Citing Text Evidence- 3 ways

Citing Text Evidence- 3 ways
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Upper grade students that are asked to cite direct text evidence often have lots of questions about how to cite it correctly using proper punctuation. This handout shows students how to cite three different kinds of text evidence- the author's words, a character's words within the authors words, and the author's words with some text removed. Give this to students to guide them through reading responses that require text evidence and literary essays.

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