This newly revised 30-page document has the materials to discuss vocabulary and context clue multiple choice questions, a couple rhetorical devices, assess vocab and rhetorical devices, as well as write about speeches. Page 1 offers practice with context clues by using basic, simple SAT questions. Students are given some steps to use to determine the pattern in the sentence, developing a "gut instinct," as I call it, before looking at the answer options. The steps go on to help the student sift through the answers. The 2nd page will review the rhetorical devices: antithesis, parallelism, and rhetorical question. Pages 3-5 are the speech, "Women's Rights to the Suffrage," by Susan B. Anthony and the coordinating multiple choice questions that will focus on vocabulary and rhetorical device. Use this speech as class practice, having kids answer on their own first and then review as a class. Page 6 is the writing instructions, modeled after the New York State Common Core Regents, Part III. The page also offers post-reading questions and outlines for the paragraphs. A teacher's guide follows that provides answers and some explanation for the students practice pages. The end of the document concludes what could be a mini-unit with reading and vocab assessments (that's 2 assessments), specifically designed to assess the use of strategies discussed by the teacher. Please note that this is not a lesson plan, and the teacher's guide does not fully explain what to teach, how to explain it to the students, or how to grade assessments. The teacher's guide will provide answers, and some suggestions from me about what to focus on when working with students. Overall, you should be very pleased with the materials that are available, especially at this price. Thank you for your interest.