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Using "All Summer in a Day" to Practice Citing Textual Evidence

Using "All Summer in a Day" to Practice Citing Textual Evidence
Using "All Summer in a Day" to Practice Citing Textual Evidence
Using "All Summer in a Day" to Practice Citing Textual Evidence
Using "All Summer in a Day" to Practice Citing Textual Evidence
Using "All Summer in a Day" to Practice Citing Textual Evidence
Using "All Summer in a Day" to Practice Citing Textual Evidence
Using "All Summer in a Day" to Practice Citing Textual Evidence
Using "All Summer in a Day" to Practice Citing Textual Evidence
Product Description
This is the perfect practice your students need to successfully cite textual evidence! This product consists of a one-page worksheet with five questions about Ray Bradbury's short story, "All Summer in a Day," five half pages with the same questions, and one page with a list of key literary terms. After a mini-lesson on citing textual evidence, I have my students read the short story in groups and then complete the one-page worksheet individually, using the list of key terms as a reference. I then assign each group one question by handing them one of the half pages. I ask each group to discuss and answer the question they were given together and prepare to present their answers to the class. As groups present, the students add to and modify their answers on their individual worksheets.
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5 pages
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