Engage your students in rhetorical analysis with three sorting activities. Students will learn the vocabulary of the appeals (ethos, pathos, logos) and devices (25 total), then identify and analyze them in snippets of text from Presidents, sports professionals, and Shakespeare's works. Buy all three sorting activities in this bundle to save 20%. Better yet, buy this bundle at an even deeper discount when you purchase my AP Language and Composition Bundle!
Please check out the links below for previews and detailed descriptions of the products included. Note that the student handouts are similar in all three products, but the examples are unique.The BUNDLE contains the following products:
Rhetorical Triangle Word and Example Sort: Presidential Edition
Give your students practice with identifying and analyzing the rhetorical appeals (ethos, pathos, and logos) in 25 excerpts from Presidents’ speeches!
Rhetorical Triangle Word and Example Sort: Sports Edition
Give your students practice with identifying and analyzing the rhetorical appeals (ethos, pathos, and logos) in quotes from sports professionals!
Rhetorical Device Word and Example Sort: Shakespeare Edition
Give your students practice with identifying and analyzing the rhetorical devices in quotes from The Bard's great works!
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