Monster by Walter Dean Myers provides a great opportunity to teach about different types of rhetorical fallacies, with its setting in court. Various characters use different tactics to attack others and to get people to believe them. This is a quick guide to help students find some examples of rhetorical fallacies in the text, with a couple of the more complicated types defined at the top.
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