WriterKey > What are the differences between Texts and Resources?

Document created by Digital Support on Jan 25, 2017Last modified by Digital Support on Nov 20, 2017
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  1. Texts are documents (e.g. reading passages) that students use as a stimulus for writing. Teachers can have students use the WriterKey Text Marking Tool to annotate these texts prior to responding to a prompt.
  2. Resources are supporting documents that help students on an assignment. Resource examples include Model Texts, an Assignment Sheet, a video, or background document. A web link can be used as a Resource but not as a Text (because it cannot be annotated).


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