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Analyze Two Texts
Students read two articles about invasive species and identify the cause and effects stated. Students then compare and contrast the problems brought to light in the articles. Students think about what other nonfiction text structures could be used to share this information. Can be put on Google Clas
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Literary Analysis Graphic Organizer Analyze two texts
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Analyzing Informational Texts: Lessons BUNDLE
************************************************************************** WAIT! You can now get this in my 60+ ELA Lessons BUNDLE and SAVE 30% ************************************************************************** Teaching reading comprehension and analysis of informational texts can be a chal
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Making Inferences - Analyzing Multiple Texts Mysteries (32-Pack Complete Bundle)
Students engage in developing skills and strategies to put information together from two sources. Students engage in a mystery where they must use a case file and a crime scene photo to make inferences based on the evidence provided. Inferential questions challenge students to find valid evidence to
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Common Core Resource: Analyze Two Accounts of the Same Topic - Cell Phones
This resource provides students with practice analyzing multiple accounts of the same topic. It also provides students with the opportunity to cite evidence from texts when writing their opinion. The students should read the two sources, complete the graphic organizer and then write an opinion ess
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Helen of Troy, Compare & Contrast Two Texts, CCSS-aligned Point of View Lesson
Ah, Helen of Troy, the face that launched a thousand ships. Depending on your perspective, Helen is either the legendary beauty who has served as a worthy muse for countless warriors and poets or she is a painted devil whose selfish desires caused the deaths of thousands of innocent souls. Take your
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The Lunchroom Food Fight - Analyzing Conflicting Texts
****NEW***** Just added pictures representing witnesses and enhanced the evidence. Also, now there is a common core assessment rubric and project rubric! This project went from 11 pages to 24:) ENJOY! MY STUDENTS TOOK THE PILOT TEST FOR SMARTER BALANCED AND SAID THIS REALLY HELPED THEM BE PREPA
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Analyze Relationships in a Text RI.5.3 | Hawaii Volcano (Kilauea) Article #5-4
Nonfiction Article of the Week Club, Article #5-4: Volcano! The Eruption of the Kilauea Volcano in HawaiiThis is the fourth in a set of 25 informational text articles + activity packs designed to teach ALL of the reading informational text standards for 5th grade in a fun, rigorous, and easy to impl

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Analyze Connections in a Text RI.8.3 | Modern Folklore Article #8-3
Nonfiction Article of the Week Club, Article #8-3: Modern Folklore: Urban Legends, Old Wives' Tales, & SuperstitionsTeach reading informational text standard RI.8.3, Analyze Connections in a Text, with this high-interest article on modern folklore. Students will also complete activities for text

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Grade 5 Common Core Reading: Two Texts about Life on the Ranch
Students will read two texts about life on the ranch. The first text talks about Cowboy Wilbur's rugged life on the ranch. Your fifth graders will like the author's sly sense of humor. The second text is about how ranches operate today. The texts are followed by a series of multiple choice q
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Analyze Relationships in a Text RI.7.3 | Fossil Fuel Overuse Article #7-3
Nonfiction Article of the Week Club, Article #7-3: Is Fossil Fuel Overuse Threatening Your Health? Teach reading informational text standard RI.7.3, Analyze Relationships in a Text, with this high-interest article on fossil fuel usage. Students will also complete activities for text evidence, integr

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Analyze How a Text Makes Connections Among & Distinctions ... Events
FREE FOR THE FIRST TWO HOURS!!! FOLLOW ME SO THAT YOU'LL KNOW ABOUT THESE AWESOME DEALS!!!This is an essential question and focus questions Thinking Map way to introduce AND TEACH 8th grade informational text standard CCSS RI.8.3.Analyze how a text makes connections among and distinctions between in

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Grade 5 Common Core Reading: Two Texts about Clipper Ships
Students will read two texts about clipper ships in the mid-1800s. The first text is about clipper ships in general -- their history, design and what life was like on one. The second text is an excerpt from the diary of an actual sailor who worked on a clipper ship. The texts are followed by
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Analyze Influence in a Text RI.7.3 | NFL Protests Taking a Knee Article #7-4
Nonfiction Article of the Week Club, Article #7-4: Taking a Stand By Taking a KneeTeach reading informational text standard RI.7.3, Analyze Influence Between Ideas and Individuals in a Text, with this high-interest article on the hot topic of NFL protests. This article is written in a very non-contr

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Analyzing 2 Nonfiction Texts
This graphic organizer works with almost all informational texts. It's a great way to begin comparing and contrasting 2 texts on the same topic. Students are asked to determine: •author's purpose •cite text evidence •main idea/central idea •author's tone •fact and opinion •draw conclusions •wri
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CLAPS for Analyzing Paired Texts
This is a great guide to analyzing paired texts. The acroym CLAPS is aligned to the 7th Grade English Language Arts Georgia Standards of Excellence-Reading Informational, which can be easily transferred to Common Core State Standards. The model included is based on 2 selections from Coach Common Cor
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Analyzing Informational Texts for Connections and Arguments
Students will read an engaging informational text and analyze it, evaluating the connections (RI.3) the author makes to make his argument sound. Students will answer the connections questions using the READ strategy Restate and answer the question, give evidence from the text, analyze the evidence,

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6th Grade Analyzing Informational Text Sheets
Two-sided worksheet to help students to analyze informational texts. I use this for my 6th graders with their Article of the Week. Worksheet covers: * Vocabulary* Text Features* Author's Purpose* Main Idea* Textual Evidence* Summary* OpinionThis item is CCSS aligned.
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Compare and Contrast Moose and Reindeer 2 texts
This product was created to help primary students compare and contrast topics from two separate texts. Students analyze the texts and discern similarities and difference between the text topics. Students then answer questions using text evidence.
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Analyze and Evaluate Text Evidence / Quotations in “A Streetcar Named Desire”
This is a challenging activity that can be completed in approximately 2 class periods or as a homework assignment. Students are given 5 quotations from the play. They must analyze and evaluate each one to explain its significance in the play. This can be a very basic activity if that’s appropriate f
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Analyzing Informational Texts for Connections and Arguments
Students will read an engaging informational text and analyze it, evaluating the connections (RI.3) the author makes to make his argument sound. Students will answer the connections questions using the READ strategy Restate and answer the question, give evidence from the text, analyze the evidence,

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Hamlet - Analyzing Film As Text
This Power Point utilizes the Mel Gibson Hamlet (1990) and the David Tennant Hamlet (2009) to teach students the various elements that can be manipulated in a text in order to create meaning. Two scenes are compared in both films: the ghost scene in act I scene v, and the "disheveled Hamlet" scene i
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Analyzing Informational Texts for Connections and Arguments
Students will read an engaging informational text and analyze it, evaluating the connections (RI.3) the author makes to make his argument sound. Students will answer the connections questions using the READ strategy Restate and answer the question, give evidence from the text, analyze the evidence,

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Analyzing Informational Texts for Connections and Arguments
Students will read an engaging informational text and analyze it, evaluating the connections (RI.3) the author makes to make his argument sound. Students will answer the connections questions using the READ strategy Restate and answer the question, give evidence from the text, analyze the evidence,

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