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My Favorite Speeches for Rhetorical Analysis
Here is a list of my favorite speeches for rhetorical analysis. Speeches to analyze in high school. Here is a list of my favorite speeches to use in your next rhetorical analysis unit. #speechestoanalyze #rhetoricalanlaysis #highschoolEnglish #analyzingspeeches #secondaryELA #nonfiction #teachingnonfiction #teachingrhetoricalanalysis
Romeo and Juliet No-Prep Film Study Guides (& GOOGLE DOC LINKS!)
Need a no-prep assignment for the end of the school year? These film study guides are the perfect follow-up to a unit on Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet! Three film choices with two-page handouts for each -- just make copies!
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The Difference Between Inference & Prediction
Understanding the difference between inference and prediction is one of classic challenges in literacy instruction, in addition to the difference between main idea and theme, mood and tone, and reading versus deep reading, and so on. Some of it is a mater of jargon. An argument could be made that, like main idea and theme, that distinguishing between the two is more trouble than it’s worth.
Pop songs translated into Shakespeare. It would be fun to give students a bunch of these and have them match them or translate them and then have them take a stab at turning a song they like into a sonnet. A good fun way to teach students iambic pentameter and the structure of sonnets. jj