This "Prove It" or exit slip will help teachers gain formative or summative feedback as to whether or not students are understanding Common Core Standard RL.6.1 (Cite textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text).
* Easy to model with a whole class example
* Quotations marks to signify direct quotes (evidence) from the text
* Sentence stems provide a guide for in-class discussion or partner pair-and-share talks
* Stems help ELL students get started
* Use as a guide to lead into independent reader's responses
* Follows 6th grade standard, but could be used for alternate grade levels as Common Core Standards are scaffolded
* Great practice for Literature or Informational texts
*** !! UPDATE: Please check out a 7-PAGE PREVIEW for my 12-page Mini-Lesson/Station/Center Activity for this same Common Core Standard, which includes POSTERS and SORTING CARDS to help students understand the difference between an inference and an explicit statement: Aurelia's Tale - Explicit vs. Implied Message Activity
... NOW INCLUDED with this download !! ***
Thanks so much,
Jenna (Shorty Says)
Common Core Standards, Comprehension, Vocabulary, ELA, English Language Arts, Literature, Informational Text
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