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Who Should We Help?

Unit 15: Arguing to make a point!
Lesson 5 of 6

Objective: SWBAT...write a persuasive essay on where we should send our funds after reading articles on children in poverty in Africa and in the United States

Big Idea: We need to evaluate all the facts and opinions before we commit to a cause.

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