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Debbie Dodd's Inquiry
Transcript of Debbie Dodd's Inquiry
Finding Text-based Evidence
Challenges and Obstacles
Where did focal student understanding fall short?
How could I scaffold learning to move student forward?
Integrating claims/evidence into more learning activities
Students will cite textual evidence
Students will categorize evidence as true or false
Students will make evaluative statement based on evidence
Students will be able to read a text and locate evidence to support a given claim, refute a given claim, and make a judgment whether the claim is true or false.
How can I help my students support claims with evidence from the text?
What I Learned
I can't rely on written work
I need to break down my indicators
I need to scaffold my lessons more
Pre-teaching vocabulary is necessary
Physical sort of evidence
Interview students as they do it
With proper scaffolding and mini-lessons, by using specific indicators, young primary students can find evidence in a text!
Let me know if you would like an electronic copy of my template or any scaffolding activities!