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Let's Write! Day 3 -

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Amelia Merwin

on 12 February 2015

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Transcript of Let's Write! Day 3 -

Let's Write! Day 3 -
Claims and Conclusion

Do Now - Wednesday, February 11, 2015
1. What is a claim?


2. What does "background information" mean?


3. What is a conclusion?



PAGE 9
(Introduction)
-Includes relevant
background information
to hook the reader and help them understand the time period.

-Gives your opinion, tells the reader what
broad topics
they will be reading about.
EXIT TICKET
Name
Name
Image Analysis
How does the bread in this image represent your
claim
and
conclusion
?
1. What is a claim?
Your opinion, your essay's point of view
Example: The Crusades transformed Europe the most because of...
2. What does "background information" mean?
Information your reader needs to know about history to be interested in your essay.
3. What is a conclusion?
A final decision reached by reasoning and logic.



Today's Learning Objectives
1) SWBAT construct an argumentative
claim
introducing their opinion, including relevant background information.

2) SWBAT construct a
conclusion
statement that summarizes the main ideas of their essay, including their topic's historical significance.
CLAIM - "Chicken foot" diagram -
PAGE 9
Pass Back Work
PAGE 12
(Conclusion)
Criteria for Success
-Sums up what the readers has learned
(restate your
claim
!)

-Why is your topic significant overall?
Have Page 11 open to receive credit! :)
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