Reading & Writing: Look at the Evidence
When writing about literature or writing an essay that is not dependent on a text, one of the most important concepts students must master is the use of evidence. Let's take a close look at how authors use and create evidence. What are the most common types of evidence? How is evidence used to add details to writing? and How do we recognize good evidence? Buckle up, gather close, and take a look with us!
TTESS 1.4 Activities
TTESS 2.2 Content Knowledge and Expertise
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