Students PLAY BASEBALL GAME to identify multiple rhetorical devices
before annotating a speech provided with these materials.
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Trivia questions familiarize students with rhetorical devices
provided and they locate rhetorical devices within several texts.
Students will PLAY RHETORICAL DEVICE BASEBALL AND MORE as seen in ...
Tips on How to Annotate a Speech
Rhetorical Baseball Game Directions
Single Trivia Questions
Double Trivia Questions
Triple Trivia Questions
Homerun Trivia Questions
Speech – Is Your IQ Stuck in Neutral?
Rhetorical Device - Cheat Sheet
Tips and Guides for faculty Facilitation
Worksheet for rhetorical devices
Answer Keys for rhetorical devices
include 8.9 A, 8. 11B, 8. 7 A but these materials can also be used to teach rhetorical devices in all secondary and university levels. Dozens of trivia questions (with answers) included!
This lesson provides a speech titled, Is your IQ Stuck in Neutral? to annotate.
Following fun learning in their baseball game - students locate and annotate rhetorical devices that reveal a speaker’s purpose.
Everything you need
(including answer keys) is here to teach a 65 minute lesson. Students start with a baseball game they will love, annotate an included speech, and insert devices into their own speeches.
Students apply what they learn
by using rhetorical devices in fun ways that benefit them and offer an enjoyable way to remember facts for tests that cover these common core standards.
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