Middle School Handouts: Flaming HOT Ideas for Moving from Persuasion to Argument
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What the shift to argument is and what it encompasses;
Definition and characteristics of persuasion and argument;
Types of evidence used in argument;
Suggestions for student activities;
Characteristics of a strong claim, Claim Template and Types of Claims;
Using a Board Meeting video to evaluate arguments;
Reading & Writing Standards that support argument;
How to support a claim;
How to write a good conclusion and types of conclusions; and
Process for implementation—instructional sequence.
Your audience will leave this training session with a deeper understanding of how to teach students the differences between persuasion and argument and shows them the importance of need vs. want. Look for the PowerPoint presentation that supports this package.
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