Student Data Sheet 1. Name two or three

Student Data Sheet 1. Name two or three

Student Data Sheet 1. Name two or three pieces of published fiction youve read that actually mean something to you. Explain what about each story gets to you so much, if you can. 2. From previous English classes, what was the best thing about the class? What were some not-so-good things about it? 3. Explain what youd like to get out of this semesterlike, what your consumer-expectations are. (It would help to be

specificand to be honest rather than just saying whatever it is you think the instructor wants to hear.) 4. How concerned are you about grades in this course? What do you expect your final grade to be based on? If you were the instructor for Honors English 9, what criteria would you Semester Overview 1. Argument, Personal Narrative, Research Presentation, Visual Explanation, Exposition

(Podcast, Youtube, Video) 2. ThemesThe Media and its impact, Heroism, Adventure, Power, Utopia/Dystopia, and more. 3. The Odyssey, Into the Wild, 1984 What You Need A folder A Notebook

Into the Wild, 1984 Final Course Grades Notebook Check (Bellwork, Homework, Classwork, Notes): 15% Attendance and Participation (Speaking and Listening): 20% + eligibility for grade curve Major Writings/Assignments: 30% Reading Quizzes and other Assessments 20%

Vocabulary 15% Late Work -5% to major papers/other work If work is excessively late (2 weeks or more), it may not be accepted at all. Argument

Pop Quiz On any given day, American teenagers average how many hours of entertainment media: TV, movies, and online videos; playing video, computer, and mobile games; using social media; using the Internet; reading; and listening to music? According to Common Sense Media, it is 9 hours!

The media clearly plays a big role in our lives, and on some level, influences us. Think about it Movies tell us stories about who we are Advertisements tell us who we ought to be. One of the ideas that the media communicates is what it means to be masculine or feminine.

What is normal and what is not. Anticipatory Set 1. How do portrayals in the media affect how we see ourselves? Does it mold our identity and define the roles we choose? Or are these images more a reflection of the values and the norms of our society? Do these images change with the times? And if they fail to

change, what responsibility do we have to bring about change? Objective & Purpose Read exemplar argument, Whats Wrong with Cinderella? Use PAPA box to identify the authors claim, and in Philosophical Chairs, argue for why you agree or disagree with the author.

Pay attention to the arguments around you. What are the techniques that writers use to persuade? EQ: How does the media shape our ideas of gender roles? Elements of Argument

Rhetoric Rhetorical Situation: Speaker, Audience, Context Claim and Counterargument Evidence Rhetorical Appeals: Ethos, Logos, Pathos, Kairos

Style: diction, syntax, imagery, figurative language Persona Kairos Kairos (Greek for right time, season or opportunity) Refers to the timeliness of an argument. Often, for an ad or an argument to be successful, it needs appropriate tone and structure and come at the right time. For example, an ad featuring Avril Lavigne would be more effective for a teen magazine in

2002 than in 2012. A Sears ad featuring Kim Kardashian would be more appropriate in TeenVogue than it would be in AARP magazine. Kairos is also the reason you might send a different kind of complaint email to your boss than you would to your mom or to a close friend. You may want similar results from all three of these recipients, but depending on who will read it, you may adjust the timing, tone and level of formality within the email itself. Whats Wrong with Cindarella? (2006)

by Peggy Orenstein Understanding and Interpreting 1. While she does not explicitly state it, what exactly is the claim that Orenstein develops in this argument? 2. Philosophical Chairs: do you agree with Orensteins point, are you in the middle, or do you disagree? Why so? What evidence makes you feel this way? What should you

acknowledge or anticipate in terms of other perspectives? Whats your response? Objective & Purpose Discuss the article Whats Wrong with Cinderella? with your peers in Discussion Stations. Pay attention to the arguments around you.

What are the techniques that writers use to persuade? EQ: How does the media shape our ideas of gender roles? Closure What makes Peggy Orensteins Whats Wrong with Cindarella? a good argument? Be specific about the moves she makes as a

writer to make this piece a good example of argumentative writing. What does she do that would be something you would want to implement into your argumentative writing repertoire? Argument #3 5-7 pages with evidence from multiple sources (3 minimum). Graded using CCSS

Argumentative Rubric 9-10. LOTF and R & J Argument The Media and its influence on gender roles ORWHAT DO YOU WANT TO WRITE AN ARGUMENT ABOUT? Pop Quiz On any given day, American teenagers average how many hours of entertainment media: TV,

movies, and online videos; playing video, computer, and mobile games; using social media; using the Internet; reading; and listening to music? According to Common Sense Media, it is 9 hours! The media clearly plays a big role in our lives, and on some level, influences us. Think about it

Movies tell us stories about who we are Advertisements tell us who we ought to be. One of the ideas that the media communicates is what it means to be masculine or feminine. What is normal and what is not. Elements of Argument

Rhetoric Rhetorical Situation: Speaker, Audience, Context

Claim and Counterargument Evidence Rhetorical Appeals: Ethos, Logos, Pathos, Kairos Style: diction, syntax, imagery, figurative language Persona Kairos Kairos (Greek for right time, season or opportunity) Refers to the timeliness of an argument.

