"Slip or Trip" Analysis Activity

Unit 1: Argument Writing
Lesson 4 of 13

Objective: Students will work to analyze an image and accompanying story in order to determine what is effective evidence and write an effective claim that is well-supported and written in the appropriate format of a microtheme.

Big Idea: Was Mr. Volupides' Death an Accident? Let's Look At the Evidence.

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