Building Blocks of an Argument


Building Blocks of an Argument

Pinned By - Emily Ostermeyer
When evaluating the strength of an argument, students are often told to examine the supporting details. The challenge with this directive is that m…


DESCRIPTION:

When evaluating the strength of an argument, students are often told to examine the supporting details. The challenge with this directive is that many students are unclear what supporting details really look like. This chart serves as a visual to help students see six specific ways that an author might use to support an argument. This helps students to hone in and look for specific elements within text.

Grade(s): 6

Subject(s): ELA

Standard(s): RI.6.8

OVERVIEW:

Building Blocks of an Argument is a educational Infographics - By Emily Ostermeyer.It helps students in grades 6 practice the following standards RI.6.8.

This page not only allows students and teachers to get information about the book but also find engaging Sample Questions, Videos, Pins, Worksheets, Apps related to the following topics.

1. RI.6.8 : Trace and evaluate the argument and specific claims in a text, distinguishing claims that are supported by reasons and evidence from claims that are not..