Embedding Quotes Worksheets To Print:
Jump In - Rewrite each given quotation as an embedded quote.
In-Text Citations - We explore this technique and give you a series of steps to help you achieve it.
Cut Down - You will work with a length series of sentences and rewrite it all in a single clear and concise sentence.
Errors - You presented with work that is riddled in errors. You must post all the corrections.
3 Strategies - You will work on using all these techniques and applying it to same information to help you see the differences.
Science of Drawing - The text below is from The Practice and Science of Drawing by
Harold Bloom. Choose three quotations from the passage. On a separate sheet
of paper, write three sentences that each includes an embedded quote from the passage.
Reference Sheet for Introducing - If you get stuck on how to introduce a quote, or you find you are using the same
signal word(s) too often, refer to the reference sheet for ideas.
Signal Phrases - These help present a context for your audience to evaluate and use.
Using Citations - You will get more practice with this particular strategy to help you master it in your own writing.
Before You Submit Your Paper - This is a checklist for students to help them make sure they covered all loose ends before they pass it off to be graded.
More Practice - We have you evaluate the work of the author. Make sure to read the entire thing.
Susan B. Anthony - Evaluate one of her 1873 speeches and see how she uses the techniques that we have explored in this topic.