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* '''Turn in summary/poem/song/rap on Sections III and IV of ''Common Sense'' %red%(counts as Reading and Writing grade)'''
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* '''Turn in summary/poem/song/rap on Sections III and IV of ''Common Sense'' %red%(RW#2-counts as Reading and Writing grade)'''
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*%maroon%[++Seminar++] '''''Write:''''' '''Your thoughts on the Declaration of Independence''' %red%'''(Counts as Reading and Writing grade)'''
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*%maroon%[++Seminar++] '''''Write:''''' '''Your thoughts on the Declaration of Independence''' %red%'''(RW#3-counts as Reading and Writing grade)'''
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*%maroon%[++Seminar++]'''''Write:''''' '''Your thoughts on the Declaration of Independence'''
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*%maroon%[++Seminar++] '''''Write:''''' '''Your thoughts on the Declaration of Independence''' %red%'''(Counts as Reading and Writing grade)'''
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* '''Freewrite/prompt -'''
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* '''Freewrite/prompt - Where would you prefer to live? New England or Virginia. Give economic, political, and social reasons.'''
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*%green%[++History++] '''''Read:'''''
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*%green%[++History++] '''''Read:''''''''The Declaration of Independence'''
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* '''Narrowing your list of possible claims as well as finding textual support for your Rhetorical Analysis Essay.'''
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*%maroon%[++Seminar++]'''''Write'''''
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*%maroon%[++Seminar++]'''''Write:''''' '''Your thoughts on the Declaration of Independence'''
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* '''Turn in two summaries/poems/songs/raps on Sections III and IV of ''Common Sense'' %red%(counts as Reading and Writing grade)'''
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* '''Turn in summary/poem/song/rap on Sections III and IV of ''Common Sense'' %red%(counts as Reading and Writing grade)'''
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* '''Turn in two summaries/poems/songs/raps on Sections III and IV of ''Common Sense'' %red%(counts as 2 points for Reading and Writing grade)'''
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* '''Turn in two summaries/poems/songs/raps on Sections III and IV of ''Common Sense'' %red%(counts as Reading and Writing grade)'''
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* Narrowing your list of possible claims as well as finding textual support for your Rhetorical Analysis Essay.
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* '''Narrowing your list of possible claims as well as finding textual support for your Rhetorical Analysis Essay.'''
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*%purple%[++Composition++] '''''Read:'''''
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*%purple%[++Composition++] '''''Continue working on:'''''

* Narrowing your list of possible claims as well as finding textual support for your Rhetorical Analysis Essay.

* '''''Critically read:''''' [[http://www.ufw.org/_page.php?menu=research&inc=history/10.html|'''Cesar Chavez' first major address after his 36 day 1988 fast over the pesticide poisoning of farm workers''']].

* '''''Take notes'' that you feel would be necessary to create a Rhetorical Analysis Essay over the speech.'''
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[[http://youtu.be/pPOMkdpBAoA|[++'''A Renegade of his time and place...'''++]]]
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[[http://youtu.be/pPOMkdpBAoA|[++'''A Renegade of his time and age...'''++]]]
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* '''Now renegades are the people with their own philosophies
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"Now renegades are the people with their own philosophies
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Everyday people like you and me'''
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Everyday people like you and me" - "Renegades of Funk"
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* '''Now renegades are the people with their own philosophies
They change the course of history
Everyday people like you and me
We're the renegades we're the people
With our own philosophies
We change the course of history
Everyday people like you and me'''
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* '''Turn in two summaries/poems/raps on Sections III and IV of ''Common Sense'' %red%(counts as 2 points for Reading and Writing grade)'''
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* '''Turn in two summaries/poems/songs/raps on Sections III and IV of ''Common Sense'' %red%(counts as 2 points for Reading and Writing grade)'''
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[+'''Individually, we will apply one of Franklin's two processes to ''Common Sense'':'''+]

* '''Read the first page of ''Common Sense''
, abstract/summarize the section, then rewrite Paine's argument.'''

* '''Read the first page of ''Common Sense
'', create a rap or poem that summarizes the section, then rewrite Paine's argument.'''
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[++'''Group Activity'''++]

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'''In groups of 3, compare summaries, poems, songs, and raps of Section III and IV. Then collaborate to create one document that rewrites Paine's ''Common Sense''.'''
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* '''Read the first page of ''Common Sense'', create a rap or poem that summarizes the section, then rewrite Paine's argument.'''
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* '''Read the first page of ''Common Sense'', create a rap or poem that summarizes the section, then rewrite Paine's argument.'''

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!%red%'''Homework - Tuesday February 19:'''

*%green%[++History++] '''''Read:'''''

*%purple%[++Composition++] '''''Read:'''''

*%maroon%[++Seminar++]'''''Write'''''
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* '''Turn in two summaries/poems/raps on Sections III and IV of ''Common Sense'' (counts as 2 points for Reading and Writing grade)'''
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* '''Turn in two summaries/poems/raps on Sections III and IV of ''Common Sense'' %red%(counts as 2 points for Reading and Writing grade)'''
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!'''Good Day!'''

'''Objectives:'''

* '''Freewrite/prompt -'''

* '''Turn in two summaries/poems/raps on Sections III and IV of ''Common Sense'' (counts as 2 points for Reading and Writing grade)'''

* '''Continue applying Benjamin Franklin's writing process to ''Common Sense'''''

* '''Purpose: To facilitate reading, writing, and understanding, we will learn to summarize an essay and then rewrite the argument.'''

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!'''Thomas Paine''' %align=right height=300%Attach:ThomasPaine.jpg

[[http://youtu.be/pPOMkdpBAoA|[++'''A Renegade of his time and place...'''++]]]


[++'''Applying Benjamin Franklin's Writing Process to [[http://nationalhumanitiescenter.org/pds/makingrev/rebellion/text7/painecommonsense3and4.pdf|'''''Common Sense''''']]'''++]

'''"Extremely ambitious" to become a good writer, young Franklin made the ''Spectator'' the tutor he never had: he read an essay, abstracted it, and then rewrote the argument from the abstract, to see if he could improve on the original. To make his prose more lyrical, he then turned the essays into poetry, and back again" (''The Story of America'' 50).'''

[+'''Individually, we will apply one of Franklin's two processes to ''Common Sense'':'''+]

* '''Read the first page of ''Common Sense'', abstract/summarize the section, then rewrite Paine's argument.'''

* '''Read the first page of ''Common Sense'', create a rap or poem that summarizes the section, then rewrite Paine's argument.'''