Spring 2020 I was Absent, What did I miss?

 

 

Week One 6 January-10 January 2020

Monday 6 January 2020 Intro to Classicism/Rhetroic Review Notes Part 1

Classicism Notes

Tuesday 7 January 2020 Intro to Classicism/Rhetoric Review Notes Continued[See Monday for notes if needed]

Paraphrase of Patrick Henry

1.With a partner (if you wish), read and PARAPHRASE EACH OF THE 7 PARAGRAPHS into your own, simplified words. 
1.Mr. President…Kings
2.Mr. President…for it.
3.I have but….resort.
4.I ask … forging.
5.And what … us!
6.They tell … it come!
7.It is … death!
2.Define all words (see below).

You MUST look up the following words:

1)Ceremony
2)Awful (not meaning bad!)
3)Moment (not having to do with time!)
4)Apt
5)Siren (Greek mythology – not noise maker)
6)Arduous
7)Solace
8)Insidious
9)Snare (noun)
10)Comport
11)Reconciliation
12)Subjugation
13)Supplication
14)Beseech
15)Remonstrated
16)Irresolution
17)Extenuate
3.Explain WHICH OF THE THREE APPEALS is most used in this speech – Ethos? Pathos? Logos? Why is this appeal used so much? How do you know?

 

Wednesday 8 January 2020Patrick Henry Paraphrase Assignment continues [See Tuesday for instructions]

Speech in Virginia Convention full text

Example paraphrase for Paragraph 1

Paragraph 1 paraphrase example

Thursday 9 January 2020 Rhetorical Devices Patrick Henry Speech Part 1
Friday 10 January 2020 Rhetorical Devices Patrick Henry Speech Part 2

 

Week Two 13 January-17 January 2020

 

Monday 13 January 2020
 
1st   Highlight blue=logos;
yellow=ethos; green=pathos; Underline
 important points, ideas you may want to go back 
to,the main idea or ideas; Circle any word that is 
unfamiliar; 
Put a ? Next to any part that is unclear