But Why is THAT Important? Brainstorming by Finding Importance in Everyday Things

Unit 7: Opinions in Writing
Lesson 2 of 7

Objective: SWBAT brainstorm ideas for an essay by determining the importance of everyday experiences.

Big Idea: Sometimes the most meaningful ideas are based on experiences we take for granted or don't notice. Students discover that they can have very strong opinions about things that effect them now.

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