Core 1:

  1.  Write-on: What is the one chore that you despise the most?
  2. Read “Tom Sawyer Whitewashing the Fence.”
    • Does Tom make fallacious arguments or real ones?
    • How does he convince others to do his work for him?
  3. If time allows, work on your Academy Authentic.
  4. Extensions:
    • Plan out how you plan to convince your parents/brother/sister to do something that you don’t want to do without the use of fallacious arguments. Write out how you have accomplished your goal in your blog.

Core 2:

  1. Act-on: Grab a laptop and pull up your Satire through your manage tab. Write at the top, what kind of feedback you would like on your piece (more, but, or shredded questions).
  2. Musical Chair Commenting: Leave your own laptop up and running with your piece on the screen and go around to the other student’s laptops to comment. Please give feedback that they have asked for.
  3. Read and analyze any pieces that need to be shown to the class.
  4. Work on your Academy Authentic piece.
  5. Extension:
    • Read your AR book.

Core 3:

  1. Act-on: Grab a laptop and pull up the 1940s notes on your Academy of Discovery documents.
  2. Present the remaining Smart Notebook files and switch off taking notes.
  3. Work on your Academy Authentic writing pieces.
  4. Extensions:
    • Read your AR book.

Core 4:

  1. Write-on: How has using Google presentations helped you to formulate and format your thoughts on persuasion and change (in people’s minds)?
  2. Pull up your presentation on your Academy of Discovery Docs account and share it with me.
  3. Present and ask questions in the discussion window.
    • How does this metaphor help to expand our understanding of persuasion and change?
    • What is a good example of this metaphor?
    • Is this type of argument a good one?
  4. If there is time, work on your Academy Authentic pieces.
  5. Extentions:
    • Read your AR book.

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