Reflection: Lesson Planning Argument vs. Informational Part 2 Digital Discussions - Section 3: Wrap Up


While both texts were very engaging, I think the lesson I have learned from this lesson is that my students needed a more explicitly argumentative piece.  Head Trauma had hints on the title page, but as I've mentioned before, I think my students had difficulty seeing the forest for the trees.

Lesson learned -I will present a better choice in the coming days.

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Argument vs. Informational Part 2 Digital Discussions

Unit 9: Argument - Part 1
Lesson 5 of 15

Objective: SWBAT accurately determine the author's purpose in two texts.

Big Idea: Can you see my point of view?

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