Thomas Paine's The Crisis No. 1 Questions, Prompts, SOAPTone, and Google Form

Thomas Paine's The Crisis No. 1 Questions, Prompts, SOAPTone, and Google Form
Thomas Paine's The Crisis No. 1 Questions, Prompts, SOAPTone, and Google Form
Thomas Paine's The Crisis No. 1 Questions, Prompts, SOAPTone, and Google Form
Thomas Paine's The Crisis No. 1 Questions, Prompts, SOAPTone, and Google Form
Thomas Paine's The Crisis No. 1 Questions, Prompts, SOAPTone, and Google Form
Thomas Paine's The Crisis No. 1 Questions, Prompts, SOAPTone, and Google Form
Thomas Paine's The Crisis No. 1 Questions, Prompts, SOAPTone, and Google Form
Thomas Paine's The Crisis No. 1 Questions, Prompts, SOAPTone, and Google Form
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Thomas Paine's famed The American Crisis is a classic piece of American rhetoric, and using the text in history or English language arts is a great way to expose students to foundational documents and seminal texts. This lesson includes an excerpt from The Crisis No. 1 with opportunities for rhetorical analysis, writing, and test prep. Includes analytical and rhetorical writing prompts and an easy-to-use rubric, analysis questions, and SOAPSTone analysis. The 25 reading questions come in two forms: as a traditional worksheet and as a fully editable, ready-to-use, and self-scoring Google Form.

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