Engage your students in close reading and rhetorical analysis skills with this Martin Luther King Jr. "I Have a Dream" close reading and analysis activity. This is a perfect activity for students on Martin Luther King Jr. "I Have a Dream" by Dr.
Martin Luther King Day Activity Bundle for Secondary Students
Martin luther king jr essay ideas for fahrenheit Martin Luther King Essay Topics. Martin Luther King, this is one of those Martin Luther King quotes that truly brings out the mettle of Martin Luther King Jr.
24 pre and post reading task cards for Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech Use these 24 task cards to analyze Martin Luther King, Jr.'s inspirational speech, "I Have a Dream." Engage students and let them delve into the speech to discover
Edgar Allan Poe Escape Room for BreakOut Groups Grades 8-12 ELA - Editable
Prepare yourself and your students for beginning-to-end excitement with this engaging lesson in ELA skills and critical thinking! Your students will love the English Language Arts lessons embedded in this escape room - as they engage in problem-solving an
Rhetorical Analysis Handouts and Activities
Teach textual analysis and critical thinking skills with these differentiated rhetorical analysis activities focusing on loaded language in George W. Bush's 9/11 Address as well as news headlines and ledes. Build a strong close reading foundation while fo
Rhetorical Analysis KABOOM! A Critical Thinking Game for ANY TEXT
This Jeopardy-style review game will help students review Persuasive Techniques. A variety of questions help engage all students pictures and slogans keep students on their toes. Also, this product has been updated to include 30 brand new slides, featu
To Kill a Mockingbird - 20 Literary Analysis Questions
20 Literary Analysis Questions for To Kill a Mockingbird! -Each high level question asks students to analyze and synthesize this novel. -Students incorporate text evidence into their literary response for each question. -Each question elicits a full pa
Help students demystify rhetorical analysis with these handy bookmarks! This zipped file includes a one-sided bookmark with seven analysis questions and a two-sided bookmark with seven analysis questions and definitions of common rhetorical techniques.
This blog from Bespoke ELA describes three annotations for deeper reading in order to facilitate the literary analysis process. This strategy works for any text and breaks the annotation process into three easy steps that can enable greater success in being able to comprehend a text.
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Socratic Seminar & Activities: Poem Analysis “Annabel Lee” by Edgar Allan Poe
Socratic seminar is an excellent and engaging way for students to practice higher order thinking skills. This 62-slide PowerPoint resource with printables is a Socratic seminar featuring the poem Annabel Lee by Edgar Allan Poe. The resource includes a well-organized protocol for conducting a formal discussion or Socratic seminar based on Poe's poem.