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Topic: President Kennedy's Inaugural Address
In this lesson plan, students consider the rhetorical devices in the JFK's inaugural address. They then analyze the suggestions made by some of his advisors and compare them to the delivered version of the speech. Students then evaluate the impact of the changes on the resonance of the speech.
A lesson plan for elementary students on televised debates.
Giovanna Negretti, 37, is the co-founder and executive director of Oiste?, established in 1999 to provide Massachusetts Latinos with the tools and training to enter public service. The organization was founded in response to concern about the underrepresentation of Latinos in public decision making roles. While its original goal was to provide non-...
In March 2000, the Georgia legislature was engaged in a bitter debate over a bill to strengthen penalties for hate crimes. The house had just voted 83-82 to shelve the bill when Dan Ponder, Jr., a Republican from a conservative district in southwestern Georgia, rose to speak. He had told no one of his plans to support the legislation. In a searchin...
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A feature of The Road to the White House lesson plan, this game board challenges students ...
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