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Finding Text Evidence - Free Educational videos for Students in k-12

Finding Text Evidence - By Axelson Academy

00:01 finding text evidence from the Axelsson Academy reading Informational text
00:06 standard eight with prompting and support . Identify the reasons
00:10 and author gives to support points in a text .
00:14 There are two items to note as we address standard
00:17 eight at the kindergarten level . First , students do
00:20 not need to master this standard independently . Kindergartners will
00:25 need plenty of support as you guide them through determining
00:28 what point the author is making in the text and
00:31 then locating the supporting reasons the author gifts . You
00:35 should be certain that you choose texts that are set
00:38 up , so the reasons air structured in a very
00:41 recognizable manner . I love guinea pigs by Dick King
00:46 Smith is a great choice to model . How to
00:50 find text evidence . In this text , the author
00:53 makes about six assertions regarding guinea pigs , including that
00:57 guinea pigs air cute , sensible and hardy . Each
01:01 point is clearly stated and then followed by multiple reasons
01:05 why the author believes this . Structurally , the text
01:09 is set up , so a point is made and
01:12 is followed by support about every two pages . I
01:15 would begin by doing a cold Orel reading of the
01:18 text without discussing background knowledge or the way we will
01:22 be using it to find text evidence in the class
01:25 . Then , because of the structure provided in the
01:28 text , I would use this book over the course
01:31 of a week , reading a couple of pages again
01:34 and pulling out text evidence each day . A dense
01:38 picture book like this one meets the text complexity requirements
01:42 and deserves more than a cursory reading for our purposes
01:48 . I have separated out the main points of the
01:50 text and the supporting details given by the author .
01:54 Guinea pigs are cute . They are chunky and chubby
01:57 , cuddly , come in different colors and can be
02:00 long haired or short haired . When actually doing this
02:05 with the class , I would include pictures as support
02:08 for the beginning readers . Often I just sketch a
02:11 supporting illustration for a keyword to put beside the reason
02:15 . As a reminder to the student , some teachers
02:18 give a student a post it note and ask the
02:20 student to illustrate the evidence and add it to the
02:24 classes . Information . Other key points for which the
02:29 author provides text evidence include that guinea pigs are sensible
02:32 . They're not fussy . They like nice warm temperatures
02:36 and a dry place to live guinea pigs are hardy
02:40 . They don't usually get sick and can live for
02:43 ah , fairly long time for small animals 5 to
02:46 8 years and guinea pigs have cute babies . They
02:50 are born with fur and teeth and have their eyes
02:53 open right away . They look like miniature guinea pigs
02:56 with very big feet . Here I've added the picture
02:59 cues I might include for kindergarten students purposefully finding text
03:06 evidence throughout the kindergarten year will build a foundation for
03:10 a persuasive and argumentative writing . Students will develop an
03:14 understanding of well structured writing as they look for this
03:18 text evidence . This has been finding text evidence from
03:23 the Axelsson Academy .


identify the main points an author makes and the support/reasons the author gives for the main points. Common Core Standard RI.K.8 is addressed.


Finding Text Evidence is a free educational video by Axelson Academy .It helps students in grades 2 practice the following standards RI.2.8.

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1. RI.2.8 : Describe how reasons support specific points the author makes in a text..





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