The Greek Trilogy of Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle carry the foundation for the subject of Rhetoric and within that topic, the ideas of truth and knowledge. From these men we grow our own responses and are more readily apt to understand the different approaches that were recognized years and years ago, and are still today not truly defined.
Students encounter persuasive language all the time, often without even realising it. One of the most obvious uses of persuasive language is in political speeches. These FIVE worksheets each focus on extracts from different political speeches and test students' knowledge of different persuasive language techniques.
Opinion Writing for primary grades - This Opinion Writing product includes FRAMES,EXAMPLES,POSTERS,and PROMPTS.It is designed to TEACH students how to write an opinion by offering a lot of SUPPORT.The students need lots of examples and practice before they can write their own opinion.
This set includes: -Integrating Resources (MLA) handout -ICE (Introduce, cite, explain) two page graphic organizer -Revision infographic in color & black & white -Editing/Proofreading infographic in color & black & white -Revision Checklist -Editing/Proofreading Checklist -Persuasion handout KELP: Kairos, Ethos, Logos, & Pathos -Persuasive Essay KELP Organizer