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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

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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

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Writing in Philosophy Lesson Plan: Identifying Arguments

Lesson Objectives: To introduce students to the notion of an argument, and the key associated concepts. To begin to familiarize them with argumentative structure and reasoning. Use easy examples to make the idea as clear as possible. Total time: 75

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Writing in Philosophy Lesson Plan: Identifying Conclusions (Theses)

Lesson Objectives: To teach students to identify a conclusion in an actual piece of philosophical writing, and to distinguish it from other parts of an argument. This will force students to begin to use the concepts of premises and conclusions

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Protected: Writing About Performance Lesson Plan: Anticipating Counterarguments

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Writing & Library Research Methods Lesson Plan: Article Annotation

Lesson objective(s):  Reading an academic article carefully and for meaning Total estimated time: 1 hour Additional outcome(s): Model how an argument is built, begin to identify the ways in which authors are interacting with each other Course work or assignment

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