Reflection: Modeling Oreo Argument - Part 2 - Section 3: Lesson


Reviewing this piece as a class after already taking time to discuss it in small groups is time consuming, but this is exactly what my students need.

My high achievers need the validation and my lower achievers need the clarity that comes from seeing me model what they need to produce. This is a necessary step in order for me to take them forward. The conversation in class during the whole class review is wonderful.  I always find that there are misunderstandings that I expected, but ones I wouldn't have.  I learn right along with them.

Not only hearing, but seeing it on screen is imperative.

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Oreo Argument - Part 2

Unit 9: Argument - Part 1
Lesson 9 of 15

Objective: SWBAT discuss and provide solutions after yesterday's analysis of an argument text.

Big Idea: Putting our heads together.

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