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But can't I just cut and paste? No! Teaching students to reference their material properly is very important! As is knowing the difference between a primary and secondary source.
Citing Sources: A Quick and Graphic Guide from Kate Hart (did I cite this ok?)  This is great - such a fun tool for middle school learners. Excellent tool to get them on the right path on understanding how to cite source and avoid plagiarism

Kate Hart: Citing Sources: A Quick and Graphic Guide to Avoiding Plagiarism. Harry Potter characters give examples of what is/isn't plagiarizing :) This would look great in my classroom

Helping Students Avoid Plagiarism | Composition Studies | Learnist

Helping Students Avoid Plagiarism [Love this flowchart! Great for an English classroom]

Comparing and Contrasting Firsthand and Secondhand Accounts.  This blog post includes an anchor chart, freebies, interactive notebook templates, and task cards to help you teach this tricky concept!

Analyzing Firsthand and Secondhand Accounts

FREEBIE Teaching With a Mountain View: Analyzing Firsthand and Secondhand Accounts Like this.

Library Displays: Who said that? Great Bulletin Board Ideas- Love this one!

could do a preschool version with cartoon characters.

Students will have the opportunity to decide what reference sources they should use.  They hvae to decide between: thesaurus, encyclopedia, diction...

Super Sleuth Reference Sources Task Cards

Super Sleuth Reference Sources Task Cards by Ms-Lies

Awesome Explanation on The Difference Between Primary and Secondary Sources for Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Awesome Explanation on The Difference Between Primary and Secondary Sources for Students

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: Awesome Explanation on The Difference Between Primary and Secondary Sources for Students

The Using Primary Sources to Meet Common Core State Standards Bulletin Board Set features four charts that can be used as a teaching tool to introduce, review, or reinforce a student’s knowledge of primary sources. Chart One defines primary sources. Chart Two identifies types of primary sources. Chart Three defines secondary sources and gives examples. Chart Four explains how to evaluate primary sources. Aligned with the Literacy in History/Social Studies strand of the English Language Arts…

Using Primary Sources to Meet Common Core State Standards Bulletin Board Set

Using Primary Sources to Meet Common Core State Standards Bulletin Board Set by carson-dellosa

I would love to have this in my writing center by my reference books!

Using Resource Books Sort

The purpose of this activity is to give students the opportunity to practice and identify the many uses for the dictionary, encyclopedia, thesaurus...

References Sort

References Materials Sort The purpose of this activity is to give students the opportunity to practice and identify the many uses for the dictionary, encyclopedia, thesaurus and atlas. The students will sort different questions about reference books under

Miss Jenny's Classroom. Reference. Board Cover

Miss Jenny's Classroom. Reference. Board Cover

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