Reflection: Joy Making A Plan: Crafting an Outline - Section 1: Intro and Welcome: It's National Grouch Day!


On "National Grouch Day," I reflect on heading off negativity and start-of-the-week "blahs" by engaging the class to build joy and student ownership. 

  Joy: Reflecting on "Something Good."
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Making A Plan: Crafting an Outline

Unit 4: Persuasive Writing: Research and Rhetorical Skills
Lesson 9 of 16

Objective: SWBAT organize the specific evidence to support their persuasive claims by creating an outline and establishing a thesis statement.

Big Idea: With landmarks in the form of information cards, students make an actual "map" to their topic in the form of an outline.

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note cards the waypoints on our map
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