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Explore Martin Luther King Jr.'s "Letter from Birmingham Jail" with this Rhetorical Analysis lesson and Rogerian Argument graphic organizer. Includes digital worksheets! Suitable for AP Language and Composition and senior English Language Arts classes.
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Martin Luther King Jr's "Letter From Birmingham Jail" is a great text to practice rhetorical analysis and study the Rogerian argument. This resource includes a slideshow lesson for Microsoft PowerPoint® and Google Slides® with accompanying Rhetorical Situations worksheets.
To access the Google Slides® slideshow, simply drag and drop the PowerPoint® file to your Google Drive®, right-click, and open with Google Slides®. There is also a force-copy link within this resource.
This slideshow will guide your students through a lesson on rhetorical situations, including Aristotle's Rhetorical Triangle (ethos, logos, and pathos). Students will also learn about the SOAPSTone acronym for analyzing any text. The slideshow lesson includes a link to a video that your students will analyze using the SOAPSTone acronym; to view it, make sure that your browser is up-to-date.
Students will also be introduced to the structure of the Rogerian argument. To practice, they will apply this structure to Martin Luther King Jr's letter using the Rogerian argument graphic organizer.
As always, answer keys have been provided to consolidate these worksheets and activities.
For classrooms utilizing Google Classroom®, digital versions of these worksheets have also been included. Simply follow the instructions provided within the resource.
I use this resource every year with my AP Language and Composition students; however, higher-level English classes will also benefit from understanding the Rogerian argument model and enjoy the challenge of rhetorical analysis.
To assess close reading and comprehension of "Letter from Birmingham Jail," Mondays Made Easy also offers Bell Ringer Reading Quizzes for this text.
You might also be interested in Mondays Made Easy's Literary Analysis Resources.
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