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Evaluating Arguments & Rhetoric Unit: Finding Fallacies & Propaganda
Want an engaging 2-week unit to make your students far more precise, critical readers of nonfiction? Ready to tiptoe past the boring basics of argument and delve into the positive and negative writing techniques that real authors and speakers use?This unit has been a big hit with my students for the
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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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Earth Day Activity - Evaluating an Argument -  Supports Common Core!
Evaluating an Argument - Critical reading for Earth Day or anytime. PowerPoint slides helps students understand how to evaluate an argument, a critical reading skill. Students learn that evaluate means to judge a selection by looking for the author's main point, whether it is supported by evidence

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Evaluating an Argument
This two page graphic organizer is a great way to help students determine a writer's argument and evaluate if the argument is strong and well supported or weak and lacking support. It can be used with ANY argumentative/persuasive text. It walks students step by step through an essay or article, all
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Evaluating an Argument
This product is aligned to the standard RI.6.8 (evaluating an argument). I have used this in my classroom after teaching the main points of an argument essay, and almost at completion when students are aware of the set-up of an argumentative essay. There are three different pieces to this product
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Titanic:  Writing and Evaluating Arguments
This document includes two writing tasks. Both involve writing and evaluating arguments using the nonfiction account of the sinking of the RMS Titanic, A Night to Remember by Walter Lord. Both tasks use citations from the text as support. Thirty plus citations are included that could be used in b
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Evaluating Argumentative Text Mini-Unit
**Updated to include new link in Lesson 1.** Teach your students to analyze and evaluate persuasive arguments in this mini-unit! As students read several articles about the debate on killing barred owls to save spotted owls, students will learn to identify and trace the central argument, claims, s
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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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Common Core: Evaluating an Argument
This lesson plan contains: Directions, Warm-up, Word Study, Articles, Questions and Writing Activity.
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Evaluating Arguments in Text Printable Worksheet, Grade 6
This Worksheet Includes: * Practice questions to help students master Evaluating Arguments in Text * Detailed Answer explanations for every question Plus access to Online Resources which include: * Additional practice questions * Instructional videos and mobile apps related to the learning objectiv
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Evaluating the Argument (Developed specifically for the Common Core)
• The "Evaluating the Argument" template can be used on any editorial or argumentative piece! It will challenge your students to think critically and deeply about what they're reading!• This can become a weekly activity or assignment! Simply search the web for any editorial; I like to use the "Ne
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Evaluating Arguments
I used this powerpoint to introduce the concept of evaluating arguments and lead a discussion on the "guts" of developing an argument. While you can strictly use the resource as notes, it also works very well to get students talking and sharing real-life examples that connect to the standard. :)
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Evaluating an Argument
This simple PowerPoint was designed to be used as printed notes for 8th grade students, but can be used in grades 6-12. Students should already be aware of how to find claims, evidence, and warrants in a text before attempting this step of evaluating.
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Tracing and Evaluating an Argument - Seventh Grade - Playlist and Teaching Notes
Would you like to see more of Wisewire’s educational resources in your school? Help your administrator register your school to get started (it’s easy and free). Earn a $50 coupon while you’re at it (available to use in the Wisewire Marketplace). Register Your SchoolStudents explore standard RI.7.8 w
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Engage Your Student! Augmented Reality 6th Grade English - Evaluating Arguments
Augmented Reality for 6th Grade English Common Core aligned (flexible enough for non-core curriculum) Evaluating Arguments. Includes 1 worksheet and answer key, along with easy to follow directions on how to access each unique Augmented Reality worksheet. At the bottom of each worksheet is a distin
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7th Grade Evaluating Arguments CCSS Assessment
This is a 20 question multiple choice CCSS Assessment that measures student mastery of the following standards: RI.7.8: Trace and evaluate the argument and specific claims in a text, assessing whether the reasoning is sound and the evidence is relevant and sufficient to support the claims. RI.7.6:
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Tracing and Evaluating an Argument - Sixth Grade - Playlist and Teaching Notes
Would you like to see more of Wisewire’s educational resources in your school? Help your administrator register your school to get started (it’s easy and free). Earn a $50 coupon while you’re at it (available to use in the Wisewire Marketplace). Register Your SchoolOur playlists are “no prep” Common
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Grades 6-8 Delineate and Evaluate Arguments and Specific Claims
6th-8th Grade Mini Assessment and Extended Response Performance Task Students will write an argumentative essay to justify their claim—Does the author provide sufficient evidence to support the inference... This includes the following items: Authentic text for analysis Multiple choice questions f
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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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Tracing and Evaluating and Argument: Should we Eat Insects?
Think eating bugs sounds disgusting? Your students will too, that is, until they learn more about the practice of entomophagy, or eating insects! This lesson includes several articles on the practice of eating insects and examines the question, "Should insects become a regular part of the human diet
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Tracing and Evaluating an Argument: Should the Driving Age Be Raised
Students will utliize articles from the NY Times that consider the possibility of raising the driving age. Students will examine methods used by authors to support their claims. Students will use graphic organizers to help them trace the arguments, as well as to aid them in write objective summari
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Evaluating Arguments: How Does the Internet Affect Our Intelligence?
These questions correspond to Nicholas Carr's "Does the Internet Make You Dumber?" http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052748704025304575284981644790098 and Clay Shirky's "Does the Internet Make You Smarter?" http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052748704025304575284973472694334 The questions wo
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Reading and Evaluating Arguments
This PPT is adapted from material in "Everything's an Argument" and includes: elements of an argument types of argument evaluating an argument and errors in logical reasoning
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8th Grade CCSS Evaluating Arguments Assessment Bundle RI.8
This product is an excellent tool to utilize while teaching your 8th graders how to properly evaluate arguments. The bundle includes test times that follow the following formats: -3 Constructed Response Items (Rubric Included) -3 Multiple Response Items -25 Multiple Choice Items The bundle assesse
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