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We’re excited for this webinar with @RIW_Team on December 8th at 7:30pm ET. We’ll be considering how to support students through discussion, and helping them shift from source analysis to argument writing. Register at https://t.co/wvPx7lBSRr to register! #sschat #historymatters https://t.co/KyVtfkL0sx

Check out our relaunched website to access lesson materials, resources to support multilingual learners, and to learn more about Weigh the Evidence and our process for supporting social studies inquiry across three content areas: https://t.co/ErllETgmAx https://t.co/oRfA2yR8yF RIW_Team photo

Join us next Tuesday to consider how our Weigh the Evidence tool can support students to transition from reading and analyzing primary sources to organizing and writing evidence based arguments during social studies inquiry. Visit @historyed to register: https://t.co/r7OJLsH7JC https://t.co/XqsmYr3jap RIW_Team photo

Registration is now open for our December 8th webinar hosted by @historyed! Tune in as we consider how to support students through discussion to make the shift from source analysis to argument writing during social studies inquiry. Visit NCHE to register: https://t.co/r7OJLsH7JC https://t.co/EXrGijapLT RIW_Team photo

Join us December 10 to consider how small and whole group discussions can support students to make the leap from reading and analyzing sources to writing evidence-based arguments. Register with @historyed: https://t.co/Rx5L7kgjjK

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This collaboration with @librarycongress shows how the Read.Inquire.Write. literacy supports and inquiry structure can pair with existing collections of primary sources to support students’ social studies argument writing. See our updated website for more! #sschat https://t.co/pZUQIjjtfW RIW_Team photo

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