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Respond to Quote

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Directions:

 

Create a new page from the "Respond to Quote Template"  Make sure you name it as directed in class (class code topic).  For instance, a seventh grade student whose code name is bojo would name the page "W7 Bojo Respond to Quote"

 

Once you have your own page,  start to complete the assignment.  If you have a question, write it in your text in colored text -- then email me.

   

 



Responding to a Quote Guidelines: (Blue Write Source, pages 274-276) Homework

 

Assignment:  Write a response to a quote.  Your response should have three paragraphs:

Paragraph 1: Grab the reader's attention with a question or fact.   Write the quote.  Write what the quote means in your own words.

Paragraph 2: Give an example of what the quote means to you by explaining an experience you have had.

Paragraph 3: Tell how your experience connects to the quote.  End with another restatement of the quote.

 


Possible Quotes -- choose one:

 

Writing is hard fun.

 

Full effort is full victory.

 

Honesty is the best policy.

 

Choose from the Quote page.


 

Prepare:

 

Prewrite--Think and List:

1. Select the quote ---write your choice:

 

 

2. Think about the quotation.

 

3. Restate it in your own words.

 

 

 

4. List personal experiences related to the quotation.

 

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5. Choose the experience that works best for you. Put a √ by it (Click option V on your keyboard).

 


Dare:

 

Draft your response:

1. Beginning--paragraph one: Grab the reader’s interest and restate the quote.

2. Middle--paragraph two: Add details of your experience-- describe your experience; use nifty nouns and vivid verbs.

3. End--paragraph three: Explain what the quote means to you by connecting the quote to the experience in the paragraph two.

 

Write your paragraphs here:

 

 

 

 

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