Reflection: Student Ownership Bad Claim and Details - Section 1: Do Now: Error Terms Review


So, students were rather, er, slow to respond today. To be honest, it was a bit frustrating--made me feel like a Charlie Brown teacher (wah wah wah). Can't let it show, though. When students don't get it right, it's important to help them get it right. They're students; they're allowed to be learners and to not get it right--at least until the test.

  What to Do When Things Aren't Right
  Student Ownership: What to Do When Things Aren't Right
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Bad Claim and Details

Unit 5: Finding and Evaluating Claim and Evidence in Informational Texts
Lesson 15 of 18

Objective: Students will be able to identify and analyze errors of reasoning by creating a bad claim and details.

Big Idea: Create the worst argument ever.

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English / Language Arts, Evaluation and Analysis, claims, reasoning, error, detail, group work
  45 minutes
bad arguments
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