Thursday, October 8, 2009

Lecture 10: Reaction and Response, Using Evidence

In today's lesson we reviewed rules and then created evidence to support changes to rule. We used statistical and factual evidence and spoke about expert opinions.

After reading the Ted Byfield essay on Health Canada, we then filled in a graphic organiser with examples of evidence used.

For homework, please prepare for Tuesday's class in which we'll begin writing our position papers.

You can either come to class with a topic and source(s) for your position paper (newspaper opinion piece, journal article, film review,  must be at least two pages and include sources of evidence).

Choose to write on "The Ticking Time Bomb" (247), "The Decline of Public Language" (367), or "Any Colour as Long as it's Shakespeare" (361)

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