One of the pages in the Reasons and Evidence Unit by The Teacher Next door. Great practice with comprehension as well as citing evidence. $

One of the pages in the Reasons and Evidence Unit by The Teacher Next door. Great practice with comprehension as well as citing evidence. $

fifth grade anchor charts | Check out this anchor chart from Jennifer Hartley's 5th-Grade class:

fifth grade anchor charts | Check out this anchor chart from Jennifer Hartley's 5th-Grade class:

The Lesson Cloud: "Common Core Booster: Text-Based Answers" (Free Sample included from MsJordanReads)

The Lesson Cloud: "Common Core Booster: Text-Based Answers" (Free Sample included from MsJordanReads)

Good Readers Show Evidence- great bulletin board to encourage students to use evidence based terms to respond to their reading! {freebie posters included!}

Good Readers Show Evidence- great bulletin board to encourage students to use evidence based terms to respond to their reading! {freebie posters included!}

Citing text evidence chart. Will give a copy to past in my ELL and Special Ed students' interactive science journal.

Citing text evidence chart. Will give a copy to past in my ELL and Special Ed students' interactive science journal.

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

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

Poster I created to emphasize the use of text-based evidence in the classroom. It will be used right off the bat with my 3-levels of questions and "the Sherlock Holmes method of reading" (inference) lesson!

Poster I created to emphasize the use of text-based evidence in the classroom. It will be used right off the bat with my 3-levels of questions and "the Sherlock Holmes method of reading" (inference) lesson!

Great way to teach finding evidence from the text. After reading a book together as a class come up with an argument (ex. Julius is the Baby of the World) and have each class member look through the text to find and cite statements that support this argument. Then go through them as a class and talk about which statements supported the argument and which didn't.

Great way to teach finding evidence from the text. After reading a book together as a class come up with an argument (ex. Julius is the Baby of the World) and have each class member look through the text to find and cite statements that support this argument. Then go through them as a class and talk about which statements supported the argument and which didn't.

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