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Author's Claim, Evidence, & Counterclaim Digital Breakout
Students will enjoy the fun of solving codes while tackling the challenge of author's claim and counterclaim. I hope teachers enjoy this no-prep lesson on claim, counterclaim, and evidence analysis. This only needs Google Drive - no other websites required. Students will:•Sort relevant terms of clai
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RI6.8 Author's Claim Test-Prep Task Cards
24 differentiated task-cards, each aligned to RI.8-Determine claims and evidence. Each task card contains one mini-informational passage with one multiple-choice question. Questions are text-dependent and aligned to end-of-grade test questions. Perfect for test-prep or practice with RI.8 questions.
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Author's Claim, Counterclaim, and Evidence Analysis Activity
This analysis activity for author's claim, use of evidence, and counterclaim will help students understand this challenging reading skill. This is ready to go, including a digital version, with guided notes, 2 passages, and a graphic organizer. Students can use this graphic organizer to practice
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Evaluate Author's Claims
Challenge your students to evaluate author's claims. Ask students to identify claims in the text, determine which claims are supported by evidence, and evaluate the effectiveness of the author's argument. This resource is tied to an excerpt from "Chew On This" by Charles Wilson and Eric Schlosser.
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Author's Claim Bookmark:  Common Core Aligned
Teaching author's claim? Have students identify what type of evidence the author provides. This item is common core aligned!
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CHASES- A visual guide to Author's Claim
Reading above grade-level text can be a huge struggle for learners with special needs. I created this visual printout to help students know what to look for when writing about text and what makes an author's claim strongest. This simplified, visual breakdown helps them pinpoint and identify key comp
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Identify the Author of a Primary Source
This activity asks students to read three primary sources from Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt closely in order to determine the author of the source using text evidence to support their claims.
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Author's Claim Bookmark:  Common Core Aligned
Teaching author's claim? Have students identify what type of evidence the author provides. This item is common core aligned!
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Evaluating Evidence - Informational Text
With the Common Core Standards, the new buzz words are EVIDENCE, ARGUMENT, and AUTHOR'S CLAIM. This Smartboard lesson addresses these terms (have students take notes). With descriptions of each, examples, and practice, students will gain a better understanding of these terms, they will learn how
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High School Christmas Reading Comprehension Passages and questions, plus writing
This Christmas Informational Text lesson for high school students includes an engaging 3 page text passage: "Anti-Claus? Confessions of a Santa Dissenter" A one page handout that can be printed or projected includes: --discussion starters/free write prompts about students' background and opinions on
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Brave New World- AP Language Synthesis Activity and Composition
Aldous Huxley presents this futuristic dystopian society controlled by science, not virtue, in his 1932 novel Brave New World. After its 80th year of publication, Brave New World explores a potentially frightening reality that is not incomparable to our world today. Use this synthesis activity to co
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Claims Practice
This assignment is to help practice identifying an author's claim and evaluating their evidence. Correlates with Common Core Standard 10.RI.02.
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Early School Start Times Impact Student Performance - Article of the Week
Based on Kelly Gallagher's Article of the Week concept, my reading articles are typically non-fiction and modeled on Vale Middle School's format. The articles have been chosen by me and all questions have been developed by me. If you would like to see what Vale Middle School does, check out http:/
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Tracing and Evaluating an Argument: Should we attend school year round?
Students will delve into this topic, reading numerous articles. Students will use included graphic organizers to identify the author's claim, find examples of the evidence they use to support their claims, find the counter claims and rebuttals, as well as evaluate strong and weak arguments. Student
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Argumentative Essay Analysis: Animal Testing
Reinforce the elements of an argumentative writing with this essay on animal testing. Students will be asked to annotate the article as they identify the author's claim, evidence, opposing view, and rebuttal. Students will also be asked to take a stand on animal testing and use evidence from the tex
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Argumentative Writing: Password Protected - Monitoring Students' Online Activity
Reinforce and/or assess the elements of an argumentative writing with this essay on monitoring students' online activity. Students will be asked to annotate the article as they identify the author's claim, evidence, opposing view, and rebuttal. Students will also be asked to take a stand on monitori
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Argumentative Writing: Shut Down Your Screen Week
Reinforce and/or assess the elements of an argumentative writing with this essay on shutting down technology use for a week! Students will be asked to annotate the article as they identify the author's claim, evidence, opposing view, and rebuttal. Students will also be asked to take a stand on monit
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Food Rules by Michael Pollan, Questions for the Introduction
This file contains questions for the Introduction (pages 1-26) to Michael Pollan's book "Food Rules: An Eater's Manual", illustrated edition (hardcover). It also contains the blank student answer sheet. The questions range from context clue vocabulary ("What does 'complexity' mean?") to gist ("In
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Persuasive Text Study: Close Reading Passage, Notebook Activity, Test Prep
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Persuasive techniques can be a challenge to teach, but with this product it will be a breeze! Students will read a passage and find simple examples of comparison, causality, parallelism, exaggerated statements, contradictory statements, and misleading statements. Included in th
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Crash Course U.S. History Worksheets ENTIRE SERIES BUNDLE (Episodes 1-47)
47 worksheets, one for each episode! Every question comes with a time stamp option. Variety of question types for high engagement: true/false, fill-in, and free response. Complete answer keys and useful teaching ideas also included! Crash Course U.S. History Worksheets for episodes 1-47, all the w
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The Lottery by Shirley Jackson Short Story Unit
This print-and-go resource for Shirley Jackson's "The Lottery" includes EVERYTHING you need to teach this exciting and shocking short story! Six engaging activities, teacher notes, vocabulary word wall, essay question, and a complete unit test! Perfect for middle school and even high school students

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Crash Course U.S. History Worksheets: Episodes 31-47 BUNDLE
Worksheets for episodes 31-47 of Crash Course U.S. History. Full answer keys included! Convenient for teachers -- one page worksheet per episode means minimal prep, yet each high engagement worksheet is packed with questions, fill-ins, or true/false problems! ---The zip file for this product contai
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Nonfiction Reading Unit (Common Core Aligned)
This complete package walks the students through how to read nonfiction with purpose and clarity. It includes a robust (80 Slides!) guiding power point and 5 separate formative assessments. Both the power point and the assessments are aligned to fulfill the Common Core Standards. The powerpoint gui
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Crash Course US. History Worksheets: Episodes 1-10 BUNDLE
Worksheets for episodes 1-10 of Crash Course U.S. History. Full answer keys included! Convenient for teachers -- one page worksheet per episode means minimal prep, yet each high engagement worksheet is packed with questions, fill-ins, or true/false problems! ---The zip file for this product contain
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