Reflection: Online Resources Myth Madness: the Final Contest - Section 3: And the Winner Is...


If you haven't checked it out yet, then you should open and explore It is a great tool that can be utilized in classrooms in a variety of ways. It is even possible to have results of the quizzes you give, like the ones in this lesson,  e-mailed to you so that they are ready to save and/or print. The only reason I do not post any here is because the students names appear in the text.

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Myth Madness: the Final Contest

Unit 12: Argument Reading & Writing
Lesson 8 of 11

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

Big Idea: Weigh strengths against weaknesses as four gods move on to the final rounds of competition on Mt. Olympus.

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