Citing Evidence Lesson 2

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Citing Evidence Lesson 2

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  1. Step 1: Analyze the prompt.

    Slide 1 - Step 1: Analyze the prompt.

    • Read the prompt
    • Highlight or underline things you are asked to do, statements like:
    • Explain the main idea…
    • Describe the character…
    • Use 3 examples from the passage…
    • Prompt: Explain what kind of girl Goldilocks was. Use 1-2 details from the text to support your answer.
    • Prompt: Explain what kind of girl Goldilocks was. Use 1-2 details from the text to support your answer.
    • How to use ACE and Cite Evidence
  2. Step 2: Apply the “A” from the ACE Strategy.

    Slide 2 - Step 2: Apply the “A” from the ACE Strategy.

    • A= Answer the prompt or the question.
    • Prompt: Explain what kind of girl Goldilocks was. Use 1-2 details from the text to support your answer.
    • This would be your topic sentence.
    • Example: Goldilocks is a mischievous little girl.
    • How to use ACE and Cite Evidence
  3. Step 3: Apply the “C” from the ACE Strategy.

    Slide 3 - Step 3: Apply the “C” from the ACE Strategy.

    • C= Cite evidence from the text.
    • This is one or two of your detail sentences.
    • What is citing?
    • Citing is mentioning evidence from a text in your writing.
    • A common mistake is giving evidence without telling where you found it.
    • Example: I know she was mischievous because the text describes how she broke into the Bears’ house, ate their food, and broke their chairs. That’s illegal and you could go to jail if you get caught.
    • How to use ACE and Cite Evidence
    • Here’s my evidence!
    • How do I know that’s not just your opinion?
    • The text says…
    • The text describes…
    • The narrator said…
    • In the story…
    • On page 4 it says…
    • In paragraph 2, the author states…
  4. Step 4: Apply the “E” from the ACE Strategy.

    Slide 4 - Step 4: Apply the “E” from the ACE Strategy.

    • E= Expand your answer.
    • This is one or two of your details sentences and your concluding sentence.
    • You can expand your answer by:
    • Describing a personal connection
    • Making a comment (state your opinion, etc.)
    • Making a prediction
    • Example: I think Goldilocks' mom is going to be angry when she gets home. Her mom will probably ground her too. I have been in this predicament before, and it’s not fun. Hopefully Goldilocks learned her lesson from this experience.
    • How to use ACE and Cite Evidence
  5. Quick ReviewPrompt: Explain what kind of girl Goldilocks was. Use 1-2 details from the text to support your answer.

    Slide 5 - Quick ReviewPrompt: Explain what kind of girl Goldilocks was. Use 1-2 details from the text to support your answer.

    • Answer
    • The
    • Question
    • Goldilocks was a mischievous little girl.
    • Cite
    • Evidence
    • From
    • the Text
    • I know she was mischievous because the text describes how she broke into the Bears’ house, ate their food, and broke their chairs. That’s illegal and you could go to jail if you get caught.
    • Expand
    • Your
    • Answer
    • I think Goldilocks' mom is going to be angry when she gets home. Her mom will probably ground her too. I have been in this predicament before, and it’s not fun. Hopefully Goldilocks learned her lesson from this experience.
    • A
    • C
    • E
  6. Scoring Rubric

    Slide 6 - Scoring Rubric

    • 3 Points- Advanced
    • The response provides a complete answer to the task, e.g., a statement that offers a correct answer as well as text-based support. The response provides specific, appropriate and accurate details (e.g., naming, describing, explaining, or comparing) or examples.
    • 2 Points- Proficient
    • The response provides a partial answer to the task, e.g., indicates some awareness of the task and at least one text-based detail. The response attempts to provide sufficient, appropriate details (e.g., naming, describing, explaining, or comparing) or examples; may contain minor inaccuracies.
    • 1 Point-Basic
    • The response provides an incomplete answer to the task, e.g., indicating either a misunderstanding of the task or no text-based details. The response provides insufficient or inappropriate details or examples that have a major effect on accuracy. The response consists entirely of relevant copied text.
    • 0  Points-Below Basic
    • The response provides insufficient material for scoring. The response is inaccurate in all aspects.
  7. The ACE Strategy and Math

    Slide 7 - The ACE Strategy and Math

    • Answer the problem!
    • Compute your work!
    • Explain how you got
    • your answer!
  8. Prompt: There are 29 NBL teams. Each team is allowed to have 12 active players and 3 on injured reserve. How many players are in the NBL at any one time?

    Slide 8 - Prompt: There are 29 NBL teams. Each team is allowed to have 12 active players and 3 on injured reserve. How many players are in the NBL at any one time?

    • The ACE Strategy and Math
  9. Scoring Rubric

    Slide 9 - Scoring Rubric

    • 3 Points- Advanced
    • The response provides a complete answer to the task, e.g., a statement that offers a correct answer as well as text-based support. The response provides specific, appropriate and accurate details (e.g., naming, describing, explaining, or comparing) or examples.
    • 2 Points- Proficient
    • The response provides a partial answer to the task, e.g., indicates some awareness of the task and at least one text-based detail. The response attempts to provide sufficient, appropriate details (e.g., naming, describing, explaining, or comparing) or examples; may contain minor inaccuracies.
    • 1 Point-Basic
    • The response provides an incomplete answer to the task, e.g., indicating either a misunderstanding of the task or no text-based details. The response provides insufficient or inappropriate details or examples that have a major effect on accuracy. The response consists entirely of relevant copied text.
    • 0  Points-Below Basic
    • The response provides insufficient material for scoring. The response is inaccurate in all aspects.
  10. When you read a short passage, story, or an article and answer a question that asks you to write about that text, it is called a constructed response.

    Slide 10 - When you read a short passage, story, or an article and answer a question that asks you to write about that text, it is called a constructed response.

    • You can have constructed response questions in any of your classes.
    • A constructed response requires you to answer a prompt and write a paragraph(s), citing evidence from the text that you are reading.
    • We learned to use and apply the ACE writing strategy to write a paragraph and cite evidence.
    • Summary
  11. Define constructed response

    Slide 11 - Define constructed response

    • Understand the purpose of citing evidence when writing
    • Identity and explain the ACE writing strategy
    • Apply the ACE writing strategy and cite evidence when writing
    • Review ObjectivesCan you do it?
  12. Dig Deeper

    Slide 12 - Dig Deeper

    • Score the student’s constructed response using the PSSA rubric.