Using text evidence to Write About Reading! Meaningful reader response activities to use with any fiction story you choose! This resource encourages students to use text evidence to complete graphic organizers and short responses. TEXT EVIDENCE is explained, evidence based terms are included and many prompts are given throughout. These student friendly, common core aligned activities will accompany any reading program nicely. You can use these graphic organizers, reader response sheets and dig deeper pages to reinforce the essential skills and strategies our students need to succeed!
WHAT YOU’ll GET:
2 “Tips for Teachers” pages
18 Graphic Organizers
15 Reader Response Pages
1 “Reader Checklist” self assessment
1 “Comprehension Questions” Page
1 “What is Evidence?” Page
1 “Evidence Based Terms” Page
3 Extended Response Pages
SKILLS/STRATEGIES Addressed in this Resource: Main Idea, Setting, Point of View, Theme, Character Traits, Character Analysis, Cause and Effect, Summary, Author’s Purpose, Inference, Predict, Making Text Connections, Visualize, Writing a Short Response and Using Text Evidence.
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This product is available as part of a BUNDLE ELA Skills & Strategies BUNDLE
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