Surviving Hurricane Sandy and After the Disaster Texts - Section 2: Guided Practice

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  Surviving Hurricane Sandy and After the Disaster Texts
  Surviving Hurricane Sandy and After the Disaster Texts
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Narrative vs. Formal Writing Styles

Unit 1: Argument Writing
Lesson 9 of 13

Objective: Students will analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the two approaches to communicating information about the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

Big Idea: Why Is One Approach Better Than Another? Are They Better Together?

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