Often, for an ad or an argument to be successful, it needs appropriate tone and structure and come at the right time. For example, an ad featuring Avril Lavigne would be more effective for a teen magazine in 2002 than in 2012. A Sears ad featuring Kim Kardashian would be more appropriate in TeenVogue than it would be in AARP magazine. Kairos is also the reason you might send a different kind of complaint email to your boss than you would to your mom or to a close friend. You may want similar results from all three of these recipients, but depending on who will read it, you may adjust the timing, tone and

level of formality within the email itself. Objective & Purpose Complete PAPA box to Whats Wrong with Cinderella? Analyze how a professional writer develops her argument, so that you can apply techniques to your own writing.

BW 9 January 2019 Describe or think of a symbol for stereotypical masculinity. Purple Rain (1984) 1. Based on the music video, how would you describe Prince, and how does Prince differ

from stereotypical masculinity? When I Saw Prince, I Saw a Vital New Black Masculinity (2016) by Terryn Hall 1. In what ways did Prince differ from the men Terryn Halls mother and her friends admired? Why was he still worthy of their desire? 2. Why was Hall, even as an adolescent, drawn to Prince? 3. Hall explain that she understood masculinity, especially

black masculinity, from her grandfather and 1990s rappers. What qualities defined masculinity for these sources? What does she mean when she says that the idea of manhood to that generation was just as rigid as my grandfathers? 4. What is the counter-narrative that Prince offered to Hall? Specifically, what qualities in his music did she find attractive? When I Saw Prince, I Saw a Vital New Black

Masculinity (2016) by Terryn Hall 5. Her description of Prince is actually quite general: beautiful and complex and flexible. What do you think she means by these terms? How do these traits contrast with those that defined masculinity for the earlier rappers and her grandfather? 6. Comparison. Orenstein and Hall write about gender representation and stereotypes in very different contexts. Yet, in what ways do these two writers hold

similar views or concerns? 7. Making Connections. When you saw _______________, you saw ________________. Explain. 1. Why should I buy these? 2. What can you say or do to convince me to buy these? Objective

& Purpose Create two print advertisement with tagline for the Apple Airpods that are retailing for $159. Demonstrate understanding of PAPA box by using it to create your print advertisement. 1. Determine your audience and brainstorm how you can sell the airpods to them. What would make them buy it? How can you convince them? 2. Each group member completes PAPA box for advertisement in their

notebook. All group members write the same thing. 3. As a group, construct your print advertisement with tagline. One advertisement for the whole group. Put all your names on the back when you are done. 4. Be prepared to present your ad, explaining to the class how it uses ethos, kairos, logos, and pathos to achieve purpose, appeal to a targeted group, and create an argument for why that targeted group should purchase the Apple Airpods.

When I Saw Prince, I Saw a Vital New Black Masculinity (2016) by Terryn Hall 1. In what ways did Prince differ from the men Terryn Halls mother and her friends admired? Why was he still worthy of their desire? 2. Why was Hall, even as an adolescent, drawn to Prince? 3. Hall explain that she understood masculinity, especially black masculinity, from her grandfather and 1990s rappers. What qualities defined masculinity for these sources? What

does she mean when she says that the idea of manhood to that generation was just as rigid as my grandfathers? 4. What is the counter-narrative that Prince offered to Hall? Specifically, what qualities in his music did she find attractive? When I Saw Prince, I Saw a Vital New Black Masculinity (2016) by Terryn Hall 5. Her description of Prince is actually quite general:

beautiful and complex and flexible. What do you think she means by these terms? How do these traits contrast with those that defined masculinity for the earlier rappers and her grandfather? 6. Comparison. Orenstein and Hall write about gender representation and stereotypes in very different contexts. Yet, in what ways do these two writers hold similar views or concerns? 7. Making Connections. When you saw

_______________, you saw ________________. Explain. BW 11 January 2019 Read Im a 12-Year-Old Girl. Why dont the characters in my apps look like me? and complete PAPA Box, and state whether you agree or disagree with the author, and why so?

Purpose: Work on PAPA Box one more time, and begin concluding our unit in prep for Argument #3: How does the media shape our ideas of gender roles. Objective & Purpose Present advertisements for Airpods. Explain how your ad uses ethos, kairos, logos, and

pathos to achieve purpose, appeal to a targeted group, and create an argument for why that targeted group should purchase the Apple Airpods. When I Saw Prince, I Saw a Vital New Black Masculinity (2016) by Terryn Hall 1. In what ways did Prince differ from the men Terryn Halls mother and her friends admired? Why was he still worthy of their desire?

2. Why was Hall, even as an adolescent, drawn to Prince? 3. Comparison. Orenstein and Hall write about gender representation and stereotypes in very different contexts. Yet, in what ways do these two writers hold similar views or concerns? Intermittent Closure Making Connections. When you saw

_______________, you saw ________________... Objective & Purpose Option 1: For the remainder of class, complete the graphic organizer for argument #3 IF you plan on writing about the media and gender roles for your next argument. Option 2: Write a page reflection to our EQ: how does the media shape our ideas of gender roles? IF you plan on doing R & J and LOTF

argument for Argument #3. Does the media represent you fairly and accurately? What impact does this representation have on you? Should the media be required by the government to present fair and accurate representation of race and gender according to a set of legal guidelines? Why or why not? To what extent do media representations significantly influence a persons sense of self, the choices they make, and the opportunities they have? That is, do media images mirror or mold social norms and values of our society?

Closure Draw the PAPA box and define each of the elements within it.

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