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- Are your students struggling with writing claim, evidence, and reasoning? Need an arsenal of PRINTABLE AND DIGITAL teaching tools and writing scaffolds for your c-e-r writing projects? This bundle has everything you need to introduce C-E-R (or CER, C.E.R, etc.) to your students AND have them practic$11.55$14.44Save $2.89
Are you focusing on claim, evidence, and reasoning skills in your class? Working on C-E-R writing is great scaffolding for struggling writers, but introducing the terms and concepts can be a time suck. Skip the prep and get straight to the content with these 5 C-E-R writing mini-lessons in one Google Slides presentation.
This slideshow is designed to introduce or review the C-E-R process, break down claim, evidence, and reasoning, and remind students that their writing should be cohesive.
- C-E-R Overview: What is claim, evidence, and reasoning? When and why do we use these strategies
- Claim: What makes a strong claim?
- Evidence: What makes for supportive evidence? How do we quote directly from a source?
- Reasoning: What should reasoning include? How do we write strong conclusion sentences?
- C-E-R Recap/Review: What do we need to keep in mind when we put a claim, evidence, and reasoning together?
***Before purchasing, please look over the preview. The text in this Google Slides presentation is editable, but the backgrounds are not. I included as much of the actual PowerPoint as I could in the preview, given file size limitations. Please review it to make sure it looks right for you and your class prior to purchase.
- FREE C-E-R Writing Handout (give to students after lesson #1)
- C-E-R Review Worksheet (give to students after lesson #1 to check understanding OR after lesson #5 for review)
- Claim Task Cards (give to students after lesson #2)
- Evidence Task Cards (give to students after lesson #3)
- Reasoning Task Cards (give to students after lesson #4)
- C-E-R Graphic Organizer (give to students after lesson #5 with a question to answer and have them actually apply C-E-R to their writing)
***This resource is a Google Slides document in a Google folder. You'll have to allow TPT access to your Google Account. Only the text is editable in the slides. Please be sure to check out the preview before purchasing to be sure that this product is right for you.