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lesson 1
1 hour

The Process of Drafting a Research –Based Argument


In this first lesson of the unit, students are introduced to the process of drafting a research-based argument paper. Students draft, revise, peer review, and edit this paper over the course of 12.3.2. Students learn how to develop their research-based argument paper from the evidence-based perspective they completed in the previous lesson, 12.3.1 Lesson 27. Students determine a central claim from their research frame and evidence-based perspective and begin to construct an outline for the research-based argument paper. To complete the outline, students develop an individualized process for organizing their supporting claims and evidence for each claim while providing reasoning to support each claim.


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