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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
Simple to use KIM Chart for your students. Will work for 5 and 7th grade as well. Includes the following words: argument counter-argument claim evidence reasoning trace evaluate relevant irrel
Our playlists are “no prep” Common Core aligned lessons designed for small group work, homework, remediation, or extension around a single standard. This content-rich multimedia lesson integrates original instruction with web-based resources to guide students through the rigors of the aligned standa
Students will delve into this topic, reading numerous articles. Students will use included graphic organizers to identify the author's claim, find examples of the evidence they use to support their claims, find the counter claims and rebuttals, as well as evaluate strong and weak arguments. Student
Help you high school students trace an author's argument and analyze the rhetoric and structure used in developing an effective argument. Five day lesson includes reproducible text and PowerPoint presentation that includes:Daily bell ringer reviewing grammar conventions found on FSA (teacher model,
This is a template that can be used with any argumentative article in guided reading. The lesson has students trace an author's claim and then disagree or agree with the author. Great way to introduce argumentative texts!
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
Use this simple graphic organizer while reading argumentative or persuasive writing for students to trace the argument with a claim/thesis, reasons, and evidence. You can also use it as a graphic organizer for argumentative writing for students to outline their essays before writing using claim/the
The worksheet helps your students organize an argument and find evidence to support the writer's claim.
Determining the main idea and key details of an expository text is an important skill because it helps students remember important information as they read. Further, as students master this skill, they should also appreciate that the bulk of the informational text is made of key details that support
Use short film clips to evaluate argument and specific claims - assessing valid, relevant and sufficient evidence and reasoning (common core ELA standard #8) in secondary reading informational texts (Printable & Digital) - Includes lesson plans, student handouts, PowerPoint, Google Doc, Google S
An important skill to address with the Common Core Standards is having students trace and evaluate specific claims in a text and distinguish between claims that are supported by reasons and evidence and claims that are not. This interactive Smartboard lesson explains persuasion, persuasive writing,
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
Students will look at an excerpt recommended by Appendix B; Churchill, Winston. “Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat: Address to Parliament on May 13th, 1940.” Lend Me Your Ears: Great Speeches in History, 3rd Edition. Edited by William Safire. New York: W. W. Norton, 2004. (1940). Stude
This product contains several CCSS assessment items that assess student mastery of the following standards: RI.6.6: Determine an author's point of view or purpose in a text and explain how it is conveyed in the text. RI.6.8: Trace and evaluate the argument and specific claims in a text, distinguis
Nature and Environment PBL Activities - 5 Third Grade Life Science Hands-On PBLs These are 5 NGSS-aligned problem-based learning activities for young scientists in grade 3 (but also appropriate for students in grades 2 and 4) Students, with the help of peers and their teacher, design investigations
This can be used as a Pre-Assessment or Post-Assessment to see how proficient students are at analyzing informational text. Articles at are excellent resources to use with this handout. I used the article "Cellphones in Schools: Does Safety Outweigh Distraction?" Includes a Rubric!
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
With this assignment students become doctors. They must dissect an author's document to identify their claim, reasons, and evidence. They must then assess the argument to determine if the reasons are valid, the evidence is relevant, and the sources are credible. This resource can be used with any ar
This is just the product you have been looking for! The first part of this product contains a table of 15 argument writing vocabulary terms, including proponent, trace, statistics, claim, evidence, relevant, counterargue, opponent, refute, and more. Students have space to define each term. Then, stu
An interactive project for the study of countries. Students will explore a country through the analysis of primary and secondary source materials as they create a presentation to share information about a country's geography, economy, government, and culture. Included: --Teacher Handbook --Student
Identify claims, evidence and argument using song lyrics and music videos (Printable & Digital). Lesson Plan, student handouts, PowerPoint slides, Answer Key, Rubrics, Google Doc, Google Slide for no prep distance learning or Google Classroom activities.Students identify argument, claims, and re
This organizer will allow students to trace an authors argument by examining the claim, counter-claim, reasoning and supporting evidence.
What could be more fun than tracing your friends body and then drawing one of the 6 NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards) body systems inside the tracing. Six body systems are required for understanding at the middle school level in life sciences and then expounded on in high school. During high

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