Student Rhetorical Square - Section 3: Partner Work: Rhetorical Square and Kurt Vonnegut

 
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Vonnegut Speaks Back!

Unit 9: Banned Books Week
Lesson 2 of 4

Objective: SWBAT read a letter written by Kurt Vonnegut and analyze it through the skill of the rhetorical square.

Big Idea: Wait . . . is he being serious? Students delve beneath a writer's words to determine his true agenda.

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