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  • CDW
  • Claim / Data / Warrant: originated in the courtroom
  • AKA Toulmin method
  • 3
  • CLAIM
  • DATA
  • WARRANT
    • CLAIM?
    • Does it state an opinion ?
    • Is it clear and precise ?
    • Can it be proven with evidence or logic ?
  • HOW TO PROVE ?
    • Data is the evidence that supports or proves the claim.
    • It can be a quoted passage [or passages] from the literary piece or researched facts which must be cited (aka documented).
    • OR
    • IT CAN BE AN ANECDOTE
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  • Homework is an important part of the learning process in HIGH school.
  • One reason is that homework gives students additional practice of skills covered in class.
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  • High school classes are too short to teach a new concept and practice it sufficiently for students to master.
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  • For example, the ideal composition process allows time for students to think and to reflect on their ideas, as well as time to revise and to proofread their writing.
  • Warrant
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    • The analysis and interpretation or reflection about the data in terms of how it supports your claim
    • The explanation of how and why the data supports or justifies the claim
    • Not only is homework essential to allowing time to maintain previously learned skills, but it also guarantees constant review and provides time for reflective learning which guarantees actual retention
    • Claim = clear, focused sentence which states a provable opinion about a named literary piece
    • Data = evidence that supports the claim
    • Warrant = explanation and analysis of how and why the data proves the claim