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Open-ended Response. It’s when you write a brief essay from a question given to you. Example: In The Three Little Pigs , how did the wolf feel when the pig wouldn’t let him in? Give evidence from the passage to support your answer. P-E-E Strategy. Yes, we are learning to P-E-E today!

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open ended response
Open-ended Response
  • It’s when you write a brief essay from a question given to you.
    • Example: In The Three Little Pigs, how did the wolf feel when the pig wouldn’t let him in? Give evidence from the passage to support your answer.
p e e strategy
P-E-E Strategy
  • Yes, we are learning to P-E-E today!
  • What it stands for:
  • P-Prove (what you are going to argue; the point you’re going to make)
  • E-Evidence (your evidence is what you are quoting from the text)
  • E-Explain [explain how the quote helps prove your point (How do “P” and the first “E” connect?)]
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P-E-E Strategy

Let’s break it down!

  • P-E-E (Prove/Evidence/Explain)
  • P-Restate the question into the point you’re going to make
  • Question: In The Three Little Pigs, how did the wolf feel when the pig wouldn’t let him in? Give evidence from the passage to support your answer.
  • P-In The Three Little Pigs, the big bad wolf felt angry when the pigs wouldn’t let him into their houses.
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P-E-E Strategy
  • Let’s break it down!
  • PEE (Prove/Evidence/Explain)
  • E-Evidence (your supporting evidence by quoting from the text)
    • For example, the book says, “The little pig just laughed at him and said, ‘No, no, not by the hair of my chinny, chin, chin.”
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P-E-E Strategy
  • Let’s break it down!
  • PEE (Prove/Evidence/Explain)
  • E-Explain [tell what the quote/evidence means and why it proves your point (“P”)]
    • This quote shows that the wolf became so angry and upset because the pigs wouldn’t let them in their houses, all while laughing at him, that he lost his cool and blew their houses down. This wasn’t a smart move on the wolf’s part; in the end, the wolf suffered a lot.
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P-E-E Strategy

Put it all together…

In The Three Little Pigs, the big bad wolf felt angry when the pigs wouldn’t let him into their houses. For example, the book says, “The little pig just laughed at him and said, ‘No, no, not by the hair of my chinny, chin, chin.” This quote shows that the wolf became so angry and upset because the pigs wouldn’t let them in their houses, all while laughing at him, that he lost his cool and blew their houses down. This wasn’t a smart move on the wolf’s part; in the end, the wolf suffered a lot.

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P-E-E Strategy
  • Now, it’s your turn:

Question: How does Goldilocks feel after eating the last bowl of porridge, in Goldilocks and the Three Bears?

Remember to:

P-prove (your point)

E-evidence from the text

E-explainhow the “P” and “E” connect

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P-E-E Strategy
  • Now, it’s YOUR turn:

Question: How does Goldilocks feel after eating the last bowl of porridge, in Goldilocks and the Three Bears?

Remember to:

P-prove (your point)

P-In The Three Little Pigs, the big bad wolf felt angry when the pigs wouldn’t let him into their houses.

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P-E-E Strategy
  • Now, it’s YOUR turn:

Question: How does Goldilocks feel after eating the last bowl of porridge, in Goldilocks and the Three Bears?

Remember to:

E-evidence from the text

For example, the book says, “The little pig just laughed at him and said, ‘No, no, not by the hair of my chinny, chin, chin.’” (lines 10-12)

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P-E-E Strategy
  • Now, it’s YOUR turn:

Question: How does Goldilocks feel after eating the last bowl of porridge, in Goldilocks and the Three Bears?

Remember to:

E-explainhow the “P” and “E” connect

    • This quote shows that the wolf became so angry and upset because the pigs wouldn’t let them in their houses, all while laughing at him, that he lost his cool and blew their houses down. This wasn’t a smart move on the wolf’s part; in the end, the wolf suffered a lot.