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Effective Use of Quotes and References - Make Your Citations Count!

Effective Use of Quotes and References - Make Your Citations Count!
Effective Use of Quotes and References - Make Your Citations Count!
Effective Use of Quotes and References - Make Your Citations Count!
Effective Use of Quotes and References - Make Your Citations Count!
Effective Use of Quotes and References - Make Your Citations Count!
Effective Use of Quotes and References - Make Your Citations Count!
Effective Use of Quotes and References - Make Your Citations Count!
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In today's Common Core English classrooms, students are required to provide textual evidence to support their conclusions and opinions - and that's a good thing. Unfortunately, I found that in my middle school classes text references were being "tossed in" without much forethought and without adding much substance to the students' arguments. This lesson goes over the purpose and structure of effective text references and provides a short practice. It introduces the steps of I.C.E. (introduce, cite, and explain) and gives a "good" and "bad" example. Examples are taken from The Giver, and the practice paragraph is based on The Outsiders by S.E.Hinton, so it is assumed in this lesson that students are familiar with both novels. - Rae Galeazzi
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30 minutes
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