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I Can Locate and Classify Information About a Topic
6th - 10th CCSS: Designed
After reading a text, ask your pupils to recall and organize what they've just learned into a blank three-column chart. Class members write the topic and fill in the columns with information. The sheet also prompts students to write a...
Reading Informational Text: 8th Grade ELA Common Core
Develop informational reading skills that your students can bring to every academic textbook, newspaper article, or political speech they encounter. With lesson plans, projects, and reading passages, a collection featuring resources that address every Common Core standard for eighth grade informational reading supports any reading curriculum. The 8th grade standards are addressed in the notes of each listed resource.
Reading Informational Text: 9-10th Grade ELA Common Core
9th - 10th
Readers of informational text must be able to determine the central idea of a text and and analyze how writers develop these ideas. The resources in this collection are designed to help readers develop these skills. Take a look at the attached notes for each resource to find the aligned Common Core Standards for 9th and 10th grade reading information text.
Reading Informational Text: 6th Grade ELA Common Core
Obtain the tools you need to teach informational text with a collection that addresses each standard found in the Common Core English Language Arts State Standards. The collection includes units, lesson plans, worksheets, printables, and videos, all of which support the instruction of how to read and analyze informational text. View the note section of each resource to see which standards are addressed.
Reading Informational Text: 7th Grade ELA Common Core
The majority of text that seventh graders encounter is informative, whether they are viewing television commercials, reading science textbooks, or perusing an article about current events. Equip your class with the skills necessary to analyze informational text structure, evaluate claims and authors' perspectives, and develop an eye for detailed reading.
Answer the BIG Question with Cited Examples and Evidence
6th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Close up your unit of study with an examination of one of the guiding or essential questions as it relates to what your class has studied and other research. Class members first write down the question. Then they note down information...
Understanding the Holocaust and Genocide Through Informational Text
8th CCSS: Designed
Rwanda, Darfur, Armenia, Germany. Genocide is focus of an exercise that asks groups to read, discuss, and analyze three accounts of genocide. Next, the whole class contributes to a Venn diagram that compares evidence found in the...
Cite Research Sources Used in an Informational Text
4 mins 5th - 7th CCSS: Designed
Cite your sources! This resource conveys to young writers the importance of citing sources that they used to write an informational piece. While it only offers an abbreviated method of the process, you can follow up in greater detail...
Gather Evidence and Cite Sources
5 mins 7th - 9th CCSS: Designed
Could your middle schoolers use some help with finding evidence and citing their sources? Use a short, informative video in your argument essay unit. Young writers learn that a variety of sources is important when crafting an argument....
Identifying an Author’s Purpose - Part 2
2nd - 4th CCSS: Designed
The ability of young readers to cite textual evidence when discussing a piece of writing is essential to the development of their reading comprehension skills. The second lesson in this series allows learners to practice this technique...
Credible Sources on the Internet: What to Trust, What to Dismiss and When to Cite a Source
6th - 12th
Wait, you mean researchers don't all use Wikipedia? Teach your class about intelligent research with a instructional activity about evaluating digital sources. The instructional activity starts with a quickwrite and includes vocabulary...