Reflection: Routines and Procedures Myth Madness: Apollo vs Hephaestus, Day 3 - Section 1: Pair Share


In order to save yourself a great deal of trouble make sure that students know and follow these rules when submitting documents electronically:

  1. Title: before doing anything else add an appropriate to the document: topic, the student’s initials, and class section
  2. Font: the only acceptable fonts for an academic document include: Times New Roman, Arial and Verdana.
  3. Font size: 12
  4. Spacing: 1.5 or 2

I will not even open documents that do not meet these criteria. It does not take having to redo an assignment more than once or twice for a student to realize that it is easier to do it right the first time.

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Myth Madness: Apollo vs Hephaestus, Day 3

Unit 12: Argument Reading & Writing
Lesson 4 of 11

Objective: Write short arguments based on research that demonstrate focus and organization and include supporting details.

Big Idea: Too little? Too much? Revise your writing to make it just right.

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