Additional Resources for Analyzing Arguments

Because we know that "born digital" arguments are being created all the time, we invite teachers to share their best examples of student work (and the lesson ideas that supported them) here so we can all benefit from seeing exemplary web-based texts, infographics, videos, social media, and sample assessment tools. ~ Kristen and Troy

Arguments in Web-Based Texts (e.g., Blogs)

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Arguments in Infographics

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Arguments in Video

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Arguments in Social Media

@VMattPV (Valerie Mattessich, Pascack Valley High School)

MINDFUL remixed (have you created a different version of our MINDFUL framework? Please share it here.)

Assessing Digital Arguments

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Professional Mentor Texts for Digital Argument

  • Please link professional examples (and also include your name and Twitter handle)


Resources for Thinking About Evidence

Handouts from our book chapter, "Reconsidering Evidence in Real World Arguments"