Read the Op-ed RUBRIC (PAGE 3)
On the notecard:
1. On a scale of 0-5, rate your confidence level with creating a works cited page (bibliography)
2. On a scale of 0-5, rate your confidence level with citing your sources IN-TEXT
3. What are the required elements content-wise and with regards to rhetoric?
4. Which category of the rubric will be the hardest for you?
5. What questions do you have for me about the op-ed rubric or op-ed in general?
1. Sign up for SLCs
2. Bring 2 printed drafts of your op-ed for next Thursday's peer critique!
3. Extra Credit!
Democracy Now show
Schedule of events
Go to at least one full event at the"Real Peoples of the Americas" Columbus Day Celebration at Fort Lewis College this Monday. Take a photograph at the event and write 3/4 of a page summarizing the event and what you learned from it. (15 process EC Points)
Watch this video: Democracy Now at FLC -AND- Read this article. In 300-500 words, respond with your own views and reactions. Respond to specific points made in the video and the article, citing who and what you are responding to. Take a position! If necessary, do additional research.
1. MINI-LESSON: Thesis Statement Mini Lesson
2. Thesis Statement Drafting: Write 3 possible thesis statements for your Op-Ed piece. These could be variations on a theme (i.e., similar ideas, but worded differently) or three different ideas.
3. Thesis Critiques
4. Work Time
Humanities 11 Teacher at Animas High School