Reflection: Student Ownership Shiloh Vs. Judd - Section 3: Supporting a Claim


It is interesting that students were able to locate pertinent information during their research about their claim.  Students quickly learned that their claims must be supported by research in order to convince others.  They were able to target the information they need and bypass extraneous information that contradicts their claim. Student performance and Student artifact during this activity demonstrated that they understood the strategies needed to persuade others towards their claim.

  Student Ownership: Selective Research
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Shiloh Vs. Judd

Unit 11: FINDS Research
Lesson 7 of 8

Objective: SWBAT defend claims using text evidence.

Big Idea: Can students apply persuasive techniques in a friendly debate ?

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