Results for “Argument”
A Cycle of Discussion and Inquiry
Journalism and Argument Writing
An Evolving Writing Classroom
Amplifying Student Voices
Measuring Civic Writing: The Development and Validation of the Civically Engaged Writing Analysis Continuum
Teaching Informed Argument for Solution-Oriented Citizenship
In Common: Effective Writing for All Students; A Collection of K-12 Argument/Opinion Writing Samples
Creating Multimedia Persuasive Commentaries: Adaptable Resources from Let’s Talk About Election 2020
Modernizing the Old School Essay
Should We Teach the Five-Paragraph Essay?
Considering the 5-Paragraph Essay
Writing Essays by Formula Teaches Students How Not to Think
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