Synthesize & Cite Evidence from Multiple Sources

Synthesize & Cite Evidence from Multiple Sources

About this Video

Synthesizing information from many sources is a common component within large-scale research writing projects. However, students need to be able to execute this same process during a simulated research task performed within a single testing session on a standardized reading assessment. Such simulated research tasks require students to read multiple texts and write an extended response citing evidence from all (or most) of the texts provided.

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About this Video

Synthesizing information from many sources is a common component within large-scale research writing projects. However, students need to be able to execute this same process during a simulated research task performed within a single testing session on a standardized reading assessment. Such simulated research tasks require students to read multiple texts and write an extended response citing evidence from all (or most) of the texts provided.

Subscribers are able to view the full article and accompanying video.

Questions: Contact webPD | 1-888-376-0448