Define respect. What does it mean? What does it look like? How do you show it?
Respond to this quote based on your own person opinion and experience:
Petrocelli: “Most people in our communities are decent, hardworking citizens who pursue their own interests legally and without infringing on the rights of others. But there are also monsters in our communities—people who are willing to steal and to kill, people who disregard the rights of others” (Myers 21).
What did you "get" from the Point of View activity. What did you learn about yourself (has nothing to do with Drivecam)? How is this activity going to help you with your argument paper?
Describe the last "argument" you had. What was it about? What was the tone? Who was it with? What was your purpose for the argument?
Would you rather... Pros and Cons worksheet. You put a line down the middle of your paper. Pro on the left, Con on the right. I then showed you several options to choose from and you had to pick one or the other. In the 'pro' column, you told me which one you chose and why. In the 'con' column, you told me which one you didn't choose and why.
Think of a time when you, or someone you know, felt almost paralyzed with fear. Where were you, or the other person and what happened?
In detail, describe your morning. Be sure to include all 8 parts of speech. See the grammar section for the 8 parts of speech. You will use this WTL to create a mad-lib to complete with a partner in class.
Write to Learn
WTL Rules: 5 minutes of writing. Don't stop your pen. If you get stuck, rewrite the last sentence you wrote. Repeat this process until you jump start your writing again. If you repeat the same sentence too many times, you will not get credit for the WTL, use it sparingly.