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Building a powerful case against a criminal requires effective processing of the crime scene. Evidence missed there is gone forever. Setting up a mock crime scene teaches law enforcement students the processes and roles in crime scene investigations and helps them understand the application of general scientific ...
Knowing the answer is one thing...but being able to justify your thinking by citing text is an entirely different type of skill. Taking the text and combing through it, like an old man at the beach with a metal detector, determined to find some treasures, not only takes strong reading comprehension skills, but also takes some perseverance, to find what we're looking for. In this post by The Teacher Next Door, I'll share the six steps I use in my classroom, to teach this important reading…
Maggie LoCasale saved to Grade 3
Poster I created to emphasize the use of text-based evidence in the classroom. It will be used right off the bat with my 3-levels of questions and "the Sherlock Holmes method of reading" (inference) lesson!
Lauren Stevenson saved to Reading/ELA
Find and save ideas about Citing text evidence on Pinterest. | See more about Text based evidence, Evidence anchor chart and Text evidence.
Zara Brown saved to Teaching
The ancient non-Christian interpretations (and critical commentaries) of the Gospel accounts serve to strengthen the core claims of the New Testament.
Chris Michelle Douglas saved to bible
People say a lot of stupid stuff. And we judge them for it. But every now and then, over time, enough evidence emerges to prove us all wrong and redeem even the wildest statements.
Are your students having trouble finding answers and citing evidence in their reading? This STEP-BY-STEP process scaffolds through reading strategies to help your students be successful! Students will learn the acronyms for ACE, RACE, and RAP to provide them with the proper tools for citing evidence effectively along with
Stacie Lilly saved to 4th Writing
Here you can find the steps to use the C-E-R format to engage students in arguing from evidence.
Molly Broekemeier saved to Mad Scientist Ideas
We find that it is CRITICAL to share a few key pieces of information with our stakeholders. Our stakeholders are all of the people who have a vested interest in our students’ success (parents, other educators, administrators, our coworkers, etc). Click into this blog for more tips, tricks, and infor
Gladys Vega saved to Quick Saves