Textual Evidence teaches students how to use a quote in MLA format. This lesson explains what MLA format is and why it is necessary to use it. It includes practice activities and an easy three-step process towards writing MLA style quotes.
✓ One high-quality PowerPoint presentation
✓ Notes on MLA format
✓ MLA format practice activity
✓ Three-step process for writing MLA style quotes
✓ Stretch activity
✓ Exit ticket
✓ Student handout on MLA format
Teacher directions are included in the notes section of the PowerPoint presentation.
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