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Unit 4.5: The Editorial

Editorial Unit Resources:
-A review of the Rhetorical Triangle components: 
Logos Ethos Pathos
-Mentor Examples of Editorials: 
-Lead in and Stand mentor examples
-Argument and Counter Argument examples
-Rebuttal, Call to Action, Headline examples
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Friday, April 6th
Please refer to Notes 04/06 for warm up, target, and notes
In class...
1. Independent Reading
2. Quick write
3.  Mini-Lesson: Rebuttal, Call to Action, Headline (Rebuttal, Call to Action, Headline examples)
4. Work time 

To do at home...
Your Rough Draft is due tonight!

Wednesday, April 4th
Please refer to Notes 04/04 for warm up, target, and notes
In class...
1. Independent Reading
2. Quick write
3.  Mini-Lesson: Argument & Counter Argument (Argument and Counter Argument examples)
4. Work time 

To do at home...
Your Argument & Counter Argument for your editorial should be complete by the beginning of our next class period.

Monday, April 2nd
Please refer to Notes 04/02 for warm up, target, and notes
In class...
1. Independent Reading
2. Catch up time
3. Quick write
4. Finish research graphic organizer, using these sources: NPRThe New York TimesThe BBCThe Washington Post, and Forbes.
5. Mini-Lesson: Lead in and Stand (Lead in and Stand mentor examples)
6. Work time for Lead in and Stand

To do at home...
Your Lead in and Stand for your editorial should be complete by the beginning of our next class period.

Thursday, March 22nd
Please refer to Notes 03/22 for warm up, target, and notes
In class...
1. Independent Reading
2. Quick write
3. Brainstorming Editorial Ideas with groups and graphic organizer
4. Time to research from: NPR, The New York Times, The BBC, The Washington Post, and Forbes.

To do at home...
We will have a little time to continue researching on Monday when we get back from break, but if you haven't gotten much done yet, you may want to look at it over break!

Tuesday, March 20th
Please refer to Notes 03/20 for warm up, target, and notes
In class...
1. Independent Reading
2. Quick write
3. Brainstorming Controversial Topics
4. Mentor Editorial Text
5. Editorial Structure Notes (see power point)
6. Editorial Component Identification Practice on Google Classroom (*this is due on Thursday)

To do at home...
Editorial Component Identification Practice on Google Classroom *this is due on Thursday
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