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{Are You a Text Talker?} Using the Language of Textual Evidence: ELA CCSS 1

Hello Literacy
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This freebie is a quick cheat-sheet for students to remind themselves of the text-based language called for by students in the Common Core for ELA, in particular, during and while participating in teacher-directed close readings of text. These sentence starters give students a head start on how to begin their thinking and use text-based language when orally citing evidence from the text.

This product is one sheet with the option of several different backgrounds. Print full sheets or select "multiple sheets" at the Print Screen to print 2 or 4 on a sheet.

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Jen Jones-Hello Literacy
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10 pages
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