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 This lesson will focus on 2 of Shakespeare's famous tragedies: Hamlet and Othello. Shakespeare's historical impact on society through his writing will be discussed and debated.  Students will gain an appreciation for his writing style, use of language, and dramatic presentation. 

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This is a study at the AP level of Spanish on the Guerra Sucia of Argentina.  Although the instructions are in English, all work would be done in the target language.

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The unit is derivatives but the lesson that gives students the most difficulty is chain rule.  This unit is a blended unit that have students investigate more in class using the "chain rule".

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This video is an example of how I would model annotations for my students in my Rhetorical Analysis Unit. I go through Florence Kelley's speech to NAWSA about Child Labor and explain my thoughts as I annotate the piece for rhetorical devices and appeals.

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This is a 10 week unit plan that takes students through the process of learning rhetorical analysis. It starts with the basics: the rhetorical triangle, vocabulary, basic analysis.

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In this lesson, students will learn how to rationalize the denominator and will be re-introduced to the idea of a conjugate and also imaginary numbers. By the end of the lesson, they should be able to rationalize a denominator even if it contains complex or imaginary numbers.

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In this lesson, students will learn about the number e as well as the 3 rules (product, quotient, power) and how to use them to condense and expand expression using natural logs.

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Students will review how to rationalize the denominator, graph polynomial functions, write exponential growth/decay functions, use rules to re-write log and natural log expressions, use synthetic or long division to divide two polynomials, and how to graph a log function.

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This is part of the Rhetorical Analysis Unit Plan posted by smousseau.

Vocabulary
Schemes and Tropes
Vocab and Schemes/Tropes Quizzes

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This is part of the Rhetorical Analysis Unit posted by smousseau.

This lesson is also an activity where students learn about the rhetorical triangle and rhetorical relationships, then practice them using a RAFT in two different ways.

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