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Strong Vs. Weak Evidence Formative

Unit 7: Accounts and Viewpoints and Bias, Oh My!
Lesson 12 of 32

Objective: SWBAT determine an author's argument and decide what evidence is strong and what is weak.

Big Idea: Author's include all types of evidence when they write. If we want to believe them or agree with their position, we need to spot the strong and weak evidence.

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English / Language Arts, Writing, argument (Composition), evidence, supporting evidence
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