Reflection: Rigor School Sports Article Analysis - Section 4: Closure/Exit Ticket

 

It is essential for students to begin recognizing argumentative structures and the way different authors use them to accomplish different things. As they work to recognize them in other areas, they develop a much better understanding of their benefits and shortcomings. This will also help when they are working to create their own arguments for various purposes. 

  Focusing On Author's Craft and Argument Structure
  Rigor: Focusing On Author's Craft and Argument Structure
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School Sports Article Analysis

Unit 11: Argument Writing
Lesson 3 of 9

Objective: Students will closely read an article about sports in schools as entry-level research about whether or not they are beneficial to students.

Big Idea: The Research Begins Now!

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