Examining Two Sides of the Book Banning Argument

Unit 11: Censorship in 2013: Gearing up for Banned Books Week
Lesson 2 of 5

Objective: SWBAT identify claims made on two sides of an argument and begin to develop their own opinions on the subject.

Big Idea: Taking sides on an issue involves evaluating claims.

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English / Language Arts, debate, analyzing arguments, books, Banned Books, censorship
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