WHAT IS TEXTUAL ANALYSIS? CRITICAL THINKING, READING, and WRITING. The ELA CCSS require students to learn how to read texts carefully; This is a self-contained unit on textual analysis. Everything you need is here. Included: ➢A small excerpt, having to do with science, from Tocqueville's Democracy in America. ➢Suggestions on how to read the text at different levels. ➢A breakdown of the excerpt sentence by sentence with writing prompts ➢Group and individual Qs AND MORE $
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Life of Pi by Yann Martel/Literature (quiz and discussion Qs) unit #1
Critical thinking: socrates and the insanity defense
CRITICAL THINKING: SOCRATES AND THE INSANITY DEFENSE. These two units go especially well together. The Socratic Method introduces students to the question of human evil and Socrates’ teaching on unwilling mistakes. The unit also engages students in critical thinking and textual analysis. The Daily Dilemma presents an interesting challenge to Socrates’ teaching and allows students the opportunity to dig deeper into the dilemma of willing versus unwilling mistakes. Click to see more...
Socrates - three units combined: Socratic Seminar, High School Hots, Textual Analysis. Spotlight on Socrates combines three units at a discounted price - over 25% off! It's ready to print and go! Everything you need is here - over 75 pages of material - see the preview for more details $