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Non-Fiction Text Response Graphic Organizer. 5-3-1. Can be used with any informational text and hits second grade common core reading standard RI.2.1. by gayle

Non-Fiction Text Response Graphic Organizer. 5-3-1. Can be used with any informational text and hits second grade common core reading standard RI.2.1. by gayle

Are you tired of the same boring feelings vocabulary your students are using in their stories and reading responses? Use these 70+ feelings vocabulary word cards to help your students move past "happy," "sad," and "angry." You'll be THRILLED you did!

Word Wall Cards Feelings Words

Are you tired of the same boring feelings vocabulary your students are using in their stories and reading responses? Use these 70+ feelings vocabulary word cards to help your students move past "happy," "sad," and "angry." You'll be THRILLED you did!

Math Word Wall for Grades 3-4  Vocabulary & Visual Elements Common Core Aligned

Math Word Wall Grades 3-4 {Common Core Aligned}

Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting Informational Text Task Cards! Help your students learn the difference or use them for just one skill. COMMON CORE TEST PREP perfect!$

Summarizing Paraphrasing Quoting Text Task Cards

Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting Informational Text Task Cards! Help your students learn the difference or use them for just one skill. COMMON CORE TEST PREP perfect!$

Informational Text Response (Non-Fiction Text Features Main Idea) Any Text

Informational Text Response (Non-Fiction Text Features Main Idea) Any Text

This is a wonderful tool that works with any type of informational or non-fiction text. This resource is Common Core aligned and was created for upper grades. Students are scaffolded through this response sheet.

One of the shifts of the common core is "Reading, writing and speaking grounded in evidence from text, both literary and informational."  Is it always warranted that a student cite using MLA format?  No.  Teaching students how to informally cite text to support what is explicitly stated and to support inferences is very important as they analyze texts for multiple purposes.

One of the shifts of the common core is "Reading, writing and speaking grounded in evidence from text, both literary and informational." Is it always warranted that a student cite using MLA format? No. Teaching students how to informally cite text to support what is explicitly stated and to support inferences is very important as they analyze texts for multiple purposes.

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