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A refutation requires a lot of thinking and a lot of writing. How can we deal with such a big chunk of the outline? How do we make the idea clear to the teacher, to the student, and to the audience?
The Refutation in a persuasive essay is really a mini-essay within the whole persuasive essay. Its length makes it hard to learn and hard to teach. It includes its own thesis statement, main reasons and explanations, plus a summary paragraph. Find out where to get all this information and which ideas make the best refutation. Learn how all this information should look in the arrangement worksheet, in the outline, and in the essay.
After we discuss how to create a Level I refutation, we will discuss how to prepare the lesson, how to teach it, and how to assess your students’ work.
Join us in this webinar to learn tips that will make teaching your Refutation lessons more efficient and more effective.
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