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Worried about your students not being able to decipher fake news from opinion pieces or credible sources? This activity (which is part of a larger unit on source evaluation) has students closely examine three different sources. One is fake news, one
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Boring. That is often the word we hear from students to describe Our Town. But by shifting your focus from the plot to the unique stylistic choices made by the author, you can reinvigorate the play and help students develop an appreciation for the
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This activity allows students to practice close reading by annotating for patterns in a text by using a portion of Act 2 and Act 3 in Our Town by Thornton Wilder. They then use these annotations to help them make inferences about a theme of the
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This is a worksheet to help students support interpretations of theme with textual evidence from Our Town by Thornton Wilder. It is focused on broadening students' support from just dialogue in the play to stylistic choices made by the author, as
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Have students closely analyze and evaluate the rhetorical appeals an excerpt from Act 1 of 12 Angry Men by Reginald Rose. We watch the original black and white film first from 1954 and then return to scene from each act to closely analyze the moves
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Activity for the end of Act 1 and 2 of 12 Angry Men. Students list the juror numbers on the continuum of guilty to not guilty at the end of each act to track their stances as they change. This allows for a class discussion about what is persuading
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After reading/viewing Act 2 of 12 Angry Men by Reginald Rose, students answer these questions with partners to analyze some of the author's choices throughout the play so far. This prepares them for a whole class discussion about stylistic choices
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These activities are to supplement a unit on rhetorical appeals and logical fallacies. Prior to this, students should be introduced to ethos, pathos, and logos, and a sampling of logical fallacies (suggestions: hasty generalization, faulty emotional
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