One-Week Elements of Argument Poster Project for Grades 7-12 {CCSS}

One-Week Elements of Argument Poster Project for Grades 7-12 {CCSS}
One-Week Elements of Argument Poster Project for Grades 7-12 {CCSS}
One-Week Elements of Argument Poster Project for Grades 7-12 {CCSS}
One-Week Elements of Argument Poster Project for Grades 7-12 {CCSS}
One-Week Elements of Argument Poster Project for Grades 7-12 {CCSS}
One-Week Elements of Argument Poster Project for Grades 7-12 {CCSS}
One-Week Elements of Argument Poster Project for Grades 7-12 {CCSS}
One-Week Elements of Argument Poster Project for Grades 7-12 {CCSS}
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This is a great one-week argument project for your students who have already worked on argument and are familiar with rhetorical devices and appeals. It is also a wonderfully hands-on (for them) and hands-off (for you!) project that fits the CCSS requirements for reading seminal documents. Hooray!

So, are you ready to just observe and facilitate for a week? And have hardly any grading? Want to see your students master rhetoric? This is something that I developed with those ideals in mind, but I also wanted to supplement the text book unit with some great political speeches.

Here’s how it works:
+You make copies of a variety of speeches (ex: if you have 35 students in a class, choose seven speeches and make five copies of each). You can use the same speeches for each class.

+You can select speeches around a theme, for example: Freedoms or Women’s Rights, etc. Or, you can choose a variety of inaugural addresses, and include some modern presidents.

+Make copies (one for each student) of the handout that fits your schedule: Modified Block (M-T-Block-F), Alternating Block (M-W-F), Generic four day schedule (Days 1-4) or Single Periods (M-T-W-Th-F). There should be one to suit your needs.

+Copy the SOAPStoneS handout on the back of the project handout.

+Each student receives a speech, and project handout/SOAPStoneS sheet.
You can decide if you want them working as a group on the first day, or not. I usually have them do the first read and annotations by themselves, and then get together with their group. Use the project handout for additional instructions.

+Use the rubric for grading the presentation at the end of the week. I have provided you with three: a four-point (1-2-3-4), a letter grade (A B C D), and an out-of-10 (___/10) rubric. This is for a group score and individual scores.

+You facilitate and provide supplies, answer questions, etc. all week. No lectures, no lessons, just a nice review of the elements of argument, and some fresh material for your students. A nice assessment piece to end the unit, or to use before writing an argument essay.

Enjoy!

Thank you,
Teacher in the Rye

For another great argument product, check out my Argument Essay Pack!

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11 pages
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Rubric only
Teaching Duration
1 Week
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