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Argument of Judgment

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Amanda Luce

on 3 December 2012

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Transcript of Argument of Judgment

By Amanda Luce & Bonnie Hager Argument of Judgment Common Core State Standards W.9-10.1. Write arguments to support claims in an analysis of substantive topics and texts, using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence. Learning Targets Day 1 Entry Task:
Describe your best friend. Why are they your best friend? What makes him/her a good friend? How are you a good friend in return? Teaching Timeline Entry Task: Have you ever been friends with someone who turned out to be a bad friend? Why were they a bad a friend? L.9-10.1. Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing and speaking. R.9-10.1. Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the texts. I can write an argument of judgment supported by logical reasoning based on set criteria. Vocabulary
1. Criteria
2. Judgment
3. Evaluate
4. Textual Evidence
5. Evidence
6. Fact
7. Claim/Conclusion
8. Warrant I can set criteria, and form a reasonable judgment based on set criteria. I can analyze a topic from a text, and form evidence and a judgment for an argumentative essay based on set criteria I can use standard English conventions when writing or speaking Modeling writing by annotating The Essential Question How do you argue effectively? Setting Criteria What qualities make a good friend? Day 2 Read "I See You There..." Read "I See You There..." again Evaluating characters Based on the criteria set evaluate one of the characters in "I See You There..." Write a simple argument of judgment Day 3 Model how to write a simple argument of judgment Set Criteria:
What behaviors and characteristics make a bully? Read "The Fan Club" Day 4 Assign essay
Annotate a sample essay "The Fan Club" Pop quiz! Read "The Fan Club" again & evaluate the characters. Homework Write argument of judgment essay Day 5 Essay revision day! Day 6 Turn in final essays Judgment Day Assessment of student's essays
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