FREE sampler of Super Text Detectives: Find the Text Evidence! I love these for introducing my kids to close reading- and my kids have tons of fun coloring their answers!

FREE sampler of Super Text Detectives: Find the Text Evidence!These look great for introducing kids to close reading- and kids will have tons of fun coloring their answers!

This anchor chart provides students with useful phrases when introducing evidence or citing evidence from a text. The chart also provides sentence starters for students to use in conjunction with evidence from a text.

Citing Evidence Anchor Chart

Text dependent questions sentence starters for essays F: ELA Secondary/Text Dependent LB Educational Services - CISS Text Dependent Questions: Sample Question Starters

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

Get your students citing text evidence like pros with this set of posters, bookmarks, and reference sheet. Each poster includes a sentence stem and example of how to cite text evidence.

Citing Text Evidence Posters & More

Get your students citing text evidence like pros with this set of posters, bookmarks, and reference sheet. Each poster includes a sentence stem and example of how to cite text evidence.

FREEBIE! Showing Evidence Strips....These have great evidence stems to help your kiddos cite specific evidence in their written responses/discussions. Just print and cut down the middle.

The Creative Chalkboard: Showing Evidence Freebie--Great for close reading and text-based evidence. Maybe make into anchor chart instead?

Find the Evidence with these Text Detectives pages- LOVE that kids get to color-code! Now available for almost every month (with the rest coming soon!)

Find the Evidence with these Text Detectives pages- LOVE that kids get to color-code! Now available for almost every month (with the rest coming soon!) could make this for the high school level by using highlighters

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