Review Skill-Constructed Response
Yesterday we read an article that taught us about the Encyclopedia Britannica. We also discussed various types of text features that can be found in informational texts.
Today we will once again use the
Encyclopedia Britannica article.
The article is an example of an informational text. Remember that informational texts are written with the purpose of teaching the readers about a topic
Today we will use all that we learned from the Encyclopedia Britannica article in order to answer a question about the article. The type of question we will answer is called a
A constructed response question requires readers to construct, or build, a response to a question using support taken directly from the text.
Constructed responses are everywhere not just in the classroom or on a test. Nowadays you might see a constructed response on a survey or even on a college or job application.
We use the Acronym RACE-ED or
to help create perfect written responses
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