Take the struggle out of teaching students how to introduce evidence into their writing by using these textual evidence sticky note templates. Students write their evidence on a sticky note, stick it in the evidence box, add the sentence frame, and copy it to their rough draft! Done! Utilizing sticky notes to record evidence allows for the cards to be used again and again! Copying on card stock and laminating will extend use even further!
INCLUDED WITH YOUR DOWNLOAD:
Text-Based Evidence Sticky Note Template:
Each full-page template includes examples for introducing three different pieces of evidence from the text. Use the templates again and again by copying them on card-stock, laminating, and having students write their evidence on sticky notes.
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