This Digital To Kill a Mockingbird Rhetorical Analysis Activity resource is ideal for middle school and high school students and is optimized for digital learning, distance learning, and Google Classroom.
Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird” digital resource. Digital rhetorical analysis for Atticus Finch’s closing arguments. Students work in Google Slides to annotate the text and analyze the speech for rhetorical devices and appeals (ethos, pathos, logos).
This digital resource includes multiple rhetorical analysis activities, writing assignments, rubrics. Furthermore, this resource also includes a PDF version of the files for easy printing.
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This digital interactive ePlan includes teacher instructions (GoogleDrive and Microsoft OneDrive) and a link to 20 slides of rhetorical analysis, annotating, and writing activities.
This page includes 1 title page, 2 student resource pages, 4 pages of digital annotation that help break up the text for the students, 5 different analysis activities, 2 writing assignments, and a rubric.
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