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Learners will actively participate in analyzing what makes a strong written argument and will write a complete, thought-out argument paragraph. Learners will utilize the provided paragraph template and other resources provided by the instructor to craft a quality argument. By the end of this one time class, students will be exposed to high level argument writing structure that is broken down into simplified steps as well as the basics of MLA citation. Learners will also complete one...
This class is taught in English.
Learners will... • Analyze what elements make a strong claim. • Write an argument paragraph that includes a hook, claim, evidence, analysis, and sense of conclusion.
Homework is not assigned for this class. Learners may want to revise their hook for their paragraph following class as that can be the most challenging to create on the spot. However guidance is provided to create an intriguing opening that catches readers' attention. The argument essay course builds on the foundation of this one time class and is encouraged for students that would like to further advance their argument writing skills. Please like my profile to be notified of upcoming classes.
Learners will benefit from being prepared with the following for class: 1. Access to Google Docs If a student has access to Google Docs, teacher provided resources can be shared via a link in chat during class in addition to being shared on the screen. Some learners may prefer to handwrite their paragraphs, while others will prefer to type. Depending on the level of typing skills, learners may find it easier to make adjustments to their writing as they go using Google Docs. 2. Paper and pencil handy
A rubric is used to assess student work.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Brenna Christiansen, M.Ed.
Let's practice and develop important skills through engaging, high quality learning experiences!
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Let's learn and discover through creating, exploring ideas, and sharing with others! I enjoy creating meaningful learning environments where participants gain important skills through high quality learning experiences. Learners will practice...