Persuade an audience with rhetorical devices

Persuade an audience with rhetorical devices

Persuade an audience with rhetorical devices Move beyond teaching students what to say and teach them how to say it. These craft lessons will focus on rhetorical devices—or different ways to impress opinions and express ideas to a reader. There are dozens of...
Deliver information with 4 word-choice techniques

Deliver information with 4 word-choice techniques

Deliver information with 4 word-choice techniques Although informative writing consists of facts, quotes, explanations, and examples, the writer’s word choice is just as valuable. Teach students to intentionally incorporate relevant and accurate vocabulary with these...
Integrate 3 ingredients within every claim

Integrate 3 ingredients within every claim

Integrate 3 ingredients within every claim After acquiring background knowledge on a debatable topic and aligning with a side, instruct students on the three ingredients of an argumentative claim—the type, the scope, and the certainty. Duration: 4:10 | Grades...
Practice 2-step synthesizing with visuals

Practice 2-step synthesizing with visuals

Practice 2-step synthesizing with visuals A synthesis occurs when a reader combines two or more details from multiple texts to generate a new idea. As simple as this may sound, achieving a synthesis is a complex task that requires two key steps. Duration: 3:58 |...