Explore Evidence Anchor Chart, Citing Evidence, and more!

FREEBIE...printable form for students to ask themselves questions while reading, answer with their best guesses, using evidence from the text and what they already know:)

{freebie} a printable graphic organizer for asking questions, answering, and supporting answers with evidence from the text. This is a great assessment tool to measure students' thinking before, during, and after reading!

Text Proof for Stone Soup….Great to use with any book!

Text Proof for Stone Soup….Great to use with any book! Great for introducing lower grades to text evidence.

Workshop Wednesday: Response to Literature {FREEBIES!!}

Ideas By Jivey: For the Classroom: Workshop Wednesday: Response to Literature {FREEBIES!

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Black History Close Reads and Some Great Freebies

I really like how she has each step listed. Great resource for kids. One Sassy Teacher: Close Read Steps and a FREEBIE!

Anchor chart for digging deeper with close reading

Helpful anchor chart for digging deeper with Close Reading -- gives students a visual for what to do during each step.

Free: Evidence Based Terminology

Writing with Text Evidence

Free: Evidence Based Terminology Guide: includes the formal language students must use when citing text evidence.

Schema anchor charts using a File folder-newer idea, borrowed from collegue Use multiple folders for pre-thinking, new learning and a folder to move misconceptions.

Schema Anchor Chart: Schema, our mental filing cabinet, is a key element of my theory! Schema can help readers use semantic cues.

Teaching Quotation Marks. Great for tomorrow's lesson.

Sometimes quotation marks can be hard to understand. Having a big chart like this and having it somewhere they can always see it, is an awesome thing to have. They can just look at the chart rather than having to always ask.

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