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Love is a Fallacy

Directions: In your group, read the story. Annotate the text according to the directions below. You may discuss your answers as a group, however, everyone needs to annotate their copy of the text. 1. Highlight every unfamiliar word in yellow. In the margins, write a short definition or synonyms for the word. 2. Underline each example of a logical fallacy in a bright color. In the margins, identify which type of logical fallacy it is. 3. Once you are done reading the story, flip the story over. On the back, answer the following questions. y What is a short (3-5) sentence summary of the story? (Use the Somebody Wanted But So format ask if you don t know what this is) y Why is the ending of the story ironic? y What is the theme of the story?

Love is a Fallacy
Directions: In your group, read the story. Annotate the text according to the directions below. You may discuss your answers as a group, however, everyone needs to annotate their copy of the text. 4. Highlight every unfamiliar word in yellow. In the margins, write a short definition or synonyms for the word. 5. Underline each example of a logical fallacy in a bright color. In the margins, identify which type of logical fallacy it is. 6. Once you are done reading the story, flip the story over. On the back, answer the following questions. y What is a short (3-5) sentence summary of the story? (Use the Somebody Wanted But So format ask if you don t know what this is) y Why is the ending of the story ironic? y What is the theme of the story?