As part of my opening lesson on rhetorical devices, this graphic organizer helps students begin to understand how quotes can personify the devices. Each point is developed with students having to pull textual evidence and identify the quote, paraphrase/summarize it, identify the rhetorical device, and its significance in the larger meaning of the work. This is part of my Rhetorical Devices unit, this graphic organizer leaves space for students to elaborate their notes.
The organizer can be editable, which gives teachers the option to change the terminology to match what they use in class or to translate the organizer into another language. The slide size is 8.5 x 11", so it will print on regular (U.S.) printer paper.