Friday, January 8th, 2016 AP English Language and Composition AGENDA: 1. Complete next Vocabulary assessment. 2. Continue/complete analysis of “Letter from Birmingham Jail” by Martin Luther King (pp.608-622). With clock buddy, compile examples of ethos, pathos, logos, and kairos and present findings to class. In your groups, analyze letter for structure and rhetorical devices, such as parallelism, allusion, anaphoras, etc. and present findings to class. 3. Choose one passage from “Letter from Birmingham Jail” that moves you or is particularly powerful and write an essay on why that passage is memorable. Don’t forget to include any and all rhetorical devices that MLK uses in that passage and why that rhetorical device(s) adds to the persuasiveness of King’s appeal to the clergy. Needs to be at least one page in length… HOMEWORK/UPCOMING DUE DATES: Using the Toulmin Model of Argument as a guideline, complete your declaration - with warrant(s), support (evidence), and category of claim - and turn in on Tuesday, 1/12 (MLA format, at least 1 ½ pgs).