How do we show students what poor evidence looks and sounds like? - Section 2: Mini Lesson--What does weak evidence look like?

 
  How do we show students what poor evidence looks and sounds like?
  How do we show students what poor evidence looks and sounds like?
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Evaluating Claims and Evidence in Atticus' Closing Argument

Unit 11: Introducing The Building Blocks of Argumentation
Lesson 7 of 10

Objective: SWBAT evaluate evidence as sufficient and relevant by examining a closing argument.

Big Idea: What can we learn from the world's biggest argument stage?

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