Reflection: Lesson Planning Blogging Re: The Rhetorical Analysis, a Reflection - Section 2: Guided Practice: Blogging Time!


During the course of reading student blogs for final evaluation, this prompt stood out as among the most informative.  Just I thought, many (in fact most) students felt the assessment was unique in its expectations.  Lots of students reflected that they had had experience writing about arguments but never about how the argument worked.

Please, carefully consider the student examples attached here.  I think you will see what they mean. Also, as anyone would assume the senior students who completed AP Eng. Lang. in jr. year held a distinct advantage.  Their skill set was esp. practiced.  Indeed, the flat out best model/student paper was written by a boy who had AP Eng. Lang. the year before.  His essay is in the "best of" packet attached.

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Blogging Re: The Rhetorical Analysis, a Reflection

Unit 10: Completing a Rhetorical Analysis
Lesson 6 of 7

Objective: SWBAT post a short self-refection regarding their recently completed Rhetorical Analysis.

Big Idea: ... blogging is a ubiquitous form of academic, professional, and personal expression ...

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Analysis (Listening and Speaking), blogging, writing on the web, rhetorical analysis
  46 minutes
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