Reflection: Modeling Drafting an opinion piece! - Section 2: Teaching Strategy


I had students actually write down what each argument needed so that they could be more independent and successful when they were on their own.  They used their "strong argument" lists to help ensure the quality of their arguments as they developed the body of their opinion pieces.  

  Have students take notes
  Modeling: Have Students Take Notes
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Drafting an opinion piece!

Unit 13: Voices of the Revolution - Part III
Lesson 5 of 13

Objective: SWBAT create a strong draft of their opinion piece.

Big Idea: Let's get to work!

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