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Starting with Questions: Teaching Argument as Investigation

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Controversy questions can provide students the tools they need to discover compelling arguments about nearly any topic. This presentation will demonstrate a framework that can be adapted for teaching high school or college students powerful skills for critical reading, analyzing complex topics, and developing appropriate methods for investigation.

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Starting with Questions: Teaching Argument as Investigation

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Controversy questions can provide students the tools they need to discover compelling arguments about nearly any topic. This presentation will demonstrate a framework that can be adapted for teaching high school or college students powerful skills for critical reading, analyzing complex topics, and developing appropriate methods for investigation.