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Argumentative writing prompt with evidence - voting age changed to 16

Want to help your students practice writing and using cited evidence? Try this great writing prompt with one infographic including multiple pieces of evidence to support or refute the claim that the voting age should be changed to 16. Also works great to do a quick argumentative writing or other writing mechanics goal IEP trial.

For an additional voting age arguments that can be paired with this writing you could use this clip from PBS

Should the Voting Age Be Lowered to 16?

Teaching digitally? Below are links to copy this activity as a google form and google doc (video included in these formats)

Google form version of argumentative writing

Google doc version of argumentative writing

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