How to Paraphrase, Not Plagiarize - Section 2: Building Knowledge

 
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Paraphrasing vs. Plagiarism & Drafting Counterclaims

Unit 7: Drafting & Revising the Argumentative Research Paper
Lesson 3 of 7

Objective: SWBAT accurately paraphrase source material and effectively connect and integrate selected evidence to their arguments using varied, appropriate syntax.

Big Idea: Tired of seeing remixed paraphrases? Check out this collaborative practice that's sure to get kids saying, "WOW. THAT'S how you do it?!"

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