This lesson set includes a fully annotated copy of Henry’s famous “liberty or death” speech, a two page graphic organizer your students can use to complete a rhetorical scavenger hunt, a PPT with analysis and vocabulary by paragraph, and links to both a hook and engage YouTube video and grammar lessons on parallelism. This lesson is a great way for students to practice identifying rhetorical strategies and appeals. It is designed to be taught after they have been introduced to ethos, pathos, logos, and parallelism, antithesis, and allusion.
I use this lesson set with my Rationalism Unit. Please check out my Intro to Rationalism PPT and Cloze lesson also available on TPT (http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Rationalism-Unit-Introduction-PPT-and-Cloze-1998594).
Please note that the grammar extension consists of links to already existing documents currently available for free in the public domain. You are purchasing the annotated speech and graphic organizer. I am also including the links in order to round out the lesson.