Creating an Argument: the Structure of Claims and Evidence

Unit 8: Introduction to Rhetorical Precis: Combining Objective Summaries with Analysis
Lesson 5 of 6

Objective: SWBAT write an argumentative essay by developing and incorporating claims and secondary claims that are supported by textual evidence.

Big Idea: What's your claim and the extremes of your claim? What the best resolution to your argument? Let's write!

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English / Language Arts, Rhetorical Appeals, Rhetorical Precis
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