Students love to see writing of their peers - Section 2: Evaluate teenage writer editorials

  Students love to see writing of their peers
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Argument: What is it about these Editorials that Makes them Winners?

Unit 15: Writer's Workshop Google Doc Style: Writing an Editorial
Lesson 8 of 9

Objective: SWBAT analyze how an author's claims are developed by reading and evaluating contest winning editorials.

Big Idea: What takes an editorial from "good" to "wow"?

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