Summer Vacation Debate.pptx - Section 3: Building Knowledge: Debate: The Value of Summer Vacation

 
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Debate: Is Summer Vacation Necessary?

Unit 1: Narratives: This is the Story of My Life
Lesson 3 of 8

Objective: SWBAT develop a claim and use textual evidence to support their position by referring to the text as they debate the value of summer vacation.

Big Idea: Students will make inferences and cite evidence to determine their response to the following question -- Summer vacation: intellectual growth or intellectual drop zone?

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