~ Argument: Pro & Con ~
1. Visit sites that are appropriate and on topic.
2. Cite which sites you get any information and images from.
3. Make clear which words are yours, and which are quotes
4. Today, spend 80% of your time on research and 20% on the making of your poster!
WEBQUEST: Animal Testing: Pro & Con
1. Visit the Animal Testing sites below in #3 and take 4+ detailed notes using a KWCS chart. (at least 16 notes total)
2. Include the data used when reading the different arguments.
International: Global Pro and Con
5. Choose a side. Are you pro or con animal testing?
6. Browse your notes and write out a claim for either or both Pro and Con using a mix of simple and compound sentences.
7. Brainstorm and sketch a quick "rough" poster that will argue your point of view. Be sure to include a hook,
8. Using the paper passed out in class, create a final draft of your poster that argues your point of view.
9. Presentation to table / class - Due this week: TBA (depends on SBAC schedule)
10. Complete your index card (for HW) to help you organize for debate -Due this week: TBA (depends on SBAC schedule)
|Possible Points||Table Partner Assessment||Self Assessment||Teacher Assessment|
Argument /Thesis is clearly stated
|Data / Evidence is clear and cited||25|
|Spelling and Grammar Conventions||10|
|Poster: Creativity, Neatness, and Design||25|
|Completion by due date||5|
REMINDER: sites such as GOOGLE.COM, YAHOO.COM, or ASK.COM
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“"Even with all our technology and the inventions that make modern life so much easier than it was. It takes just
one big natural dissater to wipe all that away and remind us that, here on Earth, we're still at the mercy of nature."
~ Neil deGrasse Tyson
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