You can easily adapt this idea to a variety of arguments. Create a new argument with each part mixed up, for instance!
This is a quick warm-up for students to practice with identifying the four parts of an argument:
(Claim + Reason = Thesis Statement)
This is to be used after the four essential parts of an argument have been explained.
This resource should be utilized as a formative assessment for the teacher and the students, to see which parts students are struggling to understand, or to reaffirm understanding.
Likewise, this is a way for students to understand the 4 essential parts of an argument in a more practical form.
Students should re-write each part, because it will help them to more effectively integrate the way that each part should sound, into their understanding.