Reflection: Practice Three Identifying Claim and Evidence, Day One of Two - Section 3: Identifying Claim and Evidence Practice


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Practice Three Identifying Claim and Evidence, Day One of Two

Unit 5: Finding and Evaluating Claim and Evidence in Informational Texts
Lesson 7 of 18

Objective: Students will be able to identify claim and evidence in a grade-level text by analyzing Paine's "Common Sense" excerpts.

Big Idea: Paine's development of government: democracy is the natural order of progression.

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English / Language Arts, claim and evidence, analysis
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