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My goal of an entirely student-led “Grand Conversation” about a book was elusive until this fall.

Evidence Base Terms YES! Get them to actually respond and give reasons for their answers from the text! Reading like a Detective!

Thrasher's Fifth Grade Rockstars: Classroom library, Clipboards and Colorful charts galore.Common Core asks us to provide evidence from the reading to support our opinions.anchor chart idea for evidence based terms

Easy way to help students answer open response

FREE-Evidence in Writing Poster(anchor chart) English Language Arts Minilessons, Printables.Use this poster / anchor chart to help your students pull the supporting evidence and details out from the text.

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Good Readers Show Evidence- bulletin board to encourage students to use evidence based terms to respond to their reading

R.A.C.E. used to answer open ended literacy questions. R-restate the answer, A-answer all questions, C-cite evidence from text, and E-explain answer

Would change to TRACE (T= TAG the passage) R. used to answer open ended literacy questions. R-restate the answer, A-answer all questions, C-cite evidence from text, and E-explain answer

meaningful conversations (for discussions as a whole group, small group, or partners)

How to participate in meaningful conversation anchor chart. These are great sentence starters for during partner or group work.

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Post-it Guidelines and other anchor charts---I tried independent reading a new way this year. I seriously wish I had already seen this poster. It is perfect!

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