Paraphrase. This is a versatile paraphrasing activity that can be used many ways. Help your students understand paraphrasing. Teach the students the 3 steps of paraphrasing, read, think, and write in your own words. This paraphrase activity will give your students plenty of practice with paraphrasing.
Chose one passage to paraphrase and project it on the board. After your class has completed that first paraphrasing activity, give them a second passage to independently paraphrase. Next print the last 4 passages front to back to create a task page. Use this task page and a recording sheet as a Center/Station activity. Or you can use the passages as morning work.
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******More Common Core Resources that include Paraphrasing Practice******
Text Structure, Summarize, Paraphrase, Cite Evidence #1
Text Structure, Summarize, Paraphrase, Cite Evidence # 2
Text Structure, Paraphrase, Cite the Evidence #3
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