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AW 9/28

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erika steinger

on 29 September 2015

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AW 9/28
The Case
Read the story
What are the possible sides?
vs.
Taking a Stance
Putting it Together
Taking a Stance
Conclusion
Do Now
Copy down the Lesson EQ
Respond to the following question, making a list in your notebook:
What are some things that a detective must do to solve a case?

Monday, September 28th
Making Claims
What point are you trying to make?
State your points as facts
The upright glass proves he was tripped because...
Turn your evidence into claims
Charting the Evidence
Solving a Case
Look for proof
Analyze evidence
Talk to witnesses
Expert testimony
Research
Gathering Evidence
Evidence:
slip trip
stop and JOt
When creating an argument, what is the best way to determine the side that you will take?
Stronger evidence
What makes evidence "strong"?
More evidence
A refutable counterclaim
go with the side that has...
Claim:
an assertion of the truth
facts or information indicating whether something is true or valid
Facts/Statistics
Quotes
Laws
Maps/charts/graphs
Witness or expert testimony
Examples
argumentative essay
Use your notes and our discussion to write a 5-paragraph argumentative essay
Prompt:
Did the victim slip or trip?
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