CCSS Argumentative Writing - Cell Phone Use in Classrooms

CCSS Argumentative Writing - Cell Phone Use in Classrooms
CCSS Argumentative Writing - Cell Phone Use in Classrooms
CCSS Argumentative Writing - Cell Phone Use in Classrooms
CCSS Argumentative Writing - Cell Phone Use in Classrooms
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This file includes three articles (one for, one against, and one neutral) with information regarding cell phone use in schools. Students will read through the articles and develop an argumentative essay using evidence from the articles.

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Passage #1: "Schools Give Mixed Signals on Cell Phone Use"
by Michael Puente
Two Pages

Passage #2: "Schools No Longer are No-Cell Phone Zones"
by Charlie Boss
Two Pages

Passage #4: "Mobile Phones are a Poison in our Schools, but Don't Blame Teachers - Blame the Parents!"
by Frances Childs
Two Pages

This is a Common Core based argumentative writing prompt with the goal of comparing arguments across texts, evaluating for counter claims, and writing a coherent essay on a real world situation.
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CCSS Argumentative Writing - Cell Phone Use in Classrooms
CCSS Argumentative Writing - Cell Phone Use in Classrooms
CCSS Argumentative Writing - Cell Phone Use in Classrooms
CCSS Argumentative Writing - Cell Phone Use in Classrooms