Article B: Before Reading (Partner Work)
2. Before Reading
a. Skim and scan the text and highlight unfamiliar words
b. Use context clues to determine each word's meaning
c. Use other resources (dictionary, peer) to determine the meaning
d. Write a synonym or clue next to the word that will help you understand the word as you read.
Article B: During Reading
2. Turn to your partner after each chunk to paraphrase the text.
Article B: After Reading
2. Reread the text if necessary.
3. Brainstorm other reasons and/or evidence that might strengthen either side of the argument.
4. Add your suggestions to this document.
SHOW YOUR WORK TO MRS. GOULDING BEFORE MOVING ON!
Article C: Get a hard copy of the article from Mrs. Goulding's desk!
Article C: Before Reading (Independent)
Article C: During Reading (Independent)
2. Mark the text for the reasons (R) and evidence (E) provided for both sides of the argument.
3. Paraphrase after each section.
Article C: After Reading (Independent)
2. Submit on google classroom.
Writing Prompt: Putting it All Together (Independent)
1. Create a google doc in your Argument folder
2. Freewrite: Should youths be banned from participating in sports such as dodgeball, cheerleading, and football?
3. Your opinion, reasons and evidence will be used when we hold a Philosophical Debate next week!
2. Read over the directions of a Philosophical Debate
3. Go through your documents and prepare your opinion (claim, reasons, evidence)
4. You may want to print any documents that will help you participate in the debate!
Possible Questions for Debate:
1. Should youths be banned from dodgeball? Cheerleading? Football?
2. What age would be appropriate IF these sports were allowed?
3. Should youths be banned from participating in these sports: dodgeball, cheerleading and football?