Teach Susan B. Anthony's Historical Speech with Ease!
“Are women persons? ... I hardly believe our opponents will… say they are not.” A powerful speech can be both memorable and a critical turning point of history. Detail the key features of a great speech using “On the Women’s Right to Vote.”
- Study in depth the background of Susan B. Anthony along with her reason for the speeches.
- Describe how to influence an audience through the use of pathos, logos, and ethos.
- Analyze perspectives of a speech through direct excerpts from the text.
- Investigate the influence of the time period then and now with multiple excerpts from speeches on women’s rights.
8 x 10 inches. Middle school. Softcover, 48 pages.
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