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Determining Claim. RI2. The Target. I can determine claims. I can determine claims, explain how they relate, and give 1-2 details showing development through the text. I can determine multiple claims, explain how they relate, and give 3+ details showing development through the text.

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the target
The Target
  • I can determine claims.
  • I can determine claims, explain how they relate, and give 1-2 details showing development through the text.
  • I can determine multiple claims, explain how they relate, and give 3+ details showing development through the text.
  • I can determine multiple claims, explain how they relate and give 3+ key details showing development through the text.
how do i find the claim
How Do I Find the Claim?
  • Look to the beginning and the end
  • Note the main idea of each paragraph
  • Look for differences in paragraphs
    • Do they support one another?
    • Build off each other?
    • Is there an outlier? Counter-claim?
detail versus claim
Detail versus Claim
  • Claims are typically opinions—they do not stand well alone
  • Details are typically fact-based or considered to be “truth”
    • Logos: logic or reason, such as facts or data
    • Ethos: authority, such as an expert’s opinion or a leader’s word
    • Pathos: emotion, an appeal to human feelings
  • Details prove claims
claims together
Claims Together
  • Multiple claims tend to help each other
    • Problem—Solution
    • Cause—Effect
  • Multiple claims can connect to more readers