Reflection: Unit Planning Myth Madness: The Next Match Ups (Artemis vs Athena; Demeter vs Hermes) - Section 2: Mini Lesson: AOPOV


I recently discovered that Empowering Writers updated the persuasive writing guide mentioned in this lesson. It was rewritten to meet the CCSS's emphasis on argument writing as opposed to persuasive writing. The new title is the Comprehensive Argument Writing Guide.

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Myth Madness: The Next Match Ups (Artemis vs Athena; Demeter vs Hermes)

Unit 12: Argument Reading & Writing
Lesson 6 of 11

Objective: Write short arguments based on research that demonstrate focus and organization and include supporting details.

Big Idea: Convince your audience by acknowledging the opposing point of view.

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