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As Europe makes room for refugees, some in Japan ask: Why not us?
Migrants walk on a railway track toward a makeshift camp for asylum seekers in Roszke, Hungary, Sept. 10, 2015. Leaders of the United Nations refugee agency have warned that Hungary faces a bigger wave of 42,000 asylum seekers in the next 10 days and will need international help to provide shelter on its border. Photo: AP/Muhammed Muheisen
Due Monday 9/28 for Blocks 7 & 8
Editorial Vocabulary Quiz
Write a definition for each of the following words.
3. Call to Action:
4. Using definitions and examples, explain how the following words are related: bias, trustworthy and credible.
5. How are reasoning (or warrant) and evidence different?
6. What would you write an editorial about? Why? What would be your claim and counterclaim?
7. What is an appeal? Compare and contrast the three kinds of appeals (logos, pathos and ethos) and give an example of each.
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The ASSIGNMENT: (48 points possible in Homework & Classwork)
Part 1: Create one notecard for each of the words in the list. Each notecard must include:
· The word―spelled correctly and printed neatly (1/2 point each).
· The word’s definition, copied exactly from above and written legibly (1 point each).
· A note to yourself, in your own words, on what that definition means (1/2 point each).
· A picture, symbol, drawing, visual representation that will help you remember the word (1 point each).
DUE: Thursday 9/17 (Navy) and Friday, 9/18 (Cardinal).
Part 2: Use your notecards to study and memorize the words for the Editorial Vocab QUIZ: Planned for Monday, 9/21/2015 (N) and Tuesday, 9/22/2015 (C).