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Rachel West

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Learn: Parts of an Argument

1. Watch πŸ‘€ the video. 2. Complete the note sheet with definitions. πŸ“ 3. Create your own example πŸ’­ of each piece of an argument. DO NOT copy the video's examples! 4. to submit a of your completed note sheet. This should be close enough for me to read πŸ“š the text! Great! You're done!

9th Grade, 10th Grade, English Language Learners, English Language Arts
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Intro to CCSS Writing 9&10.1: argument writing My Note sheet was three column sheet: Column 1 = word, Column 2 = definition from video, Column 3 = own example of each. This could easily be done digitally or in a template. Video credit: https://youtu.be/5ZFIL-A6r08