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TWO SETS of posters define and provide examples for the 8 Elements of an Argument. Twenty-seven 8.5x11 PDF print-ready posters in total. Posters for each of the 8 terms below, which are defined with a practical example. Note: I updated the definitions/examples/color scheme and added the updated p
Are your students obsessed with Among Us like mine? This activity incorporates a game the students love and encourages the use of argumentative skills. The students are tasked with watching actual gameplay (there is no violence in the video) and using their skills to determine who is the imposter in
Getting ready to teach argumentative reading and writing? Not only will this unit introduction save you valuable time, but it will also cover the basic elements of an argument in a way that you can feel good about! This resource comes with everything you need - a presentation, guided sketch notes, a
This is a great one-week argument project for your students who have already worked on argument and are familiar with rhetorical devices and appeals. It is also a wonderfully hands-on (for them) and hands-off (for you!) project that fits the CCSS requirements for reading seminal documents. Hooray! S
Teaching argument is hard. Getting students to take effective notes on how to both write AND analyze an argument is even harder. This bundle will prove to be an invaluable resource in getting your students to a place where they feel comfortable identifying the key parts of an argument. You'll be pr
Teaching argument is hard. Getting students to take effective notes on how to both write AND evaluate an argument is even harder. This bundle will prove to be an invaluable resource in getting your students to a place where they feel comfortable articulating the key parts of an argument. You'll be
This notes presentation is a great way to introduce or review the elements of argument with students! I use it for both every year. The notes a great reference for students to use as they learn about the persuasive appeals (ethos, pathos, logos) and how to analyze and write argumentative essays. Thi
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
For Public Speaking / Speech Class Teaching the elements of Argument (claim, ethos, pathos, logos, and call to action) Includes rubric, Power Point with terms, supplemental activity, commercial and advertisement project, and quiz Other Argument Activities ⭐ Editorial Writing for High School -- Res
Simple Google Slides presentation on the most important elements of an argumentative essay.Use this with students before they begin writing, or during the writing process to ensure they've included what they need to make their arguments effective!
Quick Source to show students characteristics of Strong and Weak Arguments
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Not Grade Specific
This presentation will introduce the concept of ethos, pathos, and logos.
This activity allows students to analyze and mark up components in an argumentative text.
Elements of an ArgumentKinesthetic ReviewDirectionsDepending on how many students you have, print pairs. There are 9 terms and matching definitions, so 18 total cards. You can always repeat a few terms if you have more than 18 students.Mix up the cardsDistribute one card to each student and have the
Grades:
5th - 8th
A graphic organizer to chart the various elements of an argument.
Grades:
9th - 12th
This activity allows students to analyze and mark up components in an argumentative text.
A high school or college test based on Richard Rodriguez's essay, "Blaxicans" and how he uses elements of argument to get his points across. This test includes multiple choice questions as well as short answer, which forces students to explain and use textual evidence, a fill-in-the-blank and essay
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Have a student read an argumentative text and as he or she reads the various components of argument may be documented.
6th grade elements of an argument study guide
Grades:
6th
A simple informational sheet that explains each element of argumentative writing in a language students can understand.
Grades:
6th - 8th, Adult Education
Help your high school and advanced middle school students win their written arguments with these easy-to-follow essay writing materials. This bundle of interactive, step-by-step materials inspires even my most reluctant students to put pen to paper. Activities/handouts featuring modern design elemen
Argumentative Writing Unit: This argument writing unit includes everything you need to teach your middle and high school students about understanding nonfiction text and writing an argument essay. This resource includes an editable PowerPoint presentation for direct instruction and supplementary tea
This digital argument writing unit includes my traditional argument writing unit and my digital argument writing resource that works with Google Drive!The digital SMARTePlans version includes:- ePlan teacher instructions (GoogleDrive and Microsoft OneDrive) - a link to 15 slides of argument writing
Teaching how to cite text evidence for The Diary of Anne Frank can be difficult, but this argumentative essay writing lesson guides students through a step-by-step process of writing a 5 paragraph (or more) constructed response with text dependent analysis as support. This lesson can be used in clas
Over 160 slides and 100 Worksheets of formative argument and persuasive writing notes and activities. Students need so much more than basic graphic organizers and sample paragraphs to become good writers. These ppt lectures, student exercises, and unique instructional strategies will raise your stu

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