- Write-on: What kind of arguments/persuasion are false? (Sometimes persuasive but always fallacious, deceitful, or just plain wrong)
- Which are the most recognizable/often used of the Fallacious Arguments.
- Find an example of one of the above Fallacious Arguments in modern political discourse.
- Think of the one thing that you would like to persuade your parents to do for you (or give to you).
- Write-on: Which social topic do you think deserves to be made fun of? How are you going to exaggerate it in order to change it?
- Read over the Like Syndrome and My satire and start to write your own.
- Finish your satires.
- Work-on: Grab a laptop and continue your work on becoming an expert on the 1940s.
- Format your Smart Notebook file so that the words are not too small and your ideas/images are clear.
- Present files.
- Take notes on the important events and ideas of the 1940s.
- Think about how the 1940s mimics current situations.
- Share-on: Discuss your connection between change and persuasion with at least two people and try to find a consensus.
- How do you change someone’s mind?
- With a partner, create a Google Presentation file that reveals your thinking.
- Include images that represent your ideas from Morguefile.com
- When you are finished, share it with me.
- Read your AR book.