Essay and Sentence Structure

Unit 6: Exploring Identity
Lesson 9 of 14

Objective: SWBAT develop awareness of the variety of essay and sentence structures by describing the structure of an argument and mimicking the author's syntax.

Big Idea: Effective writers have powerful linguistic moves we can imitate.

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English / Language Arts, research (Writing Process), collaboration, syntax, questioning, identity, annotate
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