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Role Model Mini-Project

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Rose Parsons

on 10 January 2015

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Transcript of Role Model Mini-Project

Step 2
: Think of
3 "What I Know" statements
about your role model.
For each statement you know, provide 2 lines of evidence
supporting what you already know directly from your resources.

Michael Jordan is one of the best basketball players of all time.
1. First Resource: "Jordan finished his career with 32,292 points, his career average 30.12 ppg is the best in NBA history."
2. Second Resource: "In April 2009, Jordan received one of basketball's greatest honors: He was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame."
Step 3
: Find a partner that does not have the same role model as you. Together, you will create your own thesis sentence using any of the templates I have provided. Together, you will write the final culminating essay and present it using "Google Presentation".
1. Compare and Contrast
2. Google Protestation Slides
Friday, January 9, 2015

Complete the following sentence frame:

Providing evidence to support my claim
allows me to...
Role Model Mini-Project
Step 1
: Find 3 resources about the role model you chose. This may include online resources, books, magazines, and newspapers. Write your resources on a sheet of binder paper or send them via Google Classroom.
What is a thesis sentence?

A thesis sentence is a sentence in the introduction that tells the reader what the topic or argument of the essay is.
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