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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 for Research Papers Made Easy!
It's time to assign a research paper, but your students don't know or can't remember how to quote, paraphrase or summarize others' writing? You need a quick review of what quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing are and when to use each. Just tweak this PowerPoint for your particular subject area o
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Quoting, Paraphrasing and Summarizing for Research Papers
This powerpoint is divided into 16 mini-lessons that give students different ways to directly quote, paraphrase and summarize in research paper settings. It prompts correct parenthetical citations according to 2009 APA formatting guidelines. The practice is designed to be 5-10 warm-up lessons before
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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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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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Quote, Paraphrase, Summarize Anchor Charts
This document includes three digital anchor charts to teach the difference between quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing.
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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, 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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How to Integrate Quotes and Paraphrases into The MLA Paper
This presentation is a lesson on how to integrate quotes and paraphrases into a paper when using the MLA format. It is an easy to follow guide for students and teachers.
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Quoting and Paraphrasing (defining and practice pages)
Students who are just starting out or who have minimal experience using quotes often think they have to find quotation marks in order to quote. Other students will find a quote and "put it into their own words." For the aforementioned reasons, I created THIS graphic organizer and activity. From t
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Quoting and Paraphrasing & Quoting and Inferring
Here are two more ways to get students quoting and paraphrasing and quoting and inferring separately or together. The use-options for these pages are endless! Students will copy a quote from a text or use a quote provided by the teacher or the quotes can be prewritten and then photocopied by the t
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Writing with Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Inferring (reference and practice pages)
Use these 3 pages to strengthen students' writing while responding to text. Page 1: Introductory Page (helps define quoting/paraphrasing/inferring based on teacher's definition and gives correct and incorrect examples of paraphrasing and inferring) Page 2: Practice Page (students will insert parap
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Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Inferring (defining and practice pages)
With common core short answer responses being all about the text evidence, students often don't know what to do after they have provided a quote. So, they often repeat their quote, thinking it's in their own words since they removed the quotation marks. Teach students that after using a quote, the
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Note Taking: Summary, Quote, Paraphrase
Introduction/practice to Note taking. Students are given the definition of Summary, paraphrase and quoting. There is a short paragraph students are asked to read and then they are asked to summarize, paraphrase and take a quote from the paragraph.
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Main Idea or Theme Response to Text Page with Quoting and Paraphrasing
Here is one more way to get students reflecting on a non-fiction text or narrative of your/their choice for a book at ANY reading level. This can even be used with text books/anthologies. Students will read any non-fiction subject book or non-fiction narrative. They will reflect on their book by
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Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing Practice Worksheet
This worksheet uses a referenced scholarly article for students to practice the skills of quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing.
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Einstein Quotes and Paraphrasing
This packet includes two pages explaining how I introduce the worksheet (including memes and small group activities). Students then move onto the worksheets of Einstein quotes (sources provided) and paraphrase them to the best of their ability. Finally there are two quizzes provided on the topic.
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Quoting and Paraphrasing Power Point Presentation
When writing essays, either in literature composition or expository writing, students need to learn how to quote sources, paraphrase sources, what the difference is, and why choosing one or the other is important in order to both provide credibility in writing, and avoid plagiarism. This powerpoint
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Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Inferring (Bundle)
2 VERY different activities will get your students quoting, paraphrasing, and inferring in no time. These two sets of graphic organizers will define the skills and structure the practice. The side-by-side views of each skill will help students decipher the differences yet see the relationships bet
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Augmented Reality 6th Grade English - Quoting and Paraphrasing Data
Augmented Reality for 6th Grade English Common Core aligned (flexible enough for non-core curriculum) Quoting and Paraphrasing Data. Includes 1 worksheet and answer key, along with easy to follow directions on how to access each unique Augmented Reality worksheet. At the bottom of each worksheet is
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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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Digital Download - Quote. Paraphrase. Summarize. - SBG Assessment Tool
This tool was created to use with 7th graders during and after lessons regarding how to: quote, paraphrase, and summarize. It contains a learning progression and student expectations rubric for easy assessment and can be used with any piece of literature or informational text. With this digital
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