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Argumentative academic vocabulary list

An extensive list of academic vocabulary that is related to argumentation and writing.


Lesson 2 graphic organizer: What do I already know?

This student-facing graphic organizer helps students narrow their position and support on their chosen topic.


Argumentation with integrity: Lesson 1 presentation

This student-facing presentation guides students through processes designed to aid them in choosing and refining a...


Argumentation writing process checklist

A student-facing checklist to aid students in self-monitoring their writing process.


Lesson 2 worksheet: Thesis or claim

This worksheet walks students through distinguishing characteristics of thesis and claim statements.


Anticipation guide presentation

This student-facing presentation asks students to respond to ideas that are foundational to argumentation.