Reflection: Diverse Entry Points Using Written Language to Develop Arguments about Pre-Arranged Love - Section 3: Independent Practice: Writing an Essay


This was such a FUN activity! Writing can be boring for students especially in-class writing. However, students took interest in the prompts and developed strong opinions that used personal experiences and research to make every point reliable. Check out my reflection of extension activities to see how students responded to the activities in this lesson. I will definitely do this lesson again!

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Using Written Language to Develop Arguments about Pre-Arranged Love

Unit 5: MidSummer Night's Dream
Lesson 11 of 11

Objective: SWBAT provide specific examples to identify varying viewpoints on pre-arranged marriages and believing in love at first sight.

Big Idea: It's written all over your paper! I know my stance on pre-determined love matches.

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