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Unit Description

A brief introduction to Aristotelian principles of persuasive rhetoric, followed by two writing projects: one letter and one essay.

Lessons

Fact vs. Opinion Resources: 2

SWBAT distinguish between facts and opinions.

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Main idea: Persuade vs. Inform Resources: 2

SWBAT determine whether a passage is meant to persuade or inform, based on its main idea.

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Ethos.Pathos.Logos Resources: 5

SWBAT analyze a persuasive advertisement for its use of ethos, pathos, and logos.

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Audience Resources: 3

SWBAT write arguments that are aimed at a specific audience.

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Persuasive Letter Pre-Writing Resources: 1

SW complete pre-writing exercises for a persuasive letter.

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Persuasive Letter Organization Resources: 1

SWBAT write a correctly organized persuasive letter.

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Persuasive Letter Editing Resources: 1

SW revise persuasive letters for sentence fluency.

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Five-Paragraph Essay Resources: 2

SWBAT identify the parts of a five-paragraph essay.

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Intelligent Design Intro Resources: 2

SW analyze the argument for intelligent design.

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Opposing Intelligent Design Resources: 2

SW analyze arguments that oppose intelligent design.

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Essay Outline Resources: 4

SWBAT generate an outline for a persuasive five-paragraph essay.

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