If using textual evidence is new to your students, or if you just want an easier method to remember or some practice, this pack would be perfect. Teaching students to effectively use textual evidence is crucial for all subjects in common core, and this lesson is easily adaptable for any subject.
Updated to reflect MLA 8th edition.
This teaching pack is designed to specifically teach and practice the skill of selecting and incorporating textual evidence with a catchy theme and an easy-to-follow three step process. The nature of this lesson provides students with definitions, examples, and ample practice to introduce them using textual evidence. It also includes an essay that is missing its textual evidence. Students must take evidence from an article and incorporate it.
Each of my ELA skills "How to Teach It" Lesson Packs includes a teacher's guide lesson plan, an easy-to-use PPT lecture explaining the concept, guided practice, opportunity for collaborative and individual practice, and a form of assessment.
- PPT and PDF presentation with plenty of practice
- Task cards for model paper analysis with sample paper
- Formal Lesson Plan
This resource is included in my Writing Curriculum.
See my other English standards teaching packs while you’re here, too, and teach the fundamental skills first for success!
Close Reading & Annotating
Citing Textual Evidence
Evaluate Credibility of Websites
Propaganda and Logical Fallacies
Setting Affects Plot
Conflict Affects Plot
Homophones, Frequently Confused Words
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