Classroom Video: Connection to Prior Knowledge - Section 1: Defining Theme and Rheme and their Function

 
  Classroom Video: Connection to Prior Knowledge
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Writing Fluid Prose: Sentence to Sentence Transitions Through Theme/Rheme Analsysis

Unit 9: Writing Arguments
Lesson 2 of 7

Objective: SWBAT identify how an author builds an argument and creates a flow of ideas through a theme/rheme analysis, and be able to utilize this tool to revise their own writing.

Big Idea: Complex and compelling arguments are built through conscious attention of how ideas flow and are refined from one clause to the next.

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