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ACE

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Leslie King

on 13 September 2017

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Transcript of ACE

what the quote means and how it supports your answer
context (where did the quote come from? background?)
E
(xplain)
the question completely.
Include the question in the answer.
Don't be redundant- keep it concise.
A

(nswer)
use evidence that directly support your answer
direct- use quotes ""
cite! (in text)
C
(ite text)
Introduce the quote
the author says...
An example of this is....
According to the text...


Don't just throw a quote in at the end!
Ways to use evidence
**directly after the quote**
(Author's Last Name Page #)
- no first names
- no p. or pg.
- use parentheses

(Myers 11) (Fanning 22)
(Lieberman 39) (Haddix 44) (Mendoza 56)

("Title" Page #)
if there is no author
("Options" 28)

How to Cite Evidence
1. watch the short video "The Emperor's New Clothes."
2. then answer the question using ACE

Q: What character trait is revealed
about the emperor through his actions as the story unfolds? (How would you best describe the Emperor?) Choose one trait and back it up with textual evidence.

Practice
Citing Evidence with ACE

WE WILL USE THIS FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR!!
*Get used to this now… for the remainder of your education, you will be asked to support your ideas and opinions with facts from outside sources. *In this class, you will be asked to support your opinions with ideas from the unit readings.
*This shows you understand the readings and can process them to apply elsewhere.
*This is especially important on the OPEN BOOK QUIZ, where you will be asked to ANSWER THE EXPERT QUESTION

REMEMBER...
Use the reading/s to explain your ideas. Don’t just stick it in at the end.
Make sure you introduce where the idea/quote is coming from and use quotation marks or underlining! (whichever is appropriate) Explain your evidence– make sure it feels like it belongs.
Cite it! Author’s last name and page number in parentheses. (if no author, use the title)
ANSWERS WITHOUT EVIDENCE FROM A UNIT READING WILL NOT BE GRADED!!!
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