Print these double-sided bookmarks and distribute them to students who are learning to analyze non-fiction texts.
Suggestions for Use:
*Distribute and use when introducing style analysis, rhetorical analysis, or the elements of non-fiction text.
*Encourage students to use these bookmarks when reading lengthy texts such as biographies, essay collections, and histories.
*Allow students to use these cards as “legal cheat sheets” during in-class style analysis essays.
*Require students to use these bookmarks during Socratic seminars.
*Offer the bookmarks as rewards for meeting outside reading goals.
*Give the bookmarks to other teachers and ask that they use the resource in class when looking at non-fiction texts.
You might also be interested in this Rhetorical Analysis for Every Student unit.
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