Reflection: Rigor Problem/Solution Letter - Section 2: Day 2


 By having students eliminate “be” verbs first, often provides an opportunity for students to change sentence beginnings and styles of sentences. This is a rigorous requirement and takes practice in restructuring sentences to eliminate these unnecessary words. As students progress through the examination of their writing to incorporate subordinate clauses, transitions, and other desired grammar, they find that they have already accomplished this complex task.

  Rigor: Revision
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Problem/Solution Letter

Unit 2: Writing
Lesson 9 of 13

Objective: SWBAT write a problem/solution letter with clear claims and supporting solutions while logically organizing their reasons.

Big Idea: This is what I think should be done!

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