Teach Argument With Panic at the Disco

Panic at the Disco’s “High Hopes” provides a great opportunity to unpack rhetoric in pop culture.  This lesson provides an in-depth guided rhetorical analysis with questions to scaffold students’ thought processes, as well as deeper dives into rhetorical devices such as aphorism and juxtaposition.

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Lesson Features

Grades 7-12
Focus Rhetorical Analysis (general); Rhetorical Devices

Lesson Description

Wondering what you can expect to find in this lesson bundle?  Look no further!  This bundle includes:

  • A structured organizer for students to use when analyzing and unpacking “High Hopes”
  • A detailed graphic organizer with corresponding questions to guide students’ analyses (spanning seven pages)
  • An in-depth look at rhetorical devices, such as repetition, aphorism, and idiomatic expression
  • A graphic organizer to scaffold students’ analysis using the rhetorical triangle

 

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