This slideshow accompanies a hard-copy toolkit that contains nearly everything students need to understand, study, and analyze nonfiction, argumentation, and reading for information. Over 30 terms and techniques are defined and modeled; other sections include: an examination and models that explore how claims, reasons, and evidence work; a discussion on the types of acceptable evidence; a discussion on how to avoid poor logic, and a nonfiction worksheet that guides nonfiction analysis.
Because of copyright laws, some examples of propaganda and news headlines have been removed, but you can replace them with your own examples.
[Common Core, Reading For Information, AP Literature and Compostion]
The companion toolkit is here: Nonfiction / Argumentation Toolkit.
Nonfiction / Argumentation Toolkit
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