This task was used with fifth graders to critique argumentation. We had been working on multiplying fractions, so students had a solid understanding of the concept. This task was developed to help students identify the parts of a good argument in order for them to give feedback to their peers. We focused on claim, basis of argument, evidence, reasoning and mechanics. This aligned with the rubric we used when scoring the arguments.
Microsoft Word version: 5_NF_FractionsMultiplication_PeerFeedback_Critique
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