FOA. FOA SIT AT YOUR ORIGINAL NUMBER Correct these. 1. Here are the fifty-dollar bill that I promised for pet sitting Bo-Bo, my Jack Russell terrier, this weekend. 2. Neither of my two older brothers invests money wisely. EVIDENCE BASED WRITING.
SIT AT YOUR ORIGINAL NUMBER
1. Here are the fifty-dollar bill that I promised for pet sitting Bo-Bo, my Jack Russell terrier, this weekend.
2. Neither of my two older brothers invests money wisely.
LEARN HOW TO WRITE A DETAILED RESPONSE TO A CONSTRUCTIVE RESPONSE
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WELCOME!! This powerpoint is based on lessons that will help students develop strategies and practice writing a well developed evidence based response to specific guided comprehension question.
Students will be able to work through reading selections and use specific graphic organizers to write an evidence based response to a specific comprehension question.
Common Core State Standards
Reading Standards for Literature RL.8.1 Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text
Reading Standards for Informational Text RI.8.8 Explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in a text, identifying which reasons and evidence support which point(s)
Writing Standards W.8.8. Recall relevant information from experiences or gather relevant information from print and digital sources; summarize or paraphrase information in notes and finished work, and provide a list of resources.
Students Will Be Able To (SWBAT):
Remember our Acronyms for writing a BCR (Brief Constructed Response):
RACE and SLAMS
R Restate the Question.
A Answer the Question.
C Cite evidence from the text, graphs, data, or pictures.
E Extend your thinking. Make a connection to self, another text or the world.
S Sentence: Write your answer in complete sentences.
L Lines: The number of lines on answer sheet gives you an idea of how long your answer should be.
A Answer: Answer the question the test asks. Answer all parts of the question.
M Mechanics: Mechanics are punctuation, capitalization, spelling, grammar and usage.
S Support: Remember to support your answer with details from the selection.
QAR is a strategy that helps students understand types of questions. Understanding the type of question being asked will allow you to be able to decide and develop a strategy to answer the question.
Four Types of Questions examined using the QAR strategy:
For information and examples check this link..
CLICK ON THE VIDEO LINK BELOW TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE QAR STATEGY!!
**Note Mac Computer Users: The video link may not open correctly, if it does not open here is the link to the video from You Tube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0o2jUFRpXc&feature=player_embedded
Graphic organizer are great useful tools that help you organize and visualize your thoughts about a specific topic.
Examples we have used in class…
*KWL Charts *Story Maps
*Concept Maps *Timeline Charts
*Word Web *Organizational Chart
*Evidence Chart *Cause/Effect Chart
AND MANY MORE…Can you think of any more types of graphic organizers we have used in class that allow you to organize and direct your thinking about a specific passage, topic, or content??
GIVE IT A TRY…I KNOW YOU CAN DO IT!!
You will read the passage about Michelle Kwan thinking about the claim and how it is supported with evidence in the passage. You will choose one of the graphic organizers to devise and organize your writing plan to support the claim and answer the guided comprehension question.
Claim: How did practice and perseverance help Michelle Kwan achieve her goals? Support your answer by using evidence from the text.
Links for passage and graphic organizers…