Reflection: Complex Tasks Using Textual Evidence - Section 1: Review


Throughout the year, students have attempted to incorporate textual evidence into their writing.  We brainstormed a list of “Textual Evidence Verbs” that are on the Word Wall and in their notebooks for reference.  They are still struggling to use textual evidence as part of a sentence, rather than an added on idea.

 I created this Textual Evidence Power Point, so students can get some guided practice incorporating the “Textual Evidence Verbs” and the evidence in their writing.

  Textual Evidence Verbs
  Complex Tasks: Textual Evidence Verbs
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Using Textual Evidence

Unit 2: Writing
Lesson 12 of 13

Objective: SWBAT use appropriate verbs to create cohesion while incorporating textual evidence.

Big Idea: Don't Dangle - Incorporate Textual Evidence into your writing.

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