In Module 6 students will continue to build on skills learned in previous modules and will be introduced to the formal argumentation needed for both Task 2 and Part B of the final exam. They will also be introduced to various argument structures to help them produce guided argument outlines. Each document below is available to download as a Word document or as a PDF.
Module 6 Introduction
This document provides suggested time, content, assessments, and essential questions to be used in Module 6 so that you can gauge how to organize class sessions with your students.
Module 6.1 Introduction to Argument Structure
Instructions on how you can use suggested source materials and how to guide students through different argument structures.
Module 6.1 Resources
These are the resources you will need for Module 6.1. Included are the text selections, a link for a TED talk, templates for the three argument structures, and the grading rubric for the final assessment.
Module 6.1 Discussion Questions and Reflections
This document provides instructions for an activity where students will develop questions for discussion and informal reflections.
Module 6.1 Argument Outlining, Conceptual Peer Review, and Post-Activity Reflection
This document provides instructions on how you can organize an assignment where students will read, annotate, and analyze source materials. Throughout the activity, students will engage in argument outlining, peer reviews, and reflections.
Module 6 Final Assessment
In this document, you will find instructions on how to set up the timed activity that will serve as the final assessment for Module 6.