Reflection: Student Communication Video Game Violence: Claims and Evidence - Section 2: Lesson


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Video Game Violence: Claims and Evidence

Unit 14: Changes in Self-Perception: Part 3
Lesson 5 of 7

Objective: SWBAT: read an opinion piece to locate claims and evidence.

Big Idea: A hot topic with my students! Will they be able to read it solely to identify claims and evidence, without giving their own opinions?

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English / Language Arts, Reading, Nonfiction (Reading), opinion, Claims and Evidence, argumentative wrtiting, video game violence
  55 minutes
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