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A Classroom Strategy: Drawing Arguments From Evidence (Video)

William Leou, a 6th grade science teacher at the Brooklyn School for Collaborative Studies, uses an organizational worksheet to help students draw arguments from evidence. The instructional tool encourages students to analyze research, make claims, and then draw and present their conclusions.




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