Referring to Evidence in a Text

Curriculum support5 minsFREE

Key takeaways
How to use 'stand-alone' quotations.
How to use embedded quotations.
How to use references and line numbers.
Kitan CoxHost: As an experienced secondary English teacher, I have taught GCSE and A-Level English (Language and Literature), Media Studies, Extended Project Qualification, Critical Thinking and Drama in a wide range of educational settings in London and Surrey (outstanding secondary schools, academies and a further education college). I am also been involved in motivating students through extracurricular activities inside and outside of school. Additionally, I have a certificate in Life Coaching.

Knowing how to refer to evidence in a text is important because it can help you support your ideas, help you answer questions more fully, and it allows you to make specific comments. This class will enable students to feel confident about using quotations and textual references as evidence and reading texts more critically by showing them how to use different quotations and reference those quotations. This class is aimed at Years 7 - 9 but is a great refresher for any student!

Related Classes: Understanding New Vocabulary in ContextKnowing the Purpose of a TextCritical Reading and Comprehension

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Suitable for:

This class is suitable for students in Years 7 - 9.

Class requirements:
You will need a laptop or device with internet connection to watch the class, as well as a pen and notepad for taking notes.
What to expect:
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