Citing Evidence is a major part of the Common Core State Standards. This three day lesson introduces the students to the difference between paraphrasing versus quoting. As well as the importance of using in-text citations and a works cited page. The lesson involves guided notes, practice activities, and a short research activity based upon the students individual names. It is scaffolded to allow for students to grasp this concept. It is high-interest and a good way to introduce this concept to your students.
Included in this file includes:
3 SmartBoard Lessons on the difference between paraphrasing versus quoting.
PDF versions of smart board lessons.
Cornell Notes Page
Citing Evidence Name Project (also listed separately)
If you would like only the Citing Evidence Name Project Guidelines, click here: Citing Evidence Name Project
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