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Textual Evidence Central Idea Summary Argument Claims Conflicting Info...BUNDLE
THIS WAS FREE FOR AN HOUR!If purchased separately, this would cost you $84.00. This bundle saves you $18.00. There are a few other freebies included that aren't mentioned here! This is the time to buy! This is an essential question and focus questions Thinking Map way to INTRODUCE ALL 8th grade lit
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Evaluating Arguments, Claims, Evidence: Killer Whales in Captivity Debate
Updated in 2017 as the debate continues (and killer whales continue to be captured and sold worldwide). Authentic, relevant, in-depth argument examination! Truly delves into both sides of this hotly debated issue by examining and analyzing multiple primary sources. Step-by-Step guided activity leads
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Argument / Claims Writing Rubrics - Common Core Standards
This collection includes the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade version of a detailed 4-point rubric that assesses three Common Core Standards: W.6/7/8.1 (Write and support an argument or claim) W.6/7/8.5 (Develop and strengthen writing) W.6/7/8.9 (Draw evidence from literary or informational texts) The rubr
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Essay Graphic Organizers Argumentative Claim Counterclaim
Argumentative Essay Graphic Organizers I use these with my students. It helps them organize their ideas and adheres to the common core standards for writing essays including counterclaims. Use one for both for differentiation. Common Core Standard: W.1 What you see is what you get. Enjoy!
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RI.8.8. - Developing and Evaluating an Author's Argument, Claims, and Evidence
This item is a Google Presentation (PDF) that helps teach the standard - RI.8.8. If you would like me to share the presentation with you, please message me once you've purchased the item. This item includes the following topics: *Standard Breakdown *Vocabulary Words (argument, claims, evidence, r
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Argument: Claim, Counterclaim, & Rebuttal PowerPoint Lesson
This lesson is an introduction to argument. Students are asked to plan out an appeal to a parent/guardian, asking to attend a party. By supporting their arguments with reasons, predicting why their parent(s) will say no, and creating responses to their parent(s) reasoning, students are unknowingly
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Wegener's Continental Drift Argument with Claim Evidence Reasoning
In this activity students recreate the argument Wegener used to support his theory of continental drift. Students create an interactive notebook foldable of notes and use this to create a C-E-R scientific argument with Claim, Evidence, and Reasoning.This NGSS aligned activity is used to support the

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Sound Waves Scientific Argument with  Claim Evidence Reasoning
This is a quick and simple hands on activity for students to investigate sound waves. The students make noisemakers out of different lengths of straws and investigate how the length of the straw affects the pitch. They gather data during the activity and then write a scientific argument with Clai

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Does Air Have Mass Scientific Argument with Claim Evidence Reasoning
This is a quick and simple hands on activity for students to investigate whether air has mass. The students gather data during the activity and then write a scientific argument with Claim, Evidence, and Reasoning. See my free activity for more information about writing a scientific argument. Inc

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Chemical Reactions Scientific Arguments with Claim Evidence Reasoning
This activity is an introduction to exothermic and endothermic reactions. Students investigate the reaction between baking soda and vinegar and measure the temperature as the substances react. As they add baking soda to the vinegar, the temperature goes down. Through an introductory reading stude

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Delineate and Evaluate Arguments and Claims & Assess Reasoning and Evidence
NEWLY UPDATED!!!This is an essential question and focus questions Thinking Map way to introduce and teach 8th grade informational text standard CCSS RI.8.8. Delineate and evaluate the argument and specific claims in a text, assessing whether the reasoning is sound and the evidence is relevant and su

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Condensation Water Cycle Scientific Argument with Claim Evidence Reasoning
This is a great simple activity when teaching about states of matter, the water cycle, or phase changes. This resource focuses on what causes condensation. Through a simple activity and focused reading, students write an argument to explain what is needed for condensation to form. This comes from

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Exercise and Heart Rate Scientific Argument with Claim Evidence Reasoning
This activity investigates the relationship between heart rate and exercise and students write a CER argument to explain this relationship. This can be used to teach about the circulatory system, cellular respiration, exercise and health, and homeostasis of the body. Students take their resting hear
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Prove It! Teach Students to use Evidence to Support Argument Claims
Teaching students to meet the Common Core’s expectations for argumentative writing can be a challenge. Teenagers seem very skilled at making claims (perhaps due to their natural inclination to having very strong opinions!?), but seem to struggle to find and use effective evidence to support those cl
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Heat Transfer Scientific Argument with Claim Evidence Reasoning
This activity can be used to introduce or reinforce learning about heat transfer, conduction, and thermal energy. This activity investigates how the amount of mass affects the amount of thermal energy by measuring how much heat is transferred between metal washers and water. The students first tra

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Convection Scientific Argument with Claim Evidence Reasoning
This activity has a major wow factor! Fire and floating ghosts make for a really fun activity to show how convection currents move through the air. This activity is a little different than my other scientific argument activities. Instead of starting with a question and a prediction, this activity

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Analyzing Argument Claims aligned with Common Core Standards
I have been following along with the MAISA units for writing, and I realized that my students weren't getting how to look at a claim and analyze it. That is why I created this two-day lesson. The beginning pages are claims about year-round schooling. Eight claims are for it and eight claims are a
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Trace an ARGUMENT and CLAIMS - Informational Reading Toolkit - RI.6.8
This product will help you to teach your sixth graders to trace an argument or claim and the reasons and evidence used to support it in informaitonal text. It includes: Lesson Planner with standard UNPACKED Anchor Chart(s) to guide lesson or for use as student handout/guide Student Activities to be
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Heroes vs. Villains Argument Claim Counterclaim Counterargument Activity
Students use a graphic organizer to practice creating argumentative claims, counterclaims, and counterarguments using heroes and villains of their choice from fairy tales, movies, comic strips, etc.
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Forming Argumentative Claims
One of the most difficult feats of teaching argumentative writing is getting students to master the art of writing claims. This product will help and is jam-packed with 20 slides that will capture your students' attention, engage them, and facilitate their ability to construct meaningful claims! Th
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Egg Osmosis Scientific Argument with Claim Evidence Reasoning
This is a great starting point activity to introduce osmosis and selectively permeable membranes when learning about the cell and cellular processes. To prepare for this activity, eggs are soaked overnight in vinegar to remove the shell leaving behind a “rubber egg” that is surrounded by a selecti
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Delineate and Evaluate Arguments and Claims & Assess Reasoning and Evidence
This was free for two hours!!! This is an engaging student-ready unit to practice with 6th, 7th, and 8th grade informational text standard CCSS RI.6.8, 7.8, and 8.8. 6.8: Trace and evaluate the argument and specific claims in a text, distinguishing claims that are supported by reasons and evidenc
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Toolkit of Reading: Argument, Claims, and Reasons
When reading persuasive texts, students need to understand the difference between arguments, claims, and reasons. The Argument, Claims, and Reasons lesson, for grades 4–8, will help your students learn that difference and the relationship between the elements of an argument. This lesson includes a d
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Weather Scientific Argument with Claim Evidence Reasoning
Is your class learning about weather and weather forecasts? This activity uses real data allowing students explore the relationship between atmospheric pressure and weather conditions. Students use real world data from online weather websites (or use the included data) to collect data. Students g

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