Logical Fallacies, Tools of Argument, Debate & Rhetoric Skills, Grades 7-12 CCSS

Logical Fallacies, Tools of Argument, Debate & Rhetoric Skills, Grades 7-12 CCSS
Logical Fallacies, Tools of Argument, Debate & Rhetoric Skills, Grades 7-12 CCSS
Logical Fallacies, Tools of Argument, Debate & Rhetoric Skills, Grades 7-12 CCSS
Logical Fallacies, Tools of Argument, Debate & Rhetoric Skills, Grades 7-12 CCSS
Logical Fallacies, Tools of Argument, Debate & Rhetoric Skills, Grades 7-12 CCSS
Logical Fallacies, Tools of Argument, Debate & Rhetoric Skills, Grades 7-12 CCSS
Logical Fallacies, Tools of Argument, Debate & Rhetoric Skills, Grades 7-12 CCSS
Logical Fallacies, Tools of Argument, Debate & Rhetoric Skills, Grades 7-12 CCSS
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Help your students identify logical fallacies in our modern world with this dynamic presentation featuring attention-grabbing examples of the use of rhetoric from the worlds of politics, pop culture, and advertising. The 59-slide Prezi includes fully contained video clips, so internet access is not needed in your classroom to use the lecture.

Use the optional guided notesheet to help students who need note-taking structure or assistance. Finally, reinforce the lecture content with an assessment handout that can be used as a solo or team in-class activity or a traditional quiz. Answer keys to both handouts are included, of course.

There are many fallacies used to sway an audience, but I’ve focused this lesson on 10 of the most common leaps in logic, including:

Hasty Generalization

Faulty Causality

Either/Or (False Dichotomy)

Slippery Slope

Bandwagon

Sentimental Appeal

Scare Tactics

Appeal to False Authority

Ad Hominem

Straw Man

Note: Due to the “zoom” animations and video clips, this zip file is large. The download will take a few minutes, so please be patient. When you get the folder, open it and launch the “Prezi.” Just ignore the other items; they’re needed to run the show. Your computer will ask if you want to “open” the web-created file. No worries; there’s no virus, so just open and enjoy. For full-screen viewing, be sure to click on the small icon in the lower right-hand corner (just like on YouTube).

If you like this lesson, be sure to check out my other Prezi-based lessons that feature modern design elements.

Need fun, attention-grabbing materials on How to Write an Argumentative Essay? Just click here.

NOTE: This item is also included in my English 9-10 full-year curriculum. If you already own the full-year download, please do not purchase this item here individually. If you’d like to receive this item plus everything else needed to teach 180 days of English 9 or English 10 at a deeply discounted price, click here to learn more about the full-year curriculum download.

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59 slides; 4-page PDF
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Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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