American Indian Boarding Schools Grade 6: Module 3: Unit 3: Lesson 2  Entrance Ticket: Unit 3, Lesson 2 RL.6.8, W.6.1 (Example for Teacher Reference) Directions: As you enter class, read the learning targets. Next, read through the Model Literary Argument Evidence note-catcher. Read the claim statement at the bottom of the note-catcher. Based on what you read, why do you believe the author of the model essay chose this claim? Explain your reasoning. Sample student response: The claim that Pop should not bring Cal to Washington, DC with him has more evidence. This means that this claim is stronger. The author chose this claim because the author wants to choose the strongest position to defend. 1 © 2019 EL Education Inc. American Indian Boarding Schools Grade 6: Module 3: Unit 3: Lesson 2 Entrance Ticket: Unit 3, Lesson 2 RL.6.8, W.6.1 Name: Date: Directions: As you enter class, read the learning targets. Next, read through the Model Literary Argument Evidence note-catcher. Read the claim statement at the bottom of the note-catcher. Based on what you read, why do you believe the author of the model essay chose this claim? Explain your reasoning. _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ 2 © 2019 EL Education Inc. American Indian Boarding Schools Grade 6: Module 3: Unit 3: Lesson 2  Entrance Ticket: Unit 3, Lesson 2 RL.6.8, W.6.1 Name: Date: Directions: As you enter class, read the learning targets. Next, read through the Model Literary Argument Evidence note-catcher. Read the claim statement at the bottom of the note-catcher. Based on what you read, why do you believe the author of the model essay chose this claim? Explain your reasoning. The claim that Pop should not bring Cal to Washington, DC with him has_________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ This means that_______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ The author chose this claim because______________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ 3 © 2019 EL Education Inc. American Indian Boarding Schools Grade 6: Module 3: Unit 3: Lesson 2 Model Literary Argument Evidence Note-Catcher RL.6.1, RL.6.3, W.6.1b, W.6.4, W.6.9a Name: Date: Focus Question: Should Pop bring Cal to Washington, DC with him? 4 © 2019 EL Education Inc. American Indian Boarding Schools Grade 6: Module 3: Unit 3: Lesson 2 Position 1: Pop should bring Cal to Washington, DC with him. Position 2: Pop should not bring Cal to Washington, DC with him. Reason Reason Cal is smart and mature. Cal is too young to be a part of the veterans’ campaign. Evidence Evidence  Cal learns quickly: “Pop says he’s never seen anyone learn the ins and outs of being on the road as fast as I have. There’re men who’ve been hoboing for years, he says, who haven’t picked up as much as I have” (41).  The campaign might be dangerous: “‘If this is going to be a campaign, then I have to go it without you. It might be dangerous and I want you safe while I’m gone. It’ll be me and other vets doing this’” (59).  Cal and Pop travel in difficult environments together. Pop trusts that Cal can handle tough situations.  Pop says that the people in DC are gathering as an army, and Cal is only 12: “‘. . . you can’t go to Washington with me. I’m not saying it’ll be dangerous, but it’ll be a

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