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Research Skills: Learning to Paraphrase
RESEARCH SKILLS: Paraphrasing or plagiarism: what's the difference? This lesson is designed to help students learn to paraphrase information properly. We all know that the Internet has made research infinitely easier; but it has also made it so much easier for kids to plagiarize Sadly, this turns

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Summarizing and Paraphrasing
Summarizing and Paraphrasing Posters and Reminder Cards - FREE Paraphrasing and summarizing are both difficult skills to learn. To make matters worse, students often get them mixed up. That is why I created the PARA and SUM acronyms. Not only do they help to clarify each of the skills, but also ser
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How to Paraphrase
This folder contain a minilesson on paraphrasing as well and some activities on paraphrasing sentences and paragraphs.
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Note Taking, Paraphrasing, Summarizing for MLA Research
Research does not come easy to high school students. This product helps your students organize their research notes, learn to paraphrase, summarize and quote. It Includes my Writing Techniques #2 pdf presentation on how to summarize, paraphrase, and quote from outside sources.Also included are3 dif

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Using Quotes and Paraphrase in Literary Analysis - Romeo & Juliet by Shakespeare
This lesson introduces the idea of integrating sources in literary analysis, using the format of introduce, cite, and explain (ICE). It also distinguishes between direct quotes and paraphrases of an author's work. Students begin to hone this skill using selected quotes from William Shakespeare's Rom
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Using Quotes and Paraphrase in Literary Analysis: The Lottery by Shirley Jackson
This lesson introduces the idea of integrating sources in literary analysis, using the format of introduce, cite, and explain (ICE). It also distinguishes between direct quotes and paraphrases of an author's work. Students begin to hone this skill using selected quotes from Shirley Jackson’s “The Lo
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Quoting, Paraphrasing, & Summarizing - The Difference Between Each
I used these resources in my 9th grade Honors English class to distinguish the difference between paraphrasing and summarizing and had great success. It improved my students' essay writing skills. Most of my students had a habit of summarizing the text when the prompt required analyzing the text. M
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PARAPHRASING Lesson and Practice
When students are told to "paraphrase," many need a review of what that term means.This file includes board note pages usable with smart/prom/overhead or document camera, and coordinating student handout for reviewing paraphrasing with one article on a student friendly topic. It walks students thro
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Bibliography - Works Cited: Instructions/Practice, Style Sheets, Paraphrasing
The basics for teaching students how to document their sources when doing research are the basis of this file, as per Common Core State Standards, "Writing" #8 A mini-lesson on narrowing subjects down to specific ideas to research is included.This also contains teacher board notes, similar instructi
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Quote, Paraphrase and Summarize Worksheet
This is a one page graphic organizer. The upper half of the page provides and example of a quote, paraphrase and a summary. The lower half asks students to create their own based on a provided quote. I start this activity by asking students to consider McDonald's menu. A quote is like an adult siz
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Quotation, Paraphrase, and Summary
Quotation, Paraphrase, and Summary. Power Point Presentation, handouts and exercises. Learning when and how to use quotes, paraphrase, and summary is essential for writing research papers. This Power Point and coordinating handouts explain the differences and when to use each one. There are example
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Paraphrasing & Summarizing-Critical Thinking, Quotations
One of the skills my middle school students struggle with is their critical thinking skills. Whether it is developmental or a metacognition skill (thinking about thinking), “thinking outside the box” is one of the most difficult abilities for middle school students to master. Therefore, it is impor
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Paraphrasing Lesson- Powerpoint and Study Guide
This includes a thorough PowerPoint presentation with a corresponding study guide that is fill in the blank. Students are able to take notes from the presentation. This teaches students what paraphrasing is and is not, specific steps for paraphrasing, and practice items. Related Items: Holocaust a
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Quoting, Paraphrasing, Or Original Thought?
This is a note sheet that introduces students to the difference between quoting, paraphrasing, and using original thoughts. It models where citations are necessary and where you won't need a citation. It also gives students the chance to practice each of these skills. The example I provided was a
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Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing
Students often struggle with how, when, and why to use text evidence. This lesson--which can take place over one or two days--helps students understand the importance of text evidence, and the best ways to utilize text evidence in their own writing. The bundle includes: Teacher Power Point present
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Paraphrasing
PARAPHRASING In this world where copying and pasting is easier than ever, it is SO important that students at the upper levels learn how to paraphrase accurately. This paraphrasing PowerPoint presentation and set of scaffolded exercises can improve your students' paraphrasing skills. This is geared
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Pericles Funeral Oration Paraphrasing Worksheet
Students read and paraphrase Pericles' Funeral Oration. An introduction with historical background begins the worksheet. Footnotes of difficult words or phrases are included to help with literacy. Last page is a rubric for grading the assignment.
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Paraphrasing vs Plagiarizing
This resource is perfect to use as two mini-lessons over the course of two days (or twice throughout a week) as students are learning to paraphrase versus plagiarize. Students begin by reading the original text in the middle of the page. Then, they will read two different student attempts at paraphr
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How to Paraphrase
This was created to be used as a minilesson to teach students how to paraphrase so that they could do so in their research papers.
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Summary, paraphrasing, retelling classroom poster
One of the anchor standards of the Common Core is summary writing, and it's important for students to know the difference between summaries, paraphrasing, and retelling. So... I've created a handy-dandy set of posters (clear and easy to read once enlarged) that tell what summaries, paraphrasing,
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The Night Before Christmas Paraphrasing Practice
We all know the story of "The Night Before Christmas". Our students' familiarity with this well-loved poem make it a perfect piece for practicing paraphrasing. This worksheet includes 6 famous lines from story for students to put into their own words.
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Summarizing Versus Paraphrasing FREE Handout
Summarizing, Paraphrasing This handy product explains the differences between Summarizing and Paraphrasing and uses a real-life student essay to show examples of each. Simple and straightforward, but super helpful to teach how and when to use each, and what the final outcome should look like. Per
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Study Skills: Note Taking: Paraphrasing Information
Take the anxiety out of learning with these single page reproducible activities that explore good study skills. Study skills are approaches applied to learning and are critical to success in school and life. Most importantly, these skills can be acquired! Being a good student does not simply mean sh
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Paraphrasing Sheet
This is a handy reference sheet which instructs/reminds students on the most important parts of paraphrasing a text. This strategy is based on one created by Jan Richardson called Stop-Think-Paraphrase (STP).
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