Argumentation Analysis "Was Gatsby Black?" Nonfiction and The Great Gatsby

Argumentation Analysis "Was Gatsby Black?" Nonfiction and The Great Gatsby
Argumentation Analysis "Was Gatsby Black?" Nonfiction and The Great Gatsby
Argumentation Analysis "Was Gatsby Black?" Nonfiction and The Great Gatsby
Argumentation Analysis "Was Gatsby Black?" Nonfiction and The Great Gatsby
Argumentation Analysis "Was Gatsby Black?" Nonfiction and The Great Gatsby
Argumentation Analysis "Was Gatsby Black?" Nonfiction and The Great Gatsby
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Students will read the article "Was Gatsby Black?" by Elizabeth Manus. Directions are given to students as to what to do before, during and after reading. An accompanying worksheet asks students to analyze the central argument of the article and the credibility of those making claims in the article. Students will decide whether ethos can affect an argument. Lesson plan, worksheet and article attached
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55 minutes
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