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  • Carmen Andersen

    show me the evidence anchor chart... Great for my students who seem to know anything.

  • Kimberly Neises

    Evidence- web page is full of useful posters and ideas

  • Nicole Sijka

    Classroom: Reading. Sentence starters to get your students in the habit of using evidence from the text to support their conclusions.

  • Briana Taylor

    Sentence starters for showing evidence in reading response journals.

  • Kendall Childs

    Show me the Evidence. Poster scaffold to help students identify the evidence of an answer.

  • Patricia Baker

    evidence based terms for student binders

  • Yasir Roundtree

    Great resource for helping students to perform at the levels expected and articulated in the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts...

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Show me the Evidence Bookmark- great tool for linking thoughts back to reading!

This handout provides students with a list of terms and phrases to use in their reading responses

Show Me the Evidence strips: These have great evidence stems to help students cite specific evidence in their written responses/discussions.

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Life in 4B...: purposeful talk I love "keep the treasure, leave out the trash!" Great for reading journals!

I have the students do this weekly and created a scoring Guide for it! The thinking when reading that is taking place is awesome! The thinking stems hel kids and parents equally! Love it -l. Elliott

Sow the evidence. Freebie from The Creative Chalkboard

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Freebie cute back to school activity or easy worksheet to put in sub lessons plans.

Terrific way to structure extended responses to reading-- great freebie!