Reflection: Informational Format: Creating MLA-Style Information Note Cards - Section 1: Introduction and Welcome: It's Sherman Alexie's Birthday!


Between the Mindbender; interruptions for announcements; the conversation about homecoming; and explaining and sorting out that the planner the school provides is incorrect, and yes, there is a half-day of school this coming Friday--the "No School: Teacher In-service" note is a typo, this section ran long today, and we spent closer to 15 minutes going through start-of-class logistics in each class

  Reflecting on Taking Time Out to Plan Ahead
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Informational Format: Creating MLA-Style Information Note Cards

Unit 4: Persuasive Writing: Research and Rhetorical Skills
Lesson 5 of 16

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate understanding of how to gather relevant information to support an argumentative topic by taking notes on information cards.

Big Idea: Info cards and finding specific information are today's milestones as students continue their trek through the research process.

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