Reflection: Intervention and Extension Introductions and Conclusions in a Debate - Section 7: Closing

 

I had many students that did not finish two examples of both. Their homework was to finish two examples of both an introduction and a conclusion and turn them in the next day.

I predicted this was going to happen, but since they have had prior lessons on introductions and conclusions, I wanted to them to complete this writing activity quicker. They needed time in class for more practice and teacher guidance, but making a lesson go quickly helps them be more independent if they are ready for it.  

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Introductions and Conclusions in a Debate

Unit 10: Engaging in Debate
Lesson 5 of 9

Objective: SWBAT introduce their claim and reasons and as well as conclude them in a persuasive manner by practicing them today.

Big Idea: The book ends of a debate; bring your listener with you!

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