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Students will read a question and practice restating the question. There is no passages. This is a great intervention for kids who have trouble writing complete sentences when answering questions. This is great for Google Classroom. You can also use it during whole group instuction.
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Students will read a question and practice restating the question. There is no passages. This is a great intervention for kids who have trouble writing complete sentences when answering questions. This is great for Google Classroom. You can also use it during whole group instuction.
These RAP signs are a great resource for students to get in the habit of using the text and details provided to answer questions presented to him. By having students also restate the question, students are showing their comprehension of the question itself as they begin to answer it.Thank you for sh
These RAP signs are a great resource for students to get in the habit of using the text and details provided to answer questions presented to him. By having students also restate the question, students are showing their comprehension of the question itself as they begin to answer it.Thank you for sh
32 page PowerPoint with anchor charts and 7 page leveled Independent PracticeRestating the question is a difficult task that most students struggle with. This lesson is designed to teach students to restate the question when answering a constructed response type question. The 32 page PowerPoint and
Use this product to encourage your students to RAP their short answers. It will help them remember to restate the question, answer the question, and prove their answer with text evidence or their own explanation. With this download, you will receive several pieces that will help you incorporate thi
Restating the Question is a difficult skill for many students. To help them learn and practice the skill, a variety of acronyms are used by teachers. This product includes posters for: PQA, TTQA, RACE, and RAPS. Choose which strategy works for you!I prefer PQA- Put the Question in the Answer as t
RAP Written Comprehension Strategy Bookmark This bookmark is meant to assist students with written response questions. The song acts as an auditory aid to remember the steps in the RAP strategy. My students were truly engaged with the song. Despite on-level oral reading and oral comprehension, man
The RAP Writing Strategy poster is a way to help students answer short response questions. This method is helpful for students to help scaffold responses for all students. It teaches students to do what good writers do naturally—restating the question in a complete sentence, answering all parts of
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Teachers use acronyms for everything! Help your students remember how to answer text dependent questions using an acronym. Included in this freebie are four different acronyms to choose from (RADD, RAFT, RAPS, or RACE). All acronyms are variations of restating the question, answering the question, a
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This digital R.A.P. Strategy is used as a reminder for students on what to include in a constructed response. RESTATE THE QUESTIONANSWER THE QUESTIONPROVE YOUR ANSWER WITH DETAILS FROM THE TEXTThis version can be assigned to google classroom.Students can type directly in the form.Teachers can inclu
Here is a bright, welcoming set of posters to help your students with answering compression questions and analyzing questions while testing or during class activities. I created these posters so I could have easy but fun classroom references. These are a great tool to get the students to relate th
Help students learn to Restate the Question, Answer the Question, and Prove your Answer w/Evidence from the Text with these posters! Included: RAP Poster RAP Reading Sentence Starters RAP example RAP Math Sentence Starters
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The Common Core Learning Standards place great emphasis on a student's ability to use text-based evidence in written answers. "RAPS" is a teacher-tested method that provides an easy way for students to recall the organization and requirements of a text-based answer. Best yet, it can be used in ALL c
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Use this Emoji themed activity as a poster or a worksheet to review with students how to restate the question when they respond in writing. As a bonus you get to know about them, too! Fill out a poster yourself as a demonstration of “RAP”. Through your demo students will not only learn how to “RAP”
In this document you will be able to allow students to have guided practice with restating the question. Students will be able to read a paragraph and then read two questions. With these two questions students will have the word cards to formulate the beginning of their answer by restating the que
I have noticed that many students today cannot properly answer a short response question. There has been a huge shift back towards students being able to restate the question in their answers. In addition to that, common core wants students to use text based evidence in their work. I use this in my
Do your students need a little help "rocking" their answers to questions? :) This process chart will help your students remember the three basic principles of answering a question: R - restate the question A - answer the question P - prove your answer with details from the text Thank you for che
Help break down the complex concept of a R.A.P. Response! A R.A.P response requires your students to answer a text-based question by restating the question, providing an accurate answer, and proving your answer is correct. This template can be printed for your entire class and used each time they ne
In this document you will be able to allow students to have guided practice with restating the question. Students will be able to read a paragraph and then read two questions. With these two questions students will have the word cards to formulate the beginning of their answer by restating the que
Anchor Chart to help students remember to answer questions by restating, answering, and proving.
Great visual for students to remember the best way to answer a writing question: Restate the question, Answer the question, Prove your answer! No prep needed :) ENJOY!
Restate the question Answer the question Prove it with evidence Sum it up
Getting students to write full complete sentences can be a challenge. So, “Teach em’ How to RAP.” The R.A.P. strategy is used when students are answering short answer responses. Sets Available: - White and Black one with arrows and one without - Black and White - Shiplap and Black - Wood and White

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