Teach Argument With The Big Bang Theory

Aside from being a widely popular comedic sitcom, The Big Bang Theory is littered with arguments that lend themselves wonderful to the kind of rhetorical analysis we want to instill in our kiddos.  This particular lesson bundle asks students to critically consider, analyze, and deconstruct three different arguments posed by the likes of Leonard, Penny, and Sheldon — perfect for introducing your students to rhetorical analysis, or for prompting your students to analyze some engaging dialogue on a deeper level.

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Lesson Features

Grades Advanced middle school (7-8) to high school (9-12)
Focus Introduction to argument (argument writing, rhetorical analysis)

Lesson Description

Wondering what to expect from this lesson bundle?  Look for further.  The Big Bang Theory lesson bundle promises an action packed introduction to rhetorical analysis for your kiddos.  This bundle contains:

  • Three different arguments, excerpted from the show
  • Each argument accompanied by a set of guiding questions for rhetorical analysis, crafted to scaffold students’ understanding of argument
  • A prompt to unpack one particular argumentative thread as posed by a specific character (Sheldon, Leonard, Penny, or Amy) across — in the style of a rhetorical precis

This awesome lesson bundle can serve as a great introduction to argument, argument writing, and rhetorical analysis — or, if your students are already well versed, can be used to take a deeper dive with multiple engaging texts.

 
Grab this lesson bundle “a la carte” for only $4.99 — OR, click here to register for the TeachArgument Community and instantly gain access to ALL of our resources!

 
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