Reflection: Checks for Understanding Arguing Both Sides: Phones in School? - Section 3: Debate with a Partner


Hint: It is important to check to see that everyone knows their number! All the ones raise your hand. Good! Now all the twos. I am glad I did this. It's surprising how many students struggled with these directions.

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Arguing Both Sides: Phones in School?

Unit 12: Argument Reading & Writing
Lesson 9 of 11

Objective: Develop speaking and listening skills while supporting a claim with clear evidence.

Big Idea: Deeper understanding comes from understanding both sides of an issue.

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