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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. add to submit a photo 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