Constructed Response

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Fluency, Vocabulary // In notes from my Communication Arts II class I have written, "Write like a reader. Read like a writer" on a handout my professor gave us that talks about the importance of teaching reading and writing together. (No traceable source) 3rd Grade Writing, Third Grade Reading, Second Grade, Grade 3, Reading Response Journal First Grade, Fourth Grade, Reading Response Activities, Reading Notebooks, Reading Skills

Anchor chart that gives students sentences that provokes feelings about their books. What they liked, didn't like, what they weren't sure about and how they felt after reading.

Teach your students how to properly embed quotations in their writing CCSS Aligned Includes ESL Differentiation Writing Grades 712 Teaching writing Secondary English High. Writing Strategies, Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Teaching English, Thesis Writing, Writing Jobs, Letter Writing, English Writing, Teaching Tips

Embedding Quotes: A Common Core Lesson About Writing with Quotations

Teach your students how to properly embed quotations in their writing. CCSS Aligned. Includes ESL Differentiation. Writing. Grades 7-12. Teaching writing. Secondary English. High school. Middle school.

Teach Your Child to Read Create●Teach●Share: Reading Portfolios- Part Reading Responses freebie Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Writing Comprehension, Guided Reading, Reading Habits, Comprehension Questions, Reading Groups

Reading Portfolios- Part 3: Reading Responses {+ freebie} - Create Teach Share

This week I finally finished “Reading Portfolios” for my students to use this year for their independent and in-class reading. I wanted students to have a place where they could record and track their independent reading habits, take notes on reading strategies and skills, and respond to their in-class and independent reading. I previously shared…

Free ACE templates and complete instructions for implementing the ACE method in your classroom. Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Teaching English, English Teachers, Persuasive Writing, Essay Writing, Writing Prompts, Interactive Writing Notebook, Interactive Notebooks

Thursday Throw Down #4: Citing Text Evidence in Literature Response - I'm Lovin' Lit

Wow! I can’t believe another month is already behind us! For today’s Thursday Throw Down, I’m going to show you how I have “beefed up” my students’ written response to literature. Be sure to grab the freebie interactive notebook lesson discussed here at the end of this post. I feel like I spend at least […]

Get started with Interactive Student Notebooks today in your classroom with this FREEBIE that teaches the difference between quoting summarizing and paraphrasing! Teaching Strategies, Teaching Writing, Student Teaching, Teaching Tools, Teaching English, Teaching Themes, Essay Writing, Summary Writing, Teacher Resources

Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting

Blog post about teaching your students the difference between quoting, summarizing, and paraphrasing!

FREE printable for answering open response questions. Perfect for On Demand Writing and Constructed Response (The Brown Bag Teacher) Races Writing Strategy, Race Writing, 5th Grade Writing, Third Grade Reading, Writing Strategies, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Teaching Ideas, Guided Reading

1st Grade Writing: Pairing Writing & Reading - The Brown Bag Teacher

There are only so many hours in the day. See how to leverage reading and writing to support one another in our 1st grade writing block.

Using actual text evidence, the students draw a picture of the setting and then cut out the text to prove it. I like using the text evidence with setting to introduce text evidence. Reading Lessons, Reading Resources, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Strategies, Guided Reading, Reading Projects, Math Lessons

Teaching in Room 6

Upper elementary blog with practical, rigorous, classroom tested ideas to implement with your students.

4 Corner Collaborative Reader Response Activity - students work individually, then collaborate in a group to build the best reader response. Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Reading Genres, Teaching Literature, Reading Activities, Guided Reading, Teaching Tools

Reading Response Sheets - Collaborative Activity

Stick-It Together Collaborative Reader Response Activity - the perfect group work activity to get your students talking and working together to build a strong constructed response for all reading genres. $

Reading Response Starters - will have my students past them in their reading journal to pick from. Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Teaching Ideas, Reading Centers, Close Reading, Reading Response Journals, Reading Notebooks

Reading Response Starters for journals :) not as much on it for a first grade version would be good.

Common Core Skills: How to show evidence from the text. I would have to redo this to emphasize correct MLA parenthetical citation. Citing Evidence, Text Evidence, Common Core Ela, Common Core Reading, Reading Workshop, Reading Skills, Reading Strategies, Reading Comprehension, Writing Skills

Common Core Skill: Show Evidence From the Text

Common Core skill: Showing evidence from the text to support your answer

Essay writer high schools Teach middle school and high school English students how to properly embed and cite quotations in their writing. This lesson is ideal for research, literary analysis, and informative writing. Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Teaching English, Essay Writing, Writing Strategies, Writing Workshop, Teaching Ideas, Kindergarten Writing, Writing Process

Embedding Quotes: A Common Core Lesson About Writing with Quotations

Teach middle school and high school English students how to properly embed and cite quotations in their writing. This lesson is ideal for research, literary analysis, and informative writing. Secondary ELA writing.

This would be great to do as a way to introduce evidence, warrant, and claim. Great activity to get students to dig into the text to "show me the evidence." Reflection and evidence practice using student examples 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Writing, Teaching Ideas, Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Reading Resources, Reading Activities

Digging in to Find Evidence

Great activity to get students to dig into the text to "show me the evidence."