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Obama Second Inaugural Address Argumentative Essay Speechwriting Techniques
Obama's speeches are memorable and powerful for their progressive, spiritual vision and their abundant use of traditional speechwriting techniques, such as parallel structure, balanced phrasing, and alliteration. The class can start by listening to his speech on YouTube to get connected with the lan
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Obesity Prompt Argumentative with Text-Based Stimuli & Sample Essay
Looking for some example papers to use for teaching solid writing strategies for success on state writing tests? Need prompts and stimuli that are ready to go? Feast your eyes on this food-themed argumentative prompt. This prompt pack would work well if you are looking to have students practice ar
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Was Jefferson a Hypocrite? An Investigation and Essay Activity, including text
Thomas Jefferson wrote the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, the Declaration of Independence, and publicly acknowledged that slavery was “a great political and moral evil.” Yet the same man who wrote that all men were entitled to “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” acquired and maint
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Martin Luther King Activities Paired Prompt, Black History
Need a NO PREP lesson for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day or for teaching argumentative writing with exemplars? In this 100% editable lesson, students will recognize how authors share their opinions through their words, examples, figurative language, use of counterclaims, and rhetorical devices set wit
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Winter Reading and Writing Activities For Big Kids – Common Core Aligned
This is a rigorous unit geared at student engagement, thinking, reading, and writing skills. This unit can stand alone, or be integrated into various units as there are multiple standards aligned resources. Students read and analyze both informational and fictional texts, and write argumentative and
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Nonfiction Mini-Unit: Why Summer Reading?
Want students to study opposing viewpoints, evaluate a variety of sources, and debate the pros and cons of summer reading? Use this mini-unit to have some FUN with nonfiction reading AND writing skills! Students are fully scaffolded through all the thinking needed to eventually write a semi-formal
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Black History Month Bundle-Bell Ringers, Banners, and Bulletin Boards
Are you looking for a resource that will introduce your students to important African Americans and events during Black History Month? Look no further than the Black History Month Bundle! This bundles includes THREE engaging resources that are the perfect way to help you and your students celebrate
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Back to School Activity 6-Pack for US History, American Government, Civics
Handed out your syllabus, completed a few icebreakers, now what? Building community and purpose in your U.S. History or American Government / Civics class is crucial that first week back to school. Here are 6 tried-and-true activities to start your year strong. Options include: - Assess incomin
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Summer Vacation Debate Banners: Mini-Research Project
Are you looking for a meaningful End of the Year activity that will not only let your students have fun and show their creativity, but also requires them to conduct research and think critically? Look no further than the Summer Vacation Debate Banners: Mini Research Project! This project contains ov
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Women's History Month Bundle-Bell Ringers, Banners, and Bulletin Boards
Are you looking for a resource that will introduce your students to important women during Women's History Month? Look no further than the Women's History Month Bundle! This bundles includes FIVE engaging resources that are the perfect way to help you and your students celebrate Women's History Mont
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Writing PBL Unit: Personal Statement Position Paper and Op-Ed Project
In this customizable multi-week to semester-long unit, task your students with writing up to three essays of their choosing: college admissions personal statements, scholarship essays, sponsored essay contests, research argumentative position papers essay contests, or civic-engaging op-ed essays.
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Ava DuVernay’s Selma and MLK’s Why We Can’t Wait— Practice with Analysis
This lesson encourages students to write with greater profundity when analyzing a power passage combating racism. Martin Luther King wrote an introduction to the book, Why We Can’t Wait. Ana DuVernay directed the film, Selma. Students will read, listen to and view supporting clips while learning the
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