Lesson Plans
College Composition 3rd Q 14.15 Lesson Plans
Week: 03/02/2015 Instructor: Duane Hannan Academics
Finding Common Ground--Mae's analysis of Begaric and Clark's/Johnson's arguments (elements of argument: claim/warrant/data), her analysis of motivating factors (values, priorities etc., her annotations chart; a pattern: intro--the opposing sides, and options: the scope of the debate, the consequences of the debate, a story of the debate; body--the opposing arguments and analysis (focused on where common ground exists and where the opposing parties differ), upon what values, priorities etc, the two parties base their differences/convergences

Read Paige and read Weaver--note the claims, the warrants, the data for discussion on Thursday

Avoiding passive voice/progressive tenses quiz


No class--staff development

Finding Common Ground--in groups discuss claims, warrants, data from Paige and Weaver

Avoiding passive voice/progressive tenses quiz

Finding Common Ground--present the claims, warrants, data from each; discuss spots where the two differ and where the two converge; read 201-208; respond in writing (paragraphs) to 207 fourth bullet, and 208 both bullets, due Monday MLA formatted