CLASS ACTIVITIES: Class and the Race for Resources
CLASS WORK: Work through the power point above.
HOMEWORK: Malthus article
CLASS ACTIVITIES: Role of Art in Society Pecha Kucha
CLASS WORK: planning argument for PK presentation, gathering evidence and imagery
HOMEWORK: none for the weekend
CLASS ACTIVITIES: finishing previous days homework
CLASS ACTIVITIES: Role of Art in Society
CLASS WORK: Unit 2 overview, chalk talk class discussion, Peterson Video and discussion
HOMEWORK: Arts Funding
- Go to my website, and print the article “Why Should We Fund the Arts?"
- Complete the SOAPSTone argument analysis sheet
- Create 5 statements about yourself that will be converted to an argument next class
CLASS ACTIVITIES: Constructin An Argument 3
CLASS WORK: writing an argument
HOMEWORK: Write an argument essay to answer the question: Is protest effective for implementing social change.
CLASS ACTIVITIES: Constructing an Argument pt 2
CLASS WORK: Create claims and counter claims for the overarching questions
HOMEWORK: Do Protests Work
- Go to my website, and print the article “Do Protests Work?” Read and annotate.
- Identify the argument made in the article
- Highlight specific evidence.
- Note the counterclaim and rebuttal.
CLASS ACTIVITIES: Constructing an Argument pt 1
CLASS WORK: Define protest (gallery walk)
HOMEWORK: The Perilous Fight
- Read and annotate “The Perilous Fight”
- In what ways has the protest featured in the article has been successful?
- How has it not been successful?
- Respond: Why do you think there has been little to no change in public policy despite the size and strength of the NFL players’ protests?
CLASS ACTIVITIES: Evaluating an Argument
CLASS WORK: Read and annotate Organize and Occupy article, research authors and perform R.A.V.E.N. on the articles from both articles we've read.
CLASS ACTIVITIES: Lenses and Perspectives
CLASS WORK: Create research questions based on photos in ppt, read and annotate Protest is Democracy at Work, identify possible lenses and perspectives active in that article
- View: “War is Hell” photograph in the ppt linked above.
- Identify which (if any) lenses through which this photo can be understood.
- Determine a perspective that is represented, and what arguable question may be asked from that perspective.
- Respond: Write a paragraph that explains several ways in which this photograph supports the arguments made in the two articles you’ve read.
CLASS ACTIVITIES: Intro to AP Seminar