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SOAPSToneR Annotation Strategy for Text and Literary Analyses
An effective annotation method that will help students to analyze the text critically, the SOAPSToneR annotation strategy is a proven acronym that focuses on the major reading skills that are widely tested and expected to be discussed in literary analyses: subject, occasion, audience, point of view
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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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Literacy Station: SOAPSTone Interactive Notebook Foldable Activities
Suitable for independent practice in literacy stations. Interactive notebook activity where students cut and match SOAPSTone element descriptions before analyzing the text.The SOAPSTone strategy employs an acronym that helps students analyze a text by identifying the speaker, occasion, audience, pur
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Letter to Ron Franz from Chris McCandless Into the Wild: Practice with Argument
This resource features a transcendental letter from Chris McCandless to his friend Ron Franz from a key point in Jon Krakauer’s nonfiction book, Into the Wild. It is a strong letter that argues for living a true and honest life. Whether your class is reading this book or studying Henry David Thoreau
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Michelle Alexander’s The New Jim Crow: Practice with Argument
In a resource where students practice qualifying an argument, students learn about The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness is a book by Michelle Alexander, a civil rights litigator and legal scholar. Students will read, listen to and view supporting clips while learning the

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AP Literature Acronym Handouts
A presentation of AP Literature handouts for students to use as a reference throughout the year. Includes handouts/graphic organizers for TPCASTT, DUCATS, SOAPSTone, OPTIC, SOLLIDD, PATTR, STAARS, and DIDLS, which are all AP reading and writing strategies. Easy to print out in packet form to give to

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AP Literature & Composition Acronym Handouts
A packet of AP Literature handouts for students to use as a reference throughout the year. Includes handouts/graphic organizers for TPCASTT, DUCATS, SOAPSTone, OPTIC, SOLLIDD, PATTR, STAARS, and DIDLS, which are all AP reading and writing strategies.

Also included in: AP Literature Poetry Analysis BUNDLE

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The Ethics of Marvel’s Daredevil: Practice with Argument
In a resource where students practice challenging, refuting or qualifying an argument, students learn about Marvel’s Daredevil and his decision not to kill. Students will read, listen to and view supporting clips while learning the necessary elements to analyze the argument about Daredevil’s ethics.
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Walt Whitman on Democracy: Practice with Synthesis
David Brooks in “What Whitman Knew,” his essay in the Atlantic Monthly writes, “No one since Whitman has captured quite so well the motivating hopefulness that propels American policy and makes the nation a great and restless force in the world. No other essay communicates quite so well what it is l
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Emma Gonzalez on Why This Generation Needs Gun Control: Practice with Analysis
In a resource where students practice writing an argument, students learn the arguments for gun control. On March 24, 2018, millions marched in the streets for sensible gun control. Students will read, listen to and view supporting clips while learning the necessary elements to analyze the argument
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The 33 Chilean Miners: Practice with Argument
In 2010, 33 Chilean miners were trapped underground for 69 days. The incident transfixed the world as the brave miners experienced and overcame adversity. The vent provides the backdrop for students to read, listen to, and view supporting clips while learning to write more with depth and intention.
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"Fortnite" Argument Writing Unit Persuasive Essay
Over 160 slides and 100 Worksheets of formative persuasive writing notes, graphic organizers,and activities to guide students in writing an argument / persuasive essay about the merit of the game "Fortnite". Students need so much more than basic graphic organizers and sample paragraphs to become goo
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