Wonder Bubbles are an excellent way to incorporate non-fiction, evidence based writing into your classroom.

Wonder Bubbles are an excellent way to incorporate non-fiction, evidence based writing into your classroom. Full lesson here. Could modify this for fourth grade and incorporate thinking maps EASILY!

This great Instagram Activity is perfect to use in your elementary or middle school (or even high school!) classroom to help student further understand characterization, symbols, and evidence based writing. Hits multiple Common Core Standards in a fun way - and it's a free resource!

FREE Help student further understand characterization, symbols, and evidence based writing. Hits multiple Common Core Standards in a fun way - and it's a free resource!

Teach students words and phrases that will help them write with text evidence. FREE!

Evidence Based Terminology These Evidence Based Terminology guides include the formal language students must use when citing text evidence, as well as references from fiction and nonfiction.

Arguments & Opinions - I'm Lovin' Lit

Arguments & Opinions

Evidence Based Terminology These Evidence Based Terminology guides include the formal language students must use when citing text evidence, as well as references from fiction and nonfiction. If your students struggle to use the proper

Free: Evidence Based Terminology

Writing with Text Evidence

Free: Evidence Based Terminology Guide: includes the formal language students must use when citing text evidence.

great anchor chart for Evidence Based Terms, to help students reason with their answers in math word problems

Evidenced Based Terms for Math

great anchor chart for Evidence Based Terms, to help students reason with their answers in math word problems

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21 Cool Anchor Charts To Teach Close-Reading Skills

FREE reading comprehension passages for Kindergarten and First grade. Differentiated for writers and non-writers. Text evidence based reading passages for guided reading.

Teach Your Child To Read - FREE reading comprehension passages for Kindergarten and First grade. Differentiated for writers and non-writers. Text evidence based reading passages for guided reading. - Teach Your Child To Read

Are your students struggling to use evidence in their writing?  Are you preparing for a state writing test, such as MACS or FSA Writes?  Whether you are teaching DBQs or paired passages, teachers can use the TEACH method to break down the writing process.  The TEACH acronym is easy to remember, and with some practice students can really improve their evidence-based writing.  An outlining freebie is included in the blog post.

Teaching Tips from Amy Mezni

Improve Text-Based Essays in 5 Simple Steps - Learn how to use the TEACH strategy to improve Text-Based Essays. A free Outlining resource is included in the post.

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- bulletin board to encourage students to use evidence based terms to respond to their reading

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.

Knowing the answer is one thing...but being able to justify your thinking by citing text is an entirely different type of skill. Ta...

Citing Text Evidence in 6 Steps

Text evidence sentence starters for students and lots of tips for teaching kids to cite text evidence in reading on Upper Elementary Snapshots: Citing Text Evidence in 6 Steps

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