What elements make up a successful argument? A helpful resource describes aspects of an argument such as the claim, evidence, counterargument, and audience. Perfect as an individual assignment for a flipped lesson or collaborative work, the resource communicates elements writers need to make their argumentative essays convincing.
- Provide a model argument to readers and have them identify each part of the argument according to the handout
- Pair the handout with a reading strategy designed to have pupils identify the main idea and supporting points
- Resource does not address how each part of an argument interacts with one another; it only looks at parts in isolation
- Material within resource provides real-life examples