The Possibility of Evil - Incorporating Quotations from Text

The Possibility of Evil - Incorporating Quotations from Text
The Possibility of Evil - Incorporating Quotations from Text
The Possibility of Evil - Incorporating Quotations from Text
The Possibility of Evil - Incorporating Quotations from Text
The Possibility of Evil - Incorporating Quotations from Text
The Possibility of Evil - Incorporating Quotations from Text
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This handout gives students basic instructions on how to properly integrate quotations into text using MLA citations. There are examples of how students often (and incorrectly) use quotation in their writing, and then there is an example of how it should be done. Furthermore, there are examples (using Shirley Jackson's short story "The Possibility of Evil") for students to begin practicing with.

However, there is also a section that goes beyond just including quotations for evidence and extends to an activity illustrating the importance of explaining the significance of a quotation. This is where the handout becomes more analytic in nature. Again, there is an example, and room for students to try it for themselves.
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3 pages
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Teaching Duration
50 minutes
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