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i can gather and organize my ideas for the performance task
I can gather and organize my ideas for the performance task.

Today, we will begin working on our performance task by gathering and organizing our ideas.

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I can gather and organize my ideas for the performance task.

Thesis

Even though physical strength plays an important role in sports, mental strength is an even more important asset to athletes.

While it’s important for athletes to be able to strategize and make decisions, ultimately, physical strength and ability to play the game is more important.

Although most people associate athleticism with physical strength, mental ability is equally important for athletes.

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I can gather and organize my ideas for the performance task.

What should I say in my explanation?

Your explanation should connect your evidence back to the point you are trying to prove (thesis).

Your explanation shouldn’t be used to restate the information that was presented in the quote.

You should be analyzing the quote, not just repeating it.

Let’s look at an example together…

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I can gather and organize my ideas for the performance task.

While physical strength and skill might help an athlete to compete, mental agility is necessary when it comes to developing and executing strategies on the field.

“But if Folk had missed the extra point, then the Jets would have been ahead by only eight points, and the Vikings would have been able to tie the game…”

By going for the easy touchdown, the Jets allowed the Vikings an opportunity to tie the game.

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  • Is this a good explanation? Why or why not?
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I can gather and organize my ideas for the performance task.

By going for the easy touchdown, the Jets allowed the Vikings an opportunity to tie the game.

This explanation summarizes the information presented in the quote, but fails to offer any actual analysis on the part of the student.

Now, let’s see a better example.

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I can gather and organize my ideas for the performance task.

While physical strength and skill might help an athlete to compete, mental agility is necessary when it comes to developing and executing strategies on the field.

“But if Folk had missed the extra point, then the Jets would have been ahead by only eight points, and the Vikings would have been able to tie the game…”

This quote shows how in the fast-paced game of football, a player’s ability to make quick, smart decisions is just as important as his ability to score a touchdown.

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