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This membership level grants you complete access to all of the most popular perks that come with being a  member of the TeachArgument Community, as well as:

  • Access to ALL of TeachArgument's previously released core argument lessons, games, literature units
  • Access to TeachArgument's full suite of online professional development (e.g. Neuroscience and Learning, Game-Based Learning, Student Centered Instruction, and more)
  • Access to LearnArgument (TeachArgument's online learning platform for students) for up to 150 of your students

This is our most comprehensive level of access.  We've pulled out all the stops.

A detailed breakdown of what you'll have at your fingertips includes:

  • The Pop Culture Lesson Vault ($450+ value)  That means every single pop culture-based English lesson on TeachArgument is yours in its entirety — in both editable Word document and PDF format.  Each of these lessons sell for a premium HERE — but you’ll instantly have them ALL at your fingertips.
  • Brand New Pop Culture Lessons ($$$)  As new pop culture-based lessons are created, you'll be able to access them instantly and in their entirety, both in editable Word Docs and PDF format.  If you're looking for the best way to ensure that your students are engaged, you'll always have an ace up your sleeve.
  • Exclusive Iconic Song Video Analyses ($$$)  In addition to the widely popular rhetorical analyses of pop songs that TeachArgument posts to YouTube and its blog, members also receive access to an exclusive library of rhetorical analysis and close reading videos that unpack the most iconic songs of all time -- including Journey's "Don't Stop Believin," The Beatles' "Hey Jude," Lennon's "Imagine," U2's "One," and Nirvana's "Smell's Like Teen Spirit."  These videos are only available to members of the TeachArgument Community.
  • Exclusive "Introducing Argument" Lesson Series ($$$)  By popular demand, we've developed a four part lesson series that is exclusively available to members of the TeachArgument Community.  These lessons are designed to introduce argument, rhetorical analysis, close reading, and synthesis to students in the most engaging and accessible manner, using Disney songs are core texts.
  • Community Forums ($$$) An awesome opportunity to connect with likeminded educators who share your passion for English, teaching, and learning.  These conversations alone are worth their weight in gold.
  • Core Argument Lessons ($60+) Instant access to every single one of TeachArgument's "Core Argument" lessons.  Searching for the best way to introduce appeals to ethos, pathos, and logos?  Try the Rhetomatic!  Looking for the best way to teach counterargument?  Use CounterPunch!  These "core" lessons promise to supercharge your teaching, and although they sell for a premium here, you'll have them ALL at your fingertips!
  • Games ($50+) Whether you're looking to gamify independent reading in your classroom, to incentivize classroom discussions with game elements, or to foster critical thinking through play, our TeachArgument's games will do the trick.  These games heighten engagement and bolster rigor -- ALL yours for the taking!
  • Literature Units ($125+) Wishing you had a new and exciting way to teach literature in your classroom?  Wondering how you might integrate rhetorical analysis and argumentative writing into your favorite literary units -- like Gatsby, Catcher, and Mockingbird?  TeachArgument's literature units are here to lighten your load, and to spice up your classroom!
  • TeachArgument's Full Suite of Online PD ($300) Gain instant access to the same online coursework that is available through TeacherFuel's "Modern Mastery" online PD course.  These courses delve into cutting edge topics like student centered pedagogy, neuroscience and student engagement, and game based learning.  You can check out the course details here, but in short, this PD promises to take your teaching to the next level.
  • LearnArgument Multi-Class Access ($499) Gain access to LearnArgument, our online learning platform, for up to 150 of your students.  LearnArgument offers an incredibly engaging sequence of online learning modules that foster close reading, rhetorical analysis, and critical thinking skills -- using pop culture texts to guide the way.  LearnArgument is being used across the country for as the ultimate "summer reading" assignment, as well as throughout the school year to supplement instruction.  If you're looking for the perfect one-two punch with TeachArgument's super engaging instructional resources, this is it!  


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