Building Knowledge through Evidence – You will need a work of nonfiction that is informational to work along side with this sheet.
Reasons and Evidence – Highlight the main points the author makes and see if you can understand where she is going with it.
Plants and Animals – What are the differences between the two?
Supporting Points – This is more of an organizer for your thoughts.
True or False? – Are these myths or facts?
Understanding Reasons and Evidence – Another graphic organizer of sorts.
Did Men Really Land on the Moon? – John thinks the U.S. Moon landing was a hoax.
George Frederick Handel – Read the article. Fill in the chart.
Supporting Points 2 – Read about a famous person or a historical event. Write a diary entry from the point of view of the famous person, or of someone who witnessed the historical event.
Understanding Reasons and Evidence – Choose an informational text. Complete the chart below to help you better understand the topic.
Where Does Food Come From? – Plants are food-producers. Think about what you had for breakfast this morning. Oatmeal is made from oats, which is a plant.
The Cheetah – The cheetah's body is built for speed. It has long, slim, muscular legs that can cover a lot of ground with each stride.
Reasons and Evidence – What evidence does the narrator offer that the meadow was "pleasant?"
Tough Times – What evidence does the author offer to demonstrate that the girls are, in fact, poor?
Drawing Conclusions From Evidence – Choose a story that you have read recently. Complete the chart below to describe one of the characters in the story.