaway Jury
1. Focus on justice and argument:
Write a two paragraph response to Runaway
Jury showing how, throughout the movie,
“justice” is influenced by wealth and
stature. Identify three incidents of this
happening in the film. Then, at the end of the
essay write one real-life incident that you
know about.” [celebrities, athletes, students?]
Learning
Targets
•Explore
the issue of
justice as a
potential
topic of an
argument
•Identify
issues of
justice in
film and
culture
Q2 outside reading due NEXT WED
1. Runaway Jury: justice and argument
Learning
Write a two paragraph response to Runaway Jury
Targets
showing how, throughout the movie, “justice” is
influenced by wealth and stature. Identify three
•Explore
incidents of this happening in the film. Then, at the end of
the issue of
the essay write one real-life incident that you know
justice as a
about.” [celebrities, athletes, students?]
2. Justice and Culture page 140 [get SB books] potential
topic of an
3. Types of evidence and appeals (vocabulary)
argument
Types of Appeals
Forms of Evidence
Ethos
Ethical
Empirical
Personal
Observations
Logos
Logical
Logical
Data/Trends
Pathos
Emotional
Anecdotal
Stories
4. Michael Fay Controversy page 141
•Create an
argument
using valid
reasoning
and claims
Ethos:
(ethical) established as trustworthy source
Logos:
(logical) inductive/deductive reasoning
Pathos:
(emotional): appeal to emotions of the audience
Scenario:
Convincing your
parent(s) why you
need a car/to drive.
Empirical Evidence:
based on experience and direct observation (gathered data)
Logical Evidence:
based on facts & clear rationale (data, trends)
Anecdotal Evidence:
based on personal accounts of incidents (story, testimony)
Crime
Throwing things across the
classroom
Disrespecting teacher s (sass, talking
over them, rude/immature behavior,
not listening or facing them when
they’re talking to you)
Skipping class
a. Once
b. Fifth time
Bathroom graffiti
a. Doodles
b. Bulling/Threatening
Fist fighting at school
Theft
a. PE clothes
b. Cell phone
Punishment
Learning
Targets
•Explore
the issue of
justice as a
potential
topic of an
argument
•Create an
argument
using valid
reasoning
and claims
Social Issues  What do YOU think?
These questions ask you to commit to either agreeing or
disagreeing with an issue. While you may be able to see
both sides of an argument, you’ll need to decide which
way you lean (even if it’s only slightly). If you’re unsure
about a question, circle the number and wait until you
learn more before forming a personal opinion.
Should homework be totally eliminated?
YES NO
1. Evidence and appeals (vocabulary)
Types of Appeals
Forms of Evidence
Ethos
Ethical
Empirical
Personal
Observations
Logos
Logical
Logical
Data/Trends
Pathos
Emotional
Anecdotal
Stories
2. For Social Issues
YES NO
3. As a table, pick three-four (one per
person) issues you agree on unanimously.
On your note cards, make an appeal to
“someone” who completely disagrees with
you. Use Ethos, Logos, or Pathos to make
your point. Be prepared to share.
Learning
Targets
•Explore
the issue of
justice as a
potential
topic of an
argument
•Create an
argument
using valid
reasoning
and claims
No
Yes
Right now we are discussing
question number:
4
Tuesday
Wednesday
9:07-10:02
12:55-2:35
• Vocab Final Unit Two. Due Tues. • Outside
Reading
• One-page (typed, dbl spaced, TNR)
Conferences
argument about an issue that
Due on final
resonates across cultures (see
day
social issues paper). Pick one and
use appeals and evidence to Two Class periods
Left
convince me of your argument.
Due on final day
*EA 2.1 in grade book
• Outside Reading Prep
Due on final day
by tomorrow morning
*final documents can be
printed OR Google shared

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