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This handout lists, defines, and provides examples of the many different types of logical fallacies.
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This is a short but engaging research activity designed to introduce ethos, pathos, logos (and persuasion, in general) concepts.
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This worksheet poses different scenarios of correct and incorrect--mostly incorrect--in-text citations. Students are asked to make corrections to...
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I view teaching film in very much the same way I view teaching literature. It's simple to discuss characterization, plot, themes, etc. with film....
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This Transcendentalism WebQuest guides students through researching characteristics and ideas of transcendenatlists, well-known American writers ...
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Just over 100 questions for studying the novel, Into the Wild, by Jon Krakauer. Questions cover each chapter, including the Author's Note at the ...
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This is a mini-lesson in correcting quoting, pararphrasing, summarizing, and citing sources. (I emphasize the importance of working quotes/paraph...
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This is a short, review-like worksheet designed to aide students in recognizing different types of figurative language (specifically, simile, met...
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Before I used Carrie Wisehart's "Bucket List" research project, and after I'd introduced the concept (see free lesson), I told them we'd be viewi...
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Short, half-page handout details nine of the most common types of MLA parenthetical citations needed for student research papers. I allow student...
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I use this worksheet along with a Prezi I created. I find that students not only enjoy watching Prezis, but that they're able to note-take, keep ...
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I show my students both Dead Poets Society and Mona Lisa Smile. We compare and contrast them and discuss larger issues of individuality and Trans...
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With my post-secondary and upper secondary (11th grade) students, I devote several weeks to teaching persuasion while also incorporating media li...
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Students make connections between some aspect of the novel (i.e., specific character, character relationships, themes, etc.) and another piece of...
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Ideally, assignment could be used cooperatively (i.e., pairs and/or groups of three). Pairs/Groups compare the evidence for and against the accus...
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After viewing Mona Lisa Smile, I give my students a day in the computer lab to complete this short but interesting research activity regarding th...
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Rules for using commas (list with examples).
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I bought and used Carrie Wisehart's "Bucket List Research Project," which is phenomenal, but I had to have a way to introduce the concept to my k...
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Kristin P.
I am not able to access your link. I purchased the worksheet, and when I paste it into my browser, nothing appears. Help!
December 9, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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Kerri Bury  (TpT Seller)
There is a new URL. I edited the prezi last year and forgot to change the URL in the footer of the document. I apologize. It has been corrected now. You should be able to download the updated document. The only thing that's changed is the URL. Please let me know if you have any other issues or questions. Thank you for purchasing. I hope it's helpful for you.
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Kristy Sagan  (TpT Seller) re: Ethos, Pathos, Logos: Research and Intro Activity
Can you elaborate a little bit on what type of activity this is and how long the activity should take?
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Kerri Bury  (TpT Seller)
Sure. I would think that the activity itself might take one 55-minute class period. It's best if students have access to individual computers, such as in a computer lab or something.

Basically, the activity is broken into three different parts. I want my students to focus on ethos, pathos, logos as three separate and different concepts (initially). The ethos part sets forth 16 media/celebrity figures and asks them to rank them (from 1-16) based on their credibility. If they're unfamiliar with someone, then they'd have to do a little researching--a minute or so. They also have to write a sentence or two explaining why they ranked them they way they did.

The pathos section lists several different emotions and asks them to find an advertisement that uses that emotion to sell its product/idea. They have to summarize the ad in one sentence, then explain how it uses a particular emotion in a second sentence.

The logos section lists several different "issues" or "topics" and asks them to find a statistic about each. Basically, they write the statistic as a complete sentence, then list the source (URL) where they found it.

I hope this helps. It's really a pretty easy (and I think) enjoyable activity, and it introduces those concepts in a way that they can relate to and that is not overwhelming.

Let me know if I can answer or clarify anything else for you.
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Kristy T.
Thank you for the key. Tomorrow works fine for me. The links weren't a big deal for me, but thought you'd want to know based on the other correspondence. I can't explain why they won't work either, yet they work in Google. I appreciate your prompt response.
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Kerri Bury  (TpT Seller)
No problem. What is your email address? I can't figure out how to attach a document here. Maybe I'll just put it on TPT as a free product.
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Kristy T. re: Transcendentalism WebQuest/Research Activity
I noticed the banter below and thought I'd tell you the links have not been remedied based on my purchase yesterday; however, my students were smart enough to figure out that if you copy and paste the url into Google instead of in the white bar at the top, the links will work. If you also click on the hyperlink directly, it works, but the other teacher probably was like me and had made paper copies for her students. (Just letting you know.) My question though is will you please send me an answer key if you have one available? Thanks!
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Kerri Bury  (TpT Seller)
Really??!! The links aren't working? I fixed this last year (or so I thought). I will see what I can do about it. I'm pretty sure I have an answer key. I'll have to scan it and email it to you if that's ok. Thanks for letting me know. I'll be in touch.


Ok . . . So I've looked at it again. I can't explain why typing in the links in the search bar doesn't work. I post my assignments and documents on my teacher website, so I just have my students click on the links. I've never had trouble with doing that. Sorry for the inconvenience. I'll get that key to you ASAP.
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Jamie Wills  (TpT Seller) re: Into the Wild: Study & Discussion Questions
Do you have an answer key for these questions? I would REALLY appreciate that. I would even pay for it in addition to the questions!

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June 26, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
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Kerri Bury  (TpT Seller)
I actually do have an answer key. It's a hard copy, and it's in my classroom right now! I don't go back to school for a few more weeks, but if you'll email me, I'd be more than happy to scan it and send it to you. My email address is kabury@baschools.org.--No charge! :) :)
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Erika B. re: Into the Wild: Study & Discussion Questions
Does this include a key?
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Kerri Bury  (TpT Seller)
I do have an answer key. It's a hard copy, and it's in my classroom, and I won't be returning to school for a few more weeks. I'd be happy to scan it for you and email it to you, though. If you'd like, email me, and I'll reply with the answer key. My email address is kabury@baschools.org.
July 27, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I taught 9th, 10th, and 12th grade English at Nathan Hale High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma for six years. I was also the yearbook advisor at Hale for four years. I have now been teaching, for the past six years, at Broken Arrow Senior High School in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, where I teach literature and composition to 11th-graders. I have also taught higher education classes in Communications and Humanities and the University of Phoenix (Tulsa campus).

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I am a National Board Certified teaching, working on my Ph.D. in Curriculum Studies. I have received several scholarship awards to further my education.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BAED,(English Education), Northeastern State University, 1999 MS, (Teaching, Learning, and Leadership), Oklahoma State University, 2006. 27 hours toward Ph.D. in Curriculum Studies, Oklahoma State University (anticipated graduation, 2013).

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