Reflection: Gradual Release Argumentative Writing Practice: Which Candy Should Be My Favorite? (1 of 2) - Section 2: Argumentation Notes


Although it is early-ish in the school year, I expect students to be able to take decent notes.  I really like what this student did on her notes with the arrows.  I showed this under the document camera as an organized system.  It isn't necessarily organized into a chart/graph/outline, but the notes make sense, she grabbed the important information and I'm confident she will be able to use this document to help her throughout this unit.  

  Note taking is tough business
  Gradual Release: Note taking is tough business
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Argumentative Writing Practice: Which Candy Should Be My Favorite? (1 of 2)

Unit 11: Introducing The Building Blocks of Argumentation
Lesson 3 of 10

Objective: SWBAT write a claim and support it with appropriate evidence by arguing which piece of candy is their favorite.

Big Idea: Can candy motivate students to write a great argument? Of course!

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