On Rhetoric: A Theory of Civic Discourse Fun Activities

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Ancient Greece: The Philosophical Times

Based on the time that Aristotle lived, choose 3 things that you found interesting about Ancient Greece. Describe what it might be like to live in that time period. Would you like it? Why or why not?

Interview with a Philosopher

Write out an interview with Aristotle, including both the questions and his responses. The interview can take place during any time and you can use the information in the book to help speculate his answers.

Crossword Puzzle

Using the people and events in the book, create a crossword puzzle. Be sure to include both the questions and answers along with how they fit in the puzzle.

Aristotle's Resume

Create a resume for Aristotle, including his goals, experience, work, skills, qualifications, and references.

Prose and Cons Checklist

Based on Aristotle's writings on prose in rhetoric, make a quick-reference checklist that has one column of...

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