St. Patrick’s Day ~ Make a Claim Using Evidence is GREAT for observations and TEST PREP! Everything you need to teach this important skill is included!
~ Includes a lesson guide to teach the skill,
a POEM and teaching template to practice the skill,
examples and answer key to make things simple for teachers,
two differentiated QUIZZES to assess comprehension,
a simple research printable,
a coloring sheet,
and a St. Patrick's Day themed Make a Claim TEMPLATE to practice the skill using ANY TEXT.
These St. Patrick's Day themed response TEMPLATES can be used with any fiction or nonfiction text during the month of March.
I made up these CCLS aligned response sheets/templates to help my students make a claim and prove it with evidence.
One POEM (written by me!!) with COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS and a guide for teaching the poem.
One colorful LESSON GUIDE sheet designed to help you walk through the concept with your students and one black and white version to save your printer.
One response TEMPLATE designed to train your students to collect important evidence and then determine which evidence is the “best” or strongest and then practice making the claim and giving two facts to prove it. Use with ANY TEXT DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH.
One “model the work” EXAMLPLE sheet teachers can use as a model or guide.
One page of DIRECTIONS FOR TEACHERS for lessons
One response page designed to mirror state assessments.
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visual scaffolding Tools,
graphic organizers and
designed to teach CLOSE READING !
Close Reading; Summary Practice Nonfiction
Close Reading; Analyzing Characters
Close Reading; Summarizing Stories
Close Writing; The PQA Quiz; Assessments for Fictional Stories
Common Core Writing; The Character Analysis Paragraph
Writing; The Picture Paragraph