Inquiry and Synthesis Task;Connecting Persuasion, Appeal CCSS

Inquiry and Synthesis Task;Connecting  Persuasion, Appeal CCSS
Inquiry and Synthesis Task;Connecting  Persuasion, Appeal CCSS
Inquiry and Synthesis Task;Connecting  Persuasion, Appeal CCSS
Inquiry and Synthesis Task;Connecting  Persuasion, Appeal CCSS
Inquiry and Synthesis Task;Connecting  Persuasion, Appeal CCSS
Inquiry and Synthesis Task;Connecting  Persuasion, Appeal CCSS
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Common Core Standards
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Have your students understand how to classify argument and persuasion by identifying the difference between pathos, ethos and logos.

The handout highlights Catcher in the Rye, chapter 22, and provides provocative questions for students to complete after a lesson and mini-assignment on Greek Philosopher Aristotle’s means of persuasion and appeal.

The students read a portion of chapter 22 and answer high-order questions through written expression and class discussion. CCSS applicable.
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2 pages
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Does not apply
Teaching Duration
2 days
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