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Determine the argument and evaluate the claims of a text, distinguishing arguments that are bolstered by reasons and evidence from claims that aren't.

Using text evidence. (Anchor chart idea. Image only)

Creative Classroom Ideas | Education | Learnist...colored index cards for each student. During independent work time or group work, the students use the cards

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Close Reading

close reading evidence posters for primary students

Textual Evidence Anchor Chart

Common Core Skills: How to show evidence from the text.

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ACE Answer Cite Extend Strategy for answering open-ended & citing text evidence

ACE helps students with a mnemonic and a framework for responding to open-ended questions. Help students easily answer open-ended responses with the ACE strategy. File contains: -8.5x11 inch poster explaining the A C E. -15 5x11inch mini size posters with sentence stems. Sentence stems make it easier for students to cite evidence. -bookmark for student reference.

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Chapter Study Guides {Non-Fiction}: DURING Reading Activity for ANY Book

$- Students make chapter study guides - assess literal comprehension, summary, main idea, supporting a thesis, and more! Students lead in-class discussions and write test questions! Use during reading instead of chapter quizzes (or in addition). Use for ANY middle or high school non-fiction book (or textbook!)

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Independent Reading: "Book of the Month" for Middle School (Grades 6-8)

A cheap, easy routine for monthly independent reading! Use logs and calendars (instead of book reports) to record reactions and keep the focus on differentiating texts; can be assessed alone or in a reading portfolio! (CCSS Grades 6-8)