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S.E.E. Statements

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Josh Dronen

on 27 September 2016

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Transcript of S.E.E. Statements

Statement
Evidence
Evaluation

Statement
Evidence
Evaluation
A Strategy to Improve Writing
Text Based Evidence
What?
Statement
Evidence
Evaluation
These are the three main components
that every well-supported writing response should include.
WHY?
How?
This can be used for many different
types of writing including reading
responses, literary analysis, research
paper and essays
S.E.E. Statements will help you use text-based evidence in a structured writing response
What?
A specific claim that
addresses the prompt
Topic Sentence
Why?
How?
You must make a
specific claim or point
Shows understanding of prompt
Guide for your entire writing response
First sentence in your writing response
Restate Prompt + because + Specific Claim = Statement
What?
Why?
How?
Text-Based Evidence
Quotes, Examples, Facts, Details
Validates your claim
Shows understanding of text
Make sure to introduce the quote properly
Your evidence must support your statement
One is good, two is better
What?
Why?
How?
Give a detailed explanation of the statement
Analyze any themes
Determine importance
How do the quotes support your claim?
Why is this relevant?
Relate it to you and the world around you
This is where you explain the claim you have made.
This should be the longest part of your response
Show your understanding of the text
Explain your claim and quotes
Critically analyze the text
Extend your thinking beyond the text and make connections
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