This guide to argumentative writing explains the structural steps students should follow to right excellent thesis essays. The step by step guide helps students distinguish between evidence and analysis. The guide also proposes a question prompt for the Aldous Huxley's Brave New World.
Students can use this sheet for both learning, one-to-one writing conferences, and peer review. The lesson is modifiable to fit other thesis essay prompts for social studies, english, and/or humanities classes.
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