Extend student understanding of ethos, logos, and pathos with this activity that directs students to use rhetorical appeals in their own words. Over 30 varied topics use real-world connections and relevant issues to engage secondary students. When students use rhetoric in their writing, they gain a better understanding of their analysis and reading of arguments. In addition to using the prompts, students can write their own claims and points of view with the blank template.
This 36-page resource includes the following:
These print-and-go handouts can be used for bell ringers, task cards, journal writing, stations, group work, or process writing. The possibilities are endless!
Would you like other activities and lessons for teaching argument and rhetoric? You may be interested in the ones below:
Rhetorical Appeals Review Game
Digital Argument Writing Prompts Bundle
Common Core Writing Task: We Shall Overcome & Second Inaugural Address
I've Been to the Mountaintop by MLK, Jr.
Argument: Research & Essay Unit
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