Tuesday is our first test in the Tests/Writing/Projects category, and I want you to go well on it. To facilitate that, I have two links on Quizlet for our terms. One for the Key Terms for Constitutional Underpinnings, and one… Continue Reading
To help you and other students read more examples and understand the rhetorical terms better, you will give a clear, interesting example for one of your rhetorical terms 1-20 as a comment to this post. Here are a few… Continue Reading
Vote in the Library of Congress, from 0700-1400. Do it for America!
Here is my favorite online help: Purdue’s Online Writing Lab. It’s the site that I use when I need some writing or grammar help. Go here to get some help on your persuasive essay on whether it is… Continue Reading
If you enjoyed our writing prompt on Magna-Soles this week, then you may want to read more from The Onion, a satirical news site. Funny stuff here.
Due on Tuesday: Choose some aspect of the Constitution to represent visually, as the examples do in the classroom. Pick an area that you are interested in knowing more about and go for it. You MUST post here what aspect… Continue Reading
People on the street answer this question from Chapter 17 of The Prince: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLQ6uswFiGw
Here is the video we discussed in class.