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Template:CCSS ELA Literacy W9-10.1 I Can

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Write arguments to support claims in an analysis of substantive topics or texts, using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence.

  • I can analyze substantive (influential) topics or texts to determine an argument that causes or has caused debate in society. (K)
  • I can choose a side of the argument and identify claims that support my choice and claims that oppose my choice. (R)
  • I can determine the credibility of a source (who wrote it, when it was written, and why it was written) and the accuracy of the details presented in the source. (R)
  • I can support my claims and counterclaims by pointing out the strengths and limitations of both with textual evidence found in credible sources. (R)
  • I can present my argument in a formal style that includes an introduction, supporting details with transitions that create cohesion and clarify relationships, and provide a concluding statement/section that supports my argument. (P)