Reflection: Lesson Planning Myth Madness: Ares vs Aphrodite - Section 1: Mini Lesson: Incorporating Resources


Outside of ELA class time, we worked together to craft formal citations for the Myth Madness resources in use. It is important for the learning process to lead your students in a demonstration of this skill, if you have not already done so. You can see the citations in the lesson video and in the document attached to this section.

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Myth Madness: Ares vs Aphrodite

Unit 12: Argument Reading & Writing
Lesson 5 of 11

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

Big Idea: Citing sources can be tricky. Let’s work on it together.

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