This Rhetorical Analysis of Frederick Douglass lesson plan also includes:
Is the Fourth of July a celebration for all Americans? Scholars carry out a close read of What to the Slave is the Fourth of July? Readers talk with partners about the speaker's point of view, the author's debate, reasoning, and rhetorical devices. After reviewing the text, pupils complete essays explaining their ideas.
- Incorporate study of the speech along with history of slavery and independence
- Set up a class debate over points given in the speech
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- Works through stages of the writing process
- Includes a rubric for structured, clear grading