Easel by TpT

You Selected:

Keyword

embedded quotes

Sort by

Grades

Other

Subjects

Prices

Formats

See All Formats

All Formats

Resource Types

All Resource Types

Don't see what you looking for?
Some filters moved to Formats filters, which is right above this one.
Results for

embedded quotes

1,088 results
Relevance
All Digital Formats
Google Apps
Activities
Teach your students how to properly embed, cite, and explain quotes in their writing with this common core aligned lesson! Students will learn four different ways to embed quotes in their writingThis resource includes:- a 57 slide EDITABLE PowerPoint presentation- supplementary teaching materials, h
Weary of students who slap quoted material into their essays without any framing or support? Fix this common mistake made by young writers with these interactive lesson materials.Begin with a “pre-test”/skill assessment of students’ knowledge regarding M.L.A. citation formatting and concrete detail/
Learning how to embed quotations is an important process to teach students, as most ELA curricula stresses the importance of students' ability to analyze texts (both literary and non-fiction), and then respond to them, citing textual evidence when doing so. Therefore, students need to become familia
Students need lots of practice with embedding and citing quotations. With these detailed lessons, they will learn the purpose of using quotations and the proper way to embed them in their writing. Exercises and interactive activities allow them to practice introducing, citing and explaining, while t
Students can ALWAYS use more practice when it comes to citing and embedding direct quotes in our research papers. Enter this practice bundle. With these three activities: 8 stations (including task cards, a scramble, a sort, and online self-assessment/practice quizzes) your students will be well on
Help students in grades 6-10 ELA learn the important skill of blending (or embedding) quotes within their writing with these Blending Quotes Stations. Includes six stations to help students learn how to introduce quotes with a colon, an explanatory phrase, by blending quotes into their own sentence
During my first couple of years in the classroom, I really struggled with teaching quote integration. I found myself writing the same comments on paper after paper after paper, until I realized I needed to spend more class time having the students practice integrating quotations OUTSIDE of their ess
Embedding quotations correctly is SUCH a difficult concept for students to grasp. But it doesn't have to be. If you're tired of writing the same old comments into the margins of student papers dozens of times, get ready for a pleasant change. This activity and graphic organizer set is going to save
Students struggle with properly embedding quotations, and often they fall into the trap of overusing typical signal phrases. Or they just don’t embed quotations at all. With this resource, students will learn three simple methods for jazzing up their writing with effective and purposeful integratio
Are your students STILL putting periods and commas in the wrong places when punctuating dialogue or embedding direct quotations? You could continue banging your head against the wall, or...you could make a light-hearted review out of the issue by playing this game with your junior high or high schoo
This resource includes the digital and traditional print version of this resource.Teach your students how to properly embed, cite, and explain quotes in their writing with this common core aligned lesson! Students will learn four different ways to embed quotes in their writingThis resource includes:
There are two handouts with a total of FIVE exercises that scaffold the skill of embedding quotes into sentences. This is a vital skill for college and is tested on the PARCC as well as college entrance exams. The first handout explains how and why to embed source material and a model example; the
In this bundle, you can present a PowerPoint on embedding quotes with example quotes from Harry Potter, The Lightning Thief, and The Hunger Games! Provided with the PowerPoint are guided notes for the students to use during the presentation and an embedding overview sheet with an activity. Additiona
Teach your students about "Embedding Quotes with Context" with an easy-to-follow resource. This resource features three ways to integrate textual evidence into writing. The handout can even double as a poster! In addition to the handout, there are fourteen example sentences using context, textual
Help your students become better, stronger writers with this digital writing spotlight teaching unit that focuses on teaching students how to embed quotes in their writing.Help your students incorporate the most essential text from quotes in their writing with this Digital Writing Spotlight mini-uni
Analyze pick-up lines in order to demonstrate the importance of embedding quotations in essays. This folder contains a presentation explaining the similarities between pick-up lines and embedding as well as details 3 methods for embedding quotes. Additionally, the folder contains a companion handout
Resource for integrating and embedding direct quotes in writing. This quick user guide can be shared with students digitally or on paper.
Grades:
4th - 12th, Staff, Not Grade Specific
Types:
Embedding quotes in writing! Teach your students how to properly embed, cite, and explain quotes in their writing with this digital lesson! Students will learn four different ways to embed quotes in their writingThis resource includes a PDF with a link to two files:- a 57-slide EDITABLE Google Slide
Are you using NoRedInk with your students? (If not, consider begging your district for this program; it’s great!) Here is a cheat sheet I created to help my students work through the Embedding Quotations lessons on NoRedInk. This cheat sheet covers the material in “Flow Quotes and Dialogue Quotes
Subjects:
Grades:
6th - 12th
Types:
With this lesson, students will learn how to Embed a Quotation within their writing (instead of "plopping" it down into a paragraph, like a brick). They will be provided with: - Activation of prior knowledge related to context - Guidance on how to embed a quote - Exemplars and Non-exemplars - A work
These activities features topic sentences based on characterization, irony, plot and theme for ALL FOUR acts of the Crucible. The learning goal is for students to find quotes to support the idea, then embed the quote with the statements. This proves challenging but rewarding once the students have
Digital and print bundle!Help your students become better, stronger writers with this digital writing spotlight teaching unit that focuses on teaching students how to embed quotes in their writing.Help your students incorporate the most essential text from quotes in their writing with this Digital W
My students struggled with effectively embedded quotations from the text into their analytical writing so I whipped up this guide that explains the method of how to find a quote to use, how to narrow down which part of the quote to select, and how to incorporate it into their own syntax. This helped
Use these 14 Embedding Quotes BOOM Cards™ digitally to help your students understand the importance of embedding quotes and how to properly punctuate dialogue.***Get ALL of the 4-6 ELA BOOM sets in a growing bundle and save 30%. Click here to purchase the bundle. This particular set of BOOM Cards is
Grades:
4th - 6th

showing 1-24 of 1,088 results

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

More About Us

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up