Teach Students How to Cite and Annotate Textual Evidence in 10 Lessons!
Students learn how to support their conclusions and opinions through textual evidence. Students’ abilities to think analytically and critically grow stronger by developing habits of argument. These habits help them analyze texts in order to find the details and ideas they need to cite and annotate correctly. Through 30 exercises, students acquire this skill for testing and college readiness.
Students will be able to:
- Locate and gather resources
- Interpret informational and fictional texts
- Provide in-text citations
- Create a bibliography
- Use proper MLA formatting
©2018. Middle school. 8 x 11 inches. 136 pages.
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