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This colorful powerpoint presents, with some humor I hope, a model for argument developed by Stephen Toulmin. I call it a "take no prisoners" mo...
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This PPT serves as a lecture guide through the complete text of Book One.
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This lecture gives an overview of the difference between classical ideas of tragedy and comedy, based on Aristotle's "Poetics." It considers tho...
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The first of these short stories is perhaps the most frequently anthologized of British-Irish short stories. Both stories are examples of Joyce'...
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This PPT serves as a guide for an in-depth discussion of Book Two.
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This is a COMPLETELY revised lecture about a consensus model for argument. Lots more pictures and more detailed discussion of the rubric for thi...
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This PPT serves as a lecture guide for Book Three.
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This PPT serves as a lecture guide for a discussion of Book Four.
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This PPT serves as a lecture guide for a discussion of the full text of Book Five.
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This PPT serves as a lecture guide for a discussion of the whole text of Book Six.
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This powerpoint traces the development of American short fiction from early tales and legends to today. It focuses not only on social movements ...
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This PPT discusses John Millington Synge's Irish depiction of a Greek tragedy. It might be a good, short piece to use, in fact, with the study o...
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This is a colorful discussion of Samuel Beckett's play, "Happy Days." You should be aware that it is a CHRISTIAN reading of the play. This powe...
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This short play by Lady Augusta Gregory was one of the first salvos of the Irish Renaissance of the late 19th century. It not only refers to the...
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This play is a lengthy discussion of Yeats's play "Cathleen ni Houlihan," his questioning of why young men go to war and what they gain/lose. I ...
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This presentation discusses the meaning and ramifications of the first statement of the "Apostle's Creed": "We believe in one God, the Father, t...
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Buyer re: The Toulmin Model for Argumentative Writing
Hi, Ms. Hart:

I just purchased the Toulmin ppt, and it looks great. The only concern I have is that the examples are no longer timely. I noticed that you offered to send the updated version to another client, so I hope you'll extend that offer to me. My personal email address is pwdroz@gmail.com.

Thank you very much!
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Yvonne G. re: The Rogerian Model of Argument
Do you have any suggestions about the two opposing songs that would be useful. I am currently teaching the great gatsby?
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Donna Hart  (TpT Seller)
Morning, Yvogonza,

Truthfully, I'm not really all that active in TpT, so I'm not sure I even remember what I had in the Rogerian Argument PPT. I tend to revise and change them every time I use them.

And my PPTs tend to be more appropriate for college-level, because that's where I've taught the last 20+ years.

But to try to answer your question: In the past, I've used John Mayer's "Waitin' on the World to Change" with The Eagle's "It's Your World Now." The first represents the younger generation's feeling of powerlessness and their having to wait until their parents' generation "gets out of the way." The second represents the older generation's saying to their children, "We've done the best we can do. It's up to you to take over now." You could probably find both of those on YouTube. Another one that might fit with that subject is Marc Cohn's "Things We've Handed Down."

By the way, if you'll send me your email address, I'll just send you my most recent version of the Rogerian PPT. As I say, it's directed toward college students, but you can change and revise things to suit your own needs. You might need to change type fonts; I tend to use specialty fonts for titles and such.

Let me know, if you want the updated version.
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Scipi  (TpT Seller) re: God the Father in the Nicene Creed
Donna,

Your thumbnails are in English, but your free download is in "gobbily goop." You might check this out because if a person cannot read the power point, they will move on, not looking at what else you have. You want your freebie to definitely be user friendly. I hope this helps your rating.
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Donna Hart  (TpT Seller)
Thanks for letting me know. Truthfully, I have no idea why they aren't readable. Maybe the type font I used. Although, if they were readable in the thumbnail, they should have been readable in the other. I've tried to delete and edit a couple of things over the years, without success, so I just let them sit there. I'm not really all that much into TpT. It's not really something I expect to make much money from. NONETHELESS, I'll look at it and see if there's anything I can do. Thanks again.
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Donna J. Oestreich-Hart,

I read your article on Macros in Word for grading. Has your tech dept. looked into a way to put those Macros and toolbar into a file to share with other computers?

I would love to have that file if such a file exists!

Please let me know!

Thanks,
Zach Beck
M. Ed. C & I: Technology
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Grand Canyon University

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Donna Hart  (TpT Seller)
Good Morning, Zach,

I have what I guess I would call a "non-answer" for you.

When I retired from my 20-year position at Greenville College in Illinois, I was the only one who still had a copy of the grading macros.

And, when I bought and downloaded Office 2007, that program destroyed the whole file that had the grading macros in it. I had saved it over onto a disk, but the new Office program wouldn't accept the saved information.

The reason is that, all those macros were saved into the normal.dot file on each of our computers. Apparently, Office 2007 won't let a person replace their normal.dot file with an older one. Or maybe it's just that I'm not enough of a Techie to know how to do it. At any rate, because that macro information has literally replaced the normal.dot file, it's easy to lose it--reburning your hard drive, installing new programs, etc.

Let me give you some suggestions:

1. Go into the Help function for either your MS Word program or for the Microsoft website itself. Look for "Creating Macros." My guess is that you'll be able to find instructions for your starting from scratch and creating your own. If they are similar to what I describe in my article, then you can use both as a guide.

2. If your University is interested, there's a program called "Turnitin.com" that has several helpful functions. One of them is the allow you to save highlighting and grading comments onto a clipboard. So, from one set of papers to another to another, if you want to mark "pronoun agreement," for example, you can just click on that item in your clipboard list, and it will pop up as a "comment balloon" icon on your student's paper. When the student runs his/her cursor over the balloon, the whole comment box pops up.

Turnitin also checks against many, many other sources and provides you with a "plagiarism" percentage. (Truthfully, I have not found that one to be very helpful.)

Hope this at least gives you a "next step."

Donna Hart
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have 40 years' teaching experience, and am now retired. I have taught everything from 7th grade language arts and social studies to college British literature (particularly Shakespeare) to adult degree completion. My greatest loves are early English literature, Shakespeare, and Irish literature.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I have tried to combine all teaching styles: Lecture, discussion, film, recordings, field trips, group projects, and online web creations.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Several published articles.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BS in English Education. MA in English. PhD in English.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Married. Mother of 4 children and 4 stepchildren. Grandmother of 11 grandchildren.