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Academic Language

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Meagan Morris

on 13 November 2015

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Transcript of Academic Language

Text Evidence:
What does it mean?
Turn and talk about what you think these terms mean.
Today we will:
Use text evidence to learn more.
We will research WWI as it draws to a close.
Searching for peace:
At the 11th hour on the 11th day on the 11th month, the Great War ends. The First World War left 9 million dead and 21 million wounded. In addition, at least 5 millions civilians died.

How we provide evidence
of learning:
We can provide evidence of learning through text evidence.
For example:
I can tell you information that was stated on the previous slide, but it is important that I can support my knowledge.
Let's Research:
Group Work:
turn to page 688 in your Social Studies textbook.
Exit Ticket:
Text evidence is important because____.
3 things I learned
2 facts
1 question
What can provide text evidence:
Non-fiction trade books
Text Evidence Is:

The proof of what you have learned.
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