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Argument Writing Graphic Organizers-So You Think You Can Win?

Argument Writing Graphic Organizers-So You Think You Can Win?
Argument Writing Graphic Organizers-So You Think You Can Win?
Argument Writing Graphic Organizers-So You Think You Can Win?
Argument Writing Graphic Organizers-So You Think You Can Win?
Argument Writing Graphic Organizers-So You Think You Can Win?
Argument Writing Graphic Organizers-So You Think You Can Win?
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So You Think You Can Win provides 3 different levels to help teach argument writing to your students. The graphic organizers help students build upon the skills necessary to write an effective argument paper. The three levels can be edited to fit your class, and expectations.

The first set of graphic organizers focuses on using a specific text or article for the students to use to write their argument on. All levels are based on the students creating 1 paragraph; however they can easily be adapted to be multiple paragraphs.

Beginner A- Focuses on teaching claim and finding one piece of evidence to back it up.

Intermediate A- Focuses on teaching claim with multiple pieces of evidence to back it up.

Advanced A- Focuses on teaching claim with multiple pieces of evidence, as well as counterclaim and rebuttal.

The second set of graphic organizers focuses on students creating a multi-paragraph argument paper.

Beginner B - a 3 Paragraph Paper focusing on:
1)Developing an introduction with a claim and 1 supporting reason
2)A body paragraph that supports the claim with 1 piece of evidence
3)A conclusion paragraph

Intermediate B - a 4 Paragraph Paper focusing on:
1)Developing an introduction with a claim and 2 supporting reasons
2)2 body paragraphs that support the claim with 2 pieces of evidence each
3)A conclusion paragraph

Advanced B - a 5 Paragraph Paper focusing on:
1)Developing an introduction with a claim and 2 supporting reasons
2)2 body paragraphs that support the claim with 3 pieces of evidence each
3)A Counterclaim and rebuttal paragraph
4)A conclusion paragraph

The worksheets can be done as a whole class, or use the levels to differentiate to the different abilities in your class.

One of the hardest things for students can be trying to find good evidence to back up their claim. Use the Fact, Judgment, and Opinion Argument Writing Checklist to help students evaluate their evidence before they begin writing their argument essay.
Total Pages
23 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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