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Activity Overview


In this activity, students synthesize and summarize the text. Students’ work should reflect their understanding of the pros and cons of each pet, as well as the cost and time commitment. This exercise is crucial when preparing for related persuasive writing assignments.


Summarizing "Good Pet, Bad Pet" - Owning a Dog

Pros

  • best friend
  • variety of sizes/breeds
  • lives 8-16 years

Cons

  • time consuming
  • may not like kids
  • may shed and smell
  • may bark or bite

Time

  • dogs need a lot of exercise
  • puppies need to be housebroken and trained
  • they need to be fed and groomed daily

Money

  • purebreds are between $500 and $1000
  • accessories cost $250
  • shots cost $150-$500
  • yearly cost is $300 or more


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