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Argument Pillar- Taking Sides Argue whether you agree or disagree that Lincoln was able to self-identify with his new environment and culture? Explain why!. Claim/Position What position d o you take? Agree or Disagree, what are your 3 reasons?. Reason # 1:

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Claim position what position d o you take agree or disagree what are your 3 reasons

Argument Pillar- Taking SidesArgue whether you agree or disagree that Lincoln was able to self-identify with his new environment and culture? Explain why!

Claim/Position

What position do you take? Agree or Disagree, what are your 3 reasons?

Reason # 1:

1st reason why you agree or disagree

Reason # 2:

2nd reason why you agree or disagree

Reason # 3:

3rd reason why you agree or disagree

Conclusion:

Restate your main points—use strategies learned about conclusions


Taking sides embedded assessment rubric breakdown

Taking SidesEmbedded Assessment Rubric Breakdown

  • Purpose/Organization—4 pts.

    • Introduce claim clearly and state 3 reasons

    • Effective introduction and conclusion

    • Has topic sentence.

    • There are distinct body paragraphs that do not overlap

    • Transitions are used to clarify the relationship

    • Ideas are sequenced and strong

  • Evidence/Elaboration—4 pts.

  • Thorough and convincing support/evidence for the claim

  • Evidence from the text is clear and supports the ideas.

  • There is an analysis that explains how the evidence supports your reasons

  • Effective use of elaborative techniques (can draw on own experiences if applies)

  • Vocabulary is clear and appropriate to audidence

  • Conventions—2 pts.

  • Proof of planning, drafting, editing and revising, and publishing

    • Adequate use of correct formation, punctuation, capitalization, grammar usage, and spelling


Argument writing pillar model

Argument Writing Pillar--Model

Claim/Position

Students will benefit from learning at a young age.

Conclusion

As a result, learning at a young age will increase student’s chances of future success because learning math and reading skills at a young age will help people make more money later in life, will support people in getting great jobs, and they will have better housing.

DIRECTIONS FOR YOUR ASSIGNMENT:

Read the article, Stalking the Stars. Argue the following question--Should there be stricter laws for paparazzi? Choose a claim/position then complete the argument pillar, find one reason and explain using 3 examples of evidence from the text! Use this model and what you have learned about argument writing to help! Finished? Complete the exit slip then move on to the MLK extension or work on Graphic Organizers from yesterday!


Editing and revising review

Editing and Revising/Review

  • Once completed with your rough draft you must edit your work

  • Grab a check list and editing pen and begin editing

  • Be sure to follow ALL STEPS

  • If you do not have one of the steps, YOU MUST ADD IT TO YOUR PAPER!

  • There must be corrections on your rough draft, there are NO PERFECT FIRST DRAFTS!!

  • Be sure you have completed the entire check list and given proof of edits

  • Finished? Trade your paper with a peer and sit together to peer edit/revise your writing

  • Use the check list to guide you, discuss ways to improve your essay.

Finished? Complete the Extension/Enrichment Opportunities for Extra Credit.

**5-10 minutes for your cover pages!

*Only 100% effort will be accepted!


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