TEXT DEPENDENT QUESTION STEMS! CLOSE READING, LITERATURE CIRCLES AND MORE! CCSS! - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Text Dependent Question Stems

TEXT DEPENDENT QUESTION STEMS! CLOSE READING, LITERATURE CIRCLES AND MORE! CCSS! - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Creating Text-Dependent Questions

Teaching Close Reading: Building Your Bank of Text Dependent Questions (TDQs

Text Dependent Questions with Annotations

Text Dependent Questions with Annotations

Text Dependent Questions with Annotations, an education post from the blog Ideas By Jivey: For the Classroom, written by Ideas By Jivey on Bloglovin’

RACE Writing Response Strategy for Common Core Text Dependent Questions from A Touch of Class Teaching on TeachersNotebook.com (10 pages)

RACE Writing Response Strategy for Common Core Text Dependent Questions from A Touch of Class Teaching on TeachersNotebook.com (10 pages)

Defining “Deep Reading” and “Text-Dependent Questions” (Turn On Your Brain)  What the common core asks us to do is to stop doing all of the work of reading for our students, to stop stealing the fun of reading and put it back in their hands.  We want them to explore, uncover the mysteries, inquire, and pick away at the text to figure it out.

Defining “Deep Reading” and “Text-Dependent Questions”

Defining “Deep Reading” and “Text-Dependent Questions” (Turn On Your Brain) What the common core asks us to do is to stop doing all of the work of reading for our students, to stop stealing the fun of reading and put it back in their hands. We want them to explore, uncover the mysteries, inquire, and pick away at the text to figure it out.

Close reading is a challenging technique to implement in the classroom, as it requires a delicate balance. I've tried to make close reading instruction easier with the help of these two no-prep close reading resources. They're ready for you to use right away, and they come with text dependent questions. Get all of the details about what these resources include and how you can implement them in your classroom in this post!

No-Prep Close Reading

Close reading is a challenging technique to implement in the classroom, as it requires a delicate balance. I've tried to make close reading instruction easier with the help of these two no-prep close reading resources. They're ready for you to use right away, and they come with text dependent questions. Get all of the details about what these resources include and how you can implement them in your classroom in this post!

Basal Alignment Project- Offers lessons, tasks, text dependent questions, scaffolded writing based on nationally used common textbooks.  Enhances use of current textbooks through additional materials aligned to CCSS.

Basal Alignment Project- Offers lessons, tasks, text dependent questions, scaffolded writing based on nationally used common textbooks. Enhances use of current textbooks through additional materials aligned to CCSS.

Here is a helpful sign and printable for helping students use phrases when providing evidence from a text.    Sign can be printed and used as an anchor chart, used as a handout, and/or glued in a writing notebook.  **Checkout my other writing resources on my TPT page!**

Here is a helpful sign and printable for helping students use phrases when providing evidence from a text. Sign can be printed and used as an anchor chart, used as a handout, and/or glued in a writing notebook. **Checkout my other writing resources on my TPT page!**

Pinterest
Search