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Argument vs. Evidence

This page curates my online resources for teaching students how to use “Argument vs. Evidence, Steps 1-6” to write more clearly.  The TLC Blog posts explain the steps, and you can find the needed materials in the Download Zone.

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Step 1: Given a list of statements, distinguish the arguments from examples of evidence.

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Step 1 materials in the Download Zone:

 

Step 2: Given a list of statements, identify arguments and their relevant evidence.

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Step 2 materials in the Download Zone:

 

Step 2.5: Given arguments, select the most relevant evidence to support them.

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Step 3: Given arguments, support them with your own relevant evidence and explanation.

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Step 3 materials in the Download Zone:

 

Step 4: Given questions, answer them with arguments and relevant evidence and explanation.

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Step 4 materials in the Download Zone:

 

Step 5: Generate your own questions that warrant research and debate.

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Step 6: Generate your own questions, then research and build arguments supported with evidence and explanation.

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