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Need activities for teaching RI.4.8 and RI.5.8? This resource contains passages, printables, and small group activities to supplement your unit on reasons and evidences and finding the author's main point.NOTE: This Reasons and Evidence resource now has Google Slides™ versions, making it ideal for d
⭐️This collection of 12 printable and digital Lexile® leveled passages and question sets are perfect for teaching, developing, or reinforcing RI.4.8 & RI.5.8. Printable PDF & Digital Google Slides versions make this resource perfect for classroom and distance learning. Your 4th & 5th grad
*This resource now comes with a DIGITAL VERSION of the TEXTS and QUESTIONS (for Distance Learning), in addition to both PRINTABLE FULL-PAGE TEXT and FULL PAGE QUESTION/ANSWER format and PRINTABLE INTERACTIVE FLIP FLAPS for notebooks!This set is complete with a range of ten informational texts and in
This opinion writing unit is for the 4th and 5th grade classroom. If you're looking for an opinion writing graphic organizer with reasons and examples, this is the resource for you! It includes anchor text and all graphic organizers. Use the teacher models to give solid examples during your mini-les
Author's Reasons and Evidence: Differentiated unit for 4th or 5th grade! This unit is full of what you need to teach your students about examining the author's point, reasons, and evidence (RI.4.8 and RI.5.8) in a 4th or 5th grade classroom. The materials are all differentiated for your learners wh
This Informational Author's Reasons unit is packed full of standards-based lesson plans, professionally Lexiled passages, and activities to use while you are teaching the standard RI.4.8. If you are not teaching Common Core, then the unit is still valuable to use when teaching 4th grade students to
This CER bundle is the perfect tool to use when introducing claim, evidence, reasoning to your students. When my students are able to give a solid CER scientific explanation, I know they have mastered the concept! Included:CER Anchor Chart/Poster- In TWO THEMES- Farmhouse and Black and WhiteCER Ind
Looking for a new way to help your students identify author’s reasons and evidence? Determining an author's reasons and providing evidence can be difficult for students to master, but with this set of 40 helpful and differentiated practice task cards, it can be easy! Much like main idea and key det
Do you need some engaging and low prep reading centers for determining an author's main point and reasons used to support the point? This reading center resource includes eight spinner centers for practicing RI.5.8. Through these centers, the students will practice determining an author’s main poin
This PowerPoint lesson introduces and teaches RI 5.8: Explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in a text, identifying which reasons and evidence support which points. This lesson introduces to students that often people, media sources, as well as authors are try
NEW.  Students will explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support key points in an informational text (RI.4.8), and identify which reasons and evidence support which points (RI.5.8).  This includes determining the points an author makes and finding the evidence that supports the respect
Perfect for grades 3 – 6 Students are often surprised to learn that not everything they read in an informational text is true. Authors include their own opinions, beliefs, and ideas, which may be false or unfounded. When reading an informational text, students must look at the claims with a critical
Do your students love to doodle while taking notes?  Don't fight it, embrace it with Squiggle Sheets!!!These notes are not only fun but help students to meet Next Generation Science Standards.Notes are differentiated. 4 versions are included. Use the included answer key or choose to use the blank ve
This items is discounted for the first week! That's less than 23 cents a page!This over 50 page instruction and practice Doodle Note style resource is graphically rich and fun for students! The first 16 pages includes instructional materials to teach students about claims, evidence, reasoning (CER)
Common core requires students to be able to support claims with textual evidence and add their own analysis to the evidence. These three anchor charts will help your students remember how to write a claim, add textual evidence, and support the evidence with meaningful elaboration. You don't call it
This CER mini unit comes with everything you will need to teach your students how to write scientific argument with the claim, evidence, and reasoning method in a fun and engaging way! Activities and Resources Included:CER PowerpointCER postersCER doodle notes (filled in, guided, and blank versions)
Nonfiction Article of the Week Club, Article #4-15: Understanding DreamsThis is the fifteenth in a set of 25 informational text articles + activity packs designed to teach ALL of the reading informational text standards for 4th grade in a fun, rigorous, and easy to implement solution! The focus in t
These activity cards are specifically aligned to Grade Four Common Core Reading Standard RI.4.8 which asks students to cite reasons and evidence that an author uses in a text. These activity cards TEACH and REVIEW this standard. This document comes with a printable-easy fold box too for convenient
Purpose This includes 2 visual multiple choice quizzes that address the common core in understanding author’s point of view through various inspiring accounts – through the eyes of the children. These are assessments, but they are also excellent resources to present and practice with the whole-class
Say goodbye to grading papers! SELF-GRADING assessments have been a game-changer for me, and it can be for you too. Simply share the purchased link with your students (Google Classroom works great), and check back to retrieve their self-graded assessment. A PDF quiz with an answer key is included as
I created this to go with my unit on Argument Writing. Students need to be able to understand how an author makes a claim. They also need to understand the difference between reasons and evidence. I give explanations and examples of each, and I also provide 4 different examples of claims with a reas
This is what you have been looking for, everything you need to teach claim, evidence, and reasoning at a 25% savings!! All items are comprehensive and up to Next Generation Science Standards. 20 items!!!Thank you for visiting Black-Eyed Susan Science!Customer Tips: Get TPT credit to use on future p
⭐️ These 30 task cards leveled for 4th and 5th graders are perfect for understanding the connection between reasons and evidence. Aligned to Common Core RI.4.8 & RI.5.8. A great tool to use for centers, test prep, and classroom games.⭐️ This resource is also available separately as a digital Boom
This product helps students understand the science of Climate Change and the possible impact it has on extreme weather events. It was written in 2015 and considering the intensity of the 2017 hurricane season the article is very prophetic. Students will use evidence in the article that climate chang

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