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"A Modest Proposal": Distinguishing Shades of Meaning When Writing an Argumentative Essay
11th - 12th
To smoke or not to smoke in public places? Swift's "A Modest Proposal" launches an exploration of how to formulate a stance, develop cogent rationale, and adopt an appropriate tone for a presentation on contemporary issues of social...
Grade 12 ELA Module 1, Unit 3, Lesson 5
12th CCSS: Designed
To underscore the importance of precise diction and sensory details in narratives, class members examine two statements to determine which is more effective and has a greater impact on the reader. Individuals then examine the word choice...
Making the Case for Equality: A Comparison
9th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Martin Luther King Jr's " I Have a Dream" speech and Atticus Finch's closing argument during the trial of Tom Robinson both address the societal need to overcome racism. After examining the rhetorical devices and figurative language used...
A Heritage Study: Using Information Resources to Research Family History and Traditions
11th - 12th
Students research their family history through ethnographical study. They locate information through a variety of sources, interview people, write a report and present an oral presentation to the class.