Citing Textual Evidence Chart from Roz Linder blog! Also included steps to incorportate into your classroom.

Citing Textual Evidence Chart - this quick reference chart will help you find and cite specific evidence from any reading.

Video of a teacher showing how to get the kids to cite textual evidence to use in their writing.

VIDEO: Teaching students to use textual evidence is a key component of the Common Core. Learn how to teach students to cite textual evidence, engage in collaborative discussions and draw evidence from literary text in preparation for writing.

Read how one teacher has found success helping her students learn to justify their answers using specific parts of the text.

Upper Elementary Snapshots

Upper Elementary Snapshots: Citing Text Evidence in 6 Steps - a great way to explicitly teach kids how to cite, with models and examples of what that looks like.

Back Up Your Thinking - Citing Textual Evidence Activities

Scavenger Hunts for Readers: 4 Fun Citing Textual Evidence Activities

Back Up Your Thinking - Citing Textual Evidence Activities

How to Teach Text Evidence- Awesome post to teach students how to cite evidence within text using prior knowledge, inferring, highlighting, paraphrasing, and quoting.

How to Teach Text Evidence

How to Teach Text Evidence- Awesome post to teach students how to cite evidence within text using prior knowledge, inferring, highlighting, paraphrasing, and quoting.

Reading Literature Interactive Notebook for grades 6-9!  Specifically focuses on: character development, figurative language, plot development, citing textual evidence, and vocabulary! $

Reading Literature Interactive Notebook: Grades 6-9

Reading Literature Interactive Notebook for grades Specifically focuses on: character development, figurative language, plot development, citing textual evidence, and vocabulary!

Link to blog post with free ACE templates and complete instructions for implementing the ACE method in your classroom. Can be used for grades 4-8. http://imlovinlit.blogspot.com

Free ACE templates and complete instructions for implementing the ACE method in your classroom. Can be used for grades - very similar to RACE strategy we use in out classroom.

Spin 'N Spot task cards are a handy and helpful tool for readers as they practice the essential, yet challenging skill of citing textual evidence.  While reading, readers “spin” to one or more of the four prompts on a Spin 'N Spot task card. They then use the prompt(s) to help them “spot” textual evidence, using the evidence to make inferences and explain their thinking.

Cite Text Evidence - Spin N' Spot

Spin 'N Spot task cards are a handy and helpful tool for readers as they practice the essential, yet challenging skill of citing textual evidence. While reading, readers spin to one or more of the four prompts on a Spin 'N Spot task card.

RL.7.1 - Make Inferences, Cite Textual Evidence

- Make Inferences, Cite Textual Evidence

This is the third PowerPoint in a series of four that I use to teach my students about Informative/Explanatory Writing. This presentation includes how to write the body paragraphs of an informative essay. Included: -What is a body paragraph -How to cite textual evidence -How to elaborate on your

Informative/Explanatory Writing- Body Paragraphs

This is the third PowerPoint in a series of four that I use to teach my students about Informative/Explanatory Writing. This presentation includes how to write the body paragraphs of an informative essay. Included: -What is a body paragraph -How to cite textual evidence -How to elaborate on your

This packet includes 13 brightly colored chalkboard citing textual evidence…

Citing Textual Evidence Posters & Mini Posters

Literary Analysis Made Easy (Digital and Printable!)

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