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Summarizing, Paraphrasing, Quoting: Writing Techniques #2
Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting are skills that high school students need to master before moving on to college. This PDF Presentation goes through how to summarize, paraphrase, and quote. This is a great tool to use when preparing students to write literary analysis papers or any type of

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Direct Quotes and Paraphrasing
An introductory PowerPoint to direct quotes and paraphrasing. Provides several examples and definitions, including the use of sic and ellipsis. There is a small quiz built in to the PowerPoint. There is a teacher and student version included if you would like to make it fill in the blank. Microso
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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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Poetry: Paraphrasing
This Poetry Paraphrasing Powerpoint is meant to accompany the guided notes that are also available through this seller. Students are introduced to paraphrasing and then given several examples to paraphrase. Poetry included in the presentation are from authors/poets such as Emily Dickinson, Ogden Nas
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Research: Plagiarism, Qoute, Paraphrase, Outline, Notecards  PP
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This is a 57 slide PP with cited and original facts about plagiarism, quoting, paraphrasing, research outlines, and research note cards. Excellent to teach students before beginning a research paper. It has a lot of visuals, with examples of each topic covered, including a quick quiz/exercise on
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Cite A Song (Paraphrase, Summarize, Direct Quote)
Teach students how to paraphrase, summarize and directly quote to avoid plagiarism using this fun, relatable game-based lecture! This presentation (in .pdf form) uses paraphrased, summarized and directly quoted song lyrics to keep students engaged and teach them how to properly cite their sources. T
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Citing Sources - Quoting, Paraphrasing, Summarizing
This powerpoint is designed to give students background knowledge of: how to cite sources the different ways to cite sources some examples on how to cite sources. It also includes the reasons why you should quote, paraphrase, or summarize. ELA Pandora
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Paraphrase examples
mla paraphrase is the best way to improve your paraphrasing skills
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FREE Chart on Quotation, Paraphrase, and Summary
Students sometimes confuse quotation, paraphrase, and summary. Display this chart before and after a documented assignment and see the results. Use for direct instruction, for a handout, as a poster, or note-taking, drafting, and revision guides. Helpful in all subjects. Thanks for stopping by my
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Quoting and Paraphrasing
This is a PowerPoint that walks students through how to use quotes and paraphrases in a news story.
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TP-CASTT Purposeful Poetry Analysis
If you are searching for a tried and true method to help your students analyze and understand poetry, then look no further! TP-CASTT is a systematic method of poetry analysis that helps students access poetry and enjoy it. TP-CASTT is a best practice activity used in AP and Pre-AP ELA courses but
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Six Active Reading Strategy notes and Graphic Organizer
Looking for a lesson and activity on the Six Active Reading Strategies? Included is a summary graphic organizer where students are asked to paraphrase all six definitions, give a story title and an example of each of the six active reading strategies. I've added notes for the six reading strategie
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Plagiarism / Cheating Presentation
A powerpoint presentation on Plagiarism and Cheating (including a link to a video clip). Includes things such as what plagiarism is, paraphrasing, and what can be considered "common knowledge." Also includes funny memes about Plagiarism that the kids will enjoy!
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Emily Dickinson’s “Because I could not stop for Death”:  A Close Reading Handout
A five-page stanza-by stanza analysis of the structure, theme, character development, symbolism, irony, paradox, personification, imagery, punning, biblical allusions, foreshadowing, understatement, and anaphora (repetition of words at the beginning of a string of sentences) in this most popular of
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Dylan Thomas’s “Do Not Go Gentle":  A DARE-TO-EXCEL CLOSE READING
This five-page handout on Thomas’s most famous poem is designed for students who are challenged to seek excellence in poetic analysis in their AP literature classes. For them to "just get by" is never an option. Such students desire not merely the test-time details about “Do Not Go Gentle into Th
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Citing Sources PowerPoint
This PowerPoint explains to students how to cite sources, including examples of good paraphrasing and examples of plagiarism.
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Basic Tips for Writing a Literary Analysis -AP Exam or General Essay PPT
Click HERE to Check out my Writing Folder! Click HERE to Check out my Research Folder! Basic Tips for Writing a Literary Analysis Strategies for the AP Exam To Start Identify the author(s) and title(s) of the work(s) you are studying in the opening paragraph. Write in the present tense. EXA
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Question Exploration: Scientific Theory vs. Law
This question exploration asks: How is a Scientific Theory Different from a Law? And Why are some scientific theories modified? Question Exploration Routine is an instructional methods that teachers can use to help a diverse student population understand a body of content information by carefully
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The American Revolution
There are six sections to the flipchart (all are hyperlinked). Sections 2-6 start with a review of the previous section and ends with an activity that can be changed to fit your classroom needs. Throughout the sections there are also posed questions for students to discuss as a class and all unit vo
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Parenthetical Documentation in Writing (MLA format)
This powerpoint presentation is designed to show students what their options are when using data and research in their own writing. It focuses on summarizing and paraphrasing source information in to their own paper. I did not include a slide on plagiarism; however, I do make the point during each p
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Persuasive Writing; Ethos, Pathos, Logos; The Art of Rhetoric; Bundle! PPT
This Zip File of 4 PowerPoints includes the following information: Summary of these FOUR PPTS: 1. Persuasive Writing - Focuses on Reasoning, Organization, and Supporting Evidence 2. Persuasive Essay - How to write a great concluding paragraph 3. The Art of Rhetoric -Ethos, Pathos, Logos with detail
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Writing and Research - MLA Style Review PPT
Click HERE to Check out my Writing Folder! Click HERE to Check out my Research Folder! MLA Style Review Parenthetical Citations Use of Authors' Names If the author's name is mentioned in the text Author’s Name in Text If the author's name is not mentioned in the text Author’s Name in Referen
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Everyman: Structure and Themes Handout
A twelve-page, fill-in-the-blank activity in which your students will analyze the structure and the themes of the great Middle English morality play “Everyman.” The section on structure will examine the beginning episodes of the play which lead to the inciting moment or the problem which faces the
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The Art of Rhetoric - Ethos, Pathos, Logos PPT
Check out my Writing Folder! The Art of Rhetoric: Learning How to Use the Three Main Rhetorical Styles Forms According to Aristotle, rhetoric is "the ability, in each particular case, to see the available means of persuasion." He described three main forms of rhetoric: Ethos, Logos, and Pathos.
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