Lessons in Logic: Constructing Strong Arguments

With the Standards, students are required to provide valid and thorough arguments.

With the Standards, students are required to provide valid and thorough arguments. This workshop begins with a dive into the differences between argument and persuasion, and how it connects to the Standards. Participants will identify and discuss various logic and critical thinking errors students often make. All participants will walk away with new knowledge on how to effectively teach students to engage in critical thinking, and new strategies to employ in the classroom.

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Curriculum Specialists
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English/ELA Instructors

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