Rhetoric: The study or art of using language to communicate effectively, often to persuade or influence.

Resources for this term:
The Power of Language (Communication is More than Language)
The Power of Language (Communication is More than Language)

*EXEMPLAR MODULE* This language arts module addresses the effects of language structures in nonfiction and poetry. This module involves critical analysis of genre structure, grammar, and literary devices. NOTE: This module is designed to teach and assess the Common Core State Standards College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Speaking and Listening, including a formal and rigorous dialogue about concepts and ideas, as well as Common Core Reading and Writing standards.

Recognizing Human Rights Violations in Countries in Crisis
Recognizing Human Rights Violations in Countries in Crisis

Students learn to recognize and analyze human rights violations in historical or current texts by using primary and secondary sources. Using Template Task 20, 10th grade English Language Arts students apply the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to analyze human rights violations in a specific country.

Alexander the Great: Was He or Wasn’t He a Great Military Leader?
Alexander the Great: Was He or Wasn’t He a Great Military Leader?

*EXEMPLAR MODULE* Throughout history, military leaders have led conquests in an effort to increase their own or their country’s power. Some of the most exceptional of these leaders have been assigned the label “great” and continue to be featured in lessons on both history and military strategy. Students read a variety of informational and persuasive texts to analyze Alexander the Great’s success in battle and the influence that his success had on countless military commanders who followed, arguing the degree of greatness of this young Macedonian king by answering Template Task 2.

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