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Lesson Plan on Writing with Motive

*Note: this lesson plan is not linked to a particular course, but was developed by Writing at Queens to be easily adapted for any course.  You may view and download all lesson plans in this series or download this lesson

Posted in Motive
Lesson Plan on Writing a Thesis Argument (Humanities)*

*Note: this lesson plan is not linked to a particular course, but was developed by Writing at Queens to be easily adapted for any course.  You may view and download all lesson plans in this series or download this lesson

Posted in Thesis & Argument
Lesson Plan on Writing and Analysis*

*Note: this lesson plan is not linked to a particular course, but was developed by Writing at Queens to be easily adapted for any course.  You may view and download all lesson plans in this series or download this lesson

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Lesson Plan on Essay Organization And Structure

*Note: this lesson plan is not linked to a particular course, but was developed by Writing at Queens to be easily adapted for any course.  You may view and download all lesson plans in this series or download this lesson

Posted in Structure
Lesson Plan on Writing a Thesis Argument (Social Sciences)*

*Note: this lesson plan is not linked to a particular course, but was developed by Writing at Queens to be easily adapted for any course.  You may view and download all lesson plans in this series or download this lesson

Posted in Thesis & Argument
Lesson Plan on Key Terms and Concepts*

*Note: this lesson plan is not linked to a particular course, but was developed by Writing at Queens to be easily adapted for any course.  You may view and download all lesson plans in this series or download this lesson

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Lesson Plan on Integrating Quotations*

*Note: this lesson plan is not linked to a particular course, but was developed by Writing at Queens to be easily adapted for any course.  You may view and download all lesson plans in this series or download this lesson

Posted in Sources
Writing in Philosophy Lesson Plan: Dialectic (Motive)

Lesson Objectives: This is a crucial lesson. The introduction to students of dialectic, or motive, in writing shows students that philosophy, and argumentation generally, is not about taking a “side” in a debate, but rather about understanding the broad variety

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Writing in Philosophy Lesson Plan: In-Class Writing Workshop

Lesson Objectives: To synthesize writing and technical philosophical skills from previous lessons and to do a “dry run” of an assignment. Total Time: 75 min Coursework Underway: Any upcoming assignment. This lesson is a good way to do a “dry

Posted in Peer Review & Revision
Writing in Philosophy Lesson Plan: Evaluating Arguments (Analysis)

Lesson Objectives: To introduce students to argumentative strategies, and methods of evaluating arguments. This lesson also reinforces the importance of developing arguments when advancing a conclusion. Total Time: 75 min Coursework Underway: Use the same readings as Lesson on Identifying

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