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Real Testimonial: "Wow. I actually kinda had fun doing this." -A student I've been trying to engage in both ELA and Debate.
What is It: Add some movement to your lesson with our claims, reasons, and evidence task cards. Often, we ask students to identify CRE from articles and long works before they are actually ready to sort through the information. This activity limits student choice so that they can really focus on the elements that make up claims, reasons, and evidence.
Plus, the chart is blank so that your students can use it while reading a different article (once they've mastered these task cards, of course!).
Ideas for Use: We’ve used this in a debate class right after students have been taught the parts of an argument. We’ve also used it in our ELA classes to kick off our argument unit.