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00:09 Hello , readers . It's Miss Bushman . Today we're
00:12 going to work on a nonfiction reading strategy . When
00:16 reading nonfiction , the author always gives reasons or support
00:21 to a topic . Watch today as we find what
00:25 the author gives as reasons or support . Mhm .
00:29 If I had a topic that I was writing about
00:31 , I would use evidence or support to tell more
00:34 . My evidence or support would back up my idea
00:37 . For example , if I get the topic ,
00:40 winter is a great season . I would need support
00:42 to tell why winter is a great season . Can
00:45 you come up with any reasons ? Let's look at
00:48 the support that I came up with . I think
00:53 winter is great because there are many winter holidays .
00:56 It also snows allowed in winter , and some awesome
01:00 sports are played on Lee in the wintertime , thes
01:03 pieces of support or evidence make my claim or idea
01:07 more believable . Let's see how this looks when reading
01:12 nonfiction . I'm going to use the book whales and
01:15 dolphins to help me try this reading strategy . I
01:20 see that these pages air all about how whales and
01:22 dolphins are mammals , not fish . I can see
01:25 that because of the heading When looking at this page
01:28 , I can observe that the author gives reasons or
01:30 support as to why they are mammals . Let's dig
01:33 deeper to find reasons why they are mammals First ,
01:40 it says that some water animals are mammals just like
01:44 us . They have lungs , not gills , and
01:47 must come to the surface to breathe air . This
01:50 gives me several reasons why these animals are mammals .
01:53 I know that mammals breathe air and they are warm
01:56 blooded . Let's look at the next page to find
02:01 even more support here . It says that sea lions
02:05 need their mother's milk . This is another piece of
02:09 support as to why animals that live in the ocean
02:12 are mammals . Last but not least , it also
02:18 says that whales , dolphins and seals live in icy
02:22 places under the skin . A thick , oily fat
02:26 called blubber protects them from the cold . Fat is
02:30 another characteristic of a mammal , and it explains further
02:34 why these animals are mammals . As you can see
02:40 , the author gave many pieces of evidence or support
02:43 to tell about ocean mammals . I can take all
02:46 those pieces of information and add them to my graphic
02:48 organizer . This is showing you how an author used
02:52 a support to tell about a particular topic . Take
02:55 a moment to read through the support in this graphic
02:58 organizer . We're now going to practice finding support from
03:20 this page . In our nonfiction book , I can
03:22 see that the hunting is communication . This means that
03:25 this section will be about how ocean mammals communicate .
03:31 Let's zoom in closer to find text clues about communication
03:35 . Read the paragraph that is highlighted in yellow to
03:38 see if you confined text clues about how or why
03:41 ocean animals communicate . Did you read something about whale
03:53 communication ? I read that pods of whales talk to
03:57 each other by clicking and whistling . I added this
04:00 to our graphic organizer to show our support about animal
04:04 communications in the ocean . Let's do the same thing
04:09 for the section titled I'm Here . Read this paragraph
04:13 to find another piece of text evidence or support readers
04:31 . Were you able to find information about how ocean
04:33 mammals use their flippers ? I saw that animals with
04:37 flippers slap it against the water to get others attention
04:41 . This is telling me more about how ocean mammals
04:44 communicate . Let's find one last text clue . Read
04:50 this section titled Bubble soup readers . I'm sure that
05:08 you just read about one way that humpback whales communicate
05:12 male humpback whales make bubbles and sing to find a
05:15 mate . I added this as our last piece of
05:18 support for how ocean mammals communicate readers . You did
05:23 such a nice job finding text support . Take a
05:27 moment to re read our topic and our three pieces
05:31 of support readers . I hope you now understand that
05:49 when reading nonfiction the author will give evidence or support
05:53 to particular topics . As you read nonfiction pay attention
05:57 to how the author gives evidence .
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eSpark Learning: Using Textual Evidence Instructional Video (4.RI.8)

OVERVIEW:

ESpark Learning: Using Textual Evidence Instructional Video (4.RI.8) is a free educational video by eSparkLearningVideos.It helps students in grades 4 practice the following standards RI.4.2,RI.4.8,.

This page not only allows students and teachers view ESpark Learning: Using Textual Evidence Instructional Video (4.RI.8) but also find engaging Sample Questions, Apps, Pins, Worksheets, Books related to the following topics.

1. RI.4.2 : Determine the main idea of a text and explain how it is supported by key details; summarize the text..

2. RI.4.8 : Explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in a text..


GRADES:

4


STANDARDS:

RI.4.2
RI.4.8

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