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Assessing Their Written Abilities to Debate

Unit 15: Arguing to make a point!
Lesson 4 of 6

Objective: SWBAT...write informative/explanatory texts to examine the article "Should Students Wear School Uniforms?" to convey their claims and support their information clearly

Big Idea: A claim is only an opinion unless it is supported by evidence and details from the text. Good writers write with strong facts to persuade their audience to their viewpoints.

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