Then we will head out and take a few snaps if we have time and don’t talk too much.
1) 25 amazing SPORTS photos
What is the different between a motif and a theme?
To Kill a Mockingbird… continued
Quick recap on Chapter 1
We will read:
We will review:
Where did Dill go?
Who is Miss Caroline Fischer?
What did Miss Caroline do initially to Scout?
What does Miss Caroline tell Scout she CANNOT do anymore with a fresh mind?
Who didn’t have a lunch?
What did Scout mean when she said, “Miss Caroline, but he is a Cunningham?”
Does Miss Caroline like Scout on the first day? Yes or No?
Why does Miss Caroline get so angry with Scout?
What does Miss Caroline do at the end of the day?
How does Scout feel about what Miss Caroline is doing?
SOCIAL STUDIES 20
€ I can explain the minimum standard of treatment for a life of dignity. 1.10c
-Sermon on the Mount
-Hammurabi’s Law Code
-Machiavelli’s approach to government
-the Buddhist Noble Eight Fold Path
We will also need to quickly cover:
What are the Ten Commandments?
What is the Sermon on the Mount?
Hammurabi: An Eye for an Eye
Machiavelli Approach to Government: The End’s Justify The Means
Buddha’s Noble Eightfold Path: Noble Truths… Wisdom/Love/Understanding/Fairness/Spiritualness
Moving on to Machiavelli
Quick general intro before we dive into notes and discussion.
He glorified instrumentality in statebuilding—an approach embodied by the saying that “the ends justify the means.” Violence may be necessary for the successful stabilization of power and introduction of new legal institutions. Force may be used to eliminate political rivals, to coerce resistant populations, and to purge the community of other men strong enough of character to rule, who will inevitably attempt to replace the ruler.
What do you think; the end justify the means means?
Do you agree? Disagree? When does common sense come into play?
If you want to reach enlightenment and take that narrow path… you can follow the Eightfold Path.
ALL: Passion Project Time…
Letter of Application and Proposal Time
Write a business letter for proposal (e.g., requesting permission for your project) that:
-uses a consistent style (semi-block or full block) (2)
-presents information completely and in the correct order, state clearly and immediately
-you should inform about the topic (2)
-explain your stance on the topic (2)
-argue the major points (three at least) of your stance on the topic; be complete and accurate (8)
-includes all the parts of a business letter – heading, inside address, salutation, body, complimentary closing, and signature (8)
-states clearly what the writer wants the reader to do; what do you WANT to come of this letter (4)
-avoids expressions that are wordy, clichéd, vague, or discriminatory (2)
-determines what the recipient needs to know; What do you want the person who reads the letter to know (2)
-begins, continues, and ends with courteous tone (2)
TOTAL/ 30 MARKS
The Heading: contains your address and the date of writing.
The Inside Address: includes the name of the addressee, that person’s title or office, the name of the company or institution, and the full address. You can address the letter to whomever you choose (president, government office, civil rights group, court system, airline company)
The Salutation/Greeting: the formal greeting appears two lines lower than the inside address.
In the first paragraph you should identify what the issue is and any relevant information that you believe is important.
The next paragraph should state what you would like done to resolve the situation and what you think a more appropriate response would have been in the first place.
The last paragraph should thank the reader for their time.
Complimentary Close: the complimentary close is inserted three lines below the last line of the body. The most common formulas are: Sincerely, Sincerely yours, Yours truly, Yours sincerely.
Your Signature: always use blue or black ink. Match your signature and your typed name.
Your Typed Name: in all formal letters, there are usually four lines between the complimentary close and the typed name as you intend to sign it.
Exemplar of format:
65 Market Street
Val Haven, CT 95135
June 30, 2004
Cool Sports, LLC
8423 Green Terrace Road
Asterville, WA 65435
Dear Sir or Madam:
I have recently ordered a new pair of soccer cleats (item #6542951) from your website on June 21. I received the order on June 26. Unfortunately, when I opened it, I saw that the cleats were used. The cleats had dirt all over them and there was a small tear in front of the part where the left toe would go. My order number is AF26168156.
To resolve the problem, I would like you to credit my account for the amount charged for my cleats; I have already went out and bought a new pair of cleats at my local sporting goods store so sending another would result in me having two pairs of the same cleats.
Thank you for taking the time to read this letter. I have been a satisfied customer of your company for many years and this is the first time I have encountered a problem. If you need to contact me, you can reach me at (555) 555-5555.
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