Looking for an engaging way to practice ethos, pathos, and logos? Want to practice debating in preparation for a formal debate? Just want to have some FUN and hit the listening and speaking standards? Feel like challenging your students to think fast on their feet? Don't know what else to teach tomo
Persuasive writing is an essential part of the ELA curriculum. However, before students can become proficient in writing their own persuasive pieces, they need to understand the concepts of persuasive language, be able to identify and explain them, and then put them into practice themselves. These w
Reinforce rhetorical appeals strategies of ethos, logos, and pathos with this fun and interactive sorting game. Take a break from worksheets! These 50 cards each have examples of arguments made with these persuasive strategies. Students will sort them into three categories: ETHOS, LOGOS, and PATHOS.
Teach students to critically analyze advertisements with this comprehensive Advertising and the Media Unit complete with Assessment! Ready-to-go printables, lessons, activities, QR Code fun and more! Newly updated October 2020. This best-selling resource is now available in Google Slides! Perfec
Argument and Persuasive Writing Strategies: This common core mini-unit includes everything you need to teach your middle and high school students about the different, effective persuasive and argumentative writing strategies. There are TWO different files in the zipped download.- An editable, 37 sli
Let's face it, sometimes our rhetoric units aren't the most engaging ones of the year. Students often get bored quickly with historical speeches and other dry informative texts. While it is important to teach these valuable documents, students will definitely appreciate some relevant and exciting te
Teaching ethos, pathos, and logos is paramount for older students. They should understand these famous persuasive techniques to better their speeches and papers. When teaching rhetorical analysis, you will also cover ethos, pathos, and logos.This bundle demonstrates examples of ethos, pathos, and lo
Persuasive or Rhetorical Appeals are the building blocks for persuasive or argumentative essay writing. This complete lesson is designed introduce middle-high school students to the terms ethos, pathos, and logos. Student Experience: Students will step into the world of ethos, pathos, and logos wi
Persuasive writing is an essential part of the ELA curriculum. However, before students can become proficient in writing their own persuasive pieces, they need to understand the concepts of persuasive language, be able to identify and explain them, and then put them into practice themselves. These d
Get ready to dive into an exciting escape-room style adventure with this break-out game designed to review the three persuasive appeals with secondary students! Your students will be set for their persuasive writing or argumentative writing task if they can grasp these key elements. From the most
Ethos, pathos, and logos are the building blocks for persuasive and argumentative writing. Teach, review, practice, and assess your students' understanding ethos, pathos, and logos with this BUNDLE! It's a one stop shop for the teaching persuasive appeals: PPT lecture, notes, practice, quizzes, ri
Rhetorical appeals are the building blocks for persuasive and argumentative writing. This no prep set of Persuasive or Rhetorical Appeals Speech Excerpts Task Cards is great practice for identifying and explaining the appeals ethos, pathos, and logos. These are excellent task cards for learning stat
Although they may be ancient, Aristotle's three persuasive appeals do not have to be boring! Engage your students and improve their rhetorical analysis and persuasive writing skills by teaching them about ethos, pathos, and logos with this bundle hat you can use to meet your students at their own un
Spice up your lessons on ethos, pathos, and logos with this engaging question trail activity that will get students up and moving around the room. This activity gives students practice identifying the rhetorical appeals in adA question trail is an activity comprised of different multiple choice “sta
This includes everything you need to teach these persuasion techniques to your 4th-8th graders, all in one place!
In this download, you'll get:
- Teacher's Notes
- Interactive Notebook Activity
- Differentiated worksheets and tests at 3 different grade levels!
Although they may be ancient, Aristotle's three persuasive appeals do not have to be boring! Engage your students and improve their rhetorical analysis and persuasive writing skills by teaching them about ethos, pathos, and logos with this 23-slide PowerPoint (in PDF form to preserve fonts/formattin
Begin your argument unit by teaching the three pillars of persuasion- Ethos, Pathos, and Logos! These rhetorical devices will guide your students towards analyzing rhetoric as well as writing their own arguments effectively! This is also digital resource. It can be used for distance or e-learning. E
Make pathos, logos, and ethos memorable with this fun design-a-billboard activity! Students choose any product or brand to advertise, and they brainstorm emotional, logical, and credible methods of promoting the product. They then design a billboard to include these rhetorical appeals!
Help your students understand the difference between ethos, pathos, and logos with this ready-to-use resource bundle that includes everything you need to teach these rhetorical appeals.Included in your purchaseA 30 slide PowerPoint presentation That walks you through the lesson. Included are definit
Teach your students the art of rhetoric with this complete lesson on Martin Luther King, Jr.'s famous "Letter from Birmingham Jail." This product will get your students closely reading and critically thinking--going beyond mere comprehension to analyze HOW King structures his argument and responds t
This is a quick 10 question identification quiz where students are asked to identify if the given statement best represents ethos, logos, or pathos. I use this as a quick check to see if students comprehend how the parts of the rhetorical triangle play out in common situations.
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These quick 5 minute bell ringer activities give students an opportunity to identify real life examples of rhetoric. Engaging advertisements, PowerPoint and Google slides to present material, handouts for student application (or Google Document provided) and answer slides to facilitate quick discuss
Use these UNIQUE and RIGOROUS task cards to help students identify persuasive techniques. There are an endless number of ways to use these with your 7th-12th grade students! They are also great for the "independent practice" and/or "early finishers"!
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INCLUDES REAL VINTAGE ADVERTISEMENTS! Ready to PRINT and USE. This multiple choice exam on ethos, pathos, and logos - tests learners on definitions and knowledge. THEN includes more advanced and rigorous questions where students read famous quotes, look at advertisements, and identify the correct a