The Why Why Why Game: Practice with the Argument

The Why Why Why Game: Practice with the Argument
The Why Why Why Game: Practice with the Argument
The Why Why Why Game: Practice with the Argument
The Why Why Why Game: Practice with the Argument
The Why Why Why Game: Practice with the Argument
The Why Why Why Game: Practice with the Argument
The Why Why Why Game: Practice with the Argument
The Why Why Why Game: Practice with the Argument
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  1. When you read a student's well-formulated argument, you want to ring a bell or run and tell someone. To teach young minds (who will pay your Social Security some day) to articulate with passion, persuasion, original thought, and carefully chosen stylistic devices is the ultimate teaching achievement
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A quick, engaging and fun activity elicits students' critical thinking skills to practice making claims, using data and establishing warrants to support arguments.

It is a role-play, a pair and share, then a critical thinking discussion using quotations from Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson. The quotes can easily turn into persuasive writing prompts.

Tags: higher order thinking, Common Core, Transcendentalism
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