T 3/21—Peer Edit draft of Research Intro and Lit Review
W 3/22--They Say, I Say ch. 4-6 due
F 3/24—Vocab notebook due
W 3/29—Peer Edit draft of Research Argument and Visual Rhetoric
Th 3/30--They Say, I Say ch. 7 due
F 3/31—Peer Edit draft of Research Conclusion; Research Early Turn-in
Monday, March 20
- Reflect on Friday’s multiple choice. Look at the questions you missed. For each, determine the type of question and what confused you. Set a goal for multiple choice.
- Argument notes ppt
- Read 5 Steps to a 5: Comprehensive Review—Argument pp. 153-161.
- Complete the following steps: Induction, Deduction, and Analogy Practices on pp. 156-157
- Read 5 Steps to a 5: Introduction to the Argumentative Essay pp. 96-106.
Tuesday, March 21
- Finish 5 Steps to a 5 argument work from yesterday.
- Peer Edit draft of Research Intro and Lit Review. Use p. 14 in research packet. Go slowly through each bullet point to edit a peer’s draft. Each paper should get at least three readers.
Wednesday, March 22
- They Say, I Say ch. 4-6 quiz
- Read Tackling the AP Argument Prompt handout
- Complete the Analyzing Argument Exam Questions handout
Thursday, March 23
- Relate argument to synthesis. Read the College Board anchor papers and scoring notes for the Green Living synthesis.
- Return to your Green Living synthesis. Many of your paragraphs are source-reliant. Rewrite the essay by adding more of your argument to the synthesis. Consider your experience, observations, classes, etc. as you think of details to develop your argument.
Friday, March 24
- Vocab notebook due
- Timed Writing: Argument
- Peer Review Checklist