This is a table of the characters in Julius Caesar divided by Act that allows you to easily assign parts to each student. The characters are listed by order of appearance in each Act, and there is a key to allow you to see how many lines each
This assignment asks students to analyze the persuasive techniques in two articles about gun control, then make a decision about which author is more effective.
I use this activity to help students better understand the techniques used by opinion
This project has students work in groups to locate different types of rhetorical appeals and fallacies in magazine ads. They explain how the ad is using each type of appeal and whether or not it is effective.
This assignment has students analyze how the formality and tone of a speech change depending on the audience and purpose of the speech.
There are QR codes which link to videos of six different speeches given by President Obama.
Students are then
This is a table of characters in "Romeo and Juliet" divided by Act. The characters are listed by order of appearance, and a key shows how big each part is. There is space to list which student will be reading each part.
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Students are provided with 10 different statements. For each, they must state whether they agree or disagree and provide a reason and a specific example to support their opinion. At the end, they choose one topic and write a persuasive paragraph