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PAPERLESS OPTION!!! Do your students need citing evidence practice with constructed response questions? Do they refuse to practice summarizing and synthesizing reading skills? If so, then these 5 Nonfiction Text Evidence Reading Passages and Text Evidence-based Writing Prompts are for you.

NOTE: This Option 1 Hashtag Day Mini-Unit is part of our March Hashtag Bundle.

This product offers fun and engaging emojis and hashtag activities, mixed with rigor and CCSS. Students cannot resist emojis and hashtags! Although this March Hashtag mini-unit looks like a lot of fun, it has no fluff. Every part of the unit uses higher-order thinking skills. The social media theme is used with the following ELA skills.

• Emojis used for Predicting

• Cell phone text bubbles for answering Constructed Response Questions

• Hashtags for Summarizing and Synthesizing

• Cute emoji themed Journal Paper for CCSS Text Dependent Writing Tasks.

This Option 1 Hashtag Day Mini-Unit is part of our March #Hashtag Days Bundle.

CLICK HERE to see the entire March Hashtag Bundle.

Here are the other 3 Options for March Hashtag Days:

Option 2

Option 3

Option 4

Click HERE if you are interested in our Hashtag Days Year Long Bundle.

Option 1 - March mini-unit includes these 5 High-Interest Passages (Lexile Range 800-1000) that are themed around the month of March, Spring and St. Patrick's Day.

1. #MagicallyMonday (Lucky Charms Cereal)

• Text Dependent Opinion Writing (CCSS W.1)

2. #TelephoneTuesday (Alexander Grahm Bell)

• Text Dependent Narrative Writing (CCSS W.3)

3. #WeatherWednesday (Weather in March)

• Text Dependent Informational Writing (CCSS W.2)

4. #TheodorThursday (Dr. Seuss)

• Text Dependent Informational Writing (CCSS W.2)

5. #FestivalFriday (St. Patrick’s Day)

• Text Dependent Narrative Writing (CCSS W.3)

Included in Hashtag Days Product:

• 5 passages w/ a trendy and engaging social media theme.

• 2 Constructed Response Questions with each passage

• 1 Summary / Synthesizing activity using #hashtags

• 5 Text-dependent writing prompts with a planning sheet and journal paper.

• Google Docs / Google Slides option built to be used with Google Classroom for each passage.

• Color or Black & White pdf. Printout.

o 2 Narrative Writing Assignments (CCSS W.3)

o 2 Informational Writing Assignments (CCSS W.2)

o 1 Opinion Writing Assignment (CCSS W.1)

This resource can be used in a variety of ways:

• Passage of the day

• Daily Writing Prompts

• Morning Work / Bell Work / Bell Ringers

• Literacy Stations for reading and writing

• Close Reads

• Annotating and coding text

• Prewriting

• Test Prep

• Daily Five’s: “Read to Self” or “Write to Self” or “Read to Someone”

• Cooperative learning groups

• Homework

• Sub Plans

• Text-Dependent Writing Practice

• Text-Dependent Reading Practice

• Citing Evidence Practice

We hope you enjoy all the uses this resource offers!

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Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, relevant descriptive details, and well-structured event sequences.
Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas, concepts, and information through the selection, organization, and analysis of relevant content.
Write arguments to support claims with clear reasons and relevant evidence.
Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences.
Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly.

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