Making Inferences and Expressing Evidence ROCKSTARS!

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My students have been working really hard to answer questions using their higher level thinking skills and identifying and expressing evidence.

I have been using Webb's depth of knowledge questions A LOT!  I decided to create a fun card game to work on this skill in a fun and interactive way!

Two areas where all students need additional help and practice in both ELA and in speech are making inferences and expressing evidence. I've made a product that targets both of these skills in meaningful and engaging ways, so click through to read more about it here!
What is included?
-Visual aids for making inferences and expressing evidence provided.

Two areas where all students need additional help and practice in both ELA and in speech are making inferences and expressing evidence. I've made a product that targets both of these skills in meaningful and engaging ways, so click through to read more about it here!
-Riddle for students to solve.

Two areas where all students need additional help and practice in both ELA and in speech are making inferences and expressing evidence. I've made a product that targets both of these skills in meaningful and engaging ways, so click through to read more about it here!
-Students can take turns picking a task card, reading/listening to the passage, and answering the higher level thinking question provided.

Two areas where all students need additional help and practice in both ELA and in speech are making inferences and expressing evidence. I've made a product that targets both of these skills in meaningful and engaging ways, so click through to read more about it here!
-Once all of the cards have been used, students can rearrange the letters on the cards to answer the riddle.
-Review worksheet provided.

Two areas where all students need additional help and practice in both ELA and in speech are making inferences and expressing evidence. I've made a product that targets both of these skills in meaningful and engaging ways, so click through to read more about it here!

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Do you want to check out another post about text evidence? Check out this one!