Teach your students how to effectively integrate quotes into their writing with this easy to understand minilesson that frames quotes/evidence as the "guest speakers" of one's essay. Students will learn how to "pass the mic" to their sources by introducing the evidence and citing it.
If you are sick of seeing quotes just thrown into essays, with no introduction, then you and your students need this helpful EDITABLE PowerPoint minilesson. My students always find this presentation helpful, especially the slide that gives tons of examples of verbs instead of "says" or "states."
This minilesson teaches 3 main ways to integrate quotes and provides helpful examples to guide students through the writing process. It also covers how to select meaningful quotes, condense quotes, and prevent plagiarism. The final slide is an exit ticket task that will help you assess your students' understanding of integrating quotes.
This product contains 15 editable slides. All text/info that you would need to change is 100% editable. The headers are locked, due to font formatting purposes, but everything else is yours to change. You can even duplicate slides to add more content.