Reading requires students not only to form opinions about the text, but to learn to use the text to form educated responses. With so many personalities posting information out there, how can you teach a student to discern fact from opinion? Understanding and analyzing evidence is a good place to start. In the process, they will cite their sources using the MLA method. Exercises in reading text, researching origin, and using text evidence in an argument are rich and interesting. The text passages can be a conversation, a hypothetical, a bit of non-fiction, a narrative or an opinion. The selections are engaging and age-appropriate and the writing assignments have clear instructions. Answers are in the back. Reproducible for single home/classroom use. By Shell Education. 136 pages.
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