Reflection: High Expectations Textual Evidence - Beginning - Section 2: Practice Locating Textual Evidence


After brainstorming and discussing possibilities for verbs that could accurately be used in writing to introduce textual evidence, I made a poster of these to be hung in the classroom - “Textual Evidence Verbs”.  Being on the wall, encourages students to easily refer to and incorporate the terms in their writing.


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Textual Evidence - Beginning

Unit 3: Writing: Part II
Lesson 9 of 9

Objective: SWBAT fluently incorporate textual evidence into their writing.

Big Idea: Inferences need to be supported with textual evidence.

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