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ACES. Responding to open-ended questions in writing. Address the Prompt. The question is accurately paraphrased. The question is answered correctly and evidences deep understanding of the text. * Address the Prompt: Skills. Read the prompt entirely through once.

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ACES

Responding to open-ended questions in writing.


Address the prompt
Address the Prompt

  • The question is accurately paraphrased.

  • The question is answered correctly and evidences deep understanding of the text.


Address the prompt skills
*Address the Prompt: Skills

  • Read the prompt entirely through once.

  • Underline or circle the portions that you absolutely must know.

  • Underline or circle important phrases.

  • Think about how you will address the prompt.

    Do NOT plagiarize the prompt!

    PARAPHRASE.


*Prompt: How does the author convey the theme that education is valuable? Cite textual evidence to support your response.

Throughout “Graduation,” Jon Krupp illustrates the significance of education and the manner in which it should not be taken for granted. Krupp communicates this theme through/by…


Two body paragraphs
*Two Body Paragraphs

  • TS (Topic Sentence)

  • LCD (Lead-in TO Concrete Detail)

  • CM (Commentary)

  • CS (Concluding Sentence)


Cite evidence concrete detail
Cite Evidence(Concrete Detail)

  • Two or more pieces of insightful evidence are provided, are relevant to the question, and support the answer.

  • Evidence must have a LEAD-IN!

    • Ex: While at the store, Jane said, “Gee, I’m hungry” (33).


Explain commentary
Explain(Commentary)

  • The explanation of the evidence is insightful and sophisticated.

  • DO NOT JUST SUMMARIZE WHAT HAPPENED!


Statement of significance concluding sentence
Statement of Significance(Concluding Sentence)

  • The statement of significance is clear and insightful.

  • So what? Why is this important? How does everything you just said tie back to your thesis?


Throughout “Graduation,” Jon Krupp illustrates the significance of education and the manner in which it should not be taken for granted. Krupp communicates this theme through/by…

  • TS –

  • LCD –

  • CM –

  • CS -


Now you
Now You significance of education and the manner in which it should not be taken for granted. Krupp communicates this theme through/by…

  • Finish the rest of the SGA following the format we just reviewed.

  • Remember, read the prompt first and let that guide your annotation.


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