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These sentence frames illustrate the vocabulary frames ELD strategy developed by the Arizona Department of Education and used by ELL learners everywhere. Students identify the names of objects and are then given sentence frames to support them in verbally expressing the objects appearance and/or f
Sentence starters for English and Spanish classrooms. Great for dual language immersion classrooms. These can be copied on half sheet and/or card stock for student tools or portfolios. Great for anchor charts around the room! Perfect resource for any second-language learner!
This handout has two options to create a defensible thesis statement. It also includes sentence frames for three body paragraphs to allow students to understand the major movements of a speech, letter, or article, thus creating a stronger line of reasoning within their rhetorical analysis essay.Thes
Grades:
9th - 12th
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Topic Sentence Frames - Expository WritingPerfect for many classroom settings - general education, special education, self-contained, ICT, ESL, EFL and more! Crafting topic sentences can be very challenging for even the brightest students. This resource is perfect for a digital resource/anchor chart
Sentence frames for any writing situation!
These sentence frames can be posted anywhere in the science classroom or science center. These are very helpful for ESL students completing lab reports or students who are having trouble putting their thoughts together.
This social media template can be completed by students as an end of unit review to check for comprehension of characters, character traits, and events in the text. This is also a resource that could be used in a history class to check for understanding of historical figures and events. This downloa
Sentence Frames are a commonly used accommodation for students with language and learning disabilities, but what are sentence frames? Share this evidence based handout with teachers, and other collaborators to support their understanding of the benefit of sentence frames!
These sentence frames may be useful for teaching how to write topic sentences in informational texts.ELLs may benefit from having these frames along with the explicit examples.
Pictures to sort out by color and practice Spanish sentence frames. SEE MY STORE FOR SORTING SHEET AND SENTENCE FRAMES.
Grades:
PreK - 12th
Free handout! Sentence frames for visual analysis. I use this handout in conjunction with my visual rhetoric activity. Visual Rhetoric: Analyzing Images - Works for Any Image! Be sure to also check out my Writing Style: Unit Bundle Writing Style: Unit Bundle! With twenty-two pages and ten act
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education
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Sentence frames to help students put the pieces of making an inference together. Three self-explanatory frames for students to complete. Students complete the first sentence with evidence from the text. The second frame allows them to delve into their own knowledge or experience. Finally, they a
Students use expressions with feelings, prepositions, places around cities, activities (verbs) to create a mini-book. The story line: X is missing, he usually goes certain places with certain people when he feels a certain way to do certain things. Students decide the details of these 'certain'
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Grades:
6th - 11th
Simple sentence frames to help students deeply analyze textual evidence! Can be used as a reference resource, in interactive notebooks, or to utilize during an activity!
Sentence frames to differentiate and guide discussion of Stockton's work, the Lady or the Tiger
A big thought may need a long sentence, but human awareness is limited to 4–7 chunks of information. A cumulative-generative sentence starts with the subject AND predicate and then adds modifying phrases after that. This kind of word-ordering allows the reader’s mind to pause and super-chunk the fir
Sometimes, educators have to be prepared for hard conversations in their classroom communities. These sentence frames were designed to assist educators in having safe, respectful and restorative conversations about conflict.
** FREEBIE ** This is a great resource when teaching the RACE or RACES strategy for reading response questions! Download and print for a class-use poster, or print for each student so it can be more accessible to them! I have adapted this poster from a mixture of tools I use in my classroom for th
Grades:
2nd - 9th
This is a list of examples of sentence frame that helps students to think and share their questions strategically. It also helps students organize their thoughts and share their opinions with others.
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Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Would you like your students to correctly cite quotations in their papers? How about giving them hours of practice with Coach B's Awfully Simple Deep Citation Sentence Frame!? Anyone familiar with Common Core Standards will be aware of the emphasis on citing sources when doing research. The bea
Grades:
1st - 12th
Help your student engage in academic discourse with this handy resource. These sentence frames organized by purpose provide a wonderful scaffold for students.
Grades:
4th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Use these with your students. Make an accountable talk focus wall!
The posters include phrases to help student writers incorporate evidence into their argument. The posters include "power" verbs like implies, asserts, explicit, etc. The set is completely customizable and editable to suit your needs. You may change the color, size and even add additional call-out bu
***I'm pleased to share that as of September 2013, these Critical Thinking Language Frames (along with my Reading Interventions "If/Then" Menu) were selected for inclusion as a professional learning resource in the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium Digital Library. Read more about it here.***

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