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Fahrenheit 451 WebQuest
   Fahrenheit 451 – WebQuest  We are going to explore the issue of
censorship, past and present, and how it can help us more fully understand Ray Bradbury's novel, Fahrenheit 451  and the reasons why he wrote it.                                             ...

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You've worked hard on crafting arguments for both sides of the issue, now it is time to choose the side you agree with and build your best argument for it! Your Task:   You will be writing a short paper (5 paragraphs) that does
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Arguing for the side you support!
You've worked hard on crafting arguments for both sides of the issue, now it is time to choose the side you agree with and build your best argument for it! Your Task:   You will be writing a short paper (5 paragraphs) that does
the following: -        Prese...

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Outlining our arguments!
Now that we've spent time crafting arguments using rhetorical appeals and writing counterclaims it's time to outline our arguments. Click on these links to find examples of arguments and counterclaims using ethos, logos, and pathos. In favor of parental not...

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Outlining our arguments!
Now that we've spent time crafting arguments using rhetorical appeals and writing counterclaims it's time to outline our arguments. Click on these links to find examples of arguments and counterclaims using ethos, logos, and pathos. In favor of parental not...

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Making counterclaims!
We've discussed what makes an argument strong, done some research on both sides of our debate question, and today spent some time working with classical rhetorical appeals (ethos, pathos, and logos). Now, you're going to use those appeals to make countercla...

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Making counterclaims!
We've discussed what makes an argument strong, done some research on both sides of our debate question, and today spent some time working with classical rhetorical appeals (ethos, pathos, and logos). Now, you're going to use those appeals to make countercla...

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Rhetorical Appeals: In Favor of Parental Notification
Now, it's time to start crafting our own arguments using rhetorical appeals.

In the comments section below, craft brief arguments in favor of parental notification that use one of the classical rhetorical appeals. At the top of your comment indicate if you...

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Rhetorical Appeals: Against Parental Notification
Now, it's time to start crafting our own arguments using rhetorical appeals.

In the comments section below, craft brief arguments against parental notification that use one of the classical rhetorical appeals. At the top of your comment indicate if you are...

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Making the arguments and using the rhetoric!
We've discussed what makes an argument strong, done some research on both sides of our debate question, and today spent some time working with classical rhetorical appeals (ethos, pathos, and logos).<br /> <br /> Now, you're going to make some arguments!<br...
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