Students Test Their Working Arguments In a Class Discussion

Unit 7: Synthesis Essay on Identity
Lesson 3 of 7

Objective: SWBAT improve their working thesis statement by sharing it during a class discussion and getting feedback.

Big Idea: Verbalizing your argument and hearing people agree or disagree with you can only make your argument stronger.

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English / Language Arts, collaboration, argument, analysis
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