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This no-prep text evidence resource is exactly what you need to work with your students who have critical thinking and answering comprehension question goals! Your students will feel successful practicing identifying relevant details and responding to inferential questions.**************************
This resource helps you teach your students how to identify the main idea using text features. Then, it guides them into asking questions about their main idea statement and using these questions to identify the relevant details. Finally, it teaches them how to combine all of these components and
Main Idea and relevant details is one of the most important skills we can teach our students. This resource teaches students how to determine the central idea of a text using the details the author provides as well as how to locate and identify those details that are relevant and why they are impor
A short powerpoint that is a great introduction to relevant details, facts and opinions, and bias. This is great for a 3rd/4th/5th grade class of students.
You can download and place it in Google Classroom too! This video explains RELEVANT DETAILS. It gives the meaning of a relevant detail, provides examples, shows how to identify relevant details, and then asks students to create relevant details. The answers are given following each one so the instr
Students can use this worksheet after reading and determining important information. Students list details that were important in the story and choose one details that was an irrelevant detail.
Based off of The Writing Revolution method of practicing outlining by providing students with activities that first prepare them to identify relevant topic sentences and correlating details, this activity sets up students for success with identifying CHARACTERIZATION in the novel Wonder. Students w
Grades:
2nd - 9th
Based off of The Writing Revolution method of practicing outlining by providing students with activities that first prepare them to identify relevant topic sentences and correlating details, this activity sets up students for success with identifying CHARACTERIZATION in the novel The Outsiders. Stud
Grades:
6th - 9th
This is a lesson plan on teaching main idea and relevant details in expository text. It includes a lesson, small group as well as extension activities. Great lesson for introducing this concept. Set for 4th grade, but if you are introducing this concept it would be great at any level!
Fill in the gaps of your Common Core curriculum! Each ePacket has reproducible worksheets with questions, problems, or activities that correspond to the packet’s Common Core standard. Download and print the worksheets for your students to complete. Then, use the answer key at the end of the document
Created by Paul Conlon Do your students have trouble identifying and explaining character traits for the characters they encounter? Do your students have trouble identifying the relevant text detail that connects to the character traits they identify? This graphic organizer will help your student
This is a developed lesson with three levels of instruction so no student will fail to improve their summary skills. Great use for a non-ELA room or students in Special education. This is the kind of lesson that reminds you thinking is a skill outside reading. Engage kids and build confidence using
Created by Paul Conlon Do your students have trouble using text detail in support of a theme they identify from a text? Do your students have trouble explaining how the text detail they identify connects to the theme? This graphic organizer will help students gather text detail in support of a
A quick way to help students learn the difference between relevant and irrelevant supporting details and evidence.
Grades:
5th - 9th
Lower Level reading passage with graphic organizer designed to help students identify relevant details and summarize their findings.
Grades:
5th - 8th
Relevant Writing: Easy Way For Kids To Be Published in The Bunk Room. With this straight-forward simple lesson, not only will your students learn how to use specific details their writing, they will also have the real world opportunity to be published in The Bunk Room, a magazine written entirely b
Help students identify details and determine if they are important/relevant or unimportant/irrelevant. Can be used with any appropriate texts.
Grades:
5th - 8th
This graphic organizer can be used again and again to help your students identify those details that are important to the main idea vs. those details that are just interesting.
Boost your students' main idea & detail skills with this activity bundle while saving $$! ♥ 35 Skills-Focused Reading Worksheets ♥ 44 Task Cards with 18 Activity SheetsMAIN IDEA & DETAILS READING COMPREHENSION PASSAGES & QUESTIONSArm your students with the skills they need to tackle any
Are you looking for a text resource that requires students to state a claim and use TWO details to support their answer in short response questions? This is the resource for you! Included in this product is a nonfiction text "All About Snow" written at two Lexile ranges (1000-1190 range and 700-890
Are you looking for a high interest lesson to teach your students how to identify the central idea and supporting details in a non-fiction text? The Central Idea and Supporting Details Bundle includes four separate products designed to help students determine the central idea in a nonfiction text. E
Main Idea and Details Strategy Pack This 86 page nonfiction reading strategy pack is loaded with relevant science content, written comprehension questions, graphic organizers, great close reading passages, and printables! Why will you L*O*V*E this pack? If you are thinking that conducting cl
Are you looking for a high interest lesson to teach your students how to identify the central idea and supporting details in a non-fiction text? This scaffolded lesson includes everything you need to introduce your students to this challenging concept. You will receive this lesson in both print and
Looking for a unit to help you teach students how to ask and answer questions while they are reading? If so, then you have found the right one here!Easy to use for both student and teacher!Engaging hands-on resource includes...6 anchor charts for key details 12 anchor charts for questions to ask wh

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