For our warm-up today, we took the following aphorisms and put them into our own words. So, rephrase them into simpler terms. Ad Project Presentation Grading Scale
At the working man's house, hunger looks in but dares not to enter.
Have you something to do tomorrow? Do it today.
Not to oversee workmen is to leave them your purse open.
The noblest question in the world is, "What good may I do in it?'
Anger is never without a reason but seldom with a good one.
Be always ashamed to catch thyself idle.
Wish not to much as to live long as to live well.
Many have quarreled about religion that never practiced it.
We then moved on to revolutionary writings: Thomas Paine and Patrick Henry. These can be found in the book, so if you were absent, you're going to have to wait to make them up. They're on pages 99-103 and 116-119. I'm attaching the handout for that. For the chart, you need your notes on Bandwagon and other rhetorical strategies. You can also use literary devices such as similes, allusion, and rhetorical questions.