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Relevant and Irrelevant information in reading and writing
This PowerPoint helps students understand what relevant and irrelevant means in regard to reading and writing. There are 20 examples for students to work through.
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Study Skills: Note Taking: Recognizing Relevant and Irrelevant Information
Take the anxiety out of learning with these single page reproducible activities that explore good study skills. Study skills are approaches applied to learning and are critical to success in school and life. Most importantly, these skills can be acquired! Being a good student does not simply mean sh
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Relevant and Irrelevant Details
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.
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Determining Relevant and Irrelevant Evidence
In this lesson, students are asked to read a statement, or claim, and then determine which piece of evidence best supports that claim. This lesson is perfect for the beginning of any unit that introduces arguments or asks students to determine which pieces of evidence the author uses to support thei
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Farm Theme SMART Board Concentration Games PreK-Kindergarten
A collection of Concentration games related to farms. Common Core Standards addressed for Preschool: Begins to identify relevant and irrelevant information, pictures, and symbols related to a familiar topic. Demonstrates a growing receptive vocabulary (e.g. Identifies pictures related to word
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Argumentation: Where Toulmin and Tupac Collide (Lesson Bundle with Keys!)
The purpose of this mini-unit is to guide students through Types of Argument, Toulmin's Model of Argument, and Writing an Argumentative Essay all through the guise of studying Tupac's controversial maybe-death-maybe-faked-death situation. Comprised of six lessons intended for use in a 100-minute in
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Electricity: Energy From Different Sources Can Be Used ACSSU219
Yr6 – Science >Energy From A Variety Of Sources Can Be Used To Generate Electricity 23 pages of activities, guidance notes and answers developing thinking skills and decision-making based on scientific information. The skills developed include critical thinking, creative thinking, collaboration
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Writing a Biography
Research skills are a vital component in all areas of the curriculum. This pack will allow students to independently research and understand the importance of using relevant and irrelevant information. They will need to decipher and be able to pinpoint things that are necessary and things that aren'
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Relevant and Irrelevant details and/or evidence
A quick way to help students learn the difference between relevant and irrelevant supporting details and evidence.
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Informational Text Sorts ITS
A template to help students "sort" the relevant from irrelevant information found in an informational text, which I refer to as "ITS". I recommend teachers use these templates with whole class discussions when reading an exemplary text. Once students understand the "hows" then handout these template
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What is Relevant Information? Plan & Solve
A powerpoint that explains the importance of relevant and irrelevant information for students in mathematics.
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Academic Vocabulary: Information, Argument, and Persuasion
This presentation includes 20 academic vocabulary words that are used when studying informational, argumentative, and persuasive texts: Author's claim Vague Language Summarize Evidence, Argument Counterargument Persuasion Opposing Viewpoint Rhetorical Question Key informatin Main Idea Relevant and
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Suumary Writing
How to help struggling writers work on the summary? The activities will help students visualize a summary structure, work on relevant and irrelevant information about each summary element, and write a summary of the article provided.
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Text Evidence Jeopardy
Jeopardy game to review multiple pieces of text evidence. Categories include: vocabulary, inferences, relevant and irrelevant information, and direct quote vs paraphrases. Once opened the the Jeopardy screen, click the dollar amount to take you to the corresponding slide. Once on the question, simpl
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Research 101 - 3 Research Posters
Help your students become 21st century learners! This pack "Research 101" poster pack includes 3 different research posters for your classroom. These provide visual reminders for students as they learn how to use a search engine, use key terms, and how to differentiate between relevant and irrelevan
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Irrelevant Information Lesson
This mini-lesson practices finding irrelevant information using a biography of the president. It can be used as a printable, displayed on a smartboard or projector, or as an overhead. Students determine the one irrelevant sentence in each paragraph. The irrelevant information is still factual and cu
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Cause-Effect Formula for "Why" Questions
I often find my students struggle to provide cohesive and concise answers to "why" questions. I realized that teaching "why" questions within the context of cause and effect helped students discriminate between relevant and irrelevant information when crafting their answers. The worksheet is organi
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CUBES Problem Solving Recording Sheet
The CUBES problem solving method for mathematics requires learners to break apart word problems for relevant and irrelevant information to assist in the solving of the problem. The CUBES problem solving sheet can be laminated and placed on learners desks for each word problem. Using a dry erase mark
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Real World Word Problems-Ratios and Proportions
This was designed as a resource that could be used without running any copies. You can project this onto a whiteboard page by page and allow the students to work along in groups or independently on notebook paper. However, if you would like to print this for use at centers, it should work just as
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RI.8.8. - Developing and Evaluating an Author's Argument, Claims, and Evidence
This item is a Google Presentation (PDF) that helps teach the standard - RI.8.8. If you would like me to share the presentation with you, please message me once you've purchased the item. This item includes the following topics: *Standard Breakdown *Vocabulary Words (argument, claims, evidence, r
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Analyze Relevant Evidence & Argument with Film: NO PREP Lesson & Activities:RI.8
Use short film clips to evaluate argument and specific claims, assessing valid, relevant and sufficient evidence and reasoning in secondary reading informational text (common core ELA standard #8)! Introduce, Practice & Assess: CCSS.ELA.RI.8 (GRADE 6 - 12) 2 products: Grade 6-8 version & G
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Relevant vs Irrelevant Evidence
When using evidence in their writing sometimes students can add just any information from the text they have read. This poster/ writing support explains students in writing as well as visually what is relevant and irrelevant Evidence.
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Informative Essay Task Cards - Text-Based!
Use these task cards to give your students practice with identifying introduction components like hook, "arch" (transition), and thesis as well as relevant and irrelevant evidence and commentary! Students read the two texts and then use these cards to practice with the vocabulary. You can do this i
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Topic and Details: Practice with Informational Texts
Great for independent seatwork, or as a whole class activity ,this is a practice or review for students who have already been introduced to the concept of a topic sentence supported by relevant details. It contains three easy paragraphs, each with an easily identifiable topic sentence and details (e
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