Reflection: Standards Alignment Playing Catch Up - Section 3: Metaphor Voting

 

While this lesson does not directly connect to writing standards, it does prepare them to write by reviewing key terms they should already know. Without this basic knowledge, they will be hard-pressed to produce quality essays.

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Playing Catch Up

Unit 1: Persuasive Writing
Lesson 2 of 22

Objective: SWBAT apply essay element knowledge by voting on the best essay visual metaphor. SWBAT organize for success by creating a portfolio.

Big Idea: Organize and apply--set students up for success with key academic skills.

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