Propaganda Project

Propaganda Project

Author: Martha Medlock

Students will demonstrate

  • understanding of Aristotle's Appeals (ethos, pathos, logos)
  • write three different reasons for either fighting for American freedom or fighting for the British Crown
  • synthesize their understanding of the issues relating to the American Revolution from their history class
  • apply their understanding and persuade the colonists to either take up arms for or against the British Crown
  • create an original script based on the previous study of drama
  • collaborate with one other student via Google docs

Work with another student and collaborate electronically to create a persuasive presentation demonstrating clear understanding of the power of Aristotle Appeals.

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Description if project

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Propaganda Project Planning Sheet

Use this planning sheet as you and your partner collaborate.

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