ICE Quotes - Spring Lake Park Schools

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ICE Quotes
Learning Target:
 Evaluate Topic Sentences and
ICE quotes to improve my own
writing.
Topic Sentence
 Topic Sentence (TS)–
states the title of the
novel/piece of literature and
includes the topic and the
writer’s opinion. (Does not
use personal pronouns.)
This is the first sentence of a
paragraphs.
What is ICE?
 I: Introduce -
Gives brief background or
information about the QUOTE.
 C: Cite – Provides a quote that supports
the writer’s opinion, gives information
about who wrote the passage you are
quoting, uses direct words from the text in
quotation marks.
 E: Explain – Explains to the reader how the
quote supports the writer’s opinion.
Scores – Write it down!
 3 – means you got it!!!
You really
know how to do this.
 2 – means you are catching on
and mostly know how to do this.
You just need to keep practicing.
 1 – means you are still learning
and will need some further
instruction on ICE quotes.
 0 – means you did not attempt it
or forgot about it.
You score it.
Draw this chart in your journal.
Score the following paragraph using the
3, 2, 1, 0 scoring.
Example
#1
Topic
Sentence
Introduce
Cite
Explain
Overall
Example
#2
Example
#3
Example
#4
Example #5
You score it - Example #1
Be ready to say why you gave
it the score you did!
Captin Jaggery is best
described as proper. One example
is that he is proper is that he is
always dressed up nicely and
never in old clothes. Also he treat
Charlotte with respect. Avi write “A
ship, Miss Doyle, I will be the first
to admit is not the most
wholesome place for a refined
young lady like yourself. That
shows he is talking to her like a
gentlemen.
How I scored it.
Example
#1
Topic
Sentence
2
Introduce
1
Cite
2
Explain
2
Overall
2
Example#2
Example#3
Example#4
Example #5
You score it – Example #2
The character captain Jaggery in
the novel “The true confessions of
charlotte Doyle by Avi, can be described
as orderly. One example is when Captain
Jaggery says “I am a punctilious man.
Miss Doyle. Without order there is chaos.
Chaos on shipboard is sailing without a
rudder.” this proves Captain Jaggery is
orderly because Jaggery talk of how order
is needed on the Seahawk.
How I scored it.
Example
#1
Example #2
Topic
Sentence
2
3
Introduce
1
0
Cite
2
3
Explain
2
2
2
2
Overall
Example #3
Example #4
Example #5
You score it – Example #3
The character, Captain Jaggery,
in the novel The True Confessions of
Charlotte Doyle by Avi, can be described
as fastidious. Captain Jaggery introduces
himself by telling Charlotte, “I am a
punctilious man, Miss Doyle. Without
order there is chaos. Chaos on shipboard
is sailing without a rudder.” This
quotations shows Captain Jaggery is
fastidious because he is very hard to
please, and he is the tough captain and
he is the boss.
How I scored it.
Example
#1
Example
#2
Example
#3
Topic
Sentence
2
3
3
Introduce
1
0
2
Cite
2
3
3
Explain
2
2
3
2
2
3
Overall
Example
#4
Example
#5
You score it – Example #4
The character Captain jaggery in the
novel True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle by
Avi, can be described as proper. Captain
jaggery is on the ship and talking to Charlotte
about his ship. The author writes “A ship, Miss
Doyle, I will be the first to admit, is not themost
wholesome place for a refined young lady like
yourself.” This quote shows that Captain
Jaggey is proper is because he knows what
Charlotte expects because they are both from
the same class. Also because he knows that
the ship is not a place for Charlotte Doyle.
How I scored it.
Example
#1
Example
#2
Example#3
Example#4
Topic
Sentence
2
3
3
3
Introduce
1
0
2
3
Cite
2
3
3
3
Explain
2
2
3
3
2
2
3
3
Overall
Example #5
You score it – Example #5
In the book “The True
Confessions of Charlotte Doyle” I
would describe Captain Jaggery as
very proper. Captain Jaggery said
“A ship, Miss Doyle, I will be the
first to admit, is not the most
wholesome place for a refined
young lady like yourself.” I thought
that was very proper of him the
way he talks and treats Charlotte.
How I scored it.
Example
#1
Example #2
Example #3
Example #4
Example #5
Topic
Sentence
2
3
3
3
2
Introduce
1
0
2
3
0
Cite
2
3
3
3
3
Explain
2
2
3
3
1
2
2
3
3
1
Overall
Characterize Charlotte

Write a topic sentence, ICE quote, and concluding sentence.

Characterize Charlotte as she is in chapters 1 – 12. Use an
adjective to describe her in your topic sentence, provide an ICE
quote to support it, include a concluding sentence to sum up.

List of adjectives: (Not all are accurate.)
 Curious
 Naïve
 Apprehensive
 Proper
 Presumptuous
 Well-mannered

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