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Nonfiction: Tone and Bias in the Media Coverage of Jack the Ripper
Jack the Ripper. One of the most notorious serial killers of all time. And he was never caught. There are over 100 theories about his identity. If you're looking for a high-interest nonfiction topic to get your students interested in analyzing nonfiction, this is it! This activity has two par
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How to Read Literature Like a Professor Unit Bundle - AP Lit/ AP Lang
This bundle includes everything you need to teach Thomas C. Foster's "How to Read Literature Like a Professor" to AP Lit or AP Lang students. This massive resource contains the following: 118 slides of detailed notes, with applications to Foster's text and beyond, including novels, plays, songs, poe
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Speech and Rhetoric Vocabulary Terms PowerPoint
Rhetoric is language that is designed to influence us. We are constantly bombarded with it. Language is a powerful tool for those who know how to use it to influence others.In this 17 page PowerPoint presentation, students will learn thirteen definitions of a variety of rhetorical techniques in ord
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Argument Writing: Research Paper & Argument Essay Unit | Cell Phones
Looking for comprehensive and engaging argument writing lesson plans to teach your students how to write argument essays that meet the Common Core standards?From thesis statements to counterclaims, from grabbers to research, from mentor texts to citation, this unit has focused lessons on everything
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Analyzing Editorial Cartoons
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This lesson includes a powerpoint, activity, and quiz that helps students learn about editorial cartoons. The ability to "read" images involves critical thinking skills emphasized in the common core standards.
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How to Read Literature Like a Professor Notes & Mini-Lessons
This massive slideshow contains 26 mini-lessons, guiding students through a study of Thomas C. Foster's book, "How to Read Literature Like a Professor." Each lesson makes references beyond Foster's text, including additional novels, plays, songs, poems, films, and television shows. In addition to no

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Analyzing Speeches
Simple Graphic Organizer to support students with speech analysis 3 pages Sentence starters Common core aligned
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Common Core Reading - Writing
Predictive Writing and Text-Based Writing used to interpret informational text through close reading. A blank copy is included as well as an example of how it can be used in class with informational text.
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Lincoln's 2nd Inaugural Address All In One Bundle w/ Questions, Assessments. PPT
Teaching students to analyze foundational US documents can be challenging! With this All in One Bundle, your students will be able to understand grade level vocabulary, analyze Lincoln's 2nd Inaugural Address through rhetorical devices and produce an Oral and/or Written Presentation to demonstrate m
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Hidden Figures Movie  Powerpoint
This PowerPoint serves as an introduction to the three leading women in the film, and it also provides information about NASA that will make the movie relevant to 2018. I also provided background information about topics that came up in the movie such as Brown Vs. Board of Education that I felt my s
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In Cold Blood Synthesis Prompt:  CC and PARCC Aligned
Using a non-fiction text as a primary source with three additional articles, this performance based assessment (PBA), commonly called a synthesis prompt, acts as a strong versatile conclusion to the In Cold Blood unit. This essay prompt comes with an introduction plus three cited excerpted articles
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Civil Disobedience Synthesis Essay
A perfect assessment for English or social studies teachers who want to delve into civil disobedience, this synthesis essay compilation provides a prompt, rubric, tips for writing, a fill-in chart, a brainstorming activity, and an answer key. A list of articles and videos that examine the topic ar
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Summarizing vs. Analyzing Activity with Andy Goldsworthy (Artist)
This activity can be assigned as a homework assignment, or completed in-class as a learning activity. It features Andy Goldsworthy's natural sculptures as well as an interview (information text), and has students paraphrase, analyze, and evaluate. Made initially for a 1:1 classroom, this activity al
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Indian Removal Act -- Close Reading and Writing
Close reading of speeches by President Andrew Jackson and Senator Theodore Frelinghuysen regarding Jackson's Indian Removal Act. Each speech has understanding and analysis questions with a summarizing writing task. A final cumulative task comparing both speeches is included. Rubrics for all tasks ar
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Realism: Story of an Hour, Regret, and Blind Man Reviews (or Tests) & Answer Key
It's "real!" This packet of short story reviews allows students to use critical-thinking skills as they answer questions that pertain to three of Kate Chopin's Realism pieces: "The Story of an Hour," "Regret," and "Blind Man." Dotted with literary terminology, the questions provide a comprehensive r
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The Declaration of Independence & Patrick Henry's Liberty Speech
It's an interdisciplinary approach at its best! This chart and question sheet provide students in both U.S. history and language arts a chance to explore the rhetorical devices used by America's Founding Fathers to garner support for the Revolution. From rhetorical questions to parallelism to refu
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Emerson's Nature and Self-Reliance Worksheet (or Test) and Detailed Answer Key
This worksheet is a "natural" choice for those instructors who focus on the Romantic Period. A wide range of engaging and thought-provoking questions on this ditto will provide students with the opportunity to use their critical-thinking skills to dissect the essence of Emerson's famous works: Natu
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Frederick Douglass: From Slavery (Autobiography) to Speaker (Untie My Hands)
Walk in the footsteps of one of America's great abolitionists through these review worksheets/assessments. Students will have the chance to examine Frederick Douglass' profound autobiography and his speech about suffrage. Questions check for comprehension as well as explore the ideals of this great
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Emerson, Thoreau, and Romanticism Review Activity
Teachers need not rely on their "intuition" to decide whether to utilize these short-answer questions that pertain to Romanticism. The answer is clear: This follow-up assignment allows students to choose from a selection of 10 topics that deal with this literary period as well as the teachings of E
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Intro to Science Fiction
Grab your students' attention with this intriguing genre that can be taught over an entire school year, or just a short unit. The idea of Science Fiction has much to offer our world, and chances are, your students have had at least some exposure to it through TV, film, or video games before enterin
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Name that Literary Device! Lesson Plan (OTES-ready)
TEACH FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE WITH OTES-READY LESSON PLAN · RUBRICS · ANSWER KEYS· PRETEST FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT· POSTTEST SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT· GROUP ACTIVITIES· INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITIES· DISCUSSIONS· ART and HANDS-ON ACTIVITIES· MUSIC AND ART· CREATIVITY· LESSON PLANS · VARIOUS LEARNING STYLES· DIFFERENTI
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Judge Learned Hand Spirit of Liberty Rhetorical Analysis
Judge Learned Hand's message about liberty and freedom is one that encompasses so many of today's issues within diversity. You could say, his 1944 WWII audience shares many of the same qualms within diversity as the groups we see fighting for equality today. This short 500 word speech is jam packed
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Kaffir Boy - Censorship Article Activity
Before reading Kaffir Boy, a harrowing memoir by Mark Mathabane, I have my students read an article he published in 1999 entitled, "If You Assign My Book, Don't Censor It." As this book has been banned by some school districts due to the graphic nature of a scene included in chapter 10, I like to ha
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