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Fortnite, Bundle, Argument Article, Task Cards, Escape Room
Do you need all the Fortnite products for your obsessed teens? Grab these 4 products for 20% off!Fortnite Reading Comprehension ArticleHas Fortnite taken over your classroom as it has mine? This is all my students talk about, and if there is a second of downtime, they are talking about their levels
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Analyzing Arguments with articles and videos
Analyzing Arguments Instructions: Fill in the table below to determine which article/video provides the most effective argument. Check out my store for more items you may like! A Monster Calls Novel Unit A Monster Calls Song Analysis and Character Point of View Code Orange Novel Unit with Int
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Argumentative Article Analysis
This handout is meant to be used as a scaffold for argumentative essay and rhetorical analysis. It can be used to guide whole-class discussion of articles, or as an individual student assessment. Articles can be provided by the instructor, or students can find them individually. I have even had stud
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Group Argumentative Article Project
This worksheet allows groups of students to thoroughly read, annotate, analyze, and discuss an argumentative article. Each step of the assignment is detailed on the paper. All you have to do is provide the group with an argumentative article to annotate and a copy of the worksheet. You can choose to
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Nonfiction Reading & Argumentative Essay: "Why Grammar?" 1-Week Unit
If you’re tired of trying to sell the importance of grammar to your students, then maybe it’s time to let them discover for themselves why we still have to learn it! This mini-unit focuses on evaluating the arguments in articles, considering opposing viewpoints, and writing formally based on the c

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Fear and Arthur Miller’s The Crucible: Practice with Synthesis
Using Arthur Miller’s essay, “Tragedy and the Common Man,” and his play, The Crucible, students will review significant rhetorical devices and appeals. They will close read and annotate the text, interact with supporting video clips such as an expose on modern witch-hunting in India, listen to an NP

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Practice with Argument: Nun on the Bus—Simone Campbell’s NDC Speech
Using Sister Simone Campbell’s speech at the 2012 National Democratic Convention, students will review important rhetorical devices and appeals, close read and annotate the text, view supporting video clips, listen to an NPR story on Sister Simone Campbell and the Nuns on the Bus, view a short film
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Practice with Argument: Nancy Mair’s “On Being a Cripple.”
Using Nancy Mair’s essay, “On Being a Cripple,” students will review important rhetorical devices and appeals, close read and annotate the text, view supporting video clips, listen to an NPR story, view a wonderful ESPN documentary featuring a blind athlete and a double amputee athlete, evaluate the
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Thinking Skills BUNDLE K-2
Exercise young brains with this pack of thinking skill games and activities!!! *Function & Attribute Sort Challenge -What do a "tangerine, keys, a light-switch, and a tool" have in common? Challenge young learners to sort this set of 60 real-picture cards into categories by function or attribu
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Practice with Argument: Niccolò Machiavelli’s “The Morals of a Prince.”
Using Niccolò Machiavelli’s “The Morals of a Prince,” students will review important rhetorical devices and appeals, close read and annotate the text, view supporting video clips, listen to an NPR story, view a TED TALK on Machiavelli, evaluate the writing prompt, and examine scored student sample e

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Practice with Synthesis: Being Bilingual and Bicultural
Using Pat Mora’s poem “Legal Alien,” and Richard Rodriguez’s “Aria: Memoir of a Bilingual Childhood,” students will review important rhetorical and literary devices and appeals, close read and annotate the text, view supporting video clips, listen to an NPR story, view a TED TALK called No Child Lef

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Practice with Argument: James Baldwin’s, “Notes of a Native Son.”
Using the first section of James Baldwin’s, “Notes of a Native Son” students will review important rhetorical devices and appeals, close read and annotate the text, view supporting video clips, listen to an NPR story on Baldwin, view a TED TALK on a father raising an African American son in today’s
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Evaluation and Reasoning Skills GAME - "You can('t) wear that!"
Practice reasoning skills (directly influences reading comp and writing) in a FUN way! Object: Learner will formulate and express a reasonable arguments as to why an article of clothing is or is not appropriate for the given weather. Print & Play games save you time! All you need is a color p
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The Cold War Lesson Plan.  United States versus Soviet Union Debate Activity
This lesson plan has the students take on the role of either the United States or the Soviet Union during the Cold War. A brief powerpoint sets up the lesson and gives instructions. Then students are divided into 6 teams. 3 teams will argue for the US and 3 teams will argue for the Soviets. The
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Practice with Argument: Margaret Thatcher’s Eulogy for Ronald Reagan
Using Margaret Thatcher’s “Eulogy for Ronald Reagan,” students will review important rhetorical devices and appeals; close read and annotate the text; view supporting video clips such as a 1980s SNL skit and a 2013 Bill Maher rant on Reagan; listen to several NPR stories; and view a comparison perfo

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Halloween Activity: Vampire Stations
I LOVE celebrating holidays with my students while still sticking to the standards. In this resource, you'll find four activities and articles to use with your students that cover multiple informational text standards while keeping engagement high. The subject is spooky - Vampires! Students will lea
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Practice with Argument— Waiting For Godot in New Orleans
While Samuel Beckett wrote Waiting for Godot, Wendell Pierce wrote a memoir, The Wind in the Reeds, where he writes of the experience of performing Waiting for Godot in New Orleans, in the Ninth Ward. There is a link to Chapter 1 of The Wind in the Reeds in this resource. Students will review impor
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Argumentation Analysis "Was Gatsby Black?" Nonfiction and The Great Gatsby
Students will read the article "Was Gatsby Black?" by Elizabeth Manus. Directions are given to students as to what to do before, during and after reading. An accompanying worksheet asks students to analyze the central argument of the article and the credibility of those making claims in the article.
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An Inquiry Unit: What Makes People More Generous or Greedy?
Investigate the intriguing topics of greed and generosity with your students during the month of December! Students will watch videos, read articles, develop a claim, write an argumentative article that can be published on a website and participate in a socratic seminar! This unit includes: ♦Three
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Practice with Argument: Barbara Lazear Ascher’s, “On Compassion.”
Using Barbara Lazear Ascher’s “On Compassion,” students will review important rhetorical devices and appeals, close read and annotate the text, view supporting video clips, listen to an NPR story on compassion and homelessness, view a TED TALK on a writer who found herself homeless for a year, evalu
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Practice with Analysis: Laura Bohannan’s, “Shakespeare in the Bush.”
Using Laura Bohannan’s, “Shakespeare in the Bush,” students will review important rhetorical devices and appeals, close read and annotate the text, view supporting video clips including an interactive clip from The Lion King on Broadway. Students will listen to a PRX story on hip hop and Hamlet, vie
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Practice with Argument: William Shakespeare and the Migrants
Using a speech William Shakespeare inserted for a collaborative play, Sir Thomas More, students will review important rhetorical devices and appeals, close read and annotate the text, and view supporting video clips on Europe’s refugee crisis. Video clips examining recent songs by Radiohead and M.I.
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Practice with Analysis: Ralph Ellison’s, “On Bird, Bird-Watching, and Jazz.”
Using Ralph Ellison’s, “On Bird, Bird-Watching, and Jazz students will review important rhetorical devices, author’s purpose, close read and annotate the text, view supporting video clips, listen to an NPR story on Charlie Parker’s influence on contemporary musician, view a TED TALK on jazz improvis
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Common Core Aligned Articles of the Week--Argumentative Series
A slight twist on the Article of the Week, this bundle of CCSS AOWs (articles of the week) includes: -5 pro/con (argumentative) articles focused on the topics of : Healthy Lunches, Driverless Cars, Athlete Salaries, Religion in Schools, and Social Networking. Each article includes embedded quest
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