Reflection: Lesson Planning Argument Reading & Writing: Unit Assessment - Section 1: Introduce the Prompts


This assessment requires students to move the entire writing process with independence in order to measure skill development. Interest and engagement with the topic is enhanced by their own experiences and aids their ability to focus on the comprehension and writing skills necessary to develop a convincing argument.

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Argument Reading & Writing: Unit Assessment

Unit 12: Argument Reading & Writing
Lesson 11 of 11

Objective: SWBAT research, draft, revise and edit an argument/persuasive piece over an extended time frame.

Big Idea: Pets in the classroom? The elimination of competitive sports? Choose a topic and voice your opinion.

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