Use these 3 pages to strengthen students' writing while responding to text.
Page 1: Introductory Page (helps define quoting/paraphrasing/inferring based on teacher's definition and gives correct and incorrect examples of paraphrasing and inferring)
Page 2: Practice Page (students will insert paraphrasing and inference starters into a summary frame: **a non-fiction text is to be provided by the teacher and **students should have some experience with summarizing since writing frame is for summarizing using main idea/details)
Page 3: Students or teachers will record a prompt/writing assignment or students can write freely in order to practice incorporating quotes, paraphrasing, and inferring into their writing pieces.
Teachers/students choose the texts of any length, at any reading level. Designed for multiple uses, multi-use.
Flexible use options:
-use with fiction and/or non-fiction
-use with whole class, small group, or for remediation
-use to bridge reading and writing
-use to supplement ANY reading or writing program
-use as part of an introductory lesson or as an intervention or for strengthening/fine-tuning
-use as an assessment
-use as part of a project or HW packet
-use for independent reading/SSR/DEAR
-use pages separately or in a packet: use one page, both, or all
-use with articles or short stories or non-fiction narratives from teacher-purchased books or on-line resources
-use as part of a lesson for note-taking
-use with social studies or science texts