This is a high interest step-by-step unit for students using provided documents to write an argumentative paper about the idea of child criminals and the punishments/consequences they deserve. The unit includes answer key, teaching notes, planning organizers, and a rubric.
Great for Black History Month! This full unit covers multiple perspectives on the "Black Lives Matter" debate and allows students to find their own point of view on the issue. The unit includes a literary connection, background, historical connections, an implicit argument, arguments across multimed
This is a mini-DBQ created for Anthem, but it could be easily modified for any Ayn Rand text that deals with personal identity or any dystopian text in general that deals with personal identity. It is only one page long, yet it will take students a while to wrap their heads around. It is written in