Thursday, April 5, 2018

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Evidence Based Terminology”

by Darlene Anne
4th - 10th Grade

These Evidence Based Terminology guides include the formal language students must use when citing text evidence, as well as references from fiction and nonfiction. 

If your students struggle to use the proper transition words and phrases necessary to present evidence, these posters and handouts should help.

They started out as anchor charts in my classroom, but when I found the kids continually using them as reference guides, I created the (more specific) posters and handouts. I blew the full page posters up to display, and we glued the smaller versions into our interactive notebooks. I've given you both, so you can do the same if you’d like. 

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These are part of a bigger writing unit:
Text Evidence Expository Essay Writing

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