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Argument Analysis Activity "Should College Athletes Be Paid?"

Argument Analysis Activity "Should College Athletes Be Paid?"
Argument Analysis Activity "Should College Athletes Be Paid?"
Argument Analysis Activity "Should College Athletes Be Paid?"
Argument Analysis Activity "Should College Athletes Be Paid?"
Argument Analysis Activity "Should College Athletes Be Paid?"
Argument Analysis Activity "Should College Athletes Be Paid?"
Argument Analysis Activity "Should College Athletes Be Paid?"
Argument Analysis Activity "Should College Athletes Be Paid?"
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Common Core Aligned. Critical analysis of texts is a strong focus of the CCSS. This mini-unit discussing the interesting topic of "Should College Athletes Be Paid?", is designed with PPT lectures, student notes, and engaging activities to help you instruct your students to better understand and evaluate the fundamentals of arguments and persuasive techniques.

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Evaluating Arguments and Persuasion

This mini-unit covers topics such as: Facts vs. Opinions, Loaded Words, Tone and Mood, Analyzing Rhetorical Appeals (Ethos, Pathos, Logos), Elements and Structure of Arguments (Premise vs. Conclusion, Inductive vs. Deductive, Valid vs. Sound), & Analysis of Propaganda and Fallacies.

This Lesson Includes:
-Teacher's Guide
-Common Core Alignment
-PPT Lecture
-Student Notes
-Engaging Activities
-Close Reading Activities
Total Pages
34 slides 10 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 Week
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