Example #3 Argument Topic - Cellular.m4v - Section 4: Create and Present Claim

 
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Let's Argue

Unit 3: Pick a Side! Prove Your Point!
Lesson 7 of 12

Objective: SWBAT find two sources to support their argument and decide upon a relevant claim.

Big Idea: After current event research, students choose an argument claim to pursue.

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