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Topic: ___________________________________________________________________________
Essential Question:_________________________________________________________________
Do Now:
Explain whether you would be convinced by the following argument. If you are convinced,
explain why, and if not, explain what would make the argument better:
Isabella should be class president; she is really nice, and really wants to help our school.
Because she is so nice, I really think you should vote for her for class president.
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Notes:
Elements of a Good Argument:
The ______________ is your statement about what you believe
The ______________ is the proof you have. This proof must come from a ______________
source, such as _____________________ or ____________________.
The ______________ is how you connect your Evidence with your Claim.
Example Claim-Evidence-Reasoning:
Sally has an awesome shot (claim)! She scored 24 points in the game last night. She was 8 for
11 with four threepointers. She was perfect from the line, making four out of four free throws
(evidence, several pieces). One reason shes so accurate is that she has really good form. She jumps
straight up, she extends her arms above her head, and she has really good follow-through. She also has
lots of arc on her shot, so if its not perfect it still has a chance to go in because it can bounce around on
the rim and fall through. Another thing Sally has going for her is that shes always really focused. The
crowd was so loud last night but Sally wasnt distracted by it. The player who guarded her was also
very rough and trash talked, trying to take Sally away from her game. Sally was still able to focus on

her game and really burned her [reasoningmany reasons]. I predicted that Sally would score 20
points because Ive seen her shoot before and knew she had a good shot. I was pretty close even though
she ended up scoring even more than I thought!
Write whether each is a good or bad example:
Fat and soap are both stuff, but they are different substances [________________ claim]. Fat is
used for cooking and soap is used for washing. They are both things we use everyday. The data table is
my evidence that they are different substances [________________ evidence]. Stuff can be different
substances if you have the right data to show it [________________ reasoning].
Fat and soap are different substances [____________ claim]. Fat is off-white and ivory is milky
white. Fat is soft squishy and soap is hard. Fat is soluble in oil, but soap is not soluble in oil. Soap is
soluble in water, but fat is not. Fat has a melting point of 47 C and soap has a melting point above
100 C. Fat has a density of 0.92 g/cm3 and soap has a density of 0.84 g/cm3 [__________ evidence].
These are all properties. Because fat and soap have different properties, I know they are different
substances. Different substances always have different properties [______________ reasoning].
Fat and soap are different substances [________________ claim]. Fat is off white and ivory is
milky white. Fat is soft squishy and soap is hard. Fat and soap have different solubility. Fat is soluble in
oil, but soap is not soluble in oil. Soap is soluble in water, but fat is not. Fat has a melting point of 47C
and soap has a melting point above 100C. Fat has a density of 0.92 g/cm3 and soap has a density of
0.84 g/cm3 [________________ evidence]. Because the color, hardness solubility, melting point, and
density are different, I know they are different substances [________________ reasoning].
Which of the above is the best? Write using Claim-Evidence-Reasoning format.
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Exit Ticket:
Look back at your answer to the Do Now. Do you still agree with your previous answer. If yes,
why, and if no, what would your new answer be?
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