AGENDA• Due: Concept Paper: Essay #3• Quiz:• Essay #4: Problem Solution Essay• Presentation: Critical reading and thinking. Strategies for writing.• Discussion: SMG p 684 "Logical Fallacies" and "Letter from a Birmingham Jail" 586-608• In-Class Writing: Finding a problem to write about.
ESSAY #3• Make sure your essay is in MLA Format.• Stack them up this way: • Final draft on top • Edited draft next (write “Edit” on it) • Peer revision comments on the bottom.
QUIZYou have 15 minutes to complete thevocabulary quiz.My the odds be ever in your favor!
ESSAY #4Essay #4: Proposing a Solution : Essay/Speech (750-1000 words)150/50 pts. (10 minute presentation limit)Assignment: Write an essay from 3 to 4 pages in length, which you willlater turn into a speech (five to seven minutes of presentation) thataddresses the topic below. Use a minimum of two credible sources tosupport your argument.Prompt : Write an essay proposing a solution to a well-defined problemfaced by a community or group to which you may belong. Alternatively,you may address a well-defined problem faced by one of the districts orcommunities in The Hunger Games. Address your proposal to youraudience: one or more members of the group, its leadership, or tooutsiders who may be able to contribute to solving the problem. Then,convert your essay to a speech, which you will later present to the classto convince them that your ideas are correct.
CHOOSING A PROBLEM FROMTHE HUNGER GAMES DISTRICT 12: PROBLEM SOLUTION 1. Not enough food 1. Making hunting legal
CHOOSING A PROBLEM FROMSCHOOL SCHOOL PROBLEM SOLUTION 1. Bad food 1. New vendors
LOGICALFALLACIESKNOW THEM FOR TWO REASONS: SEETHEM IN OTHERS’ ARGUMENTS; DO NOTUSE THEM IN YOUR OWN ARGUMENTS!
ANNOTATING TEXTA SKILL TO HELP YOU UNDERSTAND WHATYOU READ.
“LETTER FROM ABIRMINGHAMJAIL”MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.
HOMEWORKRead: SMG 326-359: Read all four essays in the chapter.Write and post: Explain three problems; offer an solution for each one.Annotate: “Win Win Flexibility” 334-337Bring: SMG