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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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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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Protected: Writing About Performance Lesson Plan: Terminology 2: “Description/Analysis/Interpretation/Evaluation”

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Writing about Music Lesson Plan: Musical Auto-Ethnography

Lesson Plan on Musical Auto-Ethnography Emily Wilbourne, Queens College, CUNY, Music Music 121 or 122 Lesson objective(s): For students to connect a musical “work” with a rich emotional and semantic context in their own lives. Total estimated time: 25-30 mins.

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Writing in the Sciences Lesson Plan: The Use of Analogy in Science Essays

Lesson Plan on the Use of Analogy in Science Essay Writing Esther Muehlbauer, Queens College Department of Biology CW2: Writing in the Sciences – Evolutionary Themes Lesson Objective:  To use analogy between biological phenomena and processes in other academic fields

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Writing in the Sciences Lesson Plan: Developing a Chapter Summary for a Science Text

Lesson Plan on Developing a Chapter Summary for a Science Text Esther Muehlbauer, Queens College Department of Biology CW2: Writing in the Sciences – Evolutionary Themes Lesson Objective:  To effectively outline and summarize ideas for a chapter summary in an

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Writing in the Sciences Lesson Plan: Sequencing Ideas from Observations

Lesson Plan on Sequencing Ideas from Observations Esther Muehlbauer, Queens College Department of Biology CW2: Writing in the Sciences – Evolutionary Themes Lesson Objective:  To logically sequence information in a written research log from observations of organisms in the field/

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