Students struggle with properly embedding quotations, and often they fall into the trap of overusing typical signal phrases. Or they just don’t embed quotations at all. With this resource, students will learn three simple methods for jazzing up their writing with effective and purposeful integration of quotations -- and it's an easy prep for you!
Lecture, editable and pdf
Punctuation Matching Game
Guided practice samples
Group Tweet Practice Activity
Rules Cheat Sheet
This teaching pack is designed to specifically teach and practice the skill of properly and purposefully embedding and integrating textual evidence in writing. The nature of this lesson provides students with three student-friendly methods, examples, and ample practice to introduce them integrating textual evidence. They will have plenty of opportunities to learn, practice, and demonstrate their understanding – from punctuation human matching, to video tutorials, to guided practice, to guided research, to a #tweetstorm – with this modern teaching pack.
Plus, I've provided several tools to help students be successful with this skill after the lecture!
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.
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