Should Zoos Exist-Day 2

Unit 11: Writing a Research Based Argument
Lesson 3 of 11

Objective: SWBAT identify main idea and supporting details in informational text and use the information to make claims based on evidence.

Big Idea: Students are faced with a tough decision, "Are zoos helpful or harmful to endangered species?" Students research information to take a stance on the topic.

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