What a great tool to help guide students toward citing evidence correctly!
Use Says, Means, Matters to cite authors, evidence, quoted text, and more. Includes examples for modeling and concludes with a summary paragraph using the RACE Strategy.
English Language Arts, Social Studies - History, Informational Text
Digital Graphic organizer for answering the 5 Ws: Who, What, When, Where & Why format. This can be used for current events, historical biographies, storytelling, etc.
This is a digital graphic organizer that works best with Google Docs &
Social Studies - History, Library Skills, Short Stories
This graphic organizer template can be used for finding the central idea of a text. This example includes a constructed response question about the Bill of Rights, but can be adapted to reflect any text. This is helpful for students to analyze the
Full lesson plan with step-by-step teaching instructions, worksheets and digital document access. Find the Central Idea of the Bill of RightsStudents will close read the Bill of Rights with teacher, then complete note-taking guide and graphic