Reflection: Joy Position Writing - "Is the Bulldog Doomed?" - Section 2: Instructional Input


I find that I have a number of students who have a great deal of knowledge about dogs and breeding. I find that I have a much larger number who have little to no knowledge at all. In order to eventually get them all to at least a level of understanding that is somewhere in between, we need to spend some time to develop this understanding and perspective. This knowledge will help them in the coming task.

  Why Spend Time Learning About All of These Dogs?
  Joy: Why Spend Time Learning About All of These Dogs?
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Position Writing - "Is the Bulldog Doomed?"

Unit 11: Argument Writing
Lesson 2 of 9

Objective: SWBAT determine on a point of view about dog breeding to write a position paper.

Big Idea: Whose Side Are You On Anyway?

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English / Language Arts, argument (Composition), informational text, analysis, scholastic
  55 minutes
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