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R.A.C.E WRITING STRATEGY CARD

Answering the Constructed Response Essay Question

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Introducing the RACE Method

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R.A.C.E.S. is a strategy that helps students answer short response questions in writing. Step 1: Restate the Question You must first know what the question is asking.

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stem to write your topic sentence. Answer the question - make sure to answer all parts of the question. If there are two questions, you should answer each question in its own paragraph. Cite evidence from the text. - You MUST RACE strategy Author: Joseph DeAngelis Created Date.

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The RACE Strategy. Answering open-ended response questions is an important task in fourth grade. We do this using the RACE strategy. We start off by R estating the question, A nswer the question C iting examples from the text, then E xplain how the EVIDENCE from the text supports your answer.. RACE Strategy for answering Questions about Reading. R ESTATE the question. R.A.C.E Writing Strategy Card: How to Answer Constructive Response Prompts Are your students ready for the PARCC? Standardized tests? Looking for a way to teach, "how to cite evidence?" --The RACE acronym has been around for as long as I can remember.4/5().

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RACE Writing Strategy: Anchor Chart & Planning Page The RACE writing strategy can be used answer constructed response and short answer questions. Restate, Answer, Cite, Explain Planning page comes color coded to match the graphic organizer as well as black and white. R.A.C.E.S: A Writing Strategy 1. Restate the question. I think or I believe 2. Answer the question I think EAUSE I believe EAUSE 3. Cite evidence to support answer In the reading passage. Or In the story.. 4. Expand/Explain How does it all fit together? 5. Sum it up. Closing statement but you do not restate what you have already said.