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Reading An Argument

Reading An Argument. 

Students can use questioning to analyze an argument. 
The following are some examples of the types of questions a teacher may ask
while modeling the process of reading through an argument. 
(Students can record the following on sticky notes or on a graphic organizer).

1.  Before You Read
               What does the title suggest?  
               Who is the author and what are his or her qualifications?
               What is the date of the publication?
               What do I already know about the issue?
2.  While You Read
               Read once for an initial impression.
               Read the argument several times.
               Annotate as you read.  (See below)
               Highlight key terms.
               Is there enough of the right kind of evidence to support the claim?

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