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Teach Your Child To Read Fast - Are parents always asking you how they can help their students become better readers? This list of questions is a quick way to help! - TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ and Enable Your Child to Become a Fast and Fluent Reader! Reading Response, Reading Intervention, Reading Resources, Reading Skills, Guided Reading Activities Ks2, Guided Reading Questions, Reading Homework, Reading Process, Guided Reading Lessons

Questions to Ask About Reading FREEBIE

A post with a FREEBIE to help families with what questions to ask about reading at home with their students. This powerful resource is a game changer!

in Writing Poster Use this free poster / anchor chart to help your students pull the supporting evidence and details out from the text.Use this free poster / anchor chart to help your students pull the supporting evidence and details out from the text. Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Teaching Resources, Academic Writing, Essay Writing, Opinion Writing, Persuasive Writing, 3rd Grade Writing, 4th Grade Reading
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Evidence in Writing Poster

Use this poster / anchor chart to help your students pull the supporting evidence and details out from the text. Graphics credit: KPM doodles...

Detectives- Find the Text Evidence FREEBIE Sampler FREE sampler of Super Text Detectives: Find the Text Evidence! I love these for introducing my kids to close reading- and my kids have tons of fun coloring their answers! Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Close Reading Strategies, Reading Comprehension Strategies, Reading Fluency, Reading Passages, Third Grade Reading
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Text Detectives- Find the Text Evidence FREEBIE Sampler!

FREE sampler of Super Text Detectives: Find the Text Evidence! I love these for introducing my kids to close reading- and my kids have tons of fun coloring their answers!

Citing text evidence chart, image only. 8th Grade Ela, 5th Grade Writing, 5th Grade Reading, Third Grade, Fourth Grade, Sixth Grade, Ela Anchor Charts, Reading Anchor Charts, Evidence Anchor Chart

Citing text evidence chart. Will give a copy to past in my ELL and Special Ed students' interactive science journal.

Citing text evidence chart, image only. 8th Grade Ela, 5th Grade Writing, 5th Grade Reading, Third Grade, Fourth Grade, Sixth Grade, Ela Anchor Charts, Reading Anchor Charts, Evidence Anchor Chart

Citing text evidence chart. Will give a copy to past in my ELL and Special Ed students' interactive science journal.

Common Core is all about evidence! Standard One for all grades is all about showing the evidence! This is a great Anchor Chart for Textual Evidence Sentence Starters- I would modify the language required for upper elementary and middle school students. Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Student Teaching, Teaching Themes, Teaching Character, Evidence Anchor Chart, Text Evidence, Citing Evidence, Middle School Ela

Common Core Lesson Ideas

Teaching Students to use Anchor Standard #1: Textual Evidence in the Common Core Classroom | Roz Linder.com

Teach Your Child to Read Create●Teach●Share: Reading Portfolios- Part Reading Responses freebie Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Writing Comprehension, Guided Reading, Reading Response Activities, Reading Habits, Comprehension Questions, Shared Reading
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Reading Portfolios- Part 3: Reading Responses {+ freebie} - Create Teach Share

This week I finally finished “Reading Portfolios” for my students to use this year for their independent and in-class reading. I wanted students to have a place where they could record and track their independent reading habits, take notes on reading strategies and skills, and respond to their in-class and independent reading. I previously shared…

Teach students how to show textual evidence through this poster. I teach a unit called "The Sherlock Holmes Method of Writing" which focuses on inf. Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Teaching English, Teaching Resources, Classroom Resources, Essay Writing, Classroom Ideas, Writing Assessment, Writing Advice
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Using text evidence. (Anchor chart idea. Image only)

Upper Elementary Snapshots: Citing Text Evidence in 6 Steps - a great way to explicitly teach kids how to cite, with models and examples of what that looks like. Evidence Anchor Chart, Citing Text Evidence, Writing Anchor Charts, 6th Grade Writing, 6th Grade Ela, 5th Grade Reading, Fourth Grade, Sixth Grade, Writing Strategies
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Upper Elementary Snapshots

An Upper Elementary Collaborative blog written by 13 teachers. Includes teaching ideas and resources for grades 3, 4, and 5.

Teacher Tips for Asking Better Questions About Books Book Discussions in the Classroom - 23 Teacher Tips Using evidence based terms in reading.Book Discussions in the Classroom - 23 Teacher Tips Using evidence based terms in reading. Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Teaching Resources, Essay Writing, Literary Essay, Argumentative Writing, Teaching Ideas, Science Writing, Informational Writing
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Anchor Chart Academy

Oh summer....you are far too wonderful! I have been enjoying my days playing with markers, colored pencils, and posters. Posters, posters, posters... This 150 hours of classroom work thing has been rather successful so far (80 hours down) as I prepare charts, decorations, and documents for myself and my coworkers. My circle cutter and I did some bonding way back in June, and I finally got those circles adhered to their respective posters. As promised: CHAMPS Posters! I've mentioned it…

One of the pages in the Reasons and Evidence Unit by The Teacher Next door. Great practice with comprehension as well as citing evidence. Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Efl Teaching, Teaching History, Kids Writing, Writing Ideas, Teaching English, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills

One of the pages in the Reasons and Evidence Unit by The Teacher Next door. Great practice with comprehension as well as citing evidence. $

Thrasher's Fifth Grade Rockstars: Classroom library, Clipboards and Colorful charts galore.Common Core asks us to provide evidence from the reading to support our opinions.anchor chart idea for evidence based terms

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Common Core Booster: Text-Based Answers (Sentence Writing Prompts) - New Sites Essay Writing Skills, Writing Strategies, Academic Writing, English Writing, Teaching Writing, Teaching English, Writing Prompts, Report Writing, Kindergarten Writing

Common Core Booster: Text-Based Answers (Sentence Writing Prompts)

This Common Core aligned resource is designed to support student development of deep, evidence-based responses to text questions. This resource was created to facilitate the implementation of Common Core ELA/Literacy Shift 4: Text Based Answers. With this shift, students are expected to identify a...

Show Me the Evidence free printable. Useful sentence starters for citing text evidence in student writing. Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Essay Writing, Literary Essay, Argumentative Writing, Sentence Writing, Writing Process, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills
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Using actual text evidence, the students draw a picture of the setting and then cut out the text to prove it. I like using the text evidence with setting to introduce text evidence. Reading Lessons, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Strategies, Guided Reading, Reading Genres, Reading Projects, Reading Resources
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Cutting up the Text Evidence

We dove into setting again while reading Tuck Everlasting . As we delve more and more into citing text evidence, I wanted the students to really see what that meant. Chapter one of the book describes the setting of the book in great detail. In fact, it is so vivid that I had the students dissect the chapter to create a drawing. On that drawing, they were only allowed to put something that appeared in the chapter. If it wasn't written down, they couldn't draw it. Then, I made a copy of…