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Teaching argument is hard. Getting students to take effective notes on how to both write AND analyze an argument is even harder. This bundle will prove to be an invaluable resource in getting your students to a place where they feel comfortable identifying the key parts of an argument.
You'll be provided with student and teacher facing materials that outline the elements of argument, useful as a scaffold in both argument writing and argument evaluation.
Diction vs. Syntax
Types of Evidence
**Note: This resource is intended to be used as a scaffold or notecatcher for students to add to, revise, and edit over the course of an argument writing unit. While the answer key includes examples and intended responses, it is not a lesson plan**