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*Consider using this in conjunction with our "Citing Textual Evidence PowerPoint," which is also available on TPT. Common Core State Standards Basis: Citing textual evidence is a cornerstone of the CCSS reading and writing standards for English Language Arts, History and Social Studies, and Sci
If your students need help locating textual evidence, this resource is for you. Your students will be fully engaged and challenged as they try to find words as quickly as they can which will help them locate text-based answers within their text. Students will hunt for keywords within their comprehen
This daily Common Core practice is unique because it provides quick Common Core reading practice in just five minutes a day. Students read original literature and informational text passages that use the same writing techniques as award winning writers. The Common Core Standard is written next to
Use fun picture book videos to teach students to inference, cite explicit and implicit text evidence and answer literal vs inferential questions (Printable & Digital) - Editable lesson plan, student handouts, rubric, PowerPoint slides, Google Doc and Google Slides for no prep distance learning o
Step-by-step workshop to teach textual evidence and elaboration. Lots of interactive practice activities included on Google Slides!This workshop guides students through the process of gathering and quoting evidence and elaboration for argumentative and expository essay writing. Great for self-pacin
Teach your middle school students how to cite textual evidence with this standards-based printable unit. It includes everything the teacher needs to Teach, Reteach & Enrich based on R.CCR.1 with built-in differentiation!All the work is done! Just make the copies and teach!What's included:TEACH:★
These are a set of practice sentences to prepare students to cite textual evidence. This activity gives the student a claim that stems from the article and asks the student to use evidence from the text to prove that it is true. The student is also required to find the page number. The article that
Teach the skills of gathering, citing, quoting, and integrating evidence, and using elaboration with this fun INTERACTIVE DIGITAL NOTEBOOK made on Google Slides. NO PLANNING! NO PREPPING! NO PRINTING!This workshop guides students through the process of gathering and quoting evidence and adding ela
Use fun picture book videos to teach Grade 3 - 5 students to cite explicit and implicit textual evidence, make inferences, and answer literal vs inferential questions (Printable & Digital) - Editable lesson plan, student handouts, rubric, PowerPoint slides, Google Doc and Google Slides for no pr
This is the perfect practice your students need to successfully cite textual evidence! This product consists of a one-page worksheet with five questions about Ray Bradbury's short story, "All Summer in a Day," five half pages with the same questions, and one page with a list of key literary terms. A
Many students who cite textual evidence forget to use the correct punctuation and or they do not copy exactly what the author stated. This worksheet is meant for students to practice citing evidence word-for-word AND practice using correct punctuation. Students will need to read the directions car
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Engage your students by conducting a mock trial while practicing close reading, citing strong and thorough textual evidence, analyzing evidence, persuasion/argumentation/debate, writing, and speaking/listening. Use this with ANY text! I used this with Poe's "The Black Cat," but you could also use th
This paired text resource is perfect for having your students practice citing evidence from a text when answering questions and when writing persuasive essays. Click here to see the Citing Evidence Set With Compare and Contrast Writing Prompts. Click here to see all of my Paired Passage and Paired
Do your students know how to adequately show evidence from the text when they are asked? We often take for granted that students automatically know how to do this.Use my Show Evidence From the Text: Nonfiction Reading Pratice resource to help your students! This resource includes a visual aid to hel
Do your students struggle to seamlessly incorporate text evidence within their writing? This completely digital and printable unit will teach your students MLA 8 citations, with critical lessons that will teach your students how to incorporate and embed these citations within their paragraphs. This
This document contains 100 different passages for quick and daily Common Core reading practice. This 20 week bundle contains informational text, literature, poetry, historical fiction, suspense, plays, fantasy, and many more stories. A reading passage and Common Core questions are included for eac
If using textual evidence is new to your students, or if you just want an easier method to remember or some practice, this easy prep, complete teaching pack is perfect! Teaching students to effectively use textual evidence is crucial for all subjects, and this lesson and its components are easily ad
Quick, Daily Common Core ELA Practice! Five weeks are included. This document is a convenient way to cover and review the Common Core Reading Standards in 5 minutes a day. Use these short passages as a daily morning activity, as nightly Common Core homework, or as a quick daily review. Each week is
All Summer In A Day: Cite Textual Evidence Print and Digital for Distance LearningThis is a complete lesson to help students learn to cite textual evidence to support analysis, based on Ray Bradbury’s short story “All Summer In A Day.” There is a print and digital version, compatible with Google Cla
Quick, Daily Common Core ELA Practice! Five weeks are included. This document is a convenient way to cover and review the Common Core Reading Standards in 5 minutes a day. Use these short passages as a daily activity when students enter the classroom, as nightly Common Core homework, or as a quick d
This item includes three separate lesson plans that you could use to teach students how to cite textual evidence. (RI.7.1 and RI.8.1). I chose to put it on PowerPoint to allow you to change it to use with your class. There are 117 slides and all the articles are included. I structured my lesson p
Quick, Daily Common Core ELA Practice! Five weeks are included. This document is a convenient way to cover and review the Common Core Reading Standards in 5 minutes a day. Use these short passages as a daily activity as students enter the classroom, as nightly Common Core homework, or as a quick dai
This activity is perfect for 21st century classrooms and will get your students excited and engaged as they practice using textual evidence to support opinions. The digital lesson format has everything your students will need in one place and is perfect for classrooms with Chromebooks, iPads, laptop
Eugenia W. Collier's "Marigolds": Task Cards for Citing Textual Evidence This resource is a set of 20 task cards designed to help students practice citing evidence to support conclusions from the text, based on Eugenia Collier’s short story “Marigolds.” Skills covered in these task cards for “Marig

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