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Mustang Minute. No talking once you enter the classroom. Tuck EVERYTHING ELSE UNDER YOUR SEAT Today is a Double-Down Day so be careful. THIS. IS. Jeopardy. Your. With. Host. Mrs. Adams. Jeopardy. Spot the Vocab. Argument Vocab. I HEART SPAM. Article Aces. SPAM in Action. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Mustang MinuteNo talking once you enter the classroom.Tuck EVERYTHING ELSE UNDER YOUR SEATToday is a Double-Down Day so be careful.

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  • What is the definition of a Claim?A 100

  • The thesis/main idea of what you are arguing.A 100

  • What is an appeal to Logos?A 200

  • Convincing through logic, reasoning, and facts/statistics. A 200

  • What is the definition of a Counterclaim?A 300

  • Acknowledging and then opposing/disproving your oppositions viewpoint.A 300

  • What does C.R.E.W stand for?A 400

  • C = ClaimR = ReasonsE = EvidenceW = WarrantA 400

  • What does S.P.A.M. stand for?A 500

  • S = SituationP = PurposeA = AudienceM = ModeA 500

  • If the claim is Mapleton Jr. High is a great place to go to school, which of the following would be the best piece of evidence to support that?A: Because its less crowded than some other schools in the district.B: Mapleton is a town in Utah.C: I hate going to Mapleton Jr. High.D: The students at MJHS raised $2000 for students in need last Christmas.B 100

  • D: The students at MJHS raised $2000 for students in need last Christmas.B 100

  • Which of these would be a counterclaim to the claim that 9th grade boys should be banned from growing mustaches?A: Mustaches can be very distracting, but freshman are mature enough to make an important decision like facial hair.B: Only some 15 year-old boys can actually grow mustaches so others might feel less manly if they cant.C: Mustaches can be creepy, and food gets stuck in them too.D: 90% of 9th grade girls dont like mustaches on young people.B 200

  • A: Mustaches can be distracting to freshman, but freshman are mature enough to make facial hair decisions.B 200

  • A speaker who states that you should believe her because she has a graduate education and experience in the area of computers is using what type of appeal to make her case?B 300

  • The speaker is using Ethos. B 300

  • In the year 2000 22,953 transplants were performed in the U.S. However, more people still wait for transplant opportunities. This is an appeal toB 400

  • An appeal to Logos.B 400

  • Which of the following is a warrant to the Claim that smartphones are the most valuable piece of technology using the evidence: Over 54% of all Americans have smartphones, and the number increases each day.A: If so many people are using them, then clearly they present a great value to the individuals who use them.B: Smartphones are the most valuable piece of technology.C: Smartphones are the most popular type of phone used today.D: 46% of Americans havent yet started using smartphones.B 500

  • A: If so many people are using them, then clearly smartphones present a great value to the individuals who use them. B 500

  • What is the Purpose of the following prompt:Music has a big influence on young people today. Think about how the hip-hop or pop culture influences your life and your friends lives. Now write an essay to explain the negative and positive effects of such music on todays youth. C 100

  • To explain/inform the negative and positive effects of music on todays youth.C 100

  • What is the Mode of the following prompt:Your school board is considering extending the school day to 5:00pm. Do you agree or disagree with this proposition? Write a letter to the school board stating your opinion on the issue.C 200

  • An Argumentative LetterC 200

  • What is the Audience of the following prompt:Some high schools in Utah are separating the boys and girls and becoming same gender schools meaning Girls Only schools and Boys Only schools. Think about the advantage and disadvantages of being at school with no peers of the opposite gender. Write an essay to explain the pros and cons of same gender schoolsC 300

  • Society / Test-GradersC 300

  • DAILY DOUBLEC 400DAILY DOUBLEPlace A Wager

  • Identify S.P.A.M. in the following prompt:A recent survey has found that many teens are using informal text shorthand in their formal writing for school. Some say that the surveys results are disturbing. They think students should not be encouraged to write informally in school. Others are not so sure. A study done in the United Kingdom found that the use of textisms may actually improve writing skill. Read both passages, and decide your position on the issue. Support your choice using evidence and reasoning from both passages. Write an essay explaining to the English department why they should or should not incorporate textisms in the writing curriculum.C 400

