WT SL (Gendered Advertising)

IB English A: Language & Literature: WT SL (Gendered Advertising)

Law schools often force students to take an opposing position to the one they hold. They require students to understand the claims and arguments – the logic – of the opposing counsel so that they can comprehend the law itself and how it functions. In our Language and Literature classes, we often ask students to do the same. Students debate and take sides to further discussion about a topic covered in class, especially...

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