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Textual Evidence Powerpoint using RACE Strategy
This 18 page powerpoint introduces the R.A.C.E. strategy (Restate the question, Answer the question, Cite Evidence and Expand). This lesson walks students through the steps in RACE using guided practice. At the end of the lesson, a question and text is provided to allow students to practice using R.
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TDA: Writing with the RACES Strategy
Text Dependent Analysis is the type of writing essay questions that are being used on standardized testing. Students need to learn how to respond to these questions and to learn how to construct good paragraphs. In this packet there are: Text Dependent Question Notes and Explanation of the RACES
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Using the RACE Strategy to Answer Prompts - Guides & More!
To answer short answer or constructed response questions, students can use the strategy RACE (R - Restate, A - Answer, C - Cite, E - Explain) to make sure that they have included all parts of their response.Included in this file:- Handouts with broken-down explanation of the strategy- Worksheet fo
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RACE strategy
This is a stand-alone lesson plan to teach the RACE (writing) strategy. R- restate A- answer C- cite E- elaborate/explain (S)- summarize I have several "practice" essays/frameworks and the a final one for students to be assessed with.
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RACES-Tools to Teach R.A.C.E.S. Writing to Mastery (research-based strategy)
Meet your standards, engage students, and gather data with built-in formative assessments and feedback to get your students writing informative and even opinion pieces independently. This complete guide, Tools to Teach R.A.C.E.S. Writing to Mastery, was designed using the research-based strategy SR
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The RACER Strategy Writing Unit (Nonfiction Pack)
The RACER Strategy teaches students how to respond to open-ended questions. This strategy reminds students to answer questions completely and cite evidence and examples from the text. I’ve seen similar strategies (RACE), but I found this strategy and explanation the most helpful for students: R
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The RACER Strategy Writing Unit - Fiction
The RACER Strategy teaches students how to respond to open-ended questions. This strategy reminds students to answer questions completely and cite evidence and examples from the text. I’ve seen similar strategies (RACE), but I found the RACER strategy and explanations the most helpful for students:
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R.A.C.E. to Answer With Evidence - Writing Strategies
R.A.C.E. is an excellent strategy for teaching students how to support written answers with text evidence. Included in this product: + 4 posters explaining each step of of RACE with example + 9 sentence starters for providing evidence + Student reference sheet for their binder with the above infor
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RACE Writing Strategy
RACE writing is a strategy that can be used for all ages. It is an easy-to-follow strategy for responding to questions both in ELA and Math. This packet comes with a one-page poster for each letter of the RACE strategy, a one-page RACE strategy poster briefly explaining each letter of RACE, and a
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Shooting an Elephant by George Orwell: Practice with Argument
“When the white man turns tyrant, it is his own freedom he destroys. He wears a mask, and his face grows to fit it.” George Orwell makes the following assertion in his classic essay, “Shooting an Elephant.” Students will not only study Orwell’s essay but also compare his experience to that of Israel

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The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks: Practice with Argument
Rebecca Skloot, who wrote The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, also wrote an opinion essay in the New York Times on the issue of ownership of human cells and permission. A link to the essay is provided as well as lessons surrounding this issue. Interviews with Sklott and Oprah Winfrey are featured
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The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander: Practice with Argument
In a resource where students practice qualifying an argument, students learn about The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness is a book by Michelle Alexander, a civil rights litigator and legal scholar. Students will read, listen to and view supporting clips while learning the

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Photography of Ferguson, Missouri by Scott Olson: Practice with Argument
Scott Olson, of Getty Images, is a courageous photographer who witnessed the events in Ferguson, Missouri in 2014. He was in fact briefly arrested by the police. Using Scott Olson's photography, students will review important rhetorical strategies, close read and annotate text, view supporting video
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Justice in Antigone @ Ferguson: Practice with Persuasion
The St. Louis Upstream Theatre Company put on Sophocles’ "Antigone" just as life in the suburb of Ferguson, Missouri unraveled because of the police shooting of Michael Brown. The lesson compares the 1961 film Antigone to the current event with a graphic organizer. Students will understand parall
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R.A.C.E Writing strategy
This is a good strategy to teach your students how to write a paragraph, or an essay. This is a simplified version, to introduce them to R.A.C.E. After your students practice and understands the concept, you can teach them and have them elaborate on reinstate, answer a prompt, or question, cite ev
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Caribe in Nueva York by Nathalie Handal: Practice with Poetry
Nathalie Handal wrote the poem, “Caribe en Nueva York” on the experience of being a Latin American immigrant in New York City. Students will read and annotate the poem and analyze the literary strategies used to convey the poet’s message. Students will view supporting video clips, such as the poet
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A Raisin in the Sun- The Pivotal Moment: Practice with Persuasion
Kenny Leon’s recent revival of Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun, starring Denzel Washington played to rave reviews. Images and interviews from this production are used in the resource. Students will collect evidence for a persuasive essay or argument essay that focuses on a character’s mora
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RACES Writing Strategy - Posters, Prompts, & Practice Sheets
RACES Writing Strategy - Posters, Prompts, & Practice SheetsThe RACES strategy guides students to write more structured, thorough, and detailed responses to text-based questions. Contents include:RACES PosterR (Restate the Question) PosterA (Answer the Question) PosterC (Cite Text Evidence) Post
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Is This How Discrimination Ends? Practice with Rhetorical Analysis
A recent Atlantic Monthly essay, “Is This How Discrimination Ends?” explores the concept of implicit bias. This is a term that was brought up in the Presidential Debates in the fall of 2016. Links to the Jessica Nordell’s essay and a professional reading of the complete essay on Soundcloud are avail
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Constructed Response
Constructed Response: Constructed Response questions are a great way to push students to a more rigorous level. This FREE resource is sure to help your students follow the RACE strategy with ease as they practice answering constructed response questions. Feel free to reproduce it to suit the needs
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Constructed Response Workshop
These notes are designed to aid students in creating a constructed response using the RACE strategy. They target specific weaknesses in students' writing. I recommend doing a mini-lesson each day on a specific point and having students practice creating a constructed response piece by piece using th
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