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Use these high-interest, bite-sized passages to help your students learn to paraphrase.

Paraphrasing is a difficult skill to master. These bite-sized paragraph task cards can make it easier. Comes with sample answer key and a PARAphrase It!

Teach your middle school and high school students how to properly paraphrase…

SMARTePlans Digital Writing: Paraphrasing, Quoting, Summarizing

Lessons to help your students learn to paraphrase properly.

Research Skills: Learning to Paraphrase

Teach your students to paraphrase, not plagiarize! What I do quite often -- even when I do dialog in creative nonfiction is paraphrase unless i am publishing a troll's e-mail and their e-mail address is the byline.

Teach your secondary students how to paraphrase, summarize, and quote with this engaging resource.

Paraphrasing, Quoting, and Summarizing

Blog post about teaching your students the difference between quoting, summarizing, and paraphrasing!

teaching your students the difference between quoting, summarizing, and paraphrasing

This mini-unit teaches middle and high school students about informational texts in order to make them better argumentative essay writers.

Argument Writing Unit for Secondary ELA

That’s Plagiarism?: Teaching Paraphrase Skills to Pre-university Students VERY EFFECTIVE!

That’s Plagiarism?: Teaching Paraphrase Skills to Pre-university Students: Gotta remember to check out this site later when I've got time

How to avoid plagiarizing when writing a summary (includes both APA and MLA formats)

Main Idea Writing a Summary: Common Core Informative/Explanatory Writing

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