It’s time to collaborate and get your students moving! Teachers love using literature circles for small groups, book clubs, and collaborative learning. Your students will love their collaborative poster for any text focusing on the art of persuasion- rhetoric, ethos, pathos, and logos. This digital download includes the teacher procedure, suggestions, step by step set up, ethos, pathos, logos collaborative poster printable, student reflection questions, completed example and literature circle rubric.
This classroom activity allows students to engage with others. Students will work together in small groups to share ideas and respond to tasks and their text. Students who have a hard time sitting quietly will find this activity helpful. Ethos, Pathos, and Logos are modes of persuasion used to convince audiences.
Teachers are always looking for new ways to differentiate their lessons and include more collaborative projects for their students. As an English teacher, I have found that using Literature Circles work wonderfully.
If you are limited in your choice of text, this also works well with whole-class readings. The art of persuasion works great with any rhetoric, speech, text, or persuasive writing unit.
Teachers use the student reflection and literature circles rubric for assessment.
LITERATURE CIRCLES, ART OF PERSUASION, ETHOS, PATHOS, LOGOS, POSTER FOR ANY TEXT:
★Small group poster- comes with 4 pieces for your students to collaborate. Groups of 2-6 can work together successfully and harmoniously. -You just need to print one collaborative poster for each group.
★ Aristotle, rhetoric, and persuasion
★Perfect for a literature circle, respond to an article, book club, student-centered review, whole class novel study in small groups.
★Poster Rubric Checklist and Lit Circle Rubric
★Lit Circle Reflection Questions
★Group signs and display signs
★Teacher instructions for literature circles, collaboration poster, gallery walks, philosophy, background on sketchnotes
★One-pager for a notebook or binder. Perfect for guided notes.
This type of collaborative activity is perfect for any of time of the year. For teachers especially! It is a student-centered approach and modern teaching strategy. You get to walk around, sit with different groups, and observe! Literature circles are meant to be a monitored activity.
Small Group Collaborative Posters
This art of persuasion collaborative poster is triple the fun with the combination of coloring, creativity, and text or concept analysis poster group work! Watch students and staff stop and look at the completed works…very eye-catching! The poster is 4 pieces. Completed it is – 20 X 16 IN.
You’ll love watching your students collaborate. The activity is designed for students to communicate and work together. Works with your own choice of text.
Recommended supplies needed: crayons, colored pencils, scissors, tape or stapler
Please provide me with really appreciated feedback!
Created by Danielle Knight, © Study All Knight, 2018.