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PROVE IT! Citing Text Evidence Like a Text Detective anchor chart!

Today, I'm here to tell you guys about one of my favorite lessons to teach! It's my Citing Text Evidence Intro Lesson!! CCSS RL1 and RI1 are all about answering questions using text evidence! This lesson is perfect for test prep, especially since PARCC is filled with text evidence questions! Text evidence is always super hard for my third graders, y'all. They don't have a lot of experience citing evidence when they come to me, so an explicit lesson about text evidence is a MUST! So here's…

R.A.C.E. to Answer With Evidence - Writing Strategies by 5th Grade Insanity

R.A.C.E. is an excellent strategy for teaching students how to support written answers with text evidence. Included in this product: 4 posters explaining each step of of RACE with example 9 sentence starters for providing evidence Student reference sheet for their binder with the above information Full-sized worksheet for student practice Half-sized worksheet for student practice For digital worksheets (Google Slides) for scaffolding student responses, see my Digital RACE Response Sheets…

Knowing the answer is one thing...but being able to justify your thinking by citing text is an entirely different type of skill. Taking the text and combing through it, like an old man at the beach with a metal detector, determined to find some treasures, not only takes strong reading comprehension skills, but also takes some perseverance, to find what we're looking for. In this post by The Teacher Next Door, I'll share the six steps I use in my classroom, to teach this important read...

Knowing the answer is one thing...but being able to justify your thinking by citing text is an entirely different type of skill. Taking the text and combing through it, like an old man at the beach with a metal detector, determined to find some treasures, not only takes strong reading comprehension skills, but also takes some perseverance, to find what we're looking for. In this post by The Teacher Next Door, I'll share the six steps I use in my classroom, to teach this important reading…

Citing Text Evidence in 6 Steps

Knowing the answer is one thing...but being able to justify your thinking by citing text is an entirely different type of skill. Taking the text and combing through it, like an old man at the beach with a metal detector, determined to find some treasures, not only takes strong reading comprehension skills, but also takes some perseverance, to find what we're looking for. In this post by The Teacher Next Door, I'll share the six steps I use in my classroom, to teach this important reading…

Teaching With a Mountain View: Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting Texts

We are SO close to being done with our nonfiction unit, and I'm looking forward to jumping back in to novel studies. My students are slowly growing to love (okay, maybe like is still a better word) informational text, and that was truly one of my main goals in all of this.

Check It Off! | 21 Cool Anchor Charts To Teach Close-Reading Skills

Close reading is a hot topic that's just getting hotter! Here are 21 anchor charts, bulletin board ideas and other resources that you can bring into your classroom to turn your readers into even closer readers.

Text Evidence

These 13 teacher and expert-tested strategies (plus 10 anchor charts) will strengthen your students' ability to find and use evidence from any text.

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These Lexile® leveled close reading stories are perfect for teaching, developing, or reinforcing Florida B.E.S.T standards 1st grade ELA.1.R.2.1 text features reading comprehension skills. Printable PDF & Digital Google Slides versions make this resource perfect for classroom and distance learning. First grade learns various text features (e.g., headings, tables of contents, glossaries, electronic menus, icons) to locate key facts or information in a text.
These Lexile® leveled close reading stories are perfect for teaching 2nd & 3rd grade students compare & contrast in nonfiction by analyzing two or more texts and determine similarities and differences. This packet is designed to specifically fit 2nd & 3rd grade Florida B.E.S.T standard ELA.2.R.3.3 & 3.R.3.3 but can be used by anyone teaching compare & contrast in nonfiction.
Women’s History Month Finding and Citing Text Evidence
These Lexile® leveled close reading stories are perfect for teaching students text structure. 3rd grade students are introduced to three major text structures: sequence, cause and effect, and compare and contrast. Students must be able to identify the text structure to effectively determine the main idea, summarize, and think critically about the text. This packet is designed to specifically fit 3rd grade Florida B.E.S.T standard ELA.3.R.2.1 but can be used by anyone teaching text structure.