Supported Use of Quotes and Paraphrase in Literary Analysis – The Lottery by Shirley Jackson

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Are you looking for The Lottery activities? This quote literary analysis activity for Shirley Johnson’s The Lottery is a great way to help students practice embedding source quotes and paraphrases.

Students analyze quotes from the short story using the format of introduce, cite, and explain (ICE).

Ways to use this literary analysis activity:
✅ Traditional worksheet
✅ Interactive Notebook (ISN) spread
✅ Digital version

When students work on their analysis of The Lottery, they get so much out of using source quotes. This is excellent practice citing textual evidence.

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