Agree or Disagree? "International borders are morally wrong" (Why or why not?)
1. Pair-Share starter
2. Morality and Politics of Justice project description
3. Introduction to RHETORIC (A-D below)
A. How does this video make you feel?
B. Discuss the last time someone persuaded you to do something, buy something, or believe something. What did that person do that was convincing?
Discuss the last time you persuaded someone. How did you convince your “audience”?
C. Examples of Persuasion:
Tyler Durden's Speech
Persuasive messages demand a response: Critique of the creepy anti-obamacare ads
D. DEFINITION OF RHETORIC
Rhetoric is symbolic expression (including, but not limited to, language) intended to modify
(ideologically or emotionally) the perspective (the ideas and/or feelings) of its audience.
4. Ted Talk: The Moral roots of Liberals and Conservative
5. POST TO Google Classroom
Humanities 11 Teacher at Animas High School