E is for Evidence

Well hey there!  I'm back today with a little reading freebie for you.  I like recording sheets that are workhorses: one sheet, many uses.  I hope this recording sheet can be a workhorse in your classroom.

I am like a broken record when teaching reading.  My kids have always know they have to prove it with text evidence.  I like this recording sheet because it has a concrete connection for them.

{Don't worry.  The giant I Teach. What's Your Super Power? bar is not on the download.  That is for Internet purposes only.  Every since a hair tutorial blog hijacked one of my pictures for Pinterest traffic, I've been a little paranoid.}

This sheet would be great for character traits, making predictions, main idea, planning expository essays, theme, and whatever else you can think of.  Click here or on the picture to download.

How do you teach your kids to prove it?


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5 comments

  1. Hello! Stopping by to let you know that I have nominated you for the Sunshine Blogger award.

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    Missy:)
    http://www.theadventuresofaclassyteacher.blogspot.com

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  2. Love the evidence form. I have been working on this all year with various graphic organizers. I think the kids will love the new approach.

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  3. That is an AWESOME evidence graphic organizer! We usually just use the RATT(Restate, Answer, Text Based Detail, Text Based Detail) strategy when respond to questions in writing, but your method is a lot cuter!
    -Meg
    http://talesandteacherisms.blogspot.com

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  4. Love it! Great worksheet to use with my little ones. Thanks for sharing. =)

    Just Wild About Teaching

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