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Fine Tuning the Claim and Evidence to Respond to an Essential Question

Unit 10: Cultural Visions: Researching Responses to Essential Questions
Lesson 5 of 9

Objective: SWBAT write an argumentative essay to answer an essential question by developing claims and counterclaims and supporting them with evidence.

Big Idea: Students work to refine their claim and organize their evidence into a reasonable argument.

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English / Language Arts, pacing, Research Writing and Practices, claims, argument (Composition), independent work, Essential Questions, Student Teacher Writing Conference, Writing Stamina
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