  • S = Using textisms in formal writing in school.P = Argue whether we should or should not incorporate textisms in school writing, using evidence and reasons from both passagesA = English departmentM = Argumentative Essay C 400

  • What is the Situation of the following prompt:The practice of offering incentives for charitable acts is widespread, from school projects to fund drives by organizations such as public television stations, to federal income tax deductions to charities. In a well-written essay, develop a position on the ethics of offering incentives for charitable acts. Support your position with evidence from your reading, observation, and/or experience.C 500

  • The practice of offering incentives for charitable acts by organizations. C 500

  • Identify the Audience of the following prompt:As part of a push towards making schools healthier they are removing sugary drinks from schools. Using the information presented in the attached readings write an essay explaining to parents in the community why the school districts are opting to remove sugar drinks from their schools. Provide specific details and examples.D 100

  • A = Parents in the communityD 100

  • Identify the Purpose of the following prompt:The following passages present two different opinions on whether or not college athletes should be paid money for playing a sport. Which side do you support? Make a claim and support your claim with specific details and information from the passages.D 200

  • P = Argue whether athletes should or should not be paid, make a claim, support with specific details/informationD 200

  • Identify the Mode of the following prompt:Many people talk or text on cell phones while driving. Write an explanation of why using cellphones can be dangerous while driving using information from both passages.D 300

  • M = Informational EssayD 300

  • Identify the Situation of the following prompt:Read the two passages about the Titanic. Write an informational essay about what has changed to improve passanger safety because of this historic tragedy. Provide specific examples from the story that resulted in the development of the new rules. Be sure to include information from both passages in your essay.D 400

  • Situation = The story of the Titanic.D 400

  • Identify the Purpose of the following prompt:Many grocery stores are equipped with self-serve checkout lanes. While many customers like this way of checking out, others do not. Supermarkets have to decide what to do. Read the article Help Yourself? to familiarize yourself with the problems and what some stores are doing about it. Explain which is better: keeping or getting rid of the self-checkout lanes. Be sure to cite specific reasons for your argument from the article.D 500

  • Purpose = Explain which is better: keeping or getting rid of the self-checkout lanes, cite specific reasonsD 500

  • When saying the pledge of allegiance citizens must do all of the following except:A: Face the flagB: Salute by placing the right hand over the heartC: Sing alongD: Stand at attentionE 100

  • C: Sing alongE 100

  • What percent of engineers are women?A: 1%B: 11%C: 22%D: 33%E 200

  • B: 11%E 200

  • What is the name of the First Ladys campaign to combat childhood obesity?A: ApplauseB: Get FitC: Lets MoveD: Work It!E 300

  • B: Get FitE 300

  • How is the concept of the income gap best explained?A: The American DreamB: The rich get richer, the poor get even.C: The rich get richer, the poor get poorer.D: The rich push the poor down.E 400

  • C: The rich get richer, the poor get poorer.E 400

  • What percent of people now own a smartphone in the United states?A: 10% of adultsB: 100% of adultsC: 25% of adultsD: 45% of adultsE 500

  • D: 45% of adultsE 500

  • What is the name of the Russian president?A: Doku UmarovB: Igor NovgorodC: Nicholas RomanovD: Vladimir PutinF 100

  • D: Vladimir PutinF 100

  • Who created the rules concerning etiquette during the Pledge of Allegiance? F 200

  • CongressF 200

  • GoldieBlox seeks to get girls excited about engineering by incorporating what item in with building toys?F 300

  • Books with stories about Goldies adventures.F 300

  • Students receive roughly what percent of their daily calories from school lunch? A: 20%B:40%C: 60%D: 80%F 400

  • B: 40%F 400

  • Who recently claimed that, The expanding gap between rich and poor [is a bigger] threat to the economy than the budget deficit?F 500

  • The United States PresidentF 500

  • The Final Jeopardy Category is:CREWPlease record your wager.Click on screen to begin

  • Come up with a