Did you know that more than eighty-five percent of whales who spend their entire lives working as entertainment in large fishbowls die within a year of being retired and released back into the ocean? They lack to abilities and knowledge on how to hunt for their own food and protect themselves from being prey to predators. Many of the huge aquariums in the world use and abuse these animals for decades in order to financially benefit from them and then abandon them without any concern for their survival. Whether they are starved until they become desperate to kill for food, or antagonized until their day is ruined, it is irrelevant to these media workers; whats important is getting a money shot to sell to the people who are animal lovers.
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Top Resource Types. By We English Hard. These "bell ringers" or "openers" include quotes or short TEDTalks with argumentative prompts modeled after AP prompts. I have some other argument activities that use former AP prompts available free of charge. English Language Arts. PowerPoint Presentations, Activities. Includes 12 argument prompts most from past AP exams which can be used to practice brainstorming examples for various tasks assigned by the wide range of prompts.
How I use these: I hand out one prompt per group and each group creates a poster. Castle's Curriculum Creations. English Language Arts, Close Reading.
Examinations - Quizzes, Assessment. This 45 question quiz contains both comprehension questions AND questions over rhetorical strategies and devices employed by Moore modeled after AP language stems. Following the quiz, we always have a discussion about the effects of the strategies. Style of this quiz is very similar to the Part II Quiz.
Multiple choice includes content-based questions and rhetorical devices. This quiz also contains some short answer questions. Vocabulary, Writing, Close Reading. Vocabulary, Close Reading. The review addresses all three essays rhetorical analysis, synthesis, and argument.
Please ignore the thumbnail generation - it's from an old file and the TPT website is being. PowerPoint Presentations, Test Prep. My Bondage and My Freedom - Chs. XVI - XX. This is a 30 question multiple choice quiz over selected chapters Chs. Close Reading. Assessment, Nonfiction Book Study. Sly Similes and Mighty Metaphors. This is a great introduction to similes and metaphors for inexperienced students, but is also an excellent review for experienced students.
Lectures, PowerPoint Presentations. The essay is well-written and intriguing, and the author. English Language Arts, Creative Writing. After they are familiar with the AP Language open-ended response questions, in small groups or independently, depending on your goal , students create their own AP Synthesis, Rhetorical Analysis, and Argument questions with very specific.
Research, Projects, Test Prep. Usually I assign the reading as homework and have the quiz the following day. Students are allowed to use the essay, but the quiz is timed so. These are former AP Argument prompts publicly released prompts which have been reformatted. Ask We English Hard a question. They will receive an automated email and will return to answer you as soon as possible. Please Login to ask your question. Keep in Touch! Sign Up. I thought it was a poem about everything.
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