Formulating Arguments in Areas of Interest - ELA - Level 1

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Students working to become power users on Youth Voices compose arguments to support the claims they make about significant topics or texts.

These tasks take students through a process of generating text, receiving feedback, adding transcriptions and citations from research, proofreading, and publishing. The students use valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence when writing their aguments.

This process of engaged, sourced composing, revision, and publication models what it means to be a scholar in any discipline or a professional in a career.

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Students working to become power users on Youth Voices compose arguments to support the claims they make about significant topics or texts.

These tasks take students through a process of generating text, receiving feedback, adding transcriptions and citations from research, proofreading, and publishing. The students use valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence when writing their aguments.

This process of engaged, sourced composing, revision, and publication models what it means to be a scholar in any discipline or a professional in a career.

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