This set of Persuasive or Rhetorical Appeals Speech Excerpts Task Cards is great practice for identifying and explaining the appeals ethos, pathos, and logos. In the hands-on activity, students read excerpts from numerous classic and current speeches that use the appeals.
Students read classic and current speech excerpts from MLK, JR, Obama, Steve Jobs, Patrick Henry, Lincoln, Malala Yousafzai, and Johnathan Edwards. These are excellent task cards for learning stations, centers, bell ringers, exit tickets, review, and more! Super easy prep - just print, cut, and go! Answers are included!
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Take a look at my additional speech resources:
Rhetorical Appeals Speech Exemplars Task Cards
Patrick Henry Teaching Pack
Malala Speech Teaching Pack
MLK,Jr and To Kill a Mockingbird Speeches Teaching Pack and Prompt
Gun Control Speeches Prompt Pack
Speech Analysis Task Cards for Any Speech
Women's History Speeches Teaching Pack
Speech Analysis Worksheets for any Speech
Classroom success stories from teachers who have tried this resource:
♥ "These were great for my juniors reviewing for their final exam! Thank you!"
♥ "So easy to use in the classroom! Thank you for this perfect addition to my persuasive appeals unit!"
♥" I love using real-life examples to help reinforce student learning. Thanks!"
♥" The task cards were wonderful. My students really enjoyed reading the different speech excerpts."
♥" This worked perfectly with my 8th graders as a scavenger hunt around the classroom. Thanks for putting these together. :)"
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