The attachment offers additional insight into understanding ethos, pathos, and logos. ETHOS, PATHOS, & LOGOS
These resources are to help you polish your essays.
Additionally, there are hyperlinks for grammar practice. Where there are multiple links, you should select two to work through and submit to me.
If there is yellow highlighting on your essay, this marks a spelling or mechanics error.
If there is orange highlighting on your essay, this marks a grammatical error.
If there is pink highlighting on your essay, this is a serious error which will result in a full point deduction if left unaddressed! This highlights a skill we have gone over countless times in class!
Use this link to read from home about Anglo Saxons in England.
Click on the "Middle Ages" tab up top.
Read Introduction and Summary.
This is a web based program that allows you to collaboratively annotate research and save it.
Click on this link to access online practice for ACT.
Additional article that may be of interest to those who FB:
Again, ethics and you: How does one decide what is right and wrong?
Read this article: Sheriff Resigns
Continue to follow the story over the weekend.
We'll talk ethics on Monday.
The pdf below is a more detailed explanation of the process of ethical decision making. Please read for a deeper understanding of what is involved in your own process.
We watched this Ted Talk today about word choice and accuracy of meaning. Students generated a list of over-used, deflated words typically found in their own writing.
What is the author's message?
What should you avoid in your writing and why?
How does this tie in to Orwell?