- This handbook is designed to help teachers make their way through teaching literary analysis to secondary students. It can also be a helpful tool for independent, upper-level home schooled students who need a framework for this process. The skills addressed can be applied to any work of fiction. ✿✿✿
- This thorough, 114-page unit on argumentation and persuasion is aligned with Common Core and also prepares students for the AP English Language & Composition (AP Language & Composition) Exam. Each of the 21 lesson plans includes these elements: Materials Needed, "I Can" Statement, Essential
- Students must learn to write in and analyze all the rhetorical modes. These types of writing are often broken down into argumentation and persuasion, narration, description, and exposition. Exposition breaks even further down into five more "sub modes."This resource expands on the seven modes outsid
- 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 105-page unit includes 27 lessons designed for the 90
- This seventeen-lesson unit walks students (and their teachers!) through the research process via a real-world assignment, a researched persuasive speech that each student will deliver to the class and turn in as an MLA-formatted paper. This culminating project will be evaluated twice—once for the wr
- Bundle Description
Teach high school students to write in every rhetorical mode (mode of discourse), including argumentation and persuasion, rhetorical analysis, literary analysis, and seven other modes. This resource contains 450 pages of lesson plans, handouts, prompts, rubrics, and assessments. Materials are aligned with Common Core State Standards, Advanced Placement standards, and research-based pedagogy.
All material is provided in both PDF and Google Slides.
The following modes are included in these lesson plans:
✿Classification and Division
✿The Research Paper
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