Textual Evidence to Argument Writing - A Hero or Villain Lesson **Common Core **

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Looking for a way new way for students to show their understanding of a person or character from a novel? This set has students look at one person and determine if they are a hero or a villain. They go from finding the evidence, making it visual through a poster, and then using the evidence to develop a clear claim and counter claim.

Use this set of graphic organizers and activities bring them from identifying textual evidence to writing a claim and counter claim.Included in this mini-unit are:

Brainstorming organizer
Citing Textual Evidence
Wanted Poster Activity (2 different ones)
Award Certificate Activity
Claim Graphic Organizer
Counter Claim Graphic Organizer

Use this as either the beginning introduction to writing claims and counter claims or use it as a jump start to a larger argument writing piece.
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3 hours

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Textual Evidence to Argument Writing - A Hero or Villain L
Textual Evidence to Argument Writing - A Hero or Villain L
Textual Evidence to Argument Writing - A Hero or Villain L
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