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Whether you teach AP Language and Composition or rhetorical analysis in another English class, this pair of rhetorical analysis guides will help students learn the language of rhetorical analysis, with focused questions on these essential terms:
Further, students will be studying the same issue—the dangers of indifference—from perspectives 20 years apart and around the globe, which will support meaningful discussions of the text in your classroom. This set includes Elie Wiesel’s 1999 speech “The Perils of Indifference,” and a contemporary article from the UK about a Syrian Refugee who experienced kindness in his new country.
If you are new to teaching rhetorical analysis, I’VE GOT YOU COVERED! Each text includes a “Teacher Notes” copy with my own suggested responses to each analysis question.
To help students new to some of the terms, I suggest also buying the RHETORICAL ANALYSIS HANDBOOK
for student reference.