Develop students' critical thinking, analysis, and argumentation skills with assertion journals!
This PowerPoint collection of assertion journal prompts asks students to ponder a series of comments about wealth and poverty. It's perfect for:
-Teaching rhetorical analysis
-Thought-provoking classroom decoration
Assertion journals are a tested, successful part of my AP Language and Composition classroom (but they're great for all levels of high school!). In this product, you'll find connections to AP and Common Core Standards, a student assignment page, a rubric, an annotated teacher example, and the Money collection of quotations.
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