Citing Text Evidence Scaffold Activity

To cite or not to cite, that IS the question some students ask as they attempt to answer written response questions. Some students also have difficulty  understanding how to cite textual evidence or what should be included when they cite from the text.

Citing Text Evidence Scaffold Activity

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This resource provides a strategy the students can easily recall and use while responding to a written-response question.

The R.A.C.E.S. acronym for citing text evidence can be used to support a statement or written response questions. Labeling the citing text evidence process allows students to see the connection between the steps when answering evidence-based questions. It will give the students support on what should be                                                  included in the citing text evidence process.

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