Reflection: Student Self-Assessment Argumentation: Breaking it down into its parts (2 of 2) - Section 3: Closure


Well, two of my sections were right on target.  There were all 1s on the board.  However, my biggest section, with 32 students, had five students write a 2 and one student wrote a 3.  Now that i've graded their essays, I can guess who the students who wrote a 2 are.  I am assuming that they student who wrote the 3 is a student who is new to our district and has only been a member of class since the beginning of the semester. 

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Argumentation: Breaking it down into its parts (2 of 2)

Unit 16: Creative Test Prep and Review
Lesson 6 of 6

Objective: SWBAT write an argument to support a claim and support their claim with relevant evidence by reading an article and agreeing or disagreeing with the author's claim.

Big Idea: What should teenagers be paid? Can you support your claim with great evidence?

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