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Here is a helpful sign and printable for helping students use phrases when providing evidence from a text. Sign can be printed and used as an anchor chart, used as a handout, and/or glued in a writing notebook. **Checkout my other writing resources on my TPT page!**

Here is a helpful sign and printable for helping students use phrases when providing evidence from a text. Sign can be printed and used as an anchor chart, used as a handout, and/or glued in a writing notebook. **Checkout my other writing resources on my

Step It Up! | 21 Cool Anchor Charts To Teach Close-Reading Skills

21 Cool Anchor Charts To Teach Close-Reading Skills

Great Step-by-step anchor chart for citing evidence and making inferences. Reading and analyzing documents is one of the most important aspects of thinking historically. Reading sources is a skill that is practiced.

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

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

These fun organizers focus on two literacy skills: #1 Key Ideas and Details (e.g. close reading, summarizing) and #2 Integration of Knowledge  (e.g. evaluating claims, extracting evidence). #strugglingreaders ~ Available at TpT.

It's All About Evidence: Graphic Organizers for Grades 5-9

These fun organizers focus on two literacy skills: Key Ideas and Details (e. close reading, summarizing) and Integration of Knowledge (e. ~ Available at TpT.

"Said" is Dead!  I think I like this better than my trash can words!

Not sure I'd use this title for my anchor chart, but it's great to build descriptive writing "Said is Dead".Encourage descriptive writing with these alternatives to "said".

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