Citing Textual Evidence
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TEXT EVIDENCE READING PASSAGES & QUESTIONS Differentiated | Digital & Printable
This Text Evidence unit is a complete, NO-Prep unit with a variety of activities to help students have a deeper understanding of their reading. Anchor Charts, Mentor Text, Interactive Pages, Practice, Task Cards, Assesment, Tracking, and Student Edition! These comprehension skills include: What is TEXT EVIDENCE? How to Provide TEXT EVIDENCE through ACE and RAP -PRIOR KNOWLEDGE, HIGHLIGHTING, INFERRING, PARAPHRASING, QUOTING and more!
MLA 8 In-Text Citation Unit + Embedding Textual Evidence - Distance Learning
The Lesson and digital (and printable) interactive notebook will help your students learn:-How to create an in-text citation with and without an author's name.-How to lead into or out of a quote with the student's own words. -How to pepper a quote.-How to delete parts of the quote to seamlessly incorporate the evidence into the student's paragraph.-Block style quotations.-How to cite dialogue-Examples from quality literature for each type of citation. -Text Evidence Trouble-Shooting Guide te...
Text Evidence - Finding Proof
Vocabulary station activity: context clues practice. Can take this and turn it into a paragraph: "I think ____ means ____. One piece of evidence to prove this is _____. Also, from the text, I know that _____. As you can see, I think ___ means _____." Just enough to give them the basics of a paragraph.
Text Message Analysis Making Inferences Activity
My middle schoolers loved this. Great for drawing conclusions, citing evidence and making inferences. They loved reading these text message conversations to analyze the messages and practice making inferences.
The Literary Maven: Text Based Drawings: A Creative Way to Get Students to Use Evidence from the Text
Asking students to cite evidence for every single question they answer when reading and responding to a text might be good practice and ensure that they are reading closely, but it also becomes repetitive. One way to mix things up is to ask students to draw a picture and label it based on details from the text. Read on for more about this strategy and to see student examples.