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Applying the Rhetorical Square to Text

Unit 5: Bad Boy Part I
Lesson 3 of 12

Objective: Working with an article from The New York Times, SWBAT apply the skill of the rhetorical square in order to determine the writer's purpose, argument, audience, and persona.

Big Idea: Students unlock a skill to becoming better readers and better writers.

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