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argument writing

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erika steinger

on 5 May 2015

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Transcript of argument writing

argument writing
Argument
creating an argument
Argument
opposing arguments
Conclusion
Do Now
Take a copy of the article from the front of the room
Copy down the EQ and the word of the day
Answer the following question in your notes
Do you think that the government should have the power to make vaccines mandatory for children? Explain your reasoning.
Monday, May 4th
Vaccines
During Reading
Annotate each text by underlining the claim(s) and the most compelling evidence
focus question
Which rhetorical appeal does each article use?What is the purpose, and is it effective?
Which claim has the most evidence?
Which claim's evidence is more convincing?
Some may argue that...
For example...
This means that...
However, ...
Therefore, ...
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