“The End of Something” Essay-Students Test Their Working Argument

Unit 5: Modernist Literature
Lesson 6 of 17

Objective: SWBAT strengthen their working argument by sharing it in small group discussions and getting feedback.

Big Idea: Counting on the power of discussion to clarify and strengthen ideas.

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English / Language Arts, Writing Process, Modernism, citation (Research Writing), discussions, writing & conferencing, Hemingway, questioning strategy
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