Based on the textbook reading, what are the benefits of rhetoric in personal communication?

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Guiding Questions:

 

I.  Based on the textbook reading, what are the benefits of rhetoric in personal communication?  Academic?  Professional? (1-2 paragraph    1 paragraph = 5-8 sentences)

 

II.  Words and actions can create controversy.  Consider issues in education that has generated controversy.  Complete the following for four (4) possible topics.

 

Topic:

Explanation:

Interest:

Guiding Argument:

Counterarguments:

 

III.  Which topic piques your interest most?  Why?  What concerns do you have about choosing this topic?

 

General topic: Issues in Education

 

General Ideas to get you thinking:

•    Public or private early childhood, elementary, middle/high school, community college, university, post-graduate studies, alternative schools & programs

•    Teachers, staff, administration, students, parents, communities, politicians, etc.

•    Resources, cost, pay, opportunities, curriculum, testing, facilities, school/district policies, discipline

•    Sports, tutoring, special programs, music, academics, electives, graduation requirements, college requirements, school involvement on a variety of issues.

 

Make sure your topic is controversial

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•    A controversial topic is one that people have different opinions about.

•    Narrow your topic to clarify the direction you want to take in your paper and the overall argument you will make.

•    The next two screens show how to move an informative topic to a controversial topic.

Topics to avoid

    •    •Obesity in school children (overly argued)

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    •    •Physical Education in schools (obvious results)

    •    •Religion/Prayer in the Classroom

    •    •School lunches (overly argued)

    •    •Arming teachers (lack of research)

    •    •School Uniforms (overly argued)

    •    •Parental Involvement (obvious results)

    •    •Bullying in schools (obvious results)

    •    •Homeschooling (obvious results)

    •    •Proficiency grading (lack of research)

•    Avoid these topics.  Submission of these topics for consideration will earn a zero.

 

 

Topics to consider

•    •Repeating a grade.

•    •National curriculum standards (K-12)

•    •Shortened school weeks

•    •Year round school

•    •Online high school

•    •Play Based Learning

•    •Academic Preschools

•    •Technology in lower grades

•    •Project Based Learning

•    •Teacher Assessment Programs

•    •Crowd Sourcing Education

•    •Gender Equality in the Classroom

•    •Full Day Kindergarten

•    •Federally Funded Preschool

•    •College Readiness Programs

•    •Character Education

•    •Year round school

•    •Sports impact on Academics

•    •Tracking Programs

•    •School-to-Work Programs

•    •School Discipline Programs

•    •Bilingual Education

•    •Contingent Faculty Positions

•    •Collective Bargaining

•    •Life Skills Programs

•    •School Choice

•    •Student Retention (higher ed)

•    •GED programs

•    •Alternative School Programs

•    •Sex Ed Programs

•    •Exam Preparation Curriculum

•    •College Athlete Pay

•    •Portfolio Curriculum

•    •Groupwork

•    •Health Education

•    •Single-Sex Schools

•    •Technology Free Education

•    •Distance Learning Degrees

•    •Cooperative Teaching

•    •College Loan Repayment

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