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RACE is a strategy used to help students organize their thinking when writing a text dependent, open response answer. I have used this strategy in my class for over three years in grades second through fourth and saw a lot of improvement in my students’ mastery of writing open response answers. Thei
Help students organize their ideas when answering open-ended responses. Students will Restate the question, Answer the question, Cite text evidence and Explain their thinking! Included is a bonus bookmark to remind students about RACE!
This is a graphic organizer developed to help students pull out text evidence in order to answer open response questions. As a teacher with a goal centered around students developing proficient open responses, I found that the students often pulled evidence from the text that was not necessarily rel
This activity,based on the Kylene Beers "It Says, I Say, And So" strategy ( When Kids Can't Read/What Teachers Can Do, Heinemann 2002) provides a visual method for students to walk through the steps of combining information from the text with their own background knowledge to create fully supported
This open-ended response graphic organizer (which uses the acronym OPEN) helps students organize their responses to a reading passage. Each part of the organizer comes with sentence starters to help students begin their response. Also includes a foldable for use in interactive notebooks! O=Opinion
This graphic organizer prepares students for writing open response paragraphs. It can be used in preparation for standardized testing as well as to develop students' skills in writing body paragraphs. It allows students to develop a topic sentence, two supporting details, and specific evidence that
My supervisor just asked me for my graphic organizers so she could share them with some other teachers she has observed, so I thought maybe they would be helpful to others. I have included two graphic organizers that I use for writing persuasive essays and open-ended or constructed response question
Teachers can give these graphic organizers to their students to help with CER writing. CER means: CLAIMEVIDENCEREASONINGThis format can be used in all disciplines. This organizer is specific to English Language Arts. Students will be encouraged to support their claim with evidence from the text and
Teachers can give these graphic organizers to their students to help with CER writing. CER means: CLAIMEVIDENCEREASONINGThis format can be used in all disciplines. This organizer is specific to English Language Arts. Students will be encouraged to support their claim with evidence from the text and
This product contains five fraction math prompts for the 4th grade Common Core Fraction standards and graphic organizers for the students' answers. Each standard features a vocabulary bank for the students to use when composing their answer. The vocabulary words listed are those that they possibly
graphic organizer to help all students properly write an open response: introduction 3 claims with 2 supporting evidence conclusion pdf only to ensure proper printing 8.5" x 11" *OTHERS SOLD SEPARATELY* ELA Graphic Organizer Open Reponse Beginning Middle End Hamburger Writing ELA Graphic Organizer
This is a one page graphic organizer for answering open response style questions. The nice thing about this planner is that in each box there are lines for students to write on. This helps students stay organized. Also included on this organizer are commas, helping students to remember to include tr
I created this poster to help students when answering open response or extended response questions. The hamburger visual reminds students to Restate, Answer, Prove (RAP). It also lists three procedures to do before beginning the answer: read and reread, underline power verbs, and underline important
This is an organizer for a five paragraph open response essay.
Students can use this graphic organizer when answering math word problems. They use vocabulary, pictures, words, and numbers to deconstruct the problem in order to better understand what they are being asked to solve.
This is a graph organizer designed to help 3rd (and up) grade students with organizing their essay. It includes a topic sentence, details, and a closing sentence. It was a huge help for my 3rd grade students who had trouble with the "what's next" question when it came to their writing.
This open-ended prompt is designed to expose students to the type of open-ended questions they will come into contact with on state testing. The prompt goes along with the story "So You Want to Be President?" and has a graphic organizer to go along with it.
A graphic organizer for brief open response prompts.
This is a Graphic Organizer that leads students through the stages of the New Deal. There is also an essay deals with the legacy of the New Deal. Straight from CBails History...check it out!
A graphic organizer that breaks down the required parts of an open ended response. Students are provided the necessary space to respond appropriately utilizing at least one piece of textual evidence (document can be edited to provide more space for further textual evidence).
This is a graphic organizer to help students with text dependent open response questions. It includes transition words to use as well as a writer's checklist. Great for test prep!
Your students will love these 22 "Any Book" literature response printables! They are the perfect, ready-to-use way to keep your students accountable for what they are reading. Just what you need if you use an independent reading program such as Reader's Workshop or have multiple small reading groups
50 Guided Reading Graphic Organizers How to Use this Product: Reading Binders is a great way to keep track of students learning throughout the year. The binders can be organized and customized by dividers with colored tabs into sections matching the comprehension strategies that you teach. There a
Rubric can be used when grading students writing. This is a great tool to help give students specific feedback on their answers. Also, I used this tool in the class during peer reviews. A student would read another student's work and give them feedback using the rubric. It was very rewarding to see

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