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**Reflects 2019 Course Updates from College Board** This all-inclusive workshop unit has everything you need to effectively teach your AP Language and Composition students how to approach (and master) the ever-so-daunting rhetorical device analysis essay. With this lesson, students will be able to l
This thorough, challenging 12-page exam on The Great Gatsby covers characterization, higher-level MC questions on plot, rhetorical devices, characters, themes, 1920's, matching rhetorical devices used in the novel, vocabulary application, quote identification, and a short answer section as well.
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This 50-question comprehensive assessment covers the epic poem Beowulf, including historical context, major characters and elements of plot, rhetorical devices, and the rhetorical situation. **This test corresponds with the Burton Raffel abridged translation. The test format includes the following
This product is a 45 minute multiple choice quiz designed to test the skills of students at interpreting humour in visual texts like comic strips and cartoons. It covers various strategies in comedy like overthrow of expectation, euphemism etc as well as rhetorical devices like irony, parody and sa
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10th - 12th, Higher Education
This resource includes Abraham Lincoln's speech "The Gettysburg Address" and a ten multiple choice question test/quiz on comprehension of the speech as well as the rhetorical devices used in the speech. In addition to the printable test, a link to the test in Google Forms is included. As with any
This product is a 45 minute multiple choice quiz designed to test the skills of students at interpreting visual texts like advertisements, posters, infographics, and other messages combining images and words. I did this for my year 11 and 12 students as a way to model techniques used to clearly expl
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10th - 12th, Higher Education
A quick 14 questions test over methods of persuasion and rhetorical devices. Used in part of a nonfiction unit dealing with speeches. Contains multiple choice questions as well as short answer. Answer key included. I counted each answer for #'s 10 and 14 as 5 points each to make it easier to gra
This PowerPoint is your ultimate guide to terms used on the AP Language and Composition Exam. Containing 85 slides and over 40 terms, multiple examples and activities reinforce the terms related to syntax (antithesis, anaphora, etc.), figurative language (synecdoche, hyperbole, etc.), and diction (
Prepare your AP students for their exam with this succinct and comprehensive rhetorical analysis unit focused on Thomas Jefferson's Declaration of Independence. Throughout the unit, students will watch a "Crash Course" video, conduct their own research, annotate text, analyze the rhetorical situatio
Prepare your AP students for their exam with this succinct and comprehensive rhetorical analysis unit focused on the letter Columbus penned to his King and Queen describing his first voyage to the Caribbean islands. Throughout the unit, students will watch a "Crash Course" video, conduct their own r
*25 question multiple choice quiz (Google Form) and key*Higher level analytical questions based on 4 linked articles*Some fact based questions*Questions on rhetorical triangle, rhetorical devices, appealsYou can use these 4 (linked) readings with the multiple choice quiz purely as "non-fiction passa
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This 41 paged resource is the model example I use to demonstrate the importance of rhetoric. This is the actual product created from my free Rhetorical Devices Glossary assignment listed on TPT. 102 rhetorical devices defined with cited examples and detailed explanations of function and effect of t
Prepare your AP students for their exam with this succinct and comprehensive rhetorical analysis unit focused on Patrick Henry's unforgettable speech titled "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death." Throughout the unit, students will watch a "Crash Course" video, conduct their own research, annotate text
Prepare your AP students for their exam with this succinct and comprehensive rhetorical analysis unit focused on the "City Upon A Hill" excerpt from John Winthrop's famous sermon titled "A Model of Christian Charity." Throughout the unit, students will watch a "Crash Course" video, conduct their ow
This is a 31 question AP level test for the mesmerizing memoir written by Alice Sebold. 30 multiple choice questions and one short response question. I taught this memoir to my AP English Language and Composition students and created this test to assess their understanding of the memoir and their ab
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11th - 12th, Higher Education
After reading this famous speech, teachers may "address" their students with a short, comprehensive printable that captures the essence of this famous oration. Questions include topics on historical context and rhetorical devices. A detailed answer key is included.
This test is out of 105 points. It features 45 questions that are meant for a multiple-choice scantron, and then 60 points worth of short-answer questions (IDs, quotations and significances, etc.). This test is tailored for an AP Language English class, so rhetorical devices are included. Answer key
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11th - 12th
You can use this as a practice quiz or an actual one. In this worksheet, students are first tested to recognize eight different types of persuasive techniques employed by writers. This quiz is meant primarily for students in AP English Language classes. Simply edit out the answers before giving
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9th - 12th
The SAT Essay requires students to closely examine an argument essay, noting the effectiveness of an author’s use of specific rhetorical devices. In this overview lecture and three full-hour lessons with optional extension writing activities, students will learn about the SAT Essay requirements, rea
ALL LESSONS ARE NOW ALIGNED WITH THE 2019 AP LANG COURSE AND EXAM DESCRIPTION.Need help making rhetoric accessible for each of your students? What about help understanding how to teach rhetorical analysis through both devices and strategies? This 114-page unit includes 27 lessons designed for the 90
Julius Caesar complete guide for teaching, 88 pages of ready-to-go coursework, quizzes, tests, and teacher resources aligned with 9th-11th grade Common Core standards. Designed for as much or as little teacher instruction or intervention as you desire, students will be able to self-direct their stud
This bundle of argument and rhetoric games for secondary ELA contains SEVEN unique games that target the skills of argumentation in a fun and high-interest format.The games included in this bundle are:Rhetorical Devices BINGO GameIn this game, students fill out BINGO cards with rhetorical devices, a
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8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This handy resource includes 100 literary elements posters with easy to remember definitions plus 10 editable cards!! Created in black and white for easy printing. Easily add color that matches your class décor by printing on colored paper. Print one, two, or four per page for TONS of uses!SAVE 25%
The SAT Essay requires students to closely examine an argument essay, noting the effectiveness of an author’s use of specific rhetorical devices. In this full-hour lesson with optional extension writing activity, students will read an argument essay from a university professor on the topic of whethe

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