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SOAPSTone Worksheet or Handout
This handout was made in order to practice SOAPSToning articles that are from the Upfront magazine, or other small, short, non-fiction pieces. It is a type of literary analysis that allows students to ask questions and recognize bias opinions in news articles. It can also be used to analyze visuals
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Rhetorical Analysis Article of the Week - SOAPStone AP Lang
This file is a one page, front and back, article review using SOAPSTone for AP Lang or AP Lang prep. Students are asked to analyze an article using rhetorical appeals (ethos, logos, pathos), determine the author's stance, unpack a prompt, and write an introduction paragraph to an essay. This can
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SOAPStone Templates, Stations, and Articles for Practice
This Bundle Includes: -Template with Tone Words -Explanation Poster/Class Sheet -Stations for Any Article -Three Practice Worksheets for stations -Three Original Articles for Practice
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SOAPSTone Graphic Organizer
This is a one-page SOAPSTone graphic organizer for analyzing up to four different primary sources. SOAPSTone helps students to analyze the subject, occasion, audience, purpose, speaker, and tone of a primary source. There are guiding questions to aid students. This graphic organizer works well wit
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Podcast SOAPSTone Analysis Form
This versatile form could be used digitally with students typing their responses in the text boxes or traditionally with answers recorded in the text boxes on paper. The common AP Analysis Strategy SOAPSTone here is applied to a podcast. Great for speaking and listening standards! Depending on your
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AP Language: Article of the Week
Having students regularly read and analyze current persuasive texts is one of the best ways to improve their performance in class and, of course, on the AP Lang exam. With this purchase, you will get an AP Level "Article of the Week" format for your students. The document is clearly organized and co
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SOAPSTone Detailed Activity
This rhetorical analysis activity provides the students practice with the acronym SOAPSTone in detailed manner. Each letter is followed by guided questions to help the students truly delve into the rhetorical meaning of the informational text. The activity can be used with any informational text;
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Article of the Week Task Sheet
Do you use Kelly Gallagher's Article of the Week in your classroom (http://www.kellygallagher.org/article-of-the-week/)? I use this resource to break down the article further so my students can fully comprehend the subject matter. For each day of the week, my students complete 1 task for the art
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SOAPStone Presentation- Informational Reading Comprehension
This product takes the SOAPStone acronym paired with a newspaper article to help students understand how to use the acronym to break down Informational text.
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Gender Roles Unit w/shared text The Awakening AP Lit, AP Lang, 11th, 12th, ELA
This comprehensive unit explores gender roles through history and in modern times. Anchor text The Awakening by Kate Chopin is the cornerstone for this rigorous and engaging unit. Gender roles are examined in full detail - with novels, primary source documents, media, art, poetry, and short stories.
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September 11th Activity: Inspiring Students through Informational Text
Are you looking for a September 11th activity that will help your high schoolers or advanced middle schoolers truly understand what it was like to live through that terrible day? To help them experience the shock, outrage, heartbreak, but also the inspiring unity and tenacity of the American psyche
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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 Rhetorical Analysis— Frederick Douglass’s “Learning to Read”
Frederick Douglass, in “Learning to Read,” an excerpt from Chapter 7 of The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, demonstrates the connection between reading and freedom. These lessons fit any Honors Literature class, Pre-AP, American Literature, British Literature, World Literature or AP Eng
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New York Times Selection Paired Passages #2
New York Times Paired Poetry Series Rigorous, Engaging, Pre-A.P. /Honors High School English Materials for Two Class Days SOAPStone and TPCASTT Analysis Strategies Materials created for use with the following: New York Times Selection Excerpt, “A Picture of Detroit Ruin, Street by Forlorn Street”
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George Orwell’s Why I Write: Practice with Rhetorical Analysis
This lesson encourages students to write with greater profundity when analyzing an argument. George Orwell wrote the classic essay, “Why I Write.” Students will read, listen to and view supporting clips while learning the necessary elements to analyze the argument. Students will show mastery of the
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Informed Consent: The Questionable Ethics in "Flowers For Algernon"
Do Dr. Nemur and Dr. Strauss behave ethically? Is Charlie Gordon capable of giving informed consent? In this short unit, students read and annotate an article from The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy defining Informed Consent. Then students complete a SOAPSTone chart (I've included the SOAPSTone
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Homeland and Migrants: Practice with the Rhetorical Appeals
Students learn about the refugee crisis occurring in Europe. This lesson encourages students to write a rhetorical analysis essay. Students will read, listen to and view supporting video and audio clips while learning the necessary elements to establish the argument on the theme of refugees an
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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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Star Wars and the Fantasy of American Violence: Practice with Argument
This lesson encourages students to write with greater profundity when analyzing an author’s choices regarding argument, appeals and other rhetorical choices. Roy Scranton, Iraq War Veteran wrote a recent op-ed for the New York Times titled, “Star Wars and the Fantasy of American Violence.” Students
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Charlotte Perkins Gilman: Informational Text - "Malala Accepts Nobel Prize"
From Electric English... This is an annotation and close reading activity intended to lead discussion about the article, "Malala Accepts Nobel Peace Prize". The assignment, not only asks students to annotate, but also to evaluate the meaning of the article using the SOAPSTone method. A discussion ab
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Practice with Synthesis: Hip-Hop as an American Art Form
This lesson encourages students to write with greater profundity when analyzing an author’s choices regarding argument, appeals and other rhetorical choices. The student will learn to write more profoundly about argument and synthesis by analyzing passages and literature from varied sources. The stu

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Practice with Argument: Gloria Anzaldua’s “How to Tame a Wild Tongue”
Using Gloria Anzaldua’s essay “How to Tame a Wild Tongue” students will review important rhetorical devices and appeals, close read and annotate the text, view supporting video clips, listen to an NPR story, view 2 TED TALKS on language and identity, evaluate the writing prompt, and examine scored s
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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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Child Labor Laws and Factory Fires: Practice with the Rhetorical Appeals
This lesson encourages students to write a rhetorical analysis essay. Students learn about current and past child labor laws, Florence Kelley and her 1905 Child Labor speech. Students will read, listen to and view supporting video and audio clips while learning the necessary elements to establis

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