Lesson Plans
College Composition 3rd Q 12.13 Lesson Plans
Week: 02/11/2013 Instructor: Duane Hannan Academics
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Monday:
Concept essay--due at the beginning of class

Narrative 1--due at the beginning of class

Opposing Viewpoints/Finding Common Ground Essay--correct syllabus, analyze opposing positions--their appeals, their logic, their evidence, their motives--to find commonality--common values, morals, ethics, religious principle, need, interest, fear, concern, priority--a foundation for compromise

Reading strategies--annotation, inventory, outline, paraphrase, summarize, synthesize, contextualize (cultural, milieu, economic etc.), connotation/figurative language, bias/credibility, logic;

Read 184-187; 575-588
What characterizes King's position between the "force of complacency" and the force of "bitterness and hatred" such that he may be acceptable to both? (p); due Wednesday

Tuesday:
Workshop

Concept essay--conferencing

Wednesday:
What characterizes King's position between the "force of complacency" and the force of "bitterness and hatred" such that he may be acceptable to both?--paragraph response due, review

Reading strategies--synthesis, contextualize, connotation/figurative language, bias/credibility; review appeals: ethos, pathos, logos; argument/logic--two models: (thesis/reason/support) claim/warrant/evidence and premise/conclusion, the structure of each

Read the OWL logic pages; 588-598; locate a short editorial related to the selected subject; analyze a selected piece of evidence (what type, what warrant connects it to the claim) (p)

Thursday:
Workshop


Friday:
Reading strategies--review, discuss analysis of selected piece of evidence

Opposing Viewpoints/Finding Common Ground Essay--review the task: find the foundation of commonalities upon which opposing positions can compromise--pro arming teachers and anti arming teachers share what values; features: informative intro to the issue/position, a probing analysis: arguments/shared values, morals, ethics, religious principle, need, interest, fear, concern, priority--a foundation for compromise, a fair and impartial presentation, a readable plan

Read 188-194
Construct a "premise/conclusion map" for paragraph 9, 193, in which paragraphs does Bernard conclude that the opposing sides have a similar regard for health concerns (a warrant)? what evidence does he offer to support the warrant?

Read 195-200
Respond 3rd bullet 199, 4th bullet 200, last bullet 200


 
 
 
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