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Copy of Citing Textual Evidence

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Katie Mackie

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Transcript of Copy of Citing Textual Evidence

No need for quotation marks!
Don't forget quotation marks!
Olaf has never experienced summer before. In the story he says, "I've always loved the idea of summer . . . and all things hot," even though he would melt in the summer heat.
Citing Textual Evidence
Using quotes to cite textual evidence
Paraphrasing to cite textual evidence
Make an inference about Olaf:

Cite textual evidence to support your inference:
The animated comedy-adventure has a sweet and very modern message, plus strong characters. More important, the movie blends the music-minded mentality of yore with the more recent ambition of truly appealing to all ages.
-The Washington Post
"We need Elsa to bring back summer," Kristoff explained.

"Oh, I don't know why, but I've always loved the idea of summer, and sun, and all things hot," said Olaf the snowman.

Incredulously, Olaf starts singing a song about all of the things he'll do in summer as Kristoff an Anna watch.
Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Using details from the text
What is "Citing Textual Evidence"?
Inference: Frozen is a good movie.
Paraphrasing to cite textual evidence
"Use details from the text to support your answer"

1. Make an inference
(not written in the text)
2. Support your inference
(prove it!)

The Washington Post credits strong characters, catchy music, and a meaningful moral message to the success of the movie.

Use the general ideas, but not the exact wording!
Citing Textual Evidence
Using quotes to cite textual evidence
Sentence starters
The author states that_____
In the text____
On page_____ it said____
An example is______
I know because________
Using Quotes to Cite Textual Evidence
Using a sentence starter explain how the narrator feels about his cousin?
Using Quotes to cite Text Evience
Answer the following question
State your answer
Support your answer with a quote from the book
Why did the narrator feel like he had to jump?
What did You Learn?
Do you feel that you understand how to cite textual evidence?
What helped you understand textual evidence the most?
What are you still confused about?
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