Do your students know how to paraphrase? Do your students tend to copy sentences straight out of a book? Could you use a paraphrasing tool to guide your students into restating it in their own words?
These simple paraphrasing task cards will engage your students with their high-interest topics and unusual facts. This resource is perfect for mini-lessons, small group instruction, or adding it to a writing center.
- 32 High-Interest Paraphrasing Cards
- Paraphrasing How To Poster
- 2 Student Answer Forms
What Buyers Are Saying:
- "Loved the task cards. It made practicing paraphrasing so much easier."
- "Great for students who have trouble putting ideas in their own words."
- "Paraphrasing is a skill that it is difficult to find resources for. These task cards were very helpful!"
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I hope you find this resource beneficial in your classroom.
Please remember that these activities are for just you and your students.
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