Discussions give students an authentic reason to find and explain evidence. But if you’ve ever encountered silence after asking a student to find or explain evidence for an answer, you know the challenge of teaching students to use textual evidence… Read More . . .
If you’re familiar with Great Books and Shared Inquiry™ you know all about the importance of text dependent questions. Ryan McCarthy, a coach with Achievement Network, wrote an informative article for the Teacher Channel about their importance and the need… Read More . . .
Well-placed anchor charts are a reference for students and a tool that promotes great discussions. These 8 anchor charts will reinforce your students’ skills when it comes to finding and using textual evidence.… Read More . . .