Reflection: Checks for Understanding Combining Fact and Thought to Write the Research Essay - Section 1: Do Now: Correct the Citation


It took students some time to figure out how to correct the in-text citation. As was, I moved on because I knew we would talk about it again momentarily and that I would be giving feedback as students drafted. However, if I had been moving into some other aspect of research writing, their slow response time would have been a red flag that more practice was needed. A worksheet would have been applicable in that scenario.

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Combining Fact and Thought to Write the Research Essay

Unit 8: Research Writing
Lesson 4 of 8

Objective: SWBAT incorporate cited text from research sources and their own thoughts to write a research essay with smooth flow.

Big Idea: She said, he said, I said--incorporating research into the essay.